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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
Cala Grande hotel is a very modern and nice hotel. Rooms are big and very clean. They have 2 pools, one of them for children. Both are very nice although they have thought about design and not about security. Pools are surrounded by marble floor...More
Stayed for 7 days at the end of July. Interconnecting rooms were a bonus and immaculately clean. The super-king size beds were wonderfully comfortable so we slept very well. The balcony was ideal for catching the morning sun and a place of retreat when the...More
We had a great stay at cala grande for our anniversary. We stayed in the suite, which had a massive balcony with an outdoor hot tub with stunning views of the sea and surrounding hills. If you want to splash out a little then this...More
The hotel is quite new and well maintained. Staff was very nice and welcoming. Rooms are really nice. Considering that we were apparently the only people in the hotel we would have expected a free upgrade. We would have been really happy. However, a few...More
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Hi there. The place has a nice spa, and the beautiful cove of San Pedro is just at one hour walk from the hotel. To the South, more or less same distance, is Rodalquilar's Playazo beach and the castle of San Ramón. Las... More
Hi there. The place has a nice spa, and the beautiful cove of San Pedro is just at one hour walk from the hotel. To the South, more or less same distance, is Rodalquilar's Playazo beach and the castle of San Ramón. Las Negras is a small village for 2-3 days stay, if you are going to stay for a longer time, maybe you should get info about transportation to visit the villages around, like Rodalquilar or Agua Amarga. Good trip!