Meliá Barcelona Sky reopens restaurant after renovation

Meliá Barcelona Sky in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, announced the reopening of Michelin Star restaurant recipient, Dos Cielos, following a substantial renovation of the space on the 24th floor. Surrounded by views of the Mediterranean, mountains and city, the fine dining restaurant continues to be run by brothers Javier and Sergio Torres.

The Torres brothers are renowned for their Spanish gastronomy and technique based on utilizing the most out of seasonal products with the least preparation possible. To pair with its exquisite dishes, the restaurant also features a wine cellar filled with a wide selection from both small producers and large wineries around the world.

Dos Cielos offers culinary experiences based on à la carte dishes and two set menus: one for lunchtime and another, longer one for the evening, all featuring seasonal ingredients created by the restaurant’s chef, Daniel Molero.

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The venue will boast an adjoining terrace, 24 Cielos Sky Lounge, for guests to experience some of the Torres brother's less formal creations in a relaxed atmosphere with stunning views of the Barcelona skyline.

On top of the transformed restaurant concept, Meliá Barcelona Sky’s exclusive service, The Level, has completed a 99-guestroom renovation. Additional new services include a pillow menu, aroma menu, open bar offering, Loewe brand amenities, breakfast in the 24 Cielos Sky Lounge, and more.

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