Welcome to Fornalutx Petit Hotel, your Fornalutx “home away from home.” Fornalutx Petit Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and Fornalutx Petit Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including currency exchange and outdoor furniture. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Fornalutx has plenty of Spanish restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Can Nantuna, Es Turo, and La Cuina d'en Marc, which are serving up some great dishes.
Fornalutx Petit Hotel puts the best of Fornalutx at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
In my opinion it is expensive for the price (because of the old and dirty carpets, squeaking doors, mouldy plastic shower curtains, non-working fridge that spoilt our baby food, etc) but so far so good. What was extremely disappointing and offensive is how the story continues. The last night we started smelling in the hall something toxic as our throat was itchy when we breathed that thing. We were feeling very antsy as we had our 8 months baby in the room and we could not find where this was coming from. We wanted to leave that place. We called the owner who did not have the dignity to show up instead she sent one of his employees who was not able to find the root of the problem. I finally found out that there was a hidden mattress down the stairs. The mattress was covered with blankets, leaning against a wall lamp AND BURNING!! next to our baby room. Obviously we couldn’t sleep. On the next day the owner came and told me: “that’s very cool that we are all doing well, thanks!” I was so furious that I left leaving behind a debt of 39EUR (parking and a minor tax) that I refused to pay. Instead of reimbursing the terrible stay and thanking for preventing the hotel (and people) from getting burned, can you believe that 30mins later they charged me that amount?!? CALL TO ACTION, if something similar happens to you (I hope not) stay calm and ask for the COMPLAIN FORM. Should have I done this, would the hotel be closed by now. PS: the girls, service team, were very sweet.…
As part of a walking holiday there was no choice in selecting this guest-house and I had read the mixed reviews so paid to upgrade to the Chapel suite - the best room for 3 nights. This guesthouse is in a beautiful village, the setting is very beautiful and views from the balcony and terrace at breakfast are amazing. We had a great welcome by Celine who was very helpful our entire stay and a real asset to the place. The Chapel suite is on the ground floor so we did hear a bit of noise above us and from the reception area on occasion. The room was very tired and dusty in places, not all of the lights worked and some basic repairs to the door handles are needed. The shower is very basic over the bath. The bed was comfortable and view from the balcony unbeatable. Breakfast was OK. The packed lunch included one day was very poor, we left it behind and opted for a visit to a wonderful bakery around the corner. Fornalutx itself was lovely but we would not stay here again unless there had been a makeover. It was very expensive for a guest house. The potential for it to be excellent is there.…
We have just returned home after 11 fabulous days. The Petit Hotel is charmingly rustic with the most stunning views of the mountains. I have read some of the reviews and it seems the hotel hasn't delivered on some peoples expectations. My husband and I were very happy with our balcony room, it was quiet, clean and beds very comfortable, yes it's true that the hotel could do with a little tlc but other than that it is very quaint, quiet and completely met our needs. Breakfast was good and staff very helpful. We had a lovely break.
On the evidence of this place, travellers need to be wary of the phrase "Boutique hotel". Quaint & Charming - yes. But this does not outweigh shabby rooms, mismatched cheap furniture, dusty dark common areas, and wafer - thin walls. The staff were lovely, and could not have been more helpful or pleasant. The same girl who put a full shift on reception was there in the morning single handedly preparing breakfast. The pool - I didn't see anyone use what could only be described as a large bath.
I would like to thank everyone at the Petit Hotel for making my stay so comfortable and enjoyable. The position of the hotel is idillic, right slap bang in a beautiful mountain range. The real star of the show is the outside on the balcony area where you have breakfast . The views are just stunning. Breakfast is plentiful and more than adequate: cereals, cooked breakfast, and a variety of cheese and cold meats. You won’t go hungry. There is no restaurant in the hotel, but do not let this deter any visitor as there are a host of excellent eating establishments within easy walking distance to feed you and at a range of prices. During the day you can order tapas prepared in hotel, see the main desk, and if required a picnic for any long walks or day trip. I found my room to be very clean on arrival and that the staff did an excellent job in keeping it in good order during the week. Overall I found the customer service to be top notch, if you should experience a problem or need advice on the area Celine will be delighted to help you. Because the hotel is a very old building and historic it does not have a lift and you may have several flights of stairs to walk up to get to your room. If this does potentially present you with a problem talk to the staff before making a reservation. Would I return? The answer is yes, the hotel has a beautiful rustic charm and great customer service.…