Catalonia Hotels & Resorts is a family-run hotel chain founded by the Vallet brothers. After some start-up focused on the real estate sector, the company inaugurated its first establishment in 1983, becoming one of the main hotel chains of our country in a few years.
To improve the efficiency of the internal processes and to carry out a reduction of operating costs. We believe that there are technologies that can help us to achieve this challenge and we are aware that there are start ups that have developed this type of technology. One of the challenges detected and priority is the improvement of the management of rooms with a Mobile technology or yacht.
Currently the company has 68 establishments located in 21 different destinations: 56 hotels in Spain, two in Brussels, one in Berlin, 8 resorts in the Caribbean area (4 in the Dominican Republic and 4 in Mexico) and an urban hotel in the city of Santo Domingo.
At the moment, we are a reference chain in Barcelona, having more than 3,000 rooms.
Catalonia Hotels & Resorts is one of the leading chains in Barcelona with 26 establishments and more than 6,000 hotel squares. Important rehabilitation projects have been carried out in Barcelona, making emblematic buildings with historical value in charming hotels. The most outstanding examples are the Catalonia Eixample 1864, a centenary building that formed part of the first set of houses in Barcelona and is currently listed as a historical monument; Catalonia Plaça Catalunya, a modernist construction of the late nineteenth century or the Catalonia Portal de L’Àngel, a neoclassical palace built in 1872 and included in the catalogue of artistic patrimony of Barcelona
Hotels in the Caribbean:
Catalonia Hotels & Resorts has more than 6,000 hotel squares in the Caribbean area. The 8 holiday resorts scattered between Mexico and the Dominican Republic are designed to make your travels amazing experiences, with all the luxury of comforts in a Caribbean setting. In addition, we have an urban hotel in the same malecon of Santo Domingo.