Hotel Costa Blanca

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Este simples hotel, pode encontrar-se em Playa Santa Lucia. Aqueles que desejam escapar da agitação da rotina diária vão encontrar paz e tranquilidade neste alojamento. A ligação Wi-Fi à internet está disponível nas áreas públicas. A receção está aberta o dia todo. Esteimóvel não dispõe de berços me...

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Este simples hotel, pode encontrar-se em Playa Santa Lucia. Aqueles que desejam escapar da agitação da rotina diária vão encontrar paz e tranquilidade neste alojamento. A ligação Wi-Fi à internet está disponível nas áreas públicas. A receção está aberta o dia todo. Esteimóvel não dispõe de berços mesmo quando solicitados. Este estabelecimento não é amigo dos animais. O alojamento reserva-se o direito de cobrar uma taxa por alguns destes serviços.

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

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    3

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Costa Blanca

Avaliou em 25 de abril de 2017

Small quaint and clean. Perfect for relaxation. You are able to rent the rooms with or without meal plan and or drink plans. Approximently 100 metres from the sea. Its a nice place to meet locals and Armando is there to see you have a great time.

olddoll

They allowed me to rent a room this time. Not bad.

Avaliou em 6 de janeiro de 2015

Back in last April I reviewed this place saying that I was not allowed to check in as I was a tourist. However this time was very different. They did allow me to check in with my Cuban friend with no hassle. This might be because I was not wearing a hotel bracelet as gran club no longer gives those. Compared to the other Cuban hotel at the other end of town I'd say its similar only that this has a pool, but not nearly as many channels on the TV. I think there was only 2 and I think they were both Spanish. Yes breakfast was included but I must say that it was by far the most greasiest omelet and possible greasiest food of any type I have ever eaten.

cndguy25

No longer renting to tourists from the resorts.

Avaliou em 22 de abril de 2014

In December I took a little tour of this place and was told the price which was $30/night which included breakfast I believe. But when I just returned a week ago and went to get a room with a Cuban friend, I was told by the gentleman at the front desk that a new law had been passed that does not allow tourists from the resorts to rent rooms, and because I was wearing my resort bracelet I could not rent a room.

cndguy25

Beware of the positive reviews in guides!

Avaliou em 10 de setembro de 2011

First the good: As described in some guidebooks, it is a "new" hotel, with the biggest beds we have seen in Cuba (length and width), that were by far the most comfortable, and the biggest rooms we have seen in Cuba and a well maintained, completely clean bathroom. We stayed here because of the good and positive reviews in several guidebooks, and at first glance, it looked like it was exactly as described. Now the reality: The doors are metal frame with lamellas, like the kind of "door" you get in cabins at the beach. Noise naturally is not stopped by such a door, we could hear everything that happened in the corridor. Since at check-in we were informed that there was only 1 other room booked, that sounded like not too big a deal. We went to bed around 10 PM, and heard the TV from the reception until around 10:20. Then all quiet, until around 11 PM. Lots of noise in the hall, guessing it was the other guests arriving. About 15 minutes later became clear that this hotel in fact is a totally different kind of hotel, not catering to "normal" tourist. We had read prostitution was forbidden in Cuba, we were served a whole night of banging and screaming, no one at the reception (while it was supposed to be manned 24/7) and no response on the phone. Banging and screaming went on until 5 AM, from what we could make up different guys, one women. We had earplugs, but didn't dare use them in case something would happen (trying to break into our room, no one at reception, prostitution while in cuba forbidden, we were scared!!) When at 6 AM the next personnel shift started, again, plenty of noise in the corridor. We went to complain, tons of apologies, but they couldn't refund our night - standard in Cuba. They offered us breakfast, and while food in Cuba sometimes is not much to write home about, here, it was a total disgrace worth being warned about. The bread we received had mold, they didn't have any fruit, the coffee was cold. Just before leaving we see 4 guys and one women get out of the hotel, dressed up like they're just coming home from an early 1970's party. Disgusting is the only word that could come close to describing. In short, stay away from this hotel. The guidebooks may rave about this hotel, we went to this hotel based on guidebooks recommendations and we had the worst night we have ever had on any trip. Be warned!

LuckyLuke_wine

Hotel pésimo

Avaliou em 25 de maio de 2018

No tiene TV por cable. No tiene agua caliente. Serios problemas de filtración cuando llueve en todas las habitaciones. Ademas existen problemas entre directivos y trabajadores del hotel. Los directivos no resuelven los problemas

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