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Partida Benicolada 3D, 03710 Calpe, Spain – Show map
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French, Spanish, English
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Overlooked by Calpe’s famous Ifach Rock, the SH Ifach is 500 ft from Fossa Beach. It has indoor and outdoor pools, an outdoor hot tub and large rooms with a private balcony and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 515 reviews Very good
Hotel AR Roca Esmeralda & Spa has an ideal seafront location in Calpe, near the Penyal d'Ifach Natural Park. The complex has an outdoor pool and terrace.
Score from 226 reviews Good
La Paloma is less than 2 miles from the center of Calpe and 1700 ft from the beach. It offers free Wi-Fi and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Score from 270 reviews Good
Hotel Servigroup Diplomatic is just 240 yards from Levante Beach in Benidorm, close to Plaza Triangular. It has 4 swimming pools, a spa center and rooms with free Wi-Fi access and balconies.
Score from 609 reviews Very good
Friendly staff very welcoming. excellently placed for an overnight stay to break a journey.Rooms with balconies.
Room decors were rather dated however everything was spotlessly clean.
The directions given were easy to follow.
The noise level in the hotel was awful. Doors were being slammed at 2 -3 o clock in the morning.
Pool View Free parking
Price Tired old hotel
Staff- fantastic Price- great value Rooms- great view, large Bar- value Location (for us it was great up out of town, as we were getting about by car each day) Parking- free, easy Pool- great Clientelle- very pleasant
Though we knew this when booking, it is about a 20 min walk out of town. Whilst this was exactly what we wanted, this might not be suitable for everyone
We had hoped that with no air conditioning the fan might be sufficient to allow a comfortable nights sleep, but it wasn't,
We needed to be able to park securely and this hotel was perfect. We also needed wifi and that was perfect. No complains but as always giving a fair feedback.
Not value for money as the hotel compared with others we had stayed this was expensive and accommodation dated. Served our purpose though
Lovely family who run the hotel made you feel really welcome and could not do enough to make the stay comfortable, very clean with good swimming pool and area, perfect position for running up and down the coast between Valencia and Alicante.
Very basic room but if you are spending all day at beach or travelling the area it's no problem
The Hotel is located right on the highway overlooking the Peñón of Ifach and the town of Calpe. Parking is free right at the door. Although Calpe is loaded with beachfront hotels, the vast majority of those in the listings were either full or way above what I was willing to pay. Since my main interest in Calpe was the Peñón and not the beach, it really didn't matter to much to me that I wasn't right close to it. And, when one is traveling by car, free convenient parking is a definite plus. My room had a balcony with a head on view of the Peñón. There were two twin beds, night stand, easy chair, TV, recessed closet area covered by a curtain, and an electric fan, which I did not need at all, as temperatures were in the 70's during the day and a good bit cooler after the sun went down. The bathroom was adequate and the shower worked well. They have restaurant service, but it didn't seem that many were using it. I noticed that breakfast was priced at 5€. The lady at the desk was very nice and very friendly. The room cost was 42.50€ per night. Regarding the Peñón, I had heard varying stories about the difficulty of the climb, so I decided to give it a try and, if need be, turn around if I reached the point of not feeling comfortable with it. The first part, from the base to the tunnel entrance is no problem and no special footwear is required. And the views are amazing at every turn. Once you reach the tunnel, which cuts through the rock to the other side, a good pair of hiking shoes is highly recommended. Although I saw a lot of people without them. I have a terrible, almost paralyzing fear of unprotected edges. My body goes into panic mode, I feel sick to my stomach, and my legs buckle and feel like jelly. But I had no problem at all in this regard. I felt very secure, calm, and safe all the way to the top. Even on the top, you are on a wide flat area with no sheer drop.
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