Hotels Near El Galulena In Calella

4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.26km from El Galulena
The hotel is technically 3 stars but should be 2 stars. I am here right now and I wished I've stayed somewhere else. The AC is LOUD (they said it's normal), the fridge in the room is loud too, I have to unplug it at night. The bed is uncomfortable and the mattress cover is some kind of plastic, you can feel it through the cheap sheets. I've been here for 4 nights and I hadn't slept well since I arrived. I have 2 more nights, unfortunately, and I can't wait to be out of here. When I arrived, they said they put me in a "penthouse", it's better for a single person, according to themI do have a terrace, but it's unusable, because there's no shade at all and it's too hot to be there at any time of day. I only use it to dry my swimsuit. The room must be smaller than other rooms and the room I booked because my bed is pushed against the wall. The handheld shower had no bracket to be hooked on until I mentioned it to the front desk. How did they not know about it, is beyond me. There was a pole where the bracket should go, but the bracket wasn't there. The water pressure on the 5th floor is pretty bad. A couple days into my stay the shower stopped draining. There are also NO shelves in the shower to put your stuff. There's no shampoo, just some generic bad-smelling soap in the soap dispenser on the wall. And if you need a hair dryer, you'll have to ask for it at reception. There is a Nespresso coffee machine, which is not mentioned on their site, but the capsules are 1 euro each at reception. They aren't even real Nespresso capsules, just some cheap knockoffs. I wish I new about the machine ahead of time, I would've brought my own. The room looks and feels like someone went to a discount store and bought stuff that's slightly damaged but looks ok. The manger doesn't speak a word of English. Thankfully the two receptionist working the front desk speak good English. The reception is closed from 10 pm till 8 am. There's no emergency number posted anywhere. What if there's an urgent housekeeping issue, like a running toilet or a burst pipe or something worse? You are on your own, I guess. The 3 euro breakfast consists of a croissant, coffee and orange juice and the bar that sells this pathetic breakfast opens at 8:30, way too late. My extended family is staying at Volga Hotel about 5 mins away, so I just go there for breakfast. It's only 7 euro for a full buffet. The wifi is spotty, I can't skype, it's so slow. The entire town is full of bad touristic restaurants and cheap junky stores. The beach is nice but the water is quite cold and there are waves sometimes. I would never come back here, there's not one really nice hotel in the entire area.
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2.5/55 Reviews
0.27km from El Galulena
Property Location When you stay at Marisol Hotel in Calella, you'll be near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Calella Beach and Pineda de Mar Beach. This hotel is 14.7 mi (23.6 km) from Lloret de Mar Beach and 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from St. Jaume Hospital. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 85 guestrooms. Complimentary wired Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature deep soaking bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as bicycles to rent or take in the view from a terrace. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Dining Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's coffee shop/café. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 8 AM to 10 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.01km from El Galulena
I stayed at El Pekinaire after reading the excellent TA reviews. Through my work I’ve stayed at 100’s of hotels worldwide and I believe El Pekinaire (at c €50 per night B&B) represented the best value for money I’ve experienced in Western Europe. The room (for the price) was excellent, exceptionally clean with good quality fixtures and fittings. The bed was very comfortable, the room well insulated (hence quiet) and the air con worked well. Breakfast was simple but freshly prepared and tasty. Andres and his wife (& team) were very welcoming and happily lent me a plug adapter for the time I was there. Large chain hotels typically request a deposit or don’t offer loans. As I booked through the website I also received free flip flops (much needed as the beach was roasting) and a beach towel during my stay. Andres also arranged (via email) transfers to and from Calella for me. I wouldn’t hesitate in staying again and thoroughly recommend El Pekinaire.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.15km from El Galulena
I can only repeat some of the previous reviews. The hotel was understaffed. The bar closed at 10 as the barman had to move to the cafe bar attached to the hotel. My room which I was at first pleased with as I had a sea view (I think only one of three on the end of the hotel) was above this bar which closed at 3am . There was screaming and shouting under my window until at least 4 am every morning and this is October not high season. The food was boring and lukewarm. The downstairs swimming pool and area was attractive but the roof plunge pool and jacuzzi were at either end of the roof terrace and could do with some work on the surrounds.Just a stony surface and some recliners was not very inviting. My room was large and well kept by the cheerful cleaning staff but climbing in and out of a bath to get a shower and with only one small safety handle was worrying. On the plus side it had loads of hot water at all times. The reception staff were helpful and the dining room staff were great although worked off their feet. And last but not least , 20euro charge for using the mini safe in the room???
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.19km from El Galulena
We only had the opportunity to stay here for two nights, we weren’t intending on staying in Calella for the weekend as we had already stayed 4 nights, but we loved the town so much we changed our schedule to just stay and chill. The hotel we were in didn’t have any room so we booked two nights (two rooms) at the GHT. We were initially upset that our old hotel didn’t have space until we turned up at GHT. First thing is you are welcomed by charming smiling staff who can’t do enough to help. The decor in reception is a little early 1990s but totally functional. We had two sea view rooms which were renovated to an above average standard and equipped with all you expect from a good hotel. Beds are comfortable and rooms externally clean. Balconies are a good size to chill with wine overlooking the sea and pool. The breakfast is great and breakfast room clean. On the second night I had a situation where the aircon leaked in my room from the ceiling - upon reporting it the night manager gave me another room immediately and was helpful and apologetic. I couldn’t rate this hotel higher for the value for money you receive in terms of service from staff and product provided. We will definitely stay here again. We fell in love with Calella and GHT.
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4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.26km from El Galulena
Rested with my daughter in this hotel in 2018. It was quiet, because the bar downstairs did not work. The hotel has everything you need: an excellent full-fledged kitchen, a full-size refrigerator, a comfortable double bed, air conditioning, a hairdryer, an iron, a clothes dryer, an ironing board, a TV (2 Russian channels). Not all rooms have a balcony. But there is a great terrace where you can sit and sunbathe. Go to the sea for 5-7 minutes on foot. The beaches are clean, sand is sifted every day. They offer to rent deck chairs and umbrellas, You can save money by buying an umbrella to buy in a store, of which there is an abundance in the city. The room is cleaned every day. Several times left a tip - did not take. Give out two keys. Free wi-fi. On the opposite side of the hotel there is a reception and a free small pool, as well as a luggage room with a price of 2 euros. Free parking is terribly small. There are several places near the hotel Olympia and the President. Put there only once. The rest of the time all the seats were occupied. Parking for 24 hours costs 6 euros.
FromUS$85.00
2/52 Reviews
1.51km from El Galulena
What a hidden gem this hotel is, the staff are wonderful. The rooms are amazing and the decor is definitely five star. Our room was beautiful with a separate bedroom, double bath, coloured LED ‘s in the shower, the bedroom oozed boutique class with velvet studded walls and low hanging lights. Couldn’t have asked for a better hotel. The pool area was nice and quiet, soothing waterfall sounds and very private. The staff were so helpful and so nice, they made our stay so comfortable, nothing was to much. We also had spa access included in our stay and wow! What a spa this is. It’s underground hidden behind a car park and you would never dream this spa even existed. Towels and slippers included, all different types of jets and jacuzzis, steam room and sauna, an Aztec tunnel and thermal showers. Also a full size outdoor Olympic swimming pool. Fabulous! We went every day as you get daily entrance if you opted for spa access. Very relaxing. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to Calella. It’s practically on the beach and a short walk to all the bars and restaurants. 5 minutes in a taxi to train station, which is handy for the return to the airport (which was only 5€ and trains run every half hour) Will be returning!
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Hotels Near El Galulena In Calella Review

4.5/510 Reviews
I stayed at El Pekinaire after reading the excellent TA reviews. Through my work I’ve stayed at 100’s of hotels worldwide and I believe El Pekinaire (at c €50 per night B&B) represented the best value for money I’ve experienced in Western Europe. The room (for the price) was excellent, exceptionally clean with good quality fixtures and fittings. The bed was very comfortable, the room well insulated (hence quiet) and the air con worked well. Breakfast was simple but freshly prepared and tasty. Andres and his wife (& team) were very welcoming and happily lent me a plug adapter for the time I was there. Large chain hotels typically request a deposit or don’t offer loans. As I booked through the website I also received free flip flops (much needed as the beach was roasting) and a beach towel during my stay. Andres also arranged (via email) transfers to and from Calella for me. I wouldn’t hesitate in staying again and thoroughly recommend El Pekinaire.
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4.3/510 Reviews
The hotel is technically 3 stars but should be 2 stars. I am here right now and I wished I've stayed somewhere else. The AC is LOUD (they said it's normal), the fridge in the room is loud too, I have to unplug it at night. The bed is uncomfortable and the mattress cover is some kind of plastic, you can feel it through the cheap sheets. I've been here for 4 nights and I hadn't slept well since I arrived. I have 2 more nights, unfortunately, and I can't wait to be out of here. When I arrived, they said they put me in a "penthouse", it's better for a single person, according to themI do have a terrace, but it's unusable, because there's no shade at all and it's too hot to be there at any time of day. I only use it to dry my swimsuit. The room must be smaller than other rooms and the room I booked because my bed is pushed against the wall. The handheld shower had no bracket to be hooked on until I mentioned it to the front desk. How did they not know about it, is beyond me. There was a pole where the bracket should go, but the bracket wasn't there. The water pressure on the 5th floor is pretty bad. A couple days into my stay the shower stopped draining. There are also NO shelves in the shower to put your stuff. There's no shampoo, just some generic bad-smelling soap in the soap dispenser on the wall. And if you need a hair dryer, you'll have to ask for it at reception. There is a Nespresso coffee machine, which is not mentioned on their site, but the capsules are 1 euro each at reception. They aren't even real Nespresso capsules, just some cheap knockoffs. I wish I new about the machine ahead of time, I would've brought my own. The room looks and feels like someone went to a discount store and bought stuff that's slightly damaged but looks ok. The manger doesn't speak a word of English. Thankfully the two receptionist working the front desk speak good English. The reception is closed from 10 pm till 8 am. There's no emergency number posted anywhere. What if there's an urgent housekeeping issue, like a running toilet or a burst pipe or something worse? You are on your own, I guess. The 3 euro breakfast consists of a croissant, coffee and orange juice and the bar that sells this pathetic breakfast opens at 8:30, way too late. My extended family is staying at Volga Hotel about 5 mins away, so I just go there for breakfast. It's only 7 euro for a full buffet. The wifi is spotty, I can't skype, it's so slow. The entire town is full of bad touristic restaurants and cheap junky stores. The beach is nice but the water is quite cold and there are waves sometimes. I would never come back here, there's not one really nice hotel in the entire area.
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5/51 Reviews
We spent 7 nights at the Gran Sol and really enjoyed it. OK so the entrance, reception and dining/relaxing areas are fine. The bedrooms are perfectly good but would benefit from a bit of updating. Great sea views from from 3rd floor balconies and lift to get you up to your room so no worry about stairs. It is a bit of a walk down to the village so not suitable for the severely disabled but well worth it when you get down there. Breakfasts were excellent, the best crispy fried eggs I’ve had in a very long time, great start to the day! Continental and bacon and eggs with lads of fresh fruit. It’s good to have a restaurant in the hotel and the waiting staff who are mainly students at the catering school associated with the hotel are a great bunch of youngsters, the only criticism is that they can be a little too eager. Interesting point, if you sign your restaurant bill to be put on your account there is an option to add a tip. They don’t have a ability to add tips so if you get brilliant service from the youngsters give your tip in cash. We will most likely return. Plenty of parking.
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4.5/510 Reviews
We spent 3 nights here. First of all in my opinion this is not a “ village” as some have said. It may not be a huge city but it is not the village that we thought we were going to. Reception is very nice. Asked for a quiet room and we were shown two rooms. I believe we ended with the handicap room which was quiet as the window is over a pedestrian only walkway. But know if you get this room, the bathroom is very large with the shower next to toilet which is fine except the water gets all over so it can be wet going to the toilet an hour later. The sliding door has about an inch or two gap and does not close all the way. The sink does not ho.d water if you are needing to fill it as the plug does not work. There are no drawers which is ok as there are shelves and a small area for hanging clothes. No lotion is provided so good I brought some yet a razor and toothbrushes are provided. The location is about 5 min walk to beach area. The hotel has a good bar and food. Bed very comfortable. Breakfast was downstairs in a basement with no windows. It was adequate.
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4.5/510 Reviews
I stayed at El Pekinaire after reading the excellent TA reviews. Through my work I’ve stayed at 100’s of hotels worldwide and I believe El Pekinaire (at c €50 per night B&B) represented the best value for money I’ve experienced in Western Europe. The room (for the price) was excellent, exceptionally clean with good quality fixtures and fittings. The bed was very comfortable, the room well insulated (hence quiet) and the air con worked well. Breakfast was simple but freshly prepared and tasty. Andres and his wife (& team) were very welcoming and happily lent me a plug adapter for the time I was there. Large chain hotels typically request a deposit or don’t offer loans. As I booked through the website I also received free flip flops (much needed as the beach was roasting) and a beach towel during my stay. Andres also arranged (via email) transfers to and from Calella for me. I wouldn’t hesitate in staying again and thoroughly recommend El Pekinaire.
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4.3/510 Reviews
The hotel is technically 3 stars but should be 2 stars. I am here right now and I wished I've stayed somewhere else. The AC is LOUD (they said it's normal), the fridge in the room is loud too, I have to unplug it at night. The bed is uncomfortable and the mattress cover is some kind of plastic, you can feel it through the cheap sheets. I've been here for 4 nights and I hadn't slept well since I arrived. I have 2 more nights, unfortunately, and I can't wait to be out of here. When I arrived, they said they put me in a "penthouse", it's better for a single person, according to themI do have a terrace, but it's unusable, because there's no shade at all and it's too hot to be there at any time of day. I only use it to dry my swimsuit. The room must be smaller than other rooms and the room I booked because my bed is pushed against the wall. The handheld shower had no bracket to be hooked on until I mentioned it to the front desk. How did they not know about it, is beyond me. There was a pole where the bracket should go, but the bracket wasn't there. The water pressure on the 5th floor is pretty bad. A couple days into my stay the shower stopped draining. There are also NO shelves in the shower to put your stuff. There's no shampoo, just some generic bad-smelling soap in the soap dispenser on the wall. And if you need a hair dryer, you'll have to ask for it at reception. There is a Nespresso coffee machine, which is not mentioned on their site, but the capsules are 1 euro each at reception. They aren't even real Nespresso capsules, just some cheap knockoffs. I wish I new about the machine ahead of time, I would've brought my own. The room looks and feels like someone went to a discount store and bought stuff that's slightly damaged but looks ok. The manger doesn't speak a word of English. Thankfully the two receptionist working the front desk speak good English. The reception is closed from 10 pm till 8 am. There's no emergency number posted anywhere. What if there's an urgent housekeeping issue, like a running toilet or a burst pipe or something worse? You are on your own, I guess. The 3 euro breakfast consists of a croissant, coffee and orange juice and the bar that sells this pathetic breakfast opens at 8:30, way too late. My extended family is staying at Volga Hotel about 5 mins away, so I just go there for breakfast. It's only 7 euro for a full buffet. The wifi is spotty, I can't skype, it's so slow. The entire town is full of bad touristic restaurants and cheap junky stores. The beach is nice but the water is quite cold and there are waves sometimes. I would never come back here, there's not one really nice hotel in the entire area.
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