The 5 star Mercer Hotel in Barcelona has 28 bedrooms awarded with the ‘Gran Lujo Monumento’ status for luxury, and is found in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona. The building remains true to its historic roots, respecting the outstanding history found in the city. Several archaeological and historical studies have helped identify parts of the building, some of which date back as early as the 1st century.
The history of the Mercer Hotel can be traced through these fascinating architectural features, such as the 28th bastion and patrol passageway of the Roman Wall of Barcino, or gothic balconies found high up on Llado Street. The impressive survival of these ancient features make the Mercer Hotel in Barcelona unique.
Architect Rafael Moneo, winner of the ‘Principe de Asturias a las Artes’ prize in 2012, converted the historic monument to a boutique hotel able to exceed the high expectations of the contemporary tourist, and provide an unforgettable experience for guests.
The Mercer Restaurant JLF is an emblematic space of the Mercer Hotel Barcelona where the Chef Jean Luc Figueras offers an intimate cooking. In Le Bouchon, Barcelona's guests and visitors may enjoy a wide selection of wine, champagne and tapas.
From the terrace you can admire magnificent views over the city or take a refreshing dip in the pool.
The hotel is found in the centre of Barcelona, situated less than 20 metres away from the basilica of Satos Justos and Pastor in the gothic quarter of the city, and is little more than 100m from the square of Sant Juame.