Grupo Barceló

The Barceló Group, founded in 1931 by Simón Barceló in the island of Mallorca (Spain), is a vertically integrated tourism group that is made up of the Barceló Hotel Group, which has more than 245 hotels and more than 54,000 rooms in 22 countries; and by the travel division Ávoris, which has more than 700 travel agencies on 4 continents, several tour operators and receptive operators, and even an airline. At the close of 2017 the group, which employs almost 29,000 staff, registered a turnover of 4.313,4 million euros and an EBITDA of 495.6 million euros.

Since 1989 the company has been channelling its social work through the Barceló Foundation, which collaborates in health, education, economic development and culture projects in underdeveloped countries.

The board members are Simón Pedro Barceló, Co-Chairman, and Vicente Fenollar, Financial Economic General Manager.