Two minutes walk from the marina, five minutes stroll to sandy beaches, ten to the centre of Dénia, full of fancy shops, cafes and top-class restaurants, and fifteen minutes to Dénia Castle. How much more central can you get!
The hotel has 24 double bedrooms, each as light as airy as the next, and all with a sea view over the tops of the sail boats bobbing around in the marina. The rooms have a Mediterranean air provided by shades of white, cream and beige, and the salt smell of the sea drifting in through the French windows. Rich ochre floor tiles and bright Indian silk cushions add richness to some of the rooms, while burnished mahogany furniture adds lustre to others. The Suite Principal has a large terrace with views both to the sea and to the castle, and a private Jacuzzie. The suite bedroom is graced with a four-poster bed and a deep rattan chair and footstool for lounging in. Ask for room 404 if you want a four-poster draped in flimsy cotton curtains without going to the expense of a suite.
A public lounge with a TV, (although not necessary as all the rooms have them) a reading room and piano and jazz bar.
Eating and drinking
The cosy restaurant that belongs to the hotel, Sal de Mar, presents regional dishes and fish almost straight from the nets as they are unloaded at the quay five minutes walk from the kitchen. A small cocktail bar which is also open to the public is part of the restaurant, although you may have to fight for space with the baby grand piano.
A gym and a sauna inside, the beach and the sea outside.
Cheerful and attentive.
Who stays there
Businessmen, holiday makers, romantics of all ages, and people either travelling to or returning from the Balearics by ferry.
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Couldn’t be closer to everything if it tried.
- Parking not cheap at 16€