The average price of the rooms will be around 230 euros, although the 2013 average was 110 euros | The suites and limousines also hang the poster full.
Barcelona hotels hang another year full poster thanks to Mobile World Congress (MWC) to be held from 24 to 27 February at the Gran Via exhibition center, in the neighboring L’Hospitalet de Llobregat and shoot the room rates available for these dates.
He, the world’s largest industry, the event will bring some 75,000 Barcelona Congress, about 3,000 more than in 2013, and left in the city and metropolitan area of over 350 million euros. Therefore, from the Hotel Association of Barcelona not hesitate to say that the MWC is “the most important customer it has the city”. .
The organization of the event, the GSMA association has contracted in advance a total of 25,000 hotel rooms to meet the demand of the audience, although it is considered certain that the remaining 11,000 seats left in the city also reserved.
“Barcelona will reach full employment ,” he predicted Wednesday the president of the Guild, Jordi Clos, has also highlighted the ” overwhelming level” of participants at the conference. It is estimated that the average price of the rooms hired by the organization is placed in 230 euros , which shows how increasing hotel rates in Barcelona during this congress. In 2013 , the average price of a room was at 109.57 euros, almost like last year .
To account for the magnitude of the event, Jordi Clos commented that during the days of the congress Barcelona- El Prat has problems to accommodate the multitude of private planes requesting to land and much of the fleet Limousine in Spain Barcelona focuses on the high demand for luxury vehicles for rent. ” And the suites are never sold are also sold for the MWC as such ,” added Clos .
This year, the founders of Facebook and WhatsApp, Mark Zuckerberg and Jan Koum, respectively, will be the guest star of the MWC, which was also attended by executives from leading manufacturers, mobile operators and IT companies in the world, as the president of IBM, Virginia Rometty, CEO or AT & T, Randall Stephenson.
In total, over 200 countries will be represented in Congress, led by the United States, China, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and South Korea