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Avaliou em 26 de Novembro de 2018
Gostaria de deixar registrado minha satisfação com o Campus Albufera e o Miguel. Ficamos eu e meu marido por uma semana muito agradável, local muito privilegiado, perto da praia, mesmo chovendo e frio, passamos bons dias passeando. O Miguel foi muito simpático, recomendamos a todos! Tudo muito limpo e organizado. Nao tivemos problema nenhum. Voltariamos com certeza!
Avaliou em 10 de Maio de 2019
Travelling through in our motorhome and this is probably the worst site we have stayed at. Tiny parking bay pitches next to a large garden strip used for dog walkers, dogs there most of the time and lots & lots of barking.The one wooden hut (facilities) was very tired and shabby & had dangerously moving access steps and it housed 2 rooms one for the men & one women , in the room a toilet and shower. The floors were swimming! This site hasn't been maintained for a long long time and large groups of very noisy revellers staying there in the 'bungalows' were still enjoying themselves outside sat 3am! Staff helpful but elusive. Never again.
Great place for adventurers wanting to learn Spanish near the beach
Avaliou em 23 de Junho de 2018
A great place to learn Spanish in Spain (the favorite and one of the best if not the best
vacation countries in the world). Spanish people are in general very friendly. I have been visiting Escuela Albufera for more than 3 month totally since 2014 so know this place very well. I have always had a really great time there. Meeting every week new people from all over the world (Russia, Scandinavia, Germany, France, Italy, ...) with whom you will together learn Spanish. You have the beach at walking distance. A very large swimming pool free at your disposal. Very good Spanish lessons. Valencia which is a nice city is about 30 minutes away by bus. You can go out in the evening to discos in Valencia. The food in restaurants supplied is usually abundant and not expensive. Visiting Escuela Albufera will be a really great time for adventurers.
Avoid at all cost
Avaliou em 6 de Abril de 2018
So where to start. They said in the email that they would be open from 2pm. So we pitch up at 2pm. No one there it's locked up. So we call the number on the email. A man answers not Maria and tells us he'll be with us shortly.
So 10 minutes later he arrives and he can't speak English or so he says! So we manage to check-in, he forgets to return our passport after photocopying so we have to call him again because he's not in reception. He showed us the room. We had booked a room for one person, our daughter and she was going to attend the Spanish school for a week. We were surprised by the size of the cabin. There were 3 rooms in the cabin, two very small ones downstairs and a bigger one for the teacher upstairs. We discover there was no loo roll, no lock on her bedroom door or on the main cabin door. When asked the man replies they don't use them for security purposes, surely security is improved with locks for the doors. Also the accommodation was mixed, thankfully a woman was sharing the cabin with a room adjacent to our daughter's but upstairs was a male teacher, he tried to pacify us by explaining that the man was gay!
My husband and I didn't stay in El Saler, we were supposed to travel to Formentara. We never reached Formentara we were called back by our daughter. So we cut our holiday short and came back the next day and booked a hotel in Valencia for us all to stay in for the remainder of the week.
The school is a sham, no structure, no organisation, no communication they said my daughter would get 15 hours of tuition, but she left with two hours on Monday, Wednesday and a test on Thursday, so a total of 4 hours. Our daughter also discovered she was the only student for the Spanish school, no other participants, This had not been conveyed to us otherwise we would have cancelled.
So in hindsight we should have cancelled and known there was something fishy about the whole thing. Alarm bells should have been ringing when they didn't reply to any of our queries sent to them via email.
I would advise you to avoid this whole establishment at all costs. I would stick to Easter revision back home.
Avaliou em 4 de Abril de 2018
My wife amd I were at the campus for a Spanish course. Although the bungalow in which we stayed was rather simple (and cold) we had a great time. The lessons given by Angelo were very pleasant, so we learned the first basics of Spanish and made new friends with the other students. Angelo gave also a dancelesson. There is a bar with very reasonable prices. Service is ok, but don't expect all kinds of extras.
If you stay at the campus don't forget the daily yoga class. It's for free and teacher Chris (from Belgium) gives you her Indian inspired relaxhour in the morning. Namasté.