Hotel Neri Relais & Chateaux
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... the Disney store. It was nice to just roam the streets of Spain on my own. It was the middle of the day so most places had closed, but the shops closer to the hotel were still open so I did a little bit of browsing. Bought a top and some sandals. Got back to the hostel around 1:30ish, just bet Lisa and Sarah back. We then decided to have a siesta... Getting in the Spanish tradition, I loved ...
... inside the old walled city, which is a wonderful area of narrow alleys, quaint shops and fun restaurants. The cathedral itself was huge, and beautifully preserved. Since very little of Barcelona has ever been destroyed by bombing (unlike most of the major cities of Europe), the interior is exceptionally beautiful, with original paintings nearly 900 years old. It is a majestic building, that does a great job reminding us of the magnificence ...
... the Seas and their disembarking passengers queuing for taxis and buses – all of Barcelona’s taxis must have been at the port!!
We arrived at Columbus Circle and we decided to buy HOHO tickets as the bus stopped right outside the Sagrada Familia. But … there’s always a but … it would not be going past our destination until AFTER our appointed time to go up in the Tower of the Basilica.
So after ...
... know the best way to self-identify as a tourist in Barcelona, be a natural blonde...ya know, if you can be. Second-best way? Get a mean sunburn. It appears to entertain the natives. You're welcome. The day ended with a tour of some tapas bars. I could get used to Barcelona. PS, There is also a children's play area on the beach that doubles as a gym for guys to bro out at. Move over Sally, I gotta rip out some pull-ups. Play time is ...
... dress the city. In terms of food I'm afraid to say I disappoint :( Today I had a fillet of fish McDonalds meal (€6.70!) and a Nutella waffle, which took me FOREVER to order after my Spanish failed me in the café (that's right, I'm speaking IN Spanish!), in front of the muy atroctivo waiter... ;) Anyway, it's back to my stone pile for tonight as tomorrow we're hitting the train tracks! ¡Buenos ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Neri Relais & Chateaux Barcelona
Gothic Quarter Gem
We loved this small and efficient hotel. The staff are discreet but helpful the restaurant is fab and the location is brilliant for exploring the city. There are some great restaurants nearby too. Downsides are smelly drains ( but they do provide joss sticks in the rooms) and the children are noisy at playtime in the school opposite in their rooftop playground.
Overall a stylish and comfortable hotel good stereo and plasma TV in the room too..
Lovely hotel and wonderful staff
I recently spent two nights at the lovely Neri Hotel unfortunately with an ill husband. The hotel is beautiful and the staff superb. I am grateful to have been in such a caring and lovely hotel considering the circumstances of our trip. The front desk staff was warm and compassionate and assisted us in every way possible. The room was clean, quiet and classy. It would be my sincere pleasure to return at a better time and I thank the hotel staff for their assistance during a difficult and unfortunately brief trip.
We abolutely LOVED this hotel. It is exciting, calm, beautiful, good location. The decor was stunning : an ultra modern bathroom with a stone shower, 15 foot ceilings, plasma tv, and just the right chairs to remind you that are in a 17th century building. Perfect service too.
It was the highlight of our vacation to Ireland, Barcelona and the Costa Brava.
Stayed at the Hotel Neri two weeks ago and all I can say is Wow! If you are looking to take your girlfriend / boyfriend away for a romantic weekend I cannot recommend it highly enough. You get a true feeling of indulgence staying there.
We found out about the Neri Hotel on tripadvisor. And what a great find it was. A wonderful start to our pre-cruise from Barcelona. The hotel is beautiful in the
We just spent three nights in a junior suite at the Neri, and we can honestly say that this has been our best hotel experience EVER! We immediately felt at home - the room and bathroom was beautiful and very spacious, the furniture, ambience, bathroom amenities - everything was just perfect. The location couln't be better - we were able to walk to everything we wanted to see. We also had dinner at the restaurant on the night of arrival, very delicious and the setting - the old building, modern decor and the music - all made it very special.
Loved the Neri Hotel
We too loved this Hotel.Fabulous furnishings, modern and tasteful, but in an old, traditional building. Quite one of the most 'suitable' hotels we have stayed in, and so reasonably priced. I thoroughly recommend the Hotel Neri.
Have just returned from a 3 day break with three other couples and what a wonderful time we had. The Hotel Neri is in a great location a short stroll from the Ramblas and a pleasant walk to the harbour. The hotel itself is very elegant the staff are extremely helpful it was quiet and the security was good. The rooms are atractive and elegant ours was particularly spacious as we had a small suite however the lighting in our sitting room was definitely "mood" lighting and in other words it was impossible to read a book or a wine bottle label!Barcelona was great fun and we felt very secure the whole time we were there, would definitely return to the Hotel Neri if we were in Barcelona in the future.
The Neri is absolute chic-boutique! The location is excellent -
The newly opened Neri Hotel + restaurante is fantastic. We have been travelling to Barcelona for many years and have stayed in some lovely hotels but the Neri is the best. The hotel is a 17th century building that has been renovated to the highest standard without losing its historical charm.