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Hotel Neri

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Hotel History

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The hotel is built by joining two buildings, a magnificent palace and a medieval stone building partially destroyed during the civil war, and renovated in 1958 by Adolf Florensa, leaving an impressive facade of the Plaza Sant Felip Neri and a stone wall of the twelfth century now fully localizable, as it separates the restaurant area of the lounge bar.

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Neri Hotel & Restaurant In time seems to stop and senses emerge naturally. Luxury and glamor in environments that mix warm colors, pleasant textures, relaxing music, aromas and flavors surround unmistakable.

Music is very important to the ambience of the hotel and in all public areas are soft and pleasant notes listen predominantly ethnic melodies and chill-out. Neri H & R has released his own CD in collaboration with DJ Cesar Sala, better known as Chop Suey.

Iranzo Benito Chef combines tradition and modernity in an intimate, noble and welcoming and an atmosphere of harmony, romance and magic where a medieval stone wall with two large arcs we bring flavors of S. XII. Your letter is designed Mediterranean & creative four times a year adapting to seasonal products.

The restaurant is located on the ground floor, with views and access from Plaza Sant Felip Neri. The hall has a capacity for 35 people. It also has an attractive private dining room for 10 people, ideal for group dinners or company and to conduct meetings or steering committees in an elegant setting.

Travel Agent Reviews

Review date:   May 20, 2013 12:34PM
Review:   Recommended for: Boutique luxury

Pros: This is a wonderful small (24 rooms) luxury boutique hotel in the middle of the Gothic Quarter. Traditional, ancient looking on the outside and super modern inside. Entry level doubles are cozy (a bit small, but fine). Service here is out-of-this-world. It is a Relais & Chateau! Breakfast is wonderful.The restaurant is one of the best in town!

Cons: A bit pricey in the season.....but worth it!

Travel Agent:  
Tom Smith, Tom Smith Travel   Tom Smith
Tom Smith Travel
Portland, OR US

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