On a quiet street right beside Javea’s leisure and fishing port and prom, close to the town centre with its wide selection of shops and cafes, and a reasonable stroll to the old town.
Decorated in comforting muted shades with white high-lights and parquet floors, the bedrooms are relaxing without being stuffy. They are furnished in a variety of styles; a painted Indian screen cleverly used as a bed-head, white-painted desks and chairs distressed al la mode, nautical photos and rich, textured bedding. Four of the upper bedrooms look out over the harbour to the sea. All the rooms have services you would expect – but not always get – from grander hotels; free Wi-fi, TV, mini-bar, safe and hair dryer. The hotel also has three very attractive well-equipped, self-contained two-bedroom apartments that can be rented by the day.
A lounge and bar on the ground floor.
Eating and drinking
Breakfast is taken in La Bomboneria, the delightful Michelin-recommended, roof-top restaurant, which also serves lunch and dinner.
Friendly and helpful.
Who stays there
Couples, families and businessmen looking for attractive, economical accommodation.
Excellent value for a very popular resort with a limited mid-range hotel offer.
- High-Speed Internet
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Close to the prom and cafes but far enough away to be peaceful
- Comfy without being effusive
- The 15€ a day for private parking can run up the bill a bit.
- The sandy beach at Arenal is a twenty-minute bus ride away