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Guide Price Per Room Per Night Around $ 0 Per Room Per Night () Prices are as a guide only, assuming 2 people in the room. Prices will be vary depending on the season and the occupancy of room.

The Serras Overview

History and art come together majestically at The Serras, located in Barcelona's celebrated Gothic quarter. Here, warm breezes blow off the Mediterranean into spacious rooms with balconies that offer a front row seat to this trendy Barcelona neighbourhood. This elegant, 5-star boutique hotel overlooking the new luxury Port Vell and the Mediterranean Sea offers a unique hideaway with modern, understated decor. It boasts a cool, trendy atmosphere, world-class amenities and dedicated personal service for a truly memorable hotel experience, all within the walls of Pablo Picasso’s first studio in the vibrant Barrio Gótico.

Accommodation

The 28 guest rooms and suites boast a modern, urban design. Each room has been carefully soundproofed and decorated to offer a genuine hideaway overlooking the Mediterranean Sea or the inspiring Merce Street in the Gothic Quarter. The rooms come with the latest state-of-the-art technology, including a complimentary mobile phone with unlimited international phone calls (9 countries) and unlimited mobile data to walk around the city, smart HD TV and wireless sound system.

Dining

At The Serras Hotel, a complete dining experience is offered for guests as well as discerning locals. All are welcome toenjoy the superlative cuisine prepared by Michelin-starred chef Marc Gascons, whether in the informal restaurant with inviting terrace, on the rooftop with breathtaking views of the city or in the lounge bar, Le Nine. On most Friday and Saturday nights a resident DJ provides a weekend atmosphere for the restaurant and mezzanine bar.

The Serras is very much in tune with the sea – its linen fabrics, neutral colours, and use of ancient materials like iron and wood, connect it to this former fishing neighbourhood – but it also celebrates its Mediterranean roots down to the very foundations.