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Reviewed 24 August 2015

Hotel Carre Noir has a kind of chilled out grown up Ibiza vibe. The rooms are spotless, as it the rest of the hotel actually. The top part of the hotel is pretty flawless with an amazing view, beautiful round pool etc, the lower part is still good but not quite as high-spec. The nearby beaches are very walkable, the walk back burns a few calories but that's probably a good thing! We didn't have a car or bike and were here for 5 nights, which was just the right amount of time to do not much at all. You might wish to hire a car if you want to go any further than the walkable beaches (taxis are expensive). Perfect start to our honeymoon.

  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank aishag22
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Reviewed 20 August 2015

We were greeted by the receptionist smoking at the entrance to the hotel, not good impression to start with however we were greeted with a smile as she checked us into the hotel and showed us to the room. Upon entering the room you are blown away by the aspect over the bay of Santa Guilla located a few hundred metres away with great balcony to sit and take in the view. The pool which is located on the roof is a round shape and is quite small. Unfortunately several umbrellas were broken and given it was the middle of summer the pool area was not some where to stay for very long as there was limited shade. It could also do with some form of permanent shade structure and some additional day beds and lounges. Music could also enhance the atmosphere as it was quite solemn although some guests would more than likely enjoy that

Room Tip: Any of the rooms under the pool as they have direct views over the bay
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank beejay03sydney
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Reviewed 5 July 2015

This was a very nice hotel, but for the price, I imagine you could find something better - especially if you do not have a FULL sea view.

ROOMS: I had read PossumAdelaideSA's review below regarding the limited seaview for most of the rooms so emailed ahead of time. I don't know if I ended up with the best Superior room or got upgraded but we had an amazing view of the bay of Santa Giulia. Our room was # 102 conveniently located across from the reception area (not right there though) and downstairs from the pool. A/C was pretty good. Shower (no bath). Nice shampoo, conditioner, etc. Pool towels can be borrowed from reception. Rooms are cleaned daily - and really cleaned - like they mopped the floor every single day.

LOCATION: The hotel is in a fine location - about a 10-15 minute drive to town or the beaches (Palombaggia and Tamaricciu). Santa Giulia is much closer.

I think there might be 2 pools but we only swam in one (the circular one). It's small but really nice, beautiful color, clean, perfect temperature. The pool deck (on the roofs of the top rooms) never had more than 2 other people on it. No shade. Lounge chairs, same great sea view that we had from our room (we were right below the pool in Room 102).

BIGGEST PROBLEM: The wifi is pretty much non-existent. I asked the front desk several times and never really got an answer. Don't expect to have any wifi if you stay here. It really seemed unacceptable given the price. I would have stayed elsewhere had I known.

STAFF: Really nice & helpful.

RESTAURANTS: we didn't eat at the main restaurant at all (why would you when there are so many other good ones?) but we did pay the 15 euro pp breakfast the first morning. Nothing great. A bunch of pastries and then pre-made omelettes. Good fresh-squeezed juices. Nice deck w/ shade to eat on.

Room Tip: We were in Room #102 - FANTASTIC view. I don't think there is a room in this hotel with a better view. Room #103 or #101 would have had the same view.
  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank lauramanyap
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

little new to add - poor wifi , windswept and unshaded pool area, somewhat unpredictable breakfast and rather sterile environment compensated by superb view and charming staff. Doesn't really feel like a four star €300 per night hotel

  • Stayed: June 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank SurreyBirder2013
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Reviewed 26 May 2015

This new hotel is built on a site with a stunning view of the bay of Santa Guilia but only a few rooms fully enjoy the wonderful view. Our room (303) had a squint view from one corner of the bedroom and none at all sitting on the terrace which was blocked by a waist high rendered wall and overgrown greenery. Our terrace looked onto a couple of square metres of sandy rubble and a tangle of black irrigation pipes bordering a side road. We had to get reception 3 times in our 4 day stay to help with the lock to our room which they found difficult to use themselves. The room and bathroom were a good size and adequately furnished but neither had any ventilation so fogged up with condensation whenever the shower was used or the air conditioner. All the rooms have to be accessed, some more than others, from outside staircases or courts as the only lift is to the pool. There was a gale when we arrived and in the following 4 days while we were there it was very windy and it rained. Getting luggage to rooms and getting to breakfast and to parked cars is not easy in these circumstances. The hotel seems to be only set up for high summer as the breakfast area was too small to cope with everyone eating indoors in these conditions. The staff were willing, dragging in tables and chairs, but it was all a bit chaotic. The breakfast is a buffet setup with cereal and yoghurt but no bowls on the table. Coffee is from a complicated machine which the staff 9 times out of 10 have to help with. The fruit set out on the buffet was tired and bruised when we arrived and was still the same on the last day but when we asked for a fresh orange and banana they were brought to us.
The management and staff of the hotel were pleasant but appeared amateurish and inexperienced and were not able to give any information about the area or even how to get to their own restaurant. Once found however the restaurant was good and we ate there twice as the restaurants at Santa Guila weren't serving food when it was so cold and windy. WiFi was good and needed no login or password.
From our experience I would say this is not a luxury hotel and if you are considering it in off season and are not assured of one of the top rooms, that is just across from the reception area, think again!

Room Tip: One with clear glass terrace surround and full view of Santa Guilia Bay
  • Stayed: May 2015, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank PossumAdelaideSA
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