Serras Hotel

Dani Rovira / Courtesy Hotel the Serras
Gothic Quarter

Located on the edge of the Gothic Quarter, the Serras Hotel is housed in a historical mid-1800s building by Francesc Daniel Molina, the same architect of Barcelona’s famed Placa Reial, and Pablo Picasso had his first art studio there in 1896. Thanks to the work of interior designer Eva Martinez, the interiors feel more like a New York loft than a turn of the century mansion, incorporating industrial elements like iron lights and bookcases, hardwood floors and geometric-patterned tile work. The rooftop terrace overlooks the Barcelona waterfront and is a wonderful place to enjoy lunch or a light dinner. (Rooms, from $295)

Serras Hotel
Passeig de Colom 9Barcelona, Spain
34-9/3169-1868

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