We booked into the Hotel del Port when spending the weekend choosing a new berth for our boat. We arrived very late and were welcomed by Rosa, the owner. She got us set up in the room. Our room was spotless and very well fitted with contemporary design features and up to date facilities. Four piece bathroom suite and shower, good lighting and all the usual soaps and gels etc. Ample clean and good quality towles, Light and airy, excellent wardrobe space, a safe for valuables, desk and flat screen TV. This had good digital channels and lots of them as well. I believe the WIFi was available but I did not confirm that as we did not need it. Comfortable and good size bed ( I am 6ft 2"). The whole place was non smoking so fresh and clean. There was air conditioning (again vents were dust free and it was quiet - yes we ran it in February to get 17C ambiant). To add to the feeling of space there was a small balcony with views up the street to central commercial area and also to the old marina and port. The outside surrounding area is very clean and tidy (well groomed) although there is no garden or outside space with the hotel. The beach is a 1 minute slow walk.
Breakfast was included and a selection to please everybody. Continental style but lots of variety. If anything looked like it was running out we saw the proprietors replace this immediately. There were newspapers, magazines and even games and childrens books and toys available but not to excess; I would say child friendly for children whos parents placed importance on the childs welfare in consideration of other hotel guests. The families we saw there were very well mannered and a pleasure to see.
The price of the stay was very good at around £60 per night (depends on euro exchange rate). It is the kind of place you leave feeling like they did not charge you enough for what they did. This is budget hotel but definately only in the charge levied and not in value or the attention to detail that the owners have made. They have obviously used designers and not done a DIY..
The surrounding area offers a lot; beaches, shopping, restaurants (proper ones). Do not go if you want English food. There is a new marina in the lagoon and it is on the edge of a nature reserve. I would say that the resort is sophisticated and unspoilt but not arrogant (meaning it does not think so much of itself that it will rip you off).
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