This delightful boutique hotel sits at the edge of the Call in the Barri Gòtic. Most of the hotel lies within a rebuilt medieval noble home, but the restaurant wing is a modern addition that harmonizes nicely with the ancient stone. Reception sits on the Call, while the restaurant terrace opens onto Plaça Sant Felip Neri, one of Barcelona’s most storied old squares. The building skillfully combines nine centuries of architecture while keeping the rooms open, airy, and timeless. Abstract Expressionist art hangs throughout the hotel, evoking a modern sensibility in a structure rooted in the very non-abstract materials of stone and exposed wood. The rooftop terrace (complete with hammocks as well as tables and chairs) functions as an auxiliary bar, weather permitting. The Neri’s location in the Call makes it a popular choice for travelers on Jewish heritage holidays.