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This hotel is graded as 4 star, the external decoration is crumbling and in very poor order. There is sea gull droppings every where. There is insufficient parking resulting in having to walk some distance back to the hotel. If you have booked for breakfast...More
Superb view of the sunrise every morning made this holiday extra special.The hotel was clean and homely and the staff were very helpful especially Kevin.Can't wait to go back to see the new refurbishments.
Superb hotel, even though the exterior now looks very shabby - but its due for a planned refurb very soon, so we were happy to make allowances.
The room we had on a deal, deluxe, sea facing with (tiny) balcony was excellent and we were...More
The hotel is much better inside than the look from the approach, if you had to sit on a rock through the winter with Atlantic storms battering you you'd look tied. The inside is good, clean and the food is good. The pool although small...More
The Caleta is a great place to stay on Gibraltar. The outside, from the road, does resemble a concrete works but the inside is luxury. Plus it being right by the beach, it has many terraces overlooking the sea - a perfect place to watch...More
US$ 130 - US$ 278 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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Response from thimble95 | Reviewed this property |
I think when we were there in May it was about £15 but you could E mail the hotel to ask but you are better off going into town as it is a lot cheaper to eat in the town and the bus stops right outside the hotel
Mad as it sounds, don't prebook a taxi - they charge extra for the privilege. It's the taxi authority that charge, not the hotel or the taxi operator. Just give yourself half an hour or so before you need it and reception... More
Mad as it sounds, don't prebook a taxi - they charge extra for the privilege. It's the taxi authority that charge, not the hotel or the taxi operator. Just give yourself half an hour or so before you need it and reception will ring for one. As previous answers, I think I paid around a tenner - but they play the Spanish trick of charging for luggage: as soon as that boot opens to put in a suitcase, it's an extra couple of quid.
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"Ask for a sea view, Balconys facing the Rock can be visited by the Apes."