Take a look at the best boutique hotels in Lloret de Mar.

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Sant Pere del Bosc Hotel & Spa

Lloret de Mar, Catalonia, Spain

The four-pearl Sant Pere del Bosc Hotel & Spa offers a relaxed and elegant atmosphere among the forests above Lloret de Mar. The Catalan monastery-like hotel is a 20-minute drive from the heart of Lloret del Mar and its beaches, making this a property that caters to travelers with cars who prefer to primarily relax on-site. The 19 elegant rooms are individually decorated and spacious with stocked mini-fridges and some sea views, but they lack coffee- and tea-making facilities. A restaurant with a continental breakfast buffet, pool, and spa allow guests to stay entertained without having to leave the property. Hotel Acacias Suites & Spa is a good alternative for couples who want a hotel with a gym and a location closer to the beaches and city center. 

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Astoria Park

Lloret de Mar, Catalonia, Spain

The Astoria Park is a small upper-middle-range hotel centrally located in Lloret de Mar. Room decor is a little generic and basic, but all units have balconies, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Many feature jetted tubs. There’s a solid buffet restaurant with outdoor seating, and a lobby bar with a few computers. But the highlight here is arguably the rooftop heated pool complete with a sauna, a steam room and two whirlpools. The hotel’s proximity to the beach doesn’t hurt either.

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Hotel Acacias Suites & Spa

Lloret de Mar, Catalonia, Spain

The upper-middle-range Hotel Acacias Suites & Spa has a walkable location on the edge of Lloret de Mar, five minutes from the beach. The hotel consists of two buildings -- the older building was last renovated in 2004, and its rooms and public spaces need an update. Standard Rooms include flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, and mini-fridges. Apartments and Suites are in the newer part of the hotel, and come with full kitchens, whirlpools, and cardio equipment. Be aware that breakfast and in-room Wi-Fi come with a fee, and guests must pay to use the spa, whose features include an indoor pool, hot tub, gym, and sauna. A small aboveground outdoor pool is open in the summer. Standard Rooms can only be booked in the busy season (between spring and fall), while Apartments and Suites are available year-round. The on-site restaurant is open only in peak season. Travelers could also consider Hotel Anabel, which offers nicer rooms, free use of the spa, and free Wi-Fi throughout.