The sandy beach of Llafranc is a few steps from your door, and there are other, equally lovely beaches within a short drive or a leisurely coastal stroll. The medieval towns of Pals and Begur are also nearby, as are several golf courses.
The 53 spacious, airy bedrooms have modern furnishings and TVs. It’s definitely worth paying that bit extra for one with a sea view as they’ve got sliding glass doors opening out onto the tree-lined promenade and sea beyond. The standard rooms don’t have balconies and are smaller and less modern.
The main restaurant is smart, airy and contemporary although parts of the reception area look a tiny bit worn. There's also a light TV and reading lounge on the first floor.
Eating and drinking
There's an extensive buffet breakfast served on the terrace restaurant with a good selection of cold cuts and pastries as well as freshly squeezed orange juice but it costs extra. For lunch and dinner, the restaurant serves good fresh fish and traditional Spanish dishes, and the hotel also has its own pizzeria on the ground floor.
A mini gym and sun-terrace. The hotel can also arrange discounts at various local golf courses.
Helpful and friendly. (The hotel has been in the same family since it first opened in the 1930s.) Baby-sitting can be arranged.
Who stays there
Couples and families, mainly from Britain, France, Spain and America.
Breakfast is not included in the price. Parking also costs extra.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Friendly service
- Great views
- Rooms without sea view could do with updating