Contemporary and stylish, the luxurious Costa Calero is one of the best places to stay on the island. Next to the swanky Puerto Calero Marina, you'll find excellent watersports, ocean views and a modern thalassotherapy centre at this Premier hotel.
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- Buidings: 4 buildings: 1 with 4 floors, 1 with 5 floors and 2 with 2 floors
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Self-service late Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Afternoon snacks at set times.
Local alcoholic drinks and unlimited soft drinks, tea, coffee and mineral water 10.00-01.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Main buffet restaurant
A great selection of foods from around the world, with a themed night on Thursday. The buffet times vary through winter. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Daily activities are carried out with the entertainment team, with games such as pool, archery and table tennis.
Pool bar buffet restaurant
A large selection of continental breakfast foods and lunch from the buffet spread. Snacks are also available if you get peckish through the day.
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twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with twin and a single bed, daily maid service and towel change, linen changed twice weekly. Cots are available, but if room is fully occupied there is no cot space.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 - can be sold as a single, with twin beds and a single bed, daily maid service with towel change and linen change twice weekly. Cots are available, but if room is fully occupied there is no cot space.
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We loved it
We stayed here for a week in February, there were eight of us - a mix of ages - from 5 to 65. This is one of the best all-inclusive hotels I have stayed in in the Canary Islands. Spotlessly clean, well maintained and lovely food. Worth mentioning is the choice for vegetarians which, unusually for spain, was good. It was also very civilised being able to order from a wine list - I have not had this before in any all-inclusive. Being served drinks in the bar at your table was also a real bonus. As we were in a group this made things much more relaxing for us. The spa was nice and this is the first hotel we have stayed in that allowed children in (at resticted times) - so it was nice to go as a family. We appreciated this as normally we have to go individually while someone looks after the children. The thing that made it stand out for me was the staff - they were all polite, friendly and accomodating - without exception. Clearly this place is exceptionally well managed. The only one (very minor) negative point I would make is that to use the spa again, which we wanted to do, would have cost us 7 euros per person - and the cost was the same for children. Children are only allowed in the spa for a couple of hours a day so we didn't feel the expense was worth it. I would suggest to the spa that they charge a bit less for the children and more people would return!More
Stayed for a week from 23.02.14, all inclusive. The hotel's location is superb for a quiet stay; a short walk downhill to the beautiful marina of Puerto Calero with bars, restaurants and some great looking boats. The rooms are furnished to a good standard, although I had a garden view room with a patio I didn't feel short changed. I found the all inclusive food option a great choice with plenty of variety - fresh fish available every day. The big bonus is the wine list for all inclusive customers, with a good mix of easy drinking, quality wines. Wifi is available throughout the hotel. Staff are all polite and helpful with a cheery outlook. Unlike other reviewers I found the restaurants well staffed and efficient. More staff are needed in peak times in the bars. I would definitely stay here again. More
Dunn73, Newcastle upon Tyne
The hotel was recommended to us by a friend and boy was he right to recomend it. From the minute you walk in the front door the hotel states it's intentions. The reception staff were warm and welcoming and throughout our stay we were very impressed with all the staff. The bar staff and restaurant staff were excellent and the choice of food was varied and always tasty. There were six in our party and the two boys aged 14 and 12 really enjoyed the food while dad made the most of a cracking wine list. This hotel scores top marks on all levels and we will definitely be returning. Thanks to all for a fantastic week in the sun More
Bearimo, Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
Can't wait to return!
Well, what a fabulous holiday! We travel to Lanzarote every February for a bit of winter sunshine and can honestly say we have never stayed in a hotel this good on the island! The food is great, the entire hotel is spotless and the staff are so friendly! Having free wifi is a great bonus, as is having a fridge in your room and bottled water supplied daily. We took our own travel kettle for our first cuppa of the day but you can borrow one from reception and leave a deposit. We walked down to the marina a few evenings, had a drink and then meandered back for dinner, lovely clean and safe resort. Daniel in the bar deserves a special mention, he always served us with a smile and had a lovely jokey manner. Thank you Costa Calero, we can't wait to return! More
My brother booked the hotel for his family, our elderly father, myself and my husband, he booked a family suite for them and two double sea views for Dad and us. We realised that the family suite was going to be on the ground floor, but the two sea view rooms were allocated on the ground floor also, Dad's was overlooking the sea as was the suite, but our room was west facing with a mountain view. it wasn't the end of the world, but I did feel irritated on behalf of my brother, who had spent extra money on these sea view rooms! My suggestion would be that if you are paying extra for a sea view, to email the hotel beforehand to ask for a higher room. All of our rooms were about as far away from the main part of the hotel as you could get, not a problem for us, but it was for my elderly father, so again if you have mobility problems email ahead. Apparently the hotel was 90% full, so no doubt they were short of rooms. Although this was the case, the hotel never felt crowded, even at mealtimes. The weather was very cool and windy for most of the time, so the pool areas/sunbeds were fairly quiet. The rooms were a good size, with plenty of room for large suitcases and plenty of wardrobe space. I had requested ahead that our bed was made up into a double, but I forgot to request a mattress topper and the bed was very hard and uncomfortable if you sleep on your side, as I do. unfortunately we both went down with a winter vomiting bug, soon after arriving at the hotel, so I did not get round to asking for a mattress topper until towards the end of the week. I did ask twice and was told they were looking into it? Sadly it was never provided. Otherwise the beds are enormous, comfortable and supportive if you sleep on your back. Patio doors lead out to a patio with table and chairs and a couple of sun loungers, there was also a very useful pull out clothes airer for drying swim wear. The sun didn't come round until late afternoon, but luckily we were able to go and sit on my brothers large suite patio. The bathroom was a fairly good size and included a bath with shower over, hand basin, loo and bidet. I've always thought a bidet to be a waste of space, but on this occasion I became quite well acquainted with it as somewhere to vomit into simultaneously while sitting on the loo with an upset stomach the other end! My husband became ill 12 hours after getting off the plane and myself 12 hours after him, so we are guessing that it was a Norovirus that we maybe picked up on the plane or at the airport in the UK. We found the bath/shower to be very dark especially in the evening as there was no light fitting over it. thank you to Katherine our cleaner, who nearly always managed to clean our room before we arrived back from breakfast, if it hadn't been for the language barrier, I would have asked her for a mattress topper. We had all been booked in as All Inclusive, as this was my first time doing this I was really looking forward to it, especially the drinking. sadly it was not meant to be as I had little appetite for the remains of the holiday and had lost my taste for alcohol on the whole. I did force a couple of Gin and Tonics down over the last couple of evenings, which were very pleasant. on the first evening we did try a cocktail each and they were probably the pre mixed type, not to my taste, I'd hoped for a mojito, but they didn't do them??? Also on the first evening we'd had the local beer, Tropical, which was good, but it didn't taste the same a few days after being ill. The food seemed to be a bit hit and miss, there may have been different chefs on duty? Quite often the food was on the cool side, as has been mentioned in other reviews. On Saturday 22nd February, it was really good. As with most buffets, there was usually a good selection of dishes, especially at breakfast. The family suite was very spacious, with separate living room and a larger patio, the bathroom had his and her sinks, a separate walk in shower as well as a bath with shower over and loo behind its own door. We all agreed the water pressure and showers were very good. There were a few pools, due to the cool weather I only went into the warmer one once. The evening shows were on the whole really good, I'm not really one for hotel entertainment, but we really enjoyed the tribute shows, it seemed a shame that once the show was over, the music was turned down and people seemed to drift off. On our last day I spotted a notice that gave a list of adult activities that were on a timed basis over the week e.g. Pilates, Yoga to name a couple. I would have really liked to participate in these, but hadn't known about them. Would it not be a good idea to give everyone a timetable of activities in their welcome pack or in the room? We stayed for a week and because of being ill I felt very negative and just wanted to get home, but on being back a couple of days and speaking to the rest of the family, we have come to the conclusion that on the whole it is a lovely hotel. If only the food was kept hotter and the beds were more comfortable, I may be tempted back.More
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