The building that houses the hotel is a Colonial Palace from 1866, an Indian house, cataloged for its historical interest. Built by Bonaventura Caner Bataller, an Indian who emigrated to Cuba with his brother Pedro in 1833. Their initials, B.C.B, can be seen both on the lintel of the entrance door to the hotel, sculpted in stone, and on the entrance gate to the restaurant, wrought in iron. You can walk through Begur following an itinerary along which you can get to know the different Indian houses still standing.
We have converted this beautiful Palace into a Boutique hotel, preserving the original layout and features. And we have decorated it as if it were our home: antiques, vintage furniture, furniture recovered by ourselves.