Buffet breakfast with English cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner with vegetarian option. All Inclusive is available until October 2015.
Beer, wine, soft drinks and water with lunch and dinner and house wine, sangria, soft drinks, water, coffee, tea, national beers and spirits for adults.
Snacks, afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits. Ice-cream until 18.00.
These cosy double rooms feature warm tones and simple furnishings, and there's a balcony for that bit of extra space. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, and a TV included. To let you know, these double rooms sleep 2 at the most.
These cosy double rooms feature warm tones and simple furnishings, and there's a balcony for that bit of extra space. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, and a TV included. These double rooms sleep 3, with an extra bed.
I'll start with the positive and that is the reception and bar staff. They could not do enough for us and were always very pleasant. The bar staff were great with the kids making them kids cocktails etc.
The hotel was clean and to be honest that is about as positive a comment I could leave. We booked a family room with a sea view and the room was fine apart from the bunk beds. This seemed to be some sort of sofa bunk bed and there was no ladder to get to the top bunk, you are expected to just clamber up. My 10 year old son slept on this and he fell twice trying to get to bed.
The walls in the room are paper thin at best. With the in room TV's being wall mounted you could hear every single word of whatever channel the guests at each side of you were watching. This could be put up with as most nights it seemed to end at midnight but then you could hear them going to the toilet (actually hear them) and snoring there heads of all night it becomes an irritation
The food was as to be expected from all-inclusive and wasn't to bad to be honest however there was not very much for kids and it could have done with being a bit warmer.
The entertainment was very Spanish orientated (due to the time of year) which didn't bother us. What did bother us was the fact that very little was translated and that the entertainment was cancelled/delayed for 3 days out of the 7 due to the Spanish guests wanting to watch the football. This is all well and good but not what I would expect from an entertainment team.
This is not a hotel that I would recommend or go back to.More
,,Very good''hotel, but.....
Staff in THE BAR is not very pleasant. Not helpful either.They do serve drinks and food but they seem like they don't want to serve them, especially alcohol drinks- we bought all inclusive. We are not family, who drink a lot, but we wanted to test different drinks- as we were first time in Spain.
Service in Restaurant, where we eat all meals very nice and helpful.
Also more music should be played in the swimming pool area.
Agnes K, 186604
Very quiet hotel, staff were amazing we made friends with all of them, entertainment also amazing. Went all inclusive and the food was fantastic!! Rooms spotless and very good location. Loads of stuff to do such as competitions and water polo in the pool. Had such a lovley holiday here. 110% would return More
Nice hotel in a great location
We stayed here for a week in early September 2015 as a couple and had a really nice time. Very close to the centre of Calella and only a short walk to the beach, it was in a great location and we never had to get taxis or anything, as Calella is lovely to walk around and feels very safe at night. The food was average but adequate, they did have a few themed nights to mix it up which was good. I am a bit of a fussy eater with quite a few intolerances, but I always found something to eat. Surrounding area has plenty of pubs, supermarkets and bars. Felt very family friendly and indeed most of the other guests were families with children, although there were a few other young couples and groups of friends so we didn't feel completely out of place! Our room was on an upper floor but the lift was fine. You either have sea/pool views or mountain views here so can't really lose, but we were lucky and had a room on the side which had a bit of both!
There was entertainment during the day including dance classes, games and outings, and separate entertainment and activities for children. The evening entertainment is a bit more child oriented we found, although we did stay for the bingo once or twice, and on our last night there they had a professional dance show which was enjoyable. There are bikes available to rent from the hotel which we made use of one day and cycled to Sant Pol de Mar along the coast and back, I'd really recommend that if you enjoy cycling as it is such a gorgeous route along the coastline with a cycle path almost the entire way. We paid for the Wi-Fi for 3 nights and it was fine, fairly good signal although be aware you can only use one device at a time unless you pay for more.
If you are flying into Barcelona as we did, there is a sea-front train which goes from the airport directly to Calella station (You might have to change once in Barcelona central depending on the train you get on, but it is very simple, even for non-Spanish speakers as we were). It's much cheaper and not much longer than a taxi or bus transfer, and the views along the coastline are stunning! We went back to Barcelona on a day trip using the same train, and also went along to Pineda del Mar and Santa Susanna for much less than the cost of an organised trip.More
Nice friendly hotel
Great location, near to the centre of Calella, shops, bars etc, but not to near that your hear any noise. 10 minutes to a lovely beach .Hotel was nice & clean, rooms were cleaned & towels changed daily if required. Excellent Variety at all meal times, we all found something to eat at all times and the poolside snack bar was very good. Will return.More