This hotel comes with great pools and Puerto Calero Marina is just 2 minutes’ walk away.
This stylish hotel practically rubs shoulders with Puerto Calero Marina – a couple of minutes’ walk takes you to its cafés and restaurants. Alternatively, a courtesy bus will get you to Puerto del Carmen in 10 minutes.
Special mention goes to the 3 outdoor pools, among them an infinity number and a huge seawater pool for serious swimming. There’s a manmade beach, too. Plus you’ve got 2 buffet restaurants and a piano bar with a great view.
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Full Board buffet meals. Self-service late Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Afternoon snacks at set times.
Local, national and selected international alcoholic drinks and unlimited soft drinks, tea, coffee and mineral water 10.00-01.00.
All are included except where indicated.
The infinity pool flows fresh water and is perfect for pool games or even relaxing whilst taking in the views. Pool towels and sunbeds are available around the poolside edge.
With themed evenings three times a week, specialising in Mexican, Chinese, Canarian, Italian and Mediterranean dishes. The buffet times vary through winter. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Available 6 days a week with the entertainment team, with games such as pool, archery and table tennis.
These 2-bedroom family rooms come with a garden-view balcony or terrace for that added outdoor space. They have 2 twin bedrooms with a child bed in one of these. And you'll also find free Wi-Fi, air-con, and a TV included.
As we got married in this hotel 6 years previously,We spent an all inclusive night for myself my wife and our three year old daughter at the expense of the hotel management as a belated anniversary gift,Hotel staff,Grounds,Spa totally faultless we will be back next year again Best hotel Ive ever stayed in.More
Just back today from another fantastic 2 weeks at this wonderful hotel. As usual our room was kept spotlessly clean, the food was (too) good! and the staff (with a couple of exceptions) were friendly and welcoming. Roll on June 2017 - booked today!More
Vi G, 551896
We have just returned from a wonderful holiday in Hotel Costa Calero. The hotel was excellent. Rooms were spacious and comfortable with plenty of wardrobe space. The gardens and outside areas were extensive and beautifully tended. Although the hotel was big the grounds were arranged into smaller areas so there was never a sense of being crowded. On arrival at the hotel the atrium is impressive. All the public rooms and lounges were lovely too. The staff in the hotel were all very friendly and helpful. The reception staff were so obliging and considerate. The cleaners kept the rooms spotless and again were very friendly. The meals were excellent with a huge variety of choice again delivered with care, friendliness and efficiency. I think this is one of the best hotels I have stayed --it has a lovely ambience aand atmosphere- indeed it was hard to find anyone who had not visited numerous times before so obviously my opinion was shared by many-- young people middle aged and older people- it seemed to appeal to all. The area was very pleasant. The walk to the picturesque marina was nice with a lovely walkway running along above the marina giving views over the sea.There was a courtesy bus to Puerto del Carmen several times a day if required or a water taxi also went to and fro too which was a nice journey. A great hotel with lovely gardens enhanced by a wonderful caring staff. Thank you all. More
Recently returned from what has become an annual visit to the fabulous Costs Calero Hotel. It was so good to see the same staff who recognise you and treat you like a long lost friend and also to see the same guests from years past. The number of returning guests tells its own story of how this hotel is getting it right. The choice and quality of food was up to its usual good standards and the provision of premium drink brands and wine on the A/I option cannot be bettered. The rooms are of a very high standard with plenty of wardrobe space, a fridge with water provided each day, a flat screen TV with plenty of UK channels BBC, ITV etc and free WiFi. We always pay extra for a high floor sea view room but there are plenty of ground floor rooms as standard with a grassed area with its own sun beds. The evening entertainment is a typical mix of animacion based shows and professional acts which generally are good but don't miss guitar legends it's a great night out. The waiter service in the entertainment centre is really good with little or no waiting time. For a quieter night there is the piano bar with live entertainment such as a saxophonist playing some well known melodies. The staff in the piano bar are great and quickly recognise you and your normal tipple. Have a seat in the terrace outside the piano bar for a sundowner and nibbles before dinner, a great way to start the evening. There a three swimming pools with plenty of sunbeds and a large grassed area around one of the pools which is perfect for young children. We usually holiday early in the season when there are little or no children but this year experienced the English and Irish midterm holidays and the entertainment including foam cannons in the children's pool was first class. All in all, the holiday at the Costa Calero was what we have come to expect.....first class. We have already booked next years holiday at the Costa Calero and hope to continue for many years to come. Thanks to all the staff.More
Just returned after 11 nights at this beautiful hotel. We researched this holiday to death, reading reviews every day on TA so we had a very good idea of the standard of accommodation and service. We stayed in room 432 which had a great sea view and a front row seat for 2 weddings that took place on the piano bar terrace. Because of the position of the room the balcony does not get any sun at all, but we were pretty grateful for that as it was a nice respite from the weather, the temperatures did rise a fair bit. The room was kept immaculately clean and seemed to receive a full clean every day. We booked the Prestige package and feel it was excellent value for money. Safe and pool towels included, the mini bar restocked daily (I think that's where the value for money came in!) with spirits, wine, cava, beer, mixers and soft drinks. A very nice welcome with a chilled bottle of cava, bowl of fresh fruit and some local products. The Clarins toiletries were also restocked daily, great help not having to pack those, and excellent when going home to use in the shower on our last day. We didn't keep our room on, so used the showers and lockers near the Children's playground. Great. The food offered in the lunch restaurant, we felt, offered better prepared, hotter food than that in the main restaurant. The food is really no different than in most 4* AI hotels in the Canaries, we just felt that an additional a la carte venue would add much more to this hotel. The Prestige package does include a greater choice from the wine list at no added premium. The Yaiza wines were lovely. The level of service in both restaurants are amazing for the amount of footfall in such a short space of time, all the staff work at a 100 miles an hour, which is a shame as it takes a bit of personalised service away. The bars are roomy and well patronised by guests. And again the Prestige package offered you more choice from the bar. We did struggle to receive a standard of service in both the Piano and show bar, where we had to try and get a waiters attention and on most occasions my husband ended up going to the bar himself. A comment from another contributor on this hotel mentioned that they had great service due to their tipping the staff each evening. After reading this whilst staying at the hotel this deterred us from leaving a tip for the staff in both of these bars. The only 2 places we didn't leave a gratuity when we left. The pools are great, clean, maintained and everything that the photographs depict of them. There are more than enough sun beds and yes people do let their towels get a couple of hours sun before they join them but the hotel could not possibly police this practice, the grounds are far to big and there are so many areas they would have to employ an army of staff. A lovely holiday, a great hotel and if they could pick it up and move it to Playa Blanca we would return. As I said at the beginning we did our research before booking but nothing quite prepared us for the remoteness. The Marina is nice for an afternoon but it is so small and lacking in vibrancy that it left us feeling a bit flat. We ate out there a couple of times and went out for cocktails but there is no buzz. If you want to relax in beautiful surroundings, in clean well maintained rooms and public areas then this is a great hotel. More
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