A short stroll to the marina, the beach, cafes, restaurants and shopping. Easy access to the ferries for the Balearics, and the train and bus stations.
The bedrooms vary in size, but most of them are quite spacious, sleeping from one to four people. Some of the bathrooms are on the small side, but the larger ones have a Jacuzzi or hydromassage. Corner rooms have a small terrace. Best to ask for an exterior room, even if there is a bit of noise at times, although not much, as the interior rooms tend to have less light and unattractive views of wastepipes.
A large, bright and airy bar, which is also open to the public.
Eating and drinking
The typical Spanish buffet breakfast is plentiful if uninspiring. Stays the same every day. There is a lunch and dinner menu available at 12€, excluding wine, and a good value sandwich and tapa menu. A bar is also open to the public.
None in the hotel itself, but guests can use the facilities – gym, swimming pool, sauna – at Hotel Las Rotas, although unfortunately it’s a ten minute drive away.
Competent and friendly, although no English spoken.
Who stays there
Businessmen, people looking for a well-priced hotel close to all amenities, over-nighters for the ferries for the Balearics.
Parking is a reasonably-priced 12€ per day.
- High-Speed Internet
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Recently refurbished
- Little to do in the hotel in the evening for families with kids