Gothic Quarter Barcelona
A charming boutique hotel nestled on a side street in the magical Gothic quarter of Barcelona. This renovated 12th century palace has features through the ages throughout. The Neri is perfect for those seeking history in typically modern Barcelona.
At a Glance
The Hotel Neri is hidden away on a pedestrian side street of the Gothic Quarter
This tiny boutique hotel sports the prestigious Relais & Chateaux endorsement
The hotel's terrace backs on to the quaint Sant Felip Neri square
Recline in a lounger or hammock on the roof with a sangria in hand
An in room spa treatment offering as well as pillow menu make the Neri truly luxurious
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The Neri is the perfect example of marrying a hotel with an historical building while still maintaining the charm and integrity of the structure. Thus the feeling of being at the heart of the Gothic quarter is ever present and the story of the uncovering of a Roman site under the hotel, complete with Phoenician ceramics is a proud tale recounted by the staff.
This Relais & Chateau member boasts just 22 rooms and yet houses a gastronomic restaurant famed for its avant garde Spanish cuisine. The roof top terrace is not unusual in Barcelona's many hotels but the Neri's take on an urban garden is truly special. Loungers and hammocks are strewn amongst the foliage and you can expect complete quiet as the Neri is located in a pedestrianised part of the old town.
The design for the rooms and communal spaces is playful and bright with modern art and furniture (the velvet knotted sofa designed by the Campana brother is something to behold) while the historic library is more rustic, with guide books aplenty to feed the imagination for a day of exploring.
All in all, the Neri is a real gem, perfect for a romantic getaway or city break.
Spread over three floors, the Neri has 22 rooms and suites; the four room types of Standard, Deluxe, Junior Suite and Neri Suite are all beautifully decorated in neutral tones with natural stone bathrooms. All come with king or twin beds, free WiFi, Bluetooth speakers, selection of pillows and linens, minibar and eco-friendly toiletries by Korres.
Junior suites measure 39sqm and can accommodate up to 3 guests. Each comes equipped with king-size or twin beds as standard with the option to add an extra, a separate living area and additional facilities such as Nespresso coffee machines.
Classic rooms are tastefully decorated in neutral tones with wooden floors, delicate fabrics and natural stone bathrooms with rain showers. Each room measures 23sqm and sleeps up to two, with the option to connect with a deluxe room.
Deluxe Rooms measure 30sqm and come furnished with a king-size bed or twin beds. All overlook the charming gothic quarter.
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Deluxe rooms with terrace measure 41sqm and come fitted with either king size or twin beds. Each also has a Nespresso coffee machine and its own private terrace with outdoor seating.
The Neri Suite measures 48sqm and can accommodate up to three guests; a king size bed or twin beds come as standard with the option to add another. Guests can find additional luxurious amenities such as my BAR, a personalized selection of spirits and soft drinks, as well as Nespresso coffee machines. The Suite overlooks the gothic quarter streets below.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Hotel Neri. However, there are no specific facilities available for them. Babysitting can be arranged upon request.
A superb restaurant, in room beauty treatments and feng shui solarium all feature in this delightful hotel.
Hotel Neri is wonderfully located on the doorstep of Barcelona's historic Gothic quarter and is only a short stroll from the modern art galleries and infamous shopping. Barcelona is full of culture, history, art and architecture and the hotel will be able to advise you on the best places to go depending on your preferences.
Location & Directions
Gothic Quarter Barcelona
The Hotel Neri is ideally situated down a tiny pedestrianised side street in the Gothic Quarter, between the Plaza de la Catedral and the Plaza Sant Jaume and just 10-minutes from Plaza Cataluña and Paseo de Gracia.
When to go
Barcelona is a year-round destination. Many associate Barcelona with the summer sun, but August can be a poor choice – the city broils and swarms with tourists as the locals disappear to more salubrious climes. It is certainly better to come around mid-June or September. If beach time is not a priority, you can easily find sunny (if chilly) weather and fewer crowds in January and February. Rainfall is highest in autumn and winter. During September and into October the city often gets a wash down in cracking thunderstorms.
As Barcelona is downwind from the Pyrenees, cold snaps are always on the cards and the April–May period is particularly changeable. At its best May can be the most pleasant month of the year – clear and fresh.
September's Festes de la Mercè, a four-day festival celebrating Barcelona's co-patron saint, Nostra Senyora de la Mercè (Our Lady of Mercy) is a particularly good excuse to head to the city. This final burst of pre-winter madness features a swimming race across the harbor, a fun run, outstanding free concerts and a bewildering program of cultural events. Adding to the local color are all the ingredients of a major Catalan fiesta: castellers, sardanes (traditional Catalan folk dancing), parades of gegants and capgrossos (giants and big heads), and a huge correfoc (fire run). Events take place throughout much of the year, although there is more activity in the warmer months.