A place for relaxation
Surrounded by nature and located in the heart of Empordà, Hotel Albons is a hotel with true charm. It is located in one of the most beautiful and attractive places in the Baix Empordà, an ideal enclave with views that stretch to Cap de Creus.
The contemporary architecture of the Hotel was designed by the architects Pigem, Aranda and Vilata. Thanks to its original concepts and modern and innovative forms that harmonize the landscape, Albons Hotel received the Fad award for architecture and interior design.
The hotel has a magnificent swimming pool overlooking the bay of Roses surrounded by a rural environment near the stunning beaches of Costa Brava. The double rooms are spacious and comfortable. The rooms on the first floor and the 3 suites have direct access to the pool garden. The remaining units are distributed among the second and third floors and have terraces with spectacular views over the Empordà plain.
How to arrive
An ideal location
All kinds of leisure activities are organized for our guests at Albons Hotel, such as excursions; golf and cooking classes; boat trips; winery tours; bike tours through beautiful Aiguamolls Natural Park; and cultural visits, such as the emblematic Dalí museum located in Figueres.
- Half an hour from Albons Hotel we can find
the ruins of Empúries. A must-see visit for
history-loving travelers visiting Costa Brava.
The Ruins of Empúries
Aiguamolls del Empordà Natural Park
- A bike is the perfect travel method for an outing
along the "Ruta de los Estanques''.
- The museum is located in Figueras, situated
just twenty minutes by car from the Hotel.
Golf classes in Empordà
- Empordà Golf
- Golf Platja de Pals
- TorreMirona Golf Club
- Perelada Club de Golf
Castell de Perelada
- The castle houses a hotel complex and
is also famous for its Classical Music Festival,
wine cellar, casino and museum-library,
among many other things.
- An historic and charming city
Salvador Dalí's house
- Do not miss Dalí's museum house in
Portlligat (Cadaqués). You will be able to
see the workshop where the artist painted
and other curiosities.