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A stay at Hotel The Wittmore Small Luxury Hotel (SLH) places you in the heart of Barcelona, within a 10-minute walk of La Rambla and Barcelona Cathedral. This 5-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Port Vell and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Picasso Museum. Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a rooftop terrace and a garden. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. ...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
A must stay in the Gothic
Reviewed 6 august, 2021
We splurged alittle and were not disappointment on the awesome location of this boutique hotel. Down a quaint, narrow side street lays a dark, lavish oasis that is so calming from the bustle of the city. Walking in, you'll love it! Our highlights were the rooftop deck in the afternoons to unwind/relax with some light bites after a busy morning of adventures... and the amazing breakfast every day. It was great to just walk down and fuel up with delicious food and attentive service. We were spoiled. The bar is great below, but with the rooms you can sometimes hear the 1 loud person at the bar if you go to bed before midnight. A true hideaway that made our trip so special- we could walk almost anywhere too! So close to the ocean and so many restaurants on the streets, close to shopping too. A must stay!
Best bar in Barcelona
Reviewed 16 february, 2020
We didn’t stay at the hotel, but we stumbled across the bar one night and had the best drinks of our life. Eduardo hand crafts drinks of every flavor and they are so thoughtfully our together. Completely delicious. The vibe of the bar is really chill - gorgeous outside patio with a plant walk and open to the sky. The inside is so unique - it had a bookshelf wall, a plaid wall, fireplaces and cushy couches. At midnight a disco ball drops. Such a fun place, great drinks. We kept ending up there at the end of our nights out.
Reviewed 6 february, 2020
Last morning in Barcelona but we’d definitely recommend a sojourn here. Imagine the city has changed quite dramatically since I was last here 24 years ago but a lovely place to visit out of season. Weather a very comfortable 15-20 degrees, a nice warm spring so not too hot or cold to get out and about and explore. We found the most beautiful independent boutique hotel called the Wittmore. Tucked away in an alley in the gothic quarter right by all the action but at the same time an oasis of calm. Couldn’t ask for more from an affordable 5* star hotel and their philosophy covers quite an old school etiquette of no children and no photography so less of the Instagram influencer nonsense and more old school art of relaxation and conversation! Amazing what taking away the need to post on social media does to the atmosphere of a place. Definitely get the breakfast and make sure you visit Eduardo the mixologist! Very rare to find a hotel where every little detail has been thought through and the upmost care put into everything, from music to aroma! There’s even a fabulous roaring fire and calming green wall in the courtyard. The staff couldn’t have been nicer and the room couldn’t have been any more comfortable even if they tried! The blackout windows and absolute silence on an evening makes for a great sleep! The rooftop bar and pool has cracking views and must be a delight when the city gets just too hot. The location is spot on for most of the places you’ll want to visit (walking distance to el born, gothic quarter, the beach etc) and we ate incredibly well at restaurants barely a few steps away from hotel. Whilst your here, try to visit Koy Shunka, a Michilin star Japanese restaurant which is absolutely divine. The tasting menu was a fabulous culinary experience and a great way to spend a birthday! As is our thing, we managed to organise a very relaxed few days combining lots of walking, shopping and the best sights to visit. We managed to get to Nou Camp, La Boqueria, La Ramblas, the gothic quarter, el born, Sagrada Familia, Santa Maria del Mar, Parc Cuitadella and Parc Guell, the beach, Gracia, the Picasso museum and more, without feeling particularly tired or stressed. There was still plenty of time for endless coffees, oysters for lunch in Barceloneta, a quick trip up the cable car to Montjuic and a visit to the amazing tailor Oscar H. Grand in El Born. Nowhere felt particularly touristy, expensive or too busy. We barely queued anywhere and even Sagrada Familia had a lovely sense of serenity and spirituality. Next time we’ll bring an empty suitcase for the amazing artisan products and clothes made right here in the city. Overall a fantastic city for a lovely long city break. Couldn’t ask for more in a holiday and every penny spent at The Wittmore was well worth it!
Stylish tranquil oasis
Reviewed 3 february, 2020
Excellent location in Gothic Area close to port front. Fantastic suite, excellent customer service from all staff and super food. Rooms have everything you need. It's quiet and relaxing. The roof bar and sun terrace would be great in summer, we were there in January so enjoying the roof top views with your jacket on was a delight. There are restaurants within a short walking distance, the hotel is first class. We enjoyed everything about the stay.
What a gem!
Reviewed 9 january, 2020
The Wittmore is tucked away in a small alley in the Gothic quarter. It feels special just upon arrival. The property is a wonderful respite in a big city. Both the courtyard and roof deck are relaxing places to eat, read, and generally take a break from the sightseeing. Throughout our stay the staff was extremely helpful and even helped us move around our reservation due to flight issues. The rooms are small but well appointed. With the shutters closed it can be very dark (great for sleeping, tough for breaking through the jet lag). Overall, highly recommend this for couples staying in Barcelona.