Situated in the heart of the popular holiday resort of Lloret de Mar on the spectacular Costa Brava, this renovated hotel has an Asian touch in its interior design. The beach is only a few minutes' walk away; a large variety of shops, restaurants and bars is in the immediate vicinity. The hotel features a restaurant, a bar, an outside pool and an excellent spa centre with Turkish bath and sauna.
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Got back from a 4 day break with friends for our soul weekend and the hotel staff remembered us from years gone, friendly staff, rooms are nice,food is nice ,always plenty sun beds ,overall we had a great time and hopefully will be back again next year, the hotel is about 10 min walk to beach and Lloret strip which if you want a bit of peace and quiet is nice. The boys love the hot tubs
That was a good hotel , i like food and i remember Pepe it was very good and very gentil . But a lot of waiters dont speak english also the recepsion guy. In 23:30 bar of restaurant it was close...
One of my friend have problems whith wifi conection. Very good food served. The tv had one problem . We dont have one safe place when we put the money or passaports when we go for swiming. I recomande but its OK!
We booked this for a weeks holiday in August and throughly enjoyed our stay. The hotel was clean and the staff were very helpful (especially Amaya) who spoke excellent English.
The room was functional with twin beds, wardrobe (plenty of hangers and safe), chair, desk and separate bathroom. We didn't have a balcony but had a patio door that we could open and sit by...
The beds were very comfortable and reception provided us both with an extra pillow on request. The room was clean and was cleaned most days. They missed us on the last but one day so I had to go and ask at Reception for towels but as the room was very clean it didn't really matter.
The breakfast was nice and plentiful with lots of options to suit all tastes. The swimming pool area was nice with sunbeds, deckchairs and tables and chairs around. The side where you came out of the hotel didn't get the sun until later in the day so you could always get a bed there. Swimming pool was cold (but I'm not the greatest fan of swimming anyway!) and had a jacuzzi effect every so often. This was ok but be aware to not leave anything under the sunbed as it could get wet. The bar was a nice area to be and the staff who worked there were lovely.
The hotel was in a good position as it was only a 5 minute walk to the sea, shopping area and bus station. There is a supermarket opposite so you didn't have to walk too far with heavy bags back to the hotel.
Once the patio door was closed you couldn't hear much traffic outside the room and we had a blackout curtain and voile which enabled us to sleep well. As with most hotels you could hear the people in the next room and walking down the corridor but this didn't bother us much.
I would go back again but hopefully next time we could have a room with a balcony.
Can't fault the staff so I'll start on a positive. But if you're English you'll be an outcast there's so many Russian,German,Dutch they for some reason think that your an outcast and will discriminate against you. We stayed 9th to 13th September and where greeted very well by the receptionist and as we were early happily let us put our cases in the locked room so we could come back later when we could check in...
The problems started when we were given our rooms 2 of our party had a room with lots of space and 4 beds but ours was next door and resembled a police cell with bars on the windows and no balcony. We went straight down to reception to ask to be moved and were told to come back tomorrow but we wanted changing there and then so 5 mins later got a room phone call stating they had another room so had a look and what with it having a balcony we accepted it and thought that would be alright. How wrong could we of been due to the fact the following day 6 people from Holland checked in and they had stayed there previously and expected to have our room because the other 2 rooms they had on that floor should of extended to 3 rooms but we had been moved so 2 of there party had to be allocated on the floor above (directly above us) And christ didn't they let it be known. The walls/ceilings are paper thin and they made such a noise deliberately causing me to threaten 2 of there party that if they were to carry on I was quite happy to climb the low rise divide between rooms and throw him of the balcony but for some reason he hid behind his patio door refusing to come out of his room.We were half board and only ate there once for evening meal as it was pants at best Luke warm food with no imagination on cuisine but they do provide 2 microwaves lol. The breakfast was just as bad. After the events that had happened we tried to make piece cause we had to stay next to each other but the atmosphere was rife. The only department that could improve are the cleaning staff as my wife is diabetic type 1 so test hers levels throughout the day and on one occasion a drop of blood had dropped on the floor and it was still on floor our last day so they didn't mop the floors only sweep. In a nutshell if your English and thick skinned who ain't bothered that you can hear ya neighbour going toilet or coughing up phlegm, with meals that are at best below average then la palmera is for you.
This hotel is a Very nice place to stay. We stayed here 7 nights and we felt very well. The rooms are great, large and the bathroom is very nice and clean also...
The staff is great, very friendly, and very helpfull. The meals here are impresive, very variat food every day. The pool is great, with a separate bar, and sunbeds around it. The hotel is placed very close of the bar and restaurants area, so you can reach them in a 5 minute walk. I definitely recommande it!