Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento, official hotel Premios Ondas 2017

Published
27/12/2017

The Ondas awards are the original and most important TV and radio recognitions in Spain, awarding every year professionals, companies, and the best national and international work in both media and radio advertising. For six decades now, these awards have been a referent in the industry and a mirror image of the talent in the audiovisual world.

This year, for the first time after 63 editions, these awards organized by PRISA, where held in the city of Seville on December 12th 2017. An announcement that surprised everyone just a month before the gala celebration. In this change of scenery, winners, artists, and other guests stayed at Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento, official hotel during the awards.

To accommodate all guests, we arranged our Atrio I for its exclusive design and facilities: An alluring central patio with natural light, direct access to the gardens and to the Cartuja hall, 7 suites, private hospitality, and its proximity to Millennium Bar, the buffet area which offered a sushi catering with live cooking. Of course, the hotel also provided a photocall and a journalist team to ask our guests about their first impressions and take some quality shots.

Besides, our hotel venue hosted the live broadcasting of the Premios Ondas special at primetime radio program ‘La Ventana’, by Carles Francino. Cadena SER, Spain’s premier radio network interviewed all the winners delighting all the radio listener and the audience present there.

A memorable chance to offer all these special guests our hospitality, and our best services to make them feel truly at home.

Our appointment as official hotel during the awards confirms our excellent positioning and our support to the cultural sphere. In this sense, and being know by many as the ‘Sevillian Guggenheim’ due to our cutting-edge architectural design crowning the Isla de la Cartuja. Our venue was previously honored with the hosting of the 22nd edition of the Premios Forqué, with guests such as Paz Vega, José Coronado, Eduardo Noriega, Verónica Forqué, or María León, among many other personalities.