- Bikes Available
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- 220V power supply
- Make-up mirror
- Number of bedrooms: 217
- Room size (sqm): 20
- Cable TV
- Wake-up service
- Satellite TV
- Centrally regulated air conditioning
- Internet access
- Central heating
- Sun terrace
- Outdoor Pool
- Free WiFi
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Ultra modern, hip and chic all at the same time, the Delamar Hotel stands out as being one of the finest places to stay in the famous town of Lloret De Mar. Whitewashed rooms with ... Continue reading
Ultra modern, hip and chic all at the same time, the Delamar Hotel stands out as being one of the finest places to stay in the famous town of Lloret De Mar. Whitewashed rooms with modern furnishings, luxurious bathrooms and private balconies set the tone for this bright yet simply designed resort. Perfect for young couples and groups of friends who want to be pampered by day and enjoy what the local social scene has to offer by night, Delamar Hotel is set across 6 floors and features a stunning rooftop bar and sun deck. Relax in a comfy armchair with a cocktail, lounge around in the sun or get an relaxing massage, the choice is yours.
The Old Town of Lloret De Mar makes for a fantastic and cultured way to spend a day with its ancient watchtowers, rustic chapels and sumptuous local cuisine. For that true taste of southern Spain, you can’t go far wrong with a hearty fish stew or plate of fried fish, to be enjoyed at their finest with a cold glass of beer or wine. The famous gardens at Santa Clotilde offer up incredible views of a quiet part of the coastline, along with secret pathways that ascend up the hill into lush vegetation, through manicured gardens and past intricate statues and carvings.
Head to the local Placa De La Vila on a Saturday night and enjoy traditional Spanish dancing, or for something a bit wilder there is a whole array of local bars and clubs waiting to be hit up. So what are you waiting for? Secure your dream Spanish break at the Delamar Hotel with a low deposit or opt to pay monthly to spread the cost. We take the hassle out of planning your trip to the Costa Brava here at loveholidays.com.
- Bicycle rental Fitness centre Massage
- Outdoor pool* Sun terrace
- Adult only Air conditioning Car hire Facilities for disabled guests Free WiFi Heating Lift Non smoking rooms Non smoking throughout Packed lunches Safety deposit box* Shared lounge/TV area
For traditional Catalonia head into the old town complete with ancient watchtowers, pretty chapels and delicious local cuisine. Don't miss the fresh fish stews!
This hotel is not suitable for families with children.
€30 per person will be required upon check-in.
A city tax where applicable is to be paid in cash locally.
24-hour reception, currency exchange, entrance hall with elevator, safe deposit box (payment), supermarket, non-smoking area, medical assistance.
To make booking a holiday at Hotel Delamar in Lloret de Mar easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Hotel Delamar with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
History may have given way to high-rise hotels, and fishing to foam parties in this former Catalonian trading port, but the region's fiery spirit is still evident, which is why Lloret de Mar is regarded as the liveliest holiday spot on the Costa Brava. As a resort, the town caters for the 18-30s and families with children. There are seemingly hundreds of British bars, discos and clubs to choose from, and the days are packed with programmes of beach frolics and fun. The resort has five rough sandy beaches, a massive water park, aquatic zoo and a theme park. For a taste of the real Spain visitors can revel in the local cuisine or gather in the town's Placa de la Vila on Saturday evenings to join in when locals dance the traditional Catalonian Sardana dance.
Days are usually spent enjoying Lloret de Mar's seafront and the shingly beach that slopes sharply into the sea, making ideal conditions for a variety of water sports for holidaymakers to enjoy, from lazily pedalling boats, skimming the surface on a windsurfer, or diving into the depths. Other diversions include a host of holiday fun like go-karts, bungee jumping, a mini-train, bowling alley and horse riding. For a change of scene visitors can head off to the Waterworld aquatic park, or play a round of golf at nearby Santa Cristina de Aro. Most visitors opt for one or more sightseeing excursions during their stay; local operators, hotels and package tour companies offer a wide variety of outings from exploring Old Girona to coastal cruises and wine tasting in the Catalan countryside. Most popular are trips to the huge theme park at Salou and Marineland near Blanes, both a few hours drive away. Those who wish to get away from it all can opt for one of a series of mapped walks along the coast or to traditional villages inland.
While in Lloret de Mar, holidaymakers should be sure to dine at America, La Parrilla, Disaster Café or La Pampa Steak House. There is a wide variety of cuisine available in a plethora of restaurants and fast-food outlets, from the best of British to traditional tapas, at very reasonable prices and generally good quality. Favourites with holiday-makers are strawberries and cream, Sangria (fruited sparkling wine) and delicious dishes of paella (seafood risotto). Many of the local restaurants in the old town offer a "menu of the day" deal including two courses, dessert, bread and even wine for a few Euros. There are also tex-mex, Chinese and various other flavours to indulge in.
The nightlife in the holiday resort of Lloret de Mar is exhilarating, its hundreds of bars and 30-odd nightclubs pulsating all night, particularly along the Avinguda Just Marles I Vilarrodona strip of the old town. Night owls who stroll along here in the late evening are accosted by touts offering free tickets and drinks vouchers for the clubs, and partying here can be as cheap as it is lively. Among the more popular clubs and pubs are Bumpers, renowned for its Caribbean cocktails and glass dance floor; Moby's, where karaoke is the popular entertainment; and Tropics, the biggest and best night-spot in town where guest DJs rock the night with a mix of house, rock and trance music enhanced with laser lights and foam. Families opt for friendly "home-style" pubs in the suburb of Fenals, where kids are entertained and the favourite English soap operas are screened.
There are a multitude of shops and markets to choose from in Lloret de Mar, and plenty of time for holidaymakers to browse. The main shopping enclaves, from malls to small kiosks, are centred in the streets behind the waterfront. Wares tend to be touristy items, from souvenirs to bathing suits, and prices are generally reasonable although quality may be lacking. Some of the smaller shops close in the early afternoon hours and on Sundays, but in general visitors can shop happily from around 9am until late at night any day of the week during the busy summer season. The traditional local market is held every Tuesday on the Carrer dels Mestres, and there is a municipal market every weekday in the Carrer Senia del Rabic and Carrer Verge de Loreto.
The beach is comparatively small and becomes very over-crowded in the height of the season.
Plug TypeVoltage 220V 50Hz
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Hotel address : AVENIDA JUST MARLES,21-23, Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain, 17310
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