Hotel Neri

, Barcelona, Spain
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Hotel Neri

, Barcelona
4 star

Rooms: 33

5 Carrer Sant Sever - Barcelona - 08002 - Spain | 933 040 655
194 Traveller

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Sensational and Unique

from A TripAdvisor Member
Spent nine nights in Suite 106 over Christmas/New Years holiday and commend the hotels designers and staff for creating a unique hotel experience - original design, amenities, facilities, comfort - no detail has been over looked. The best of everything without attitude or pomp and circumstance. Beautiful rooms, fabulous food, wonderful people, flawless housekeeping. Glamorous, yet unpretentious and fun - how often can you put those words in one sentence!

Great Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
I can not recommend this hotel enough. We stayed for four nights for our honeymoon and couldn't fault the service from the rose scented drinks we were served on arrival to the chocolates and weather forecast they discreetly leave on your pillow while you are out. The location is perfect, right behind the cathedral and 200m from Las Ramblas. The room was huge as was the bed with all the touches you'd expect from a hotel of this class. The only tip would be to give eating in the hotel a miss as there are many fabulous restaurants above the Placa Catalunya for a fraction of the price. Top tip on arrival is to order a glass of champagne on the solarium on the roof - very reasonable.

Perfect Honeymoon Hideaway

from A TripAdvisor Member
Hotel Neri is a perfect small, modern, and charming hotel. My wife and I spent our entire 9-day honeymoon in October 2004 at the Hotel Neri and loved every single day. The staff were amazingly helpful and would do anything you asked.

The location was perfect for walking all around the old city and quite close to two major Metro stops.
Taxis can pull right up to the door depending on the time of day and pedestrian traffic. I suggest you visit the hotel’s website and look at the videos depicting the approaches to the front door so you can help your driver find the hotel.

The TV and stereo system are great and I highly suggest you bring your favorite CDs. The speaker system in the bathroom is just one of the many details that the designers of this hotel put in place to make every aspect of the stay enjoyable. (The volume control is behind the stereo, not in the bathroom). Everything really is well planned out but may be different than you are accustomed to in United States (AV/Lighting Controls , procedures, etc.) We really enjoyed the design elements and the daily attention to detail (cleanliness as well as style) from the staff.

You must know that there is no pool (just go the beach) or valet service (you really don’t need a car) or other things people expect from “5 star” hotels but I rate this hotel as first class and would recommend Hotel Neri to anyone who asked. Just don’t tell too many people so that it maintains its hidden charm. Have a great trip.

Would not stay there again

from lbrown2304
We recently spent 2 nights at the Neri. It is a beautiful hotel; however, I must agree that it was incredibly noisy. We never could not hear street noises. This goes on until after 2:30 a.m. Our room was beautiful, ultra modern, but the lighting was very poor.

Really the main complaint is the noise level. As nice as the room and employees were, I would not stay there again or recommend it because of the noise.

Sylish, great value in the heart of the gothic quarter

from A TripAdvisor Member
We have just returned from a 2 night stay at the Neri which I booked solely on the basis of reviews on this website! I was not disappointed - the room was ready on our arrival, 2 hours before scheduled, we were given an upgrade and shown to the most beautifully designed room. The whole hotel has been recently renovated using fabulous materials and fabrics with a sense of 'no expense spared' whilst retaining old architectural features. The staff were delightful and the price very reasonable. We recently stayed at the Monaco Grand Canal in Venice and thought that could not be surpassed, but considering that this was a third of the price we were amazed by the Neri and would unreservedly recommend it.

Modern Trendy Hotel

from mswoojie
Hotel Neri reminded me of a trendy New York City hotel. It was the most comfortable hotel we stayed at during our 11 day honeymoon in Spain. The staff is very friendly, accomodating and attentive. The amenities in the room are impressive -- flat screen TV, BOSE stereo system. The little tocuhes make this hotel nice -- the roofdeck, the simple modern decor.

However, as other travellers have noted, taxis cannot get through the small street in front of the hotel so you have to walk a bit. We were a little apprehensive about the safety of the neighborhood at first but found it to be safe (reminded us of the West Village in NYC). Our biggest problem was the noise from the school outside the hotel. Starting at 8:30am and throughout the morning, children are lined up outside in the mini-square in back of the hotel. Then they have recess until early afternoon --I don't know when they are in class. The noise is just mind-numbing and forced us up every morning. It should be alright during the summers but early September, watch out.

Loved Neri Hotel

from CorkIreland
Just returned from 2 nights in Neri Hotel. Best hotel I ever stayed at. In fact, first time I ever loved a hotel room so much I made an effort to keep it tidy! Loved everything - small & quiet (only 20 rooms), really cool decor, mood lighting in bedroom & bathroom, plasma TV, CD player wide selection of CDs, choice of bed linen. Staff on reception very helpful and friendly. Breakfast is amazing - presentation, quantity and quality - well worth €15 charge. My husband had worried about location in that it is on a quiet pedestrian street but literally 2 minutes from busy square so no problems at all - in fact location was a big plus as near everything. Rooftop solarium lovely - spent an hour there both evenings and had it to ourselves both days.

Worth a stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I just spent part of our honeymoon at Hotel Neri. Firstly, I can't think of a better location for a hotel than this. It is right in the middle of the Gothis quarter which is where most everything is happening and you can walk to so many interesting restaurants, sites. The hotel is on a small, quiet, mostly pedestrian street which I never would have seen without finding the hotel online first. The street however is not a scary or dangerous one at night as it is connected to a much busier street and two large squares which have constant activity on them late into the night. The hotel is gorgeous, ultra sleek and ultra modern and quite something to see. We stayed in a junior suite and the room was absolutley huge, gorgeously decorated and had great A/C. The room was also very quiet. The room has lots of cool amenities which we really didn't use (2 large plasma screen tv's, cd player in main area and speaker in bathroom, heat lamp in bathroom, choice of bedding material options, seperate shower and tub in bathroom, very well stocked mini bar, etc). The bed was large and very comfy, the room was dusty but clean. Overall, style was placed before function in the hotel which may bother some (ie, very cool and soothing lighting in rooms but not great for reading in bed - or anyhwere in the room, cool rainfall shower head in shower but not that practical if you are showering but not wanting to wash your hair, very beautiful granite walls throughout bathroom but they give off a certain smell when wet that some will love and others will hate). Hotel breakfast was slightly expensive but very good and you can order a bunch of high quality items off a little menu (in addition to the fixed breakfast they serve you) without any additional charge. Our only complaint for this hotel was the staff whom we found unfriendly and often quite irritating. We had some of our clothes washed by the hotel service and when 2 of our clothed did not return, we politely inquired about them and were told repeatedly that we were wrong. To make a long story short, they finally recovered one item and after a few conversations with the staff, got them to take the price of the last missing item off the total price. We were also directed to a few spots in the Gothic quarter by the staff that we later discovered no longer existed. Overall, if you don't need to speak to the staff very much, this hotel is really great and you'll actually look forward to coming back to it after a long day of sightseeing and walking through Antoni Gaudi architectural works.

Nice boutique hotel, but..........

from A TripAdvisor Member
Just came back from Spain and stayed for two nights at the Neri on recommendations from this site. I reserved thru the internet and was not informed that taxis are not allowed to enter Sant Server St. My wife and I had to drag our luggage from the plaza which is about 50 meters from the hotel. Naturally, we were perspiring and angry when we got there.
The hotel is modernist in design and impressive. The room where we stayed was just right in size but had a huge king size bed. Plasma TV and CD player were nice details. My wife found the room to be dusty. I was impressed by the sound insulation though-never heard noise from either the inside or the outside of the hotel. The bathroom was well detailed but the shower glass did not close tightly resulting in flooding outside the shower area. The bose speaker in the bathroom had no volume adjustment and it was too loud.
Our overall impression was that it was a well done boutique hotel but that there are better options out there in barcelona for the same amount of money.

Perfect choice

from A TripAdvisor Member
Just returned from Barcelona and we stayed at the Neri Hotel. Previous visit stayed at the Claris, which is a fantastic hotel but at least double price and not as good location. The Neri Hotel is romantic, small and intimate, beautiful, modern but in old setting, top class and with a perfect location. Service is very good, although lack a concierge. Great roof top solarium, but no swimingpool which the Claris has (who cares - go to the beach instead!) Rooms are spacious, very comfortable and just lovely. Had a superior room (no 304) with a big terrace. Wonderful bathroom. Can choose from different type of bed clothes, which never encountered before (try linen!). CD player and flat screen TV (but who wants to watch TV when you are in Barcelona?). Breakfast is superb!! Ok, maybe expensive, but like many hotels. Try it, and try it on your terrace! They bring you much more food than you can eat!
Short and sweet - no need to look further - this is the place! And some taxis will take you all the way up to the hotel, although the short walk is no trouble!

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nice italian restaurant "Made in Italy" C/Ample is a very good authentic Italian.

Vegetarian eating Try any restaurant in the Tragaluz group for good vegetarian options: Tragaluz, Agua, Cuines Santa Caterina. Also Taxidermista (despite the name!).


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  • Address: 5 Carrer Sant Sever - Barcelona - 08002 - Spain
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