La Indiana de Begur: Simple sumptuousness
Text: Gerard Plana | Photos: La Indiana De Begur
You may have heard that the town of Begur and the island of Cuba have a lot in common. In the 19th century, many of the Spanish emigrated to the Caribbean looking for fortune, and came back as wealthy traders. They were the so-called ‘indians’, and Begur’s streets and inhabitants carry a huge footprint of the Indian’s culture.
Among its cosy, colonial houses stands La Indiana de Begur, a beautiful boutique hotel designed to share the spirit of the Empordà region with you. Its owners, Mario Suris and Laura Garcia, have taken care of everything down to the smallest detail so that you can find yourself in a worriless state-of-mind in this unmissable, adults-only colonial house right in the heart of beautiful Begur.
Start your day feeling completely revitalised, waking up in a super king-size bed, with a mattress made of natural fibres, South-African cotton and Australian wool. Take a warm shower and spoil yourself with unique and personalised amenities, soaps, oils and creams, made especially for La Indiana de Begur. Whenever you feel like it, ask for your homemade breakfast and have it either in your room or on the picturesque terrace. All the products are local, fresh and delicious. And don’t hesitate to make any special request, as this ‘petit’ boutique hotel happily does all it takes to become your second home.
The cherry on the top of this marvelous hotel is its rooftop’s private chill-out area. After a pleasant massage, enjoy a private bath in the hot tub with a glass of Cava, while the castle of Begur lights up and the starry night enchants in the sky above you.
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