During the 1950s, tourism began to grow exponentially in Lloret de Mar. In 1959, Loreto Comas and Narcís Taulina, aware of this trend, decided to open the bar-pension Ca l'Onclet, a humble business focused on offering daily menus to workers in the area.
Hotel Acapulco Lloret
The great success they achieved was the seed of the beginning of a new great project, the construction of the Hotel Acapulco Lloret, together with their children, Rosa and Miquel, and their partners; Vicenç and Dolors. The hotel first opened its doors on April 27, 1970 with a total of 90 rooms.
Tourism in the 1980s moved by coach. The family saw an opportunity to open a hot dog and sandwich bar at the hotel's entrance, the Dallas. At this time, the hotel already had 180 rooms, double since it opened. During this decade, the third generation began to run through the hotel: Jordi, Montse and Damià.
In 1995, the hotel made the category jump to 3 stars, thus certifying our commitment to quality. During the 1990s, the third generation began working at the hotel helping different departments.
Bigger and bigger
Familiarity has been and continues to be the essence of the hotel. The ability to adapt, continuous improvement and detail for the little things are the cornerstone of the current business model. In 2005, 12 rooms were added on the sixth floor and 6 apartments.
Third generation and 4* category
With the consolidation of the third generation as the management team, Hotel Acapulco Lloret reached the 4 star category in 2012, after reforming 40% of the hotel rooms. The current business model is based on the constant improvement of the facilities and the continuous training of the staff.
Comprehensive reform of common areas
In 2020, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Hotel Acapulco Lloret, a comprehensive reform of the hotel's common areas was carried out.
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