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B-Hotel’s close proximity to the sports arenas of Montjuïc and its Olympic Park makes it the ideal place to stay when you plan on participating in or attending any sporting event hosted atop the mountain. Barcelona means sports!

Palau Sant Jordi (Pg. Olímpic, 5-7)
The 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona took place in the heart of the Olympic Park built atop Montjuïc. This new sporting facility, an athletic palace, was designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, and is currently Barcelona’s second-largest covered structure.
The arena’s layout is designed to host events that draw up to 17.000 seated spectators.

Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium (Av. de l'Estadi s/n)
The Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium was specially constructed for the 1929 International Exposition. It was later remodeled in advance of the 1992 Olympic Games. With capacity for 54,000 spectators, the stadium has recently received a five-star rating from the Union of European Football Associates (UEFA).

Bernat Picornell Pools (Av. de l’Estadi 30-38)
Located in the Olympic Park on Montjuïc, these swimming pools are a tribute to Bernat Picornell i Richier, the great Catalan swimmer and founder of the Royal Spanish Swimming Federation.
The Picornell pools include three discrete swimming venues: an outdoor pool and indoor pool, both measuring 50m, as well as a diving pool. Currently, the pools are available for public use, in addition to a large gym facility and sauna.

La Foixarda Rugby Field (Camí de la Foixarda, 1)
Located on Montjuïc, the field was inaugurated on December 25, 1921, to host a game between FC Barcelona and AC Sparta Prague. It is currently used as a rugby field, and features seating capacity of 800.

Pompeii Royal Tennis Society (Camí de la Foixarda, 2)
This tennis club, founded in the early 20th century (1908), is located in a natural enclave atop Montjuïc and enjoys a privileged view over the city. It’s the perfect place to practice tennis or participate in social events.

Joan Serrahima Municipal Stadium (c/ Polvorí, 5)
Inaugurated in 1969 and remodeled in 1983, this stadium is dedicated to accomplished Catalan athlete Joan Serrahima. It currently serves as the headquarters of the Municipal School of Athletics.

Pau Negre - Parc Migdia Municipal Sports Complex (Pg. Olímpic, 4)
A sporting complex featuring an outdoor athletic track.

La Bascula Municipal Sports Complex (c/ del Foc, 112)
This sports complex is complete with covered courts for indoor practicing soccer, handball, basketball, and volleyball. The outdoor facilities feature Astroturf for games of 11-a-side and 7-a-side soccer.

Carlos Pérez de Rozas Municipal Baseball Stadium (c/ Pierre de Coubertin, 9)
This baseball stadium located on Montjuïc was built in memory of Carlos Pérez de Rozas y Sáenz de Tejada.

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