On a side street on a hill about ten minutes' walk from the main Cadaqués seafront and town centre. Cap Creus and the Dalí House Museum at Port Lligat are only a few minutes away by car, and Figueres is less than an hour away by car or bus.
Simple, modern rooms with white walls and flat-screen TVs. The rooms aren’t going to win any prizes for cutting-edge interior design, but they’re a good size and nice and light. The ones with balconies also have lovely views over the pool and out to the olive groves and Cadaqués bay below.
There’s a small bar near the dining room, but the poolside area is the main public area to hang out in, and is great for relaxing with a drink or a light snack.
Eating and drinking
The buffet breakfast is served in the dining room or by the pool.
A medium-sized hexagonal outdoor pool above the olive groves on the hill leading down to the bay below, with sun loungers.
The charming Lladó family who run the hotel, as well as their staff, are wonderfully friendly and helpful.
Who stays there
European families and couples, particularly from Germany and France.
Breakfast and parking are extra.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Friendly service
- Parking costs extra