The entrance is on the main road just behind the beach, so you’re about a minute away from the sands and promenade. Downtown Tossa, with its vast choice of restaurants, bars and shops, is also on your doorstep.
The 53 rooms all have the same decor, with a choice of doubles, twins and interconnecting family rooms as well as six suites. The rooms overlooking the main street (as opposed to the beach) have bigger balconies but can be noisier if you like leaving the windows/doors open at night. There is, however, double-glazing and air-conditioning, so you can get a cool, quiet night.
Reception and hallways are all high-sheen, polished marble floors, dark wood and glass panels, so the feel is smart, modern and rather corporate.
Eating and drinking
Breakfast is an extensive buffet with Spanish and international options (including a full English). At lunch and dinner, there's usually a buffet as well as items cooked to order and the food is general Spanish and international style fare. All meals are served in the smart, modern, cafeteria-style restaurant. You can book either b&b or half board.
There’s no pool, but there is a brilliant roof terrace with sun loungers and a Jacuzzi so you can de-stress your limbs after a hard day at the beach.
Staff are friendly and efficient – more so than you’d expect for a hotel of this size.
Who stays there
International families and couples with a high proportion of British, German and Italians.
- Business Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
Pros & Cons
- Great value
- Central location
- No pool