This fantastic accessible hotel in Girona city centre is located only 500 meters away from Girona’s Cathedral and the old quarter (Barri Vell). Plaça de la Independència is 200 meters away and is plenty of bars and restaurants. In addition, the Girona Train Station is 800 meters away and the airport is 10,8 km distanced. The location of this accessible hotel in Girona city centre is fantastic to enjoy the old city.
This building is a reference point in Girona, in 1945 was the most modern cinema and theatre in the city. Then became a hotel in 1962, being one of the most ground-breaking in Girona. The hotel offers every morning a complete breakfast with local products at the buffet-restaurant. Also, it has a restaurant and a cafeteria to enjoy its delicious gastronomy. There is a rooftop exclusive for guests to relax with a fantastic panoramic view of the Girona. Besides, they offer a unique lounge space to enjoy a drink with views to the city skyline. Apart from this, the hotel has a private parking for its guests, where there is a fragment of the wall that strengthened Girona during the French War (late 1600s).
The hotel and all the rooms are completely refurbished, they are more luminous and larger. All the rooms fully equipped with a minibar, free Wi-Fi, heating and air-conditioning, a satellite TV and a safe box. There are accessible rooms with an adapted bathroom with all the amenities.
Our guests love the location of this hotel in the old city of Girona. Also, they had a pleasant stay due to the comfort of the bright and modern rooms. They also liked the gastronomical offer with local products. Moreover, the two rooftops are perfect to enjoy the views to Girona’s Cathedral. Enjoy your stay in Girona with our accessible tours.
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