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The Serras hotel Barcelona

The Serras hotel Barcelona is a new 5 star luxury boutique hotel in Barcelona which opened in January 2015 on Barcelona's harbour front promenade Passeig de Colom.  Sublime design, spacious rooms with balconies, harbour views and a short troll from many historic sights of Barcelona. The Serras boasts a master Catalan Chef Marc Gascons and is the site of Picasso’s first studio, where he painted the famous painting Science and Charity - Ciencia y Caridad - in 1897. The Serras pays tribute to the artist with a Picasso Suite. The Serras has spacious rooms with design inspired by classic Barcelona modernism and a stunning rooftop terrace all tucked behind a historic facade by a famous 19th-century architect. It's everything you want in a new Barcelona boutique hotel. Style, comfort, history and of course modern technology and free WIFI. The Serras is among the best new hotels in Barcelona. Book rooms at The Serras Barcelona here.

Rooms at The Serras

The Serras Barcelona has 28 rooms and suites. Rooms are bright and spacious in a fresh modern design. Each room is soundproofed and has stylish decor. Choose between views of the Mediterranean port of Barcelona or the emblatic and vibrant Merce street in the gothic quarter, Barri Gotic. All rooms have state-of-the-art technonoly, smart HD TV and  high speed free Wi-Fi.

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The Serras hotel brings past and present together. The Serra is just a few steps from some of the remains of Roman walls that surrounded Barcelona's Roman city Barcino. During the building's restoration process, archaeologists came across part of the dock of the Roman city dock dating back to the 1st century; it remains underneath the hotel today. The 19th century facade is by modernist architect Francesc Daniel Molina, who also designed the nearby famous Plaça Reial which is a famous square in the Barrio Gòtico of Barcelona just off La Rambla. Another historic connection is the world's most famous artist Pablo Picasso started his career in a studio in the very same building in 1896. It was here he painted one of the most renowned painting of his early career, Science and Charity.

Roof-top terrace

The stylish rooftop Serras hotel terrace has lovely views of the Mediterranean and the new Port Vell marina. It features a superb infinity pool and comfortable lounge area. Perfect to catch the sun, enjoy al fresco breakfast or lunch or a cocktail, whilst listening to soothing music in the evening.

Restaurant Informal
The Serras hotel star Chef Marc Gascons will dazzle you with his Catalan specialties in a delicious selection of Mediterranean tapas, prepared from fresh seasonal ingredients sourced from local markets. I impeccable service and relaxed atmosphere of the Informal restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Serras design

Designer Eva Martinez has created a work of art. From warm and welcoming rounded and ergonomically shaped furniture in the rooms and the hotel’s public spaces to the Mediterranean color scheme of white, grey, silver, sand, mustard, and green creating a fresh and calm atmosphere. Some of the lofty Junior Suites have freestanding bathtubs with stunning harbour views. Designer Eva Martinez brings new life to Modernist floor tiling at headboards.The rooms are divided from the bathrooms with glass and iron curtain walls in keeping with the old industrial style of the area.

Nearby attractions
Attractions with 1km of The Serras hotel
Columbus Monument
La Ramblas walking street
Fragments of Roman ruins of Barcelona
Barcelona Cathedral
Barcelona History museum
Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar
Catalunya History museum
Barcelona history museum
Placa de Sant Jaume town hall square
Barcelona Aquarium
Placa Reial gothic square
Maremagnum mall and Rambla de Mar