Four places to stay in Girona

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PALAU DELS ALEMANYS

From £147 per night; al­lot­ja­mentsin­gu­lar.com/ palau-dels-alemanys/

A mi­nus­cule (three-room) apartho­tel set on an an­cient, nar­row side street, with a level of lux­ury and style to match most five-stars. It has a tiny lobby bar and a charm­ing pa­tio with a sec­tion of a Ro­man wall.

HO­TEL HIS­TORIC From £87 per night; hotel­his­toric.com

Ho­tel Històric is on a me­dieval street just a stone’s throw from Girona’s im­pres­sive cathe­dral. Though within five

MONTJUIC B&B From £95 per night; mon­tjuicbb.com

The stylish decor at this guest house – on a hill­top just above Girona Old Town – is more bou­tique ho­tel than B&B, but it also feels com­fort­able and homely. The five rooms have pri­vate ter­races with panoramic views of the city, and there’s also a lovely gar­den and smart out­door pool. min­utes’ walk of shops, bars and restau­rants, it’s bliss­fully quiet. Girona sta­tion is about 20 min­utes’ walk away, on the other side of the river. The ho­tel’s foun­da­tions date from Ro­man times, and a roof ter­race looks di­rectly at the cathe­dral.

HO­TEL PENIN­SU­LAR

From £45 per night; hotelpenin­su­largirona.com

— A plain but cheer­ful three-star ho­tel, which makes up for its lack of fa­cil­i­ties and frills with friendly staff and a great lit­tle café. Its 150year his­tory adds to the ap­peal, par­tic­u­larly for lo­cals, who drop in for cof­fee and keep it lively.

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