History, art, and pure sensual delights come together majestically at The Serras on Barcelona’s celebrated Gothic quarter. Here, breezes blow off the Mediterranean into large rooms with balconies that offer a front row seat to this trendy Barcelona neighborhood.
This elegant 5-star GL boutique hotel overlooking the new luxury Port Vell alongside the Mediterranean Sea, offers a unique hideaway with a modern understated decor. Ideal for your week-end breaks, business trips and luxury holidays in the heart of Barcelona.
With only 30 rooms, It boasts a cool, trendy atmosphere, world class amenities and dedicated personal service for a truly memorable hotel experience in the first studio of Pablo Picasso on vibrant Barrio Gótico.
When you stay at The Serras Hotel Barcelona, you stay in a building dating from 1846 whose facade was designed by Francesc Daniel Molina, the architect who built Barcelona’s famous Plaça Reial. As if that weren’t enough, Pablo Picasso – one of the 20th century’s most renowned artists – had his first studio in our building in 1896 when he was only 15 and painted Cience and Charity, one of his most famous paint of the period.
3 minutes walk from EL Born
El Born is the old town of Barcelona, together with the Gothic Quarter. It has a village feel, full of shops, where you’ll also find the Picasso Museum, and pictures Santa Maria del Mar church and a colorful market
7 minutes walk from Las Ramblas
Barcelona’s most iconic boulevard, ideal for strolling day or night. It runs from the port north-west to Plaza Catalunya, Barcelona’s main square.
5 minutes drive from Passeig de Gracia
Barcelona´s major avenues and one of its most important shopping and business areas, architectural landmarks including La Pedrera and Casa Batllo.
5 minutes drive from La Barceloneta beach
Known for its sandy beach and the many restaurants and nightclubs that line its boardwalk.
8 minutes walk from the Cathedral
The magnificent Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia is a jewel of Gothic architecture, built from the 13th to the 15th century. A must-see when in Barcelona
Passeig de Colom, 9
+34 931 691 868