A few minutes walk from Les Marines beach and the port, and a short stroll to the centre of town and the castle.
The twenty bedrooms are all slightly different in design, some almost verging on the minimalistic. Decorated in muted tones with sudden splashes of colour, all but two of them have views over the harbour. The rooms are comfortable but some aren’t overly spacious for a stay of more than a couple of days. Two have been designed with access for disabled visitors, and some of the rooms are interconnected for family use. All the rooms have plasma TV with satellite and free wi-fi and cable internet connection.
Eating and drinking
An excellent breakfast is served buffet-style in an area beside reception, but no other meals are served in the hotel and nor is there a bar. There is room service if you would like a drink or snack. However, Dénia has more cafes and restaurants than you could shake a fork at, and right alongside the hotel is a row of some of the best, four of them owned by the group that owns the hotel.
The hotel itself has no leisure facilities.
Cheerful and happy to help.
Who stays there
Weekenders looking for style, couples looking for a bit of modern elegance, businessmen, and travelers to the Balearics who want an up-market room for the night that’s only a few minutes walk from the ferry.
- High-Speed Internet
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Modern and stylish
- Close to more or less everything
- No- public areas to relax in
- All the rooms are twin beds. You need to advise them before-hand for a double bed