Kokemuksia Playa Calera -hotellista
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Hotelli oli siisti ja huone siivottiin joka päivä.Kaikki toimi ja hotellin aamiainen oli loistava!!! Suosittelemme hotellia aikuisille matkailijoille jotka arvostavat hyvää ruokaa.Buffet oli monipuolinen. Ainoa miinus oli vastapäätä olevan piano-baarin melu.Se loppui kuitenkin ennen puoltayötä.
Functional and spacious
Apartments are very spacious and paying extra for balcony with sea view was worth it. Kitchen small but well equipped. Souless but clean and comfortable. Only complaint was a charge of approx. 36 euros to use the room safe. Hate hidden extras, also no complimentary shampoo & conditioner- odd to leave these out, especially when they did provide washing up liquid & dish cloth!
Highly recommended, absolutely lovely hotel and staff.
Lovely hotel, very nice staff, we had a room overlooking the sea. We left the doors open at night to listen to the sea rolling over the stoney beach. Shame they don't clear a lot of the stone to make the stamp size beach bigger, There are no beds and brollies to rent at the beach or the one further towards the harbour (didn't go to the nudist one). There are plenty of bars and restaurants although the one at the hotel is very good. Nice sitting area inside and out. Small but tasty choices at breakfast and dinner but enough to chose from, Drinks reasonable, waiter service excellent. True the bar seems to be available at dinner time only but there are bars steps away as is a Spar supermarket and other shops. bedrooms are big, clean and comfortable. When we arrived the restaurant had closed but in our room was 2 plates of food: meat, cheese, salad, fruit, water and biscuits. The little kitchen area is in an alcove and just the job for a brew and snack. Good job we don't watch TV when we're away it was all German. Can't praise the hotel enough for the service, cleanliness and upkeep . The hippies (I hope that's what they call themselves) play drums on the beach as the sun goes down, people sit along the sea wall (and the prom which continues behind the hotel) with wine and beer taking in the beat of the drums and sunset. People(locals and tourist) congregate on the beach, the tiny square, and the bars in the evening. One of the quietest and calmest places we've ever been. Would definitely go back but its a long day of travel to get there. We had a 4.5 hour flight, half hour coach to harbour, 5 hour wait although we went for a meal in Los Christianos and sat on the beach, 2 hour ferry which took us all away around the island then a 15min coach trip. On the way home we had to be up and out for the coach at 5am which took us over the mountain which is an hour and a half journey to catch the 7am ferry which took an hour. Don't know why they couldn't put us on the ferry where we got off on the way there. From ferry it was back to the airport (half hour) then a five hour wait. The ferries are huge affairs with reasonably priced food and toilets but if the "white van" isn't at the harbour to take your suitcase you will have to carry it up 3 flights of steps (the ferry staff will watch you struggle) onto the ferry although there is plenty of room to keep it with you. (If you sail with Fred Olson cases go into lockers on a trailer on the harbour side.) There aren't reps available at all times there or back and you are left with scant instructions. The island is beautiful, we tended to use the local buses which are good and cheap. The island tour is on a Tuesday and we travelled there and home on Tuesdays and the other one was Friday but Tui couldn't book that for whatever reason and when we called in at local booking shop it was shut. There are other trips, hiking whale watching etc. The roads are good and sometimes the views are scary but very scenic.
An Excellent Hotel in a Great Position.
We stayed at the Jardin Tecina a few years ago. Playa Calera is way better. The beach and the rooftop pool seal the deal, and you get a lovely piney smell off the sun-baked decking around the pool. We had a side sea view from our room, which was great. The room was huge and well-equipped with a fridge. Somebody has complained about not being able to get a drink after 22:30. Solution a) go to a bar. Solution b) keep your fridge well-stocked. Solution c) go to a corner shop. The breakfasts were great, especially the scrambled eggs- creamy and soft. The woman on reception looked after us charmingly. There is a garage with convenient free parking. I booked through a well-known travel website, and then I realised that I could save about £150 over 5 days booking direct with the hotel. So I cancelled the website booking. The only snag is that you have to make a money transfer to secure the room for some reason (instead of reserving by credit card), but that wasn't as difficult as I imagined, and I saved a lot of money, and probably got a nicer room. Valle Gran Rey has much more going on than Playa Santiago. There are more restaurants and the beach is loads better. The drive down to the resort is very pretty indeed. You need a car, although there are a handful of restaurants a few yards away from the hotel. CICAR are a good car rental company. They do not charge you for unused petrol. We picked ours up from the port in San Sebastian, and had a scenic drive to Valle Gran Rey. It's a bit of a schlep getting from the UK to Valle Gran Rey, there's no doubt about that. But there are about four ferries a day from Los Cristianos, and places to stay in San Sebastian (or Los Cristianos) if connections aren't too good. Your best bet is to get a bus from Reina Sofia airport to the Los Cristiano bus station, and from there a cab to the port. Go to La Gomera as a foot passenger, pre-book a hire care from the port in La Gomera, and drive to the hotel, which you will have booked direct. In Valle Gran Rey, quite a few well-regarded German owned restaurants shut down over summer. There is a sufficient number of Spanish establishments, including a Cofradia (fishermen's co-operative) on the port to mean that this is of little relevance.
Comfortable and stylish hotel in peaceful location
We stayed here for one week at the end of May. Room - our room was clean and a good size and it was definitely worth upgrading to a side sea view room as we enjoyed sitting on the balcony looking over the square and the beach area. The small kitchenette area had two hot plates, a coffee maker and all the kitchen utensils you could need. Only two small criticisms - 1. The bathroom door doesn't it give much privacy as it is made from partially see-through frosted glass with a gap at the top, 2.The bed is two single mattresses pushed together with a gap in the middle rather than a double bed. Food - We booked half board and the food was reasonable for the price we paid. Breakfast and dinner were both buffet style with all the usual choices you would expect at breakfast. There wasn't a lot of choice at dinner; one meat option, one fish option, a couple of side dishes, one soup and some salad and desserts every night - but the menu did change every night. You can find the current menu in the lift every day. There was usually a short queue at the dinner buffet as it was squeezed in to a very small corner. Drinks with dinner had to be paid for, but they weren't expensive. We ate out a couple of nights as it was good to have a change from the hotel restaurant. Swimming pool area - The rooftop pool area is beautiful and was never overcrowded. Unfortunately, being on the roof, it does get windy so it's not a place where you can comfortably sit for very long. The pool was freezing cold for the first couple of days we were there, but they seemed to turn the heating on after that and it was much pleasanter at the end of the week. Pool towels are provided. All the hotel staff were helpful and friendly and the local area was quiet and relaxed. Just a quick word for anyone travelling with Tui; the ferry transfers were all clearly explained to us along the way, there was somewhere to leave your luggage at the port on the journey to La Gomera (you just need to bring a 1 euro coin for the locker), but it was a long journey home with a 5am pick-up from the hotel and a four hour wait at the airport. This is a small hotel, better suited to people who are looking for a base to explore from than those who want to spend a lot of time in the hotel. If you are looking for somewhere quiet off the beaten track and don't mind the extra travelling to get there then Playa Calera would be a good choice.
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