The hotel is a couple of minutes' walk from the harbour, Las Marines beach, and the shops and cafés of the town centre. The hotel joins two narrow back streets, but you can’t miss it as it’s the only building with a smoked glass door.
The bedrooms are contemporary and bright with plenty of room. Decorated in sharp white and brown with splashes of bold colour, the parquet floors and swirly silver and black bedspreads lift what could have drifted into a stark ambience, but fortunately didn’t. The bathrooms are large (one of them adapted for disabled guests), and well equipped for such a small hotel, even down to a tray of complimentary toiletries.
A café forms part of the hotel and is open to the public.
Eating and drinking
The continental breakfast is taken in the café, which is also open throughout the day and offers a decent selection of tapas, snacks and salads, enough to make an interesting full meal.
You will receive a friendly welcome at this hotel.
Who stays there
Couples, people going to and from the Balearics, business travellers and weekenders.
Good value for a centrally-located small hotel.
- High-Speed Internet
- Backpackers / Students
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Well situated for almost everything
- Bright, clean and modern
- Breakfast is in a public café