Two ocean-view pools steal the show at this grand hotel. The entertainment is well worth staying in for, too.
There’s a colonial feel to this stylish hotel, with its high ceilings and dark-wood detail. But the first thing you’re likely to notice is the ocean view – it’s particularly impressive from the two lagoon pools.
A mix of local and international dishes makes the menu in the buffet restaurant, while the entertainment features everything from piano music to flamenco dancing. The nearest beach and bars are only a 10-minute walk away.
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Stylish holidays just for adults
- Contemporary style
- Top dining scenes
- Great settings
- A focus on wellbeing
- Low-key entertainment
- Attentive service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
The lagoon-style pools come with sunbeds and parasols dotted around the surrounding sun terraces. There are tropical trees on the terraces providing that bit of extra shade, plus there's a whirlpool bath too. Pool towels are available.
La Caleta buffet restaurant
You'll get breakfast and dinner here at the buffet restaurant. There's themed nights twice a week, weekly gala buffets and show cooking, where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of you. Dinner is between 6pm and 9pm in winter. Special dietary requirements can be catered for if reception are advised at least 48 hours in advance. If you'd like an à la carte item that isn't available from the buffet, a charge will apply. Just so you know, gentlemen will need to wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
Pamper yourself with the range of luxuries on offer at the spa. With a variety of beauty treatments to choose from, you can pick from mud treatments and massages. There's also a sauna, whirlpool bath, Turkish bath and jet showers. If it's a special occasion or you'd just like to treat yourself, choose from the range of services at the hairdressers.
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Single Room with Balcony
Single rooms are warm and smart - they're fully air-conditioned for those warms days too. There's outside space - you'll have a balcony and you're right by the seaside. You'll also find bathrobes, direct dial telephone, hairdryer, minibar and satellite TV.
Premium Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These premium twin rooms are smart and elegant with lots of natural light provided from the patio doors - beyond these doors you'll find a balcony with a sea view. Inside your room will be kept cool with air-conditioning plus you'll have bathrobes and slippers provided.
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natura palace hotel.
Loved the hotel, ideal for those who need peace and quiet as it was adults only, no children jumping in pool. Food was gorgeous so no complaints there. Only thing was carpets on floor outside our rooms did need replacingMore
fantastic hotel. superb location. brilliant food very friendly and helpful staff. Third visit and wish we could go back tomorrow. Special thanks and appreciation for "Jenny"-wonderful cleaner, "Stephanie and Shirley" at reception-multilingual, so professional and so helpful. A credit to "Eva" and her management team loved the the little extras ie water, squash safe (no charge) in room. Shirley and David vennMore
My wife and I stayed for one week in May on half board in a superior sea view room. Having previously stayed in Playa Blanca at rival hotels we were keen to try the Natura Palace once it became adult only. The hotel is spacious with large reception and sitting spaces in a large vaulted ceiling entrance. The dining room has a central garden area, behind glass panels, which is pleasant to sit next to. Gardens are also extensive with various sports facilities, although some did not seem available for use. The rooms are large, fully equipped with fridge, tea and coffee making and in our room at least a balcony which was very spacious. Meals are good, the choice is excellent if you like seafood, with typically at least three, often more, choices, including lots of different fish and crab and various sized prawns. The staff are friendly and helpful. At all times and will do whatever to ensure your holiday stay is an enjoyable one. One criticism I was going to voice was the lack of shade around the pool, however near the end of our stay many parasols were delivered and fitted by the sunbeds. So now between the palm trees and parasols there is as much shade as anyone could need. Overall the Natura Palace is as good as its nearest adults only hotels we have used previously. Maybe better due to the outstanding staff.More
Just home from two week holiday in Natura Palace. Could not fault this hotel in any way We had a lovely room on first floor. Very comfortable bed and two comfortable "tub" chairs. Kettle in room and tea and coffee replenished every day. Shower gel and shampoo also topped up as required. All staff very friendly. We found the food to be very good and plenty of choice. Service in restaurant was also excellent.More
we would return- no problem
My wife and myself, have just returned from the Natura Palace, after a week (04th - 11th June), From our arrival to our departure, we found the members of staff ,from Management, Reception,Waiters,Bar Staff, and the Room Cleaners, efficient and courteous. We were met on arrival with a friendly greeting, and glass of Carva. Our room was on the first floor, with a nice view of the sea.we were also provided with fruit, juice and water,also,dressing gowns,and slippers.There was a mini bar contents which had to be paid for, and a safe, which was free.Our room was cleaned daily, with a change of towels also on a daily basis. Pool towels were provided at reception, free, and could be changed every couple of days. Food in the restaurant was varied to suit all tastes. The only criticism, we found, was that the same foods were not kept together, resulting in a lot of walking about aim lessly with plates of food. Sunbeds were plentiful, and we had no problem for the whole week. Parasols were in short supply around the pool (Salt water pool ) but there was a lot of shaded areas. Entertainment, was good, and not so good, it all depended on what you liked. Outside of the hotel turn left, about a five minute walk, there was a Indian, Greek,and Italian restaurants, plus a sports bar. Across the road from the hotel, was a mini market and a nice pub where you could have a bite to eat, and not to expensive. At the rear of the hotel, a gate will lead you to a promenade which by turning left you could walk to the Harbour (about 40 min walk) or taxi for 5 euro, To sum up we had an enjoyable holiday, and would go back again to the Natura PalaceMore
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