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Conference Venue

HOTEL COLON

Address: Av. Catedral 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain

Website: www.hotelcolon.es

Tel: +34 93 3011404

Contact email address: info@hotelcolon.es

HOTEL COLON was founded in 1951 by an Italian engineer and businessman, Antonio Lamaro. The enterprise was a result of a surprise when, on one occasion, he didn’t find room in his regular hotel. The present building dates back to 1951, though it has been constantly renovated since then, always conserving its original style. It surely won’t surprise you that, during its 90 plus years of history, the hotel has housed big names such as Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, Jean Paul Sartre, Sofía Loren, Jane Fonda, Francis Ford Coppola, Santiago Calatrava, and Arata Isozaki. However, their most distinguished guest, as they’ll proudly tell you, was Joan Miró. This global artist made the hotel his home, during the ’60s and the beginning of the ’70s.

Stepping out of the Hotel Colón means stepping out right into the centre of Barcelona’s history, its selection of monuments, its art, and its port life. You just can’t get a better location. To begin with, you’ll see the impressive silhouette of the Barcelona Cathedral, right in front of the hotel, which marks the entrance of the Gothic Quarter. Passing through the old Roman walls, you find yourself within this unique space, a network of charming streets and small squares, and an infinite number of medieval buildings. In one of those buildings, the Picasso Museum is housed. Taking a walk down the Ramblas, just a few steps from the hotel, will mean an unforgettable experience. Following this famous walkway towards the water, you’ll arrive at the Colón monument and the Port, with its multiple attractions (tour boats, cable-car, Maremagnum mall, Aquarium, and Moll de la Fusta, etc…). Five minutes from the hotel, following the busy shopping street of Portal de l’Àngel, you arrive at the Plaza de Catalunya, the nerve centre of the city. If you’re a shopaholic, from there you can walk up the Paseo de Gracia, where the best fashion labels in the world exhibit their tantalizing shop windows.





 

July 15, 2017

 

Prof. Chanchal K. Mitra from University of Hyderabad, India has joined ICCCB 2017 as Program Chair.

July 01, 2017

 

Prof. Rita Casadio from University of Bologna, Italy has joined ICCCB 2017 as Program Chair.

 
April 10, 2017

 

ICCCB 2017 conference website is announced and submission is open now.

 
Before September 30, 2017
On October 15, 2017
Before October 30, 2017

 

On December 8-10, 2017