The hotel is really well situated, close to the beach. We had a sea view room which was nice and the balcony was a good place to watch the world go by once the heat of the day had passed.
The down side is that the main road that passes in front of the hotel is quite busy (the hotel has its own tunnel to the beach!) and can be noisy with the scooters and motorbikes blasting up and down, plus occasional Lamborghini. Still, with the balcony doors closed this was minimised, and wasn’t as prevalent on the evenings.
The room has A/C and was kept spotlessly clean with daily cleaning. Parking in the hotel is pricey (€22 per night) but there is free on street parking around, provides you can find a space - we managed.
Staff were good and all were polite with the reception team all speaking good English (perfect if one doesn’t speak Spanish/Catalan).
Breakfast was superb!
We ate in the restaurant one evening but didn’t like it - possibly a too fussy menu for us, but perhaps we just prefer simpler fare!
The aren’t loads of places to eat nearby though, but the hotel had a good bar/restaurant (The Sloop) on the beach plus there is El Berganti along the road which we liked.
It’s a beautiful area to explore if you have a car as well, with Girona and Figueres in easy striking distance and lots more besides.
All in all, we had a lovely stay and would recommend it.
(Wrote this on my phone - please forgive typos!)