The 4-storey hotel was built in 2003 and comprises a total of 44 rooms. The hotel has a pleasant lobby with a 24-hour reception, hire safes, a lift and a café. Guests are also offered a bar, a TV room and an air-conditioned à la carte restaurant. Business guests are offered a public Internet terminal and a conference room. Those arriving by car may make use of the car park or garage. Room and laundry services round off the facilities on offer.
This elegant city hotel is situated in the tourist centre and is not far from the town centre. There are a profusion of wonderful bars, restaurants, nightclubs and shopping facilities in the surrounding area. The public transport network is easily reached on foot. It is 25 km to the nearest beach.
The tasteful en suite rooms are fitted with a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a radio, a stereo, Internet access, a minibar, a hire safe and central heating.
The nearest golf course is 20 km from the hotel.
Breakfast is available to guests each morning. Guests are invited to serve themselves from the breakfast buffet. At lunchtime and in the evenings, guests may select dishes from the set menu or choose the à la carte option.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA cards are all accepted as methods of payment.
From the motorway AP-7, take the exit number 7 (Girona Sud). Go along the road C-65 and take the second exit heading towards Girona Ciutat. Go along Barcelona Road for about 3 km until you find Marques de Camps Square. Go straight on down Ronda Ferran Puig Street and take Sequia Street on the right. Go on down this street as far as the traffic lights and turn left. Go on down Jaume I Avenue as far as the third traffic lights and turn right. Go along Nord, which is a pedestrian Street. In the middle of this street, you will find a pylon and on its left, there is an entryphone to speak directly to the Hotel Reception. Then, the pylon will be taken down and at the end of the street, on the left corner, you will find the hotel.
Direct dial telephone
HiFi stereo system