Location : beachfront, and 4 km. away from Mojácar. Accommodation: 308 bedrooms with air-conditioning, telephone, safe box (optional), fully equipped bathroom, TV, terrace/balcony overlooking the sea. Facilities and Services: Garden, outdoor Jacuzzi, hairdresser's, swimming pool, TV room, game room, tennis, gymnasium, Turkish bath, sauna (optional), billiard, restaurant and bar by the pool. Catering: Buffet. Additional Information: No pets allowed. Sport facilities in the surroundings. The distribution of the Hotel in all rooms is 2 queen size beds 1.35m (additional or extra bed are not allowable).
Distance to city centre 7km
Distance to beach 0.05km
Distance to airport 70km
Address: 0034950478001, Paseo del Mediterráneo, 1, 1, Mojácar, Spain
Mojacar, Costa de Almeria, Spain
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Great hotel right on the sandy beach
Food good with lots of choices catering for all tastes
Themed food nights were good
Lots of Spanish people there so meals in general were later on (as was entertainment)
Big square to watch entertainment, bit weird as most was in Spanish (but a nice change to always being in English)
Shops around the square
Two pools, kids one at top was a mini water park
Had full bowling alley and video games.
Wasn't that many nearby restaurants
Hotel built on a slant
Would visit again defo.
In a lovely area if you like it quiete with nothing much around you, couple of terrible shops but a delightful ice cream palour, the hotel itself was ok, needs a bit upgrading, the lobby/reception leaves a lot to be desired, and outside was always full of cigarette butts, very off putting, but the rooms were fine, we had a sea view,which was lovely, the pool area is drab, needs really overhauled, and always messy as cafeteria was beside it, lots of open space which im sure they could do something with, the food was pretty good, always found something, and there was a guy cooking fresh food every day on the grill etc, lots of all the usual food aswell, you wont go hungry, the drinks if not all inclusive are expensive, 1.70euro for a small bottle of water is a bit ridiculous, would i stay again in the hotel, YES, but probably wouldnt go back to Mojacar, nothing there, no focal point, scenery lovely , 7km of walkway, very clean, some lovely restuarant 2500 metres from hotel which is a good 45 mins stroll, and the beaches at that end are not as good as one outside the hotel, but only 35 sunbeds, but beach doesnt get busy we were told, and the locals fetch there own brollies and towels, beach was quiete. heaven really, entertainment in the hotel was loud and brash, with lots of bingo etc, not exactly ideal for everyone, the staff were friendly which was nice, our towels were changed all the time, and the hotel was not nosey, all these are pluses for us.
First time to this resort and liked it.
The hotel was clean and the food very good if not a little too cold for our liking. The choices were excellent considering what we paid for this holiday.
We asked for a quiet room on the top floor and reception did not fail us. It was perfect. Thank you Irene.
The room it's self was nicely appointed and clean. The ladies servicing the room were very nice and friendly
As other reports have said, the hotel is opposite the beach and next to the bus stop to take us to Majacar and Vera.
The only down side was the small pool but there is a large garden area with trees and umbrellas and a Jacuzzi plus a nice beach and the Mediterranean across the road.
The hotel is very Spanish and the clientele can get rather loud in the restaurant at busy times but when in Spain and all that. It added to the holiday experience.
Overall a very enjoyable holiday. Thank you and all your staff