Getting there

If you take the Sarfa bus, they look like this:

Bus from BCN

If arriving at BCN terminal 2 (most low-cost carriers do), there are coach parkings between the B and C buildings. At the far end in the picture below, you can see the buses parked in both sides of the street. Sarfa is going to be picking up people from the right side (the same side as the terminal building B).

Bus stop at BCN

You have to get down at the "Lloret de Mar" bus station.

Bus station

From there, you walk less than ten minutes, until you reach the hotel. There is a street that goes below it, and the entrance is to the left:

Hotel street Entrance

The hotel

When you enter, the lobby is very bright, with views of the garden and swimming pool.

Lobby Lobby Lobby

The rooms are simple, but comfortable. They have been recently renovated.

Room Room balcony Room view

There are many amenities in the hotel, specially in the court yard, around the two outdoor swimming pools (there is also an indoors swimming pool in the spa area).

Outside Swimming pool Swimming pool Kids area

There are plenty of lounge chairs for sunbathing, or just chilling by the pool.

Sun lounge Sun lounge

There is also a café/snack bar, with an outdoor terrace which has a moveable roof and heating -in case of need-.

Café Café terrace

You can enjoy playing pétanque, pool, air hockey, some arcades, and even board games.

Pétanque Arcades Snookers

The hotel seems well prepared for wheelchair access. Every stair has a ramp or an elevator next to it.


The room for hacklabs and talks is huge, with three divisions and independent accesses from the garden.

Hacklab Hacklab Hacklab

The village

Before high season, when it gets full of tourists, you will be able to still enjoy a quiet village, the great beaches, and some sightseeing.

Church Church Beach Beach Beach Rocks Monument Rocks