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Hotel Spa Calagrande

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Calle Navegante 1, 04116 Las Negras Spain
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#2 of 2 hotels in Las Negras
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Rooms have views over the mountains, and all have a flat-screen TV. Cala Grande is surrounded by gardens. The hotel restaurant serves typical regional meals, as well as fresh Mediterranean fish and pasta specials. Hotel Rooms: 44
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Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Outdoor pool
Sauna
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Car hire
Banquet room
Wifi
Breakfast buffet
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Spa
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Baggage storage
Concierge
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
Safe
Minibar
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Ocean view
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Monica L wrote a review Aug 2018
Barcelona, Spain92 contributions45 helpful votes
The hotel is perfect. Located at 5 min walk from the beach and near the center of the town Las Negras ( small, cozy and nice town). Hotel with everything you need, not fancy but nice, clean and the personnel very friendly. Free parking outside. WIFI not very good, SPA (massages and facials) not very good except for Montse, she gives very good massages. Breakfast (bufete) good with most of everything (fresh fruit, breads, ham and cheeses, eggs....). The swimming pool area is nice and it has its own bar with drinks and “ok” fast food, Ice creams. The hotel is clean and I was happily surprised that room cleaning is made the whole day so you can leave the “do not disturb sign” in your door and they will clean the room later. Cleaning ladies very nice and patient (thank you ladys!). Very confortable hotel. Very nice personnel. We will come back.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Franck H wrote a review Jun 2018
Rotterdam, The Netherlands254 contributions214 helpful votes
I stayed here 7 years before with friends and decided to go back with my partner. Design-wise, the hotel is standing the test of time. But if you build an (almost) all-white hotel, you need to be prepared to do a fair bit of maintenance. Unfortunately, that willingness appears to be absent. Too many little stains and damages everywhere (common areas and room), which makes it look like nobody really cares. The bed was comfortable, but the shower wasn't great. Not enough pressure to keep the showerhead from falling down, for example. Our rate included access to the spa, which was clearly marked on the confirmation, but still we had to convince the receptionist it was indeed the case. The spa area in particular feels neglected. A major refresh is in order. We enjoyed it, but wouldn't have if we had paid 25 per person for it. The lady at the spa (I think her name was Montse, but I'm not sure) was delightful. Breakfast was disappointing. Small selection and not very good quality. The overall feeling I left with, is that nobody cares enough about this hotel to keep up the standards. Which is a shame because the design is beautiful.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Eric P wrote a review Jun 2017
Akron, Ohio25 contributions39 helpful votes
The hotel is great. Pool/bar area are great for all ages. The staff were very great with everyone. From the hotel, there are many shops and restaurants in walking distance. Plenty of parking(in June anyway). The local beach isn't great but the best beaches Almeria are less 30 minutes away by car or boat.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Tina W wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom393 contributions105 helpful votes
Just back this morning, celebrating a significant date and also badly needed to unwind and relax after a very stressful month. I'm SO glad we chose this hotel. Where to begin : The Hotel : Beautiful and tranquil, very well designed, ultra modern. We loved it. Plenty of parking outside as well as a garage underground that has a charge of 10 euros per night. Just a short walk into the town and the beach. The outside pool area is just to die for. Four poster sun beds, plenty of sun loungers, great oblong shaped pools. We couldn't bear leaving it for long. Gorgeous to look and sunbathe in. Its the sort of set up you see in a movie and sigh about. It has a pool bar which opens in the late afternoons, and assume this is because late May is still out of season. Reception give you a towel to take out to the pool area. Grounds are very minimalistic. Very chic and well kept. WiFi worked very well in all the communal areas and the especially in the bedroom. The Bedroom : Again, very calming with a beautiful sea view as requested. Great size room with a gigantic bed and a 'pillow menu'. The bathroom was a very good size and well thought out. I loved it. Plenty of storage space with huge wardrobes, great chest of drawers in the room with plenty of space also. Has a small f ridge in the room inside a matching cabinet so no noise from that at all. Fabulous lighting, especially over the bed. The terrace was a good size with a full sized sun lounger. TV had quite a few channels, including an English one. Cleaned to perfection every day with quality bathroom products by pleasant ladies. Plenty of fluffy towels. Air con worked well. Had a problem with the safe but this was fixed straight away. Reception : Lovely staff here, nothing is too much trouble. If you speak a little Spanish then use it. It was very much appreciated. Food : Breakfast was great, loads of choice with good quality meats, fruit, you name it, you can have it. Lots of fresh orange juice, water, teas coffee etc. Loads of jams and marmalades. Hots scrambled egg with mini sausages and bacon was available if you wanted a hot breakfast. I enjoyed making traditional tostadas with tuna and olive oil a lot. We had to stop ourselves eating took much of it. I could have sat there all morning grazing. We ate here every night on a dinner, bed & breakfast deal. The starters were a little different for us but we enjoyed everything we had including the 2 sirloin steaks 1 night, and a fillet the other. Has a reasonably priced wine list too. Servers were lovely and pleasant. Spa : Where to start. Its' gorgeous. Candle lit to the main area. We both had very good massages and used all the facilities beforehand. I loved the salt water pool with the different water features to help ease backs etc The jacuzzi, steam room and sauna were great. Everything is scrupulously clean. I went back upstairs to my room in the robe a very happy and relaxed lady. we ate outside on the 1st night and inside on the 2nd. Las Negras : Lovely little seaside village, pebbly beach for much of it, a few chic chi restaurants and shops. Saw kayaking, divers, and people fishing. Just enough for a 1 -2 night stay personally speaking. The area is very beautiful once you loose the 'greenhouses'. Only used 1 bar in the village, which was great, otherwise we stayed in the hotel and so relaxing. You may gather that I love this hotel ; )))) I'd go back in a heart beat and I am missing it already!!
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Date of stay: May 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JuliaHubbel wrote a review Mar 2017
Eugene, Oregon763 contributions351 helpful votes
This hotel was part of a horse riding package. Not what I would have chosen, not at all. Lots of white marble, use of stones, white lines, the like. My tastes run to family run hostels. My biggest gripe- because my body clock wakes me at 3 am (it just DOES) I went out of my way to explain to the reception that I wanted dinner early and I went to bed at 8. They spoke English. I must have said it four times. This was at 5 pm. Dinner arrived in my room at 8 pm after I had gone to bed. It was a perfect lesson in people's hearing what they want to hear, not what you're saying. The staff does try hard, the breakfast is fine. I can't speak to the dinner. By the time they get around to opening up I am fast asleep. This is a country full of people who cannot imagine eating dinner earlier than 8 pm. It's not in the realm of possibility. So when faced with someone who is trying to explain that this is when I have to go to BED, it simply doesn't compute, so it gets ignored as impossible. So be advised. If your body clock or personal timetable doesn't fit the Spanish version, you might be somewhat challenged here. I was able to coax yogurt and fruit out of the restaurant the second night but don't expect a dinner.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: My room (304) had a lovely view of the sunrise.
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Response from HCDirector, Director General at Hotel Spa Calagrande
Responded 12 Apr 2017
Dear Julia, Thanks for spending your time to evaluate our Hotel. We are sorry for the inconvenience about the dinner, it was a misunderstanding. We always try to make everything our customer ask for. Hoping the rest of your stay had been great. Best regards,
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PRICE RANGE
US$59 - US$234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
SpainAndaluciaProvince of AlmeriaLas Negras
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Spa Calagrande
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Nearby attractions include Bahia De Las Negras (0.3 km), La Bodeguiya (0.3 km), and Chubby's Las Negras (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free wifi, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurante asador argentino "Martín Fierro", Terraza El Molino, and Il Capriccio.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool and a sauna during their stay.
Is Hotel Spa Calagrande located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Las Negras.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Spa Calagrande?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Castillo San Felipe (10.1 km).
Does Hotel Spa Calagrande have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.