On a small plaza by the large, impressive, Baroque church of Sant Vicenç.
Simply furnished and clean with white walls. The rooms overlooking the leafy, internal patio are the quietest. Only seven rooms have double beds (as opposed to two singles pushed together), so make a point of asking for a cama matrimonio – double bed - when you book, if that’s what you want. There are also four ‘family rooms’ which sleep three or more.
As well as the dining room, there's a pretty roof terrace with sun loungers and tables and chairs, overlooking the square and the church.
Eating and drinking
An extensive buffet breakfast is served in the large, sunny yellow, traditional dining room. There’s a good choice of continental as well as British staples including boiled and fried eggs, Spanish omelette, coffees, teas and herbal teas, cereals, fruit juices and three types of bread, as well as freshly baked croissants and pastries like the delicious cabello de ángel (angel’s hair) – a traditional Spanish pastry with a sweet, fruit-paste filling.
This hotel has been in the family for decades, so the family/owners pride themselves on personal, friendly service.
Who stays there
Couples and some families from Britain and the rest of Europe, with many regulars returning year after year.
Room prices are either with or without breakfast.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Friendly staff
- Great value
- Central location
- Small bathrooms
- Bedroom decor a bit dated