Green Garden

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Cl Castellet 59, Cala Ratjada, 7590, ES
Aparthotel Green Garden
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
17%
7
Very Good
35%
14
Average
25%
10
Poor
7%
3
Terrible
15%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 71% more and rated 14% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families51
  • Couples53
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Spanish hotels are classified...

by rmehl999

Spanish hotels are classified by stars and rated/reviewed by the government. You get what you pay for and there usually isn't the unpleasant surprises you get in the US.

HOTELS IN SPAIN

by Hosell about Hotel Bali- BENIDORM

In Spain,you'll find thousands of nice hotels through all the country.From one star,to five stars,you will find many diferents prices,of course and the luxury ones are the fives stars hotels!.But also you may find some good ones at a reasonable price. This is a picture of Gran Hotel Bali,located in my city Benidorm,it is the tallest hotel in Europe.

EL FUERTE HOTELES

by Carmela71

There is a channel of hotels called El Fuerte that offer weekend offers for its hotels in Marbella, Grazalema and Conil:(prices for a double room a weekend can go from 70 up to 100 euros) in four stars hotels! Take a look to the last minute offers!

Hotel in Tenerife Island

by ncfg about Piñeiro Murillo Hotel

Is a 3 stars hotel and is located at a quite residential zone, 2km from the beach.
The inconvenience was that you have to take a bus to go to the beach. The bus service it was free of charge.
Each bedroom has a bathroom, TV and phone.

Hotel in Burgos

by ncfg about Las Vegas

Las Vegas Hotel is a two stars hotel but with a great quality, it is situated at ten minutes from the historical town centre.
My room was equipped with complete private bathroom, hairdryer, central heating, telephone and satellite colour TV.
I had dinner there and it was not bad.

Camping Guides

by bnanno about general

I have always used one of the guides in book form available in shops everywhere and online.
They are inexpensive (6-8 euros) and will rate campings in "stars" based upon facilities and actual inpsections. They even contain information on how much shade to expect and the kind of "floor".
Normally most campings in Spain nowadays have pretty good standards.
One good guide by the camping federation is
http://www.guiacampingfecc.com/guiafecc.asp

Below the guide there are links to bookshops selling online.

When I was in Nice, we ended...

by Nikkers

When I was in Nice, we ended up staying in this place called Hotel Mirabeau which was right on the main street in the middle of everything. Quite Nice - three stars!
single room: 280-320ff (43-49 euro)
double room: 320-390ff (49-59 euro)

breakfast: 30ff (5 euro)
full board supp: 120-130ff (18-20 euro)
half board supp: 60-65ff (9-10 euro) Central location, clean, fancy...

European accomodation deals

by pieter_jan_v about Hostels, hotels and campings

European accommodation deals:

Houses:

Vacation Rentals By Owner

Hostels:

European hostels

Hotels:

Hotelopia

Bungalows:

Bungalows
Euro Relais
Out Travel

Campings

Eurocamp

Hotel stars:
Hotelstars.eu
Hotelstars.org

Paradores Nacionales

by -deja.Ismael

Spain is plenty of old castles, manors. palaces ... which have become useless and abandoned with time. To avoid its ruin, the state has created a series of hotels inside them, called 'Paradores Nacionales'.
It may be between $30 and $150, depending on the place and the period, so check the rates before going!!!! Well, I think to sleep in a medieval castle is enough an 'outstanding characteristic', don't you think so? :-)

Of course, don't think that your are going to have a medieval WC ... they are hotels of relatively high standing (4 or 5 stars) with all the commodities, but, depending on the place, they are often cheaper than uglier hotels, of the same characteristics. There are special prizes for young people ($30 every night), but not always, and not in all the 'Paradores'. Consult the Web Page.

PARADORES NACIONALES

by Hosell about What is a Parador Nacional?

The first Parador Nacional,was opening in Spain in 1,926 from a idea of Majestic King Alfonso XIII.From this year till our days there are a lot of them in all the country.Normally they are placed in very touristic cities or sites.

You can find Paradores Nacionales in restaurated Castles,Palaces,Convents and monasteries,and now is a very good option for accommodations in my country.They are a little bit more expensive than a normal 3 or 4 stars hotels and they have all facilities of the modern age.So if you have the chance I suggest you to stay or make a visit to one of our numerous Paradores Nacionales!.

I'll show you some links, to help you finding accomodations in Spain. PICTURE: Parador de San Marcos,LEON.

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Forum Posts

Which Island

by JamesLynch

My wife and I are planning a trip to Spain in August and will visit Madrid and Barcelona. We would also like to visit one of the Balearic Islands. Although we like to have fun, we don't know if Ibiza is the right island for us. It seems very crazy. What else would you recommend? Or is there more to do on Ibiza than party?

RE: Which Island

by hents1e1

try tenerife. stay away from santa cruz because that is where all the tourists hang out. La laguna is nice but lacking in quality places to stay. hostal berlin has no heat. take the public bus around the island.

RE: Which Island

by ellsasha

Why not try Menorca which is the "under dog" of the Balearics, but charming and interesting, very different from Ibiza and Majorca. Bit of a windy island with lots of beautiful coves. The NYT published a great article a few years ago, which gave a good overview of the island. E-mail me if you would like to see it.

RE: RE: Which Island

by Belsaita

I love Menorca too, and I did write a VT page about... so if you want to have a look.

On the other hand, Ibiza is more than sun and party, and you can go inland and find hidden gems. But is generally more expensive than the other islands and it will be crowded in August. Well, all islands will be crowded...

RE: Which Island

by ellsasha

Another thought, if you want something really laid-back think about going to Formentera which is a small island little more than 2 miles from Ibiza. The landscape is rugged with craggy cliffs. You may see some big name stars seeking solitude there. Not a lot of hotels/guesthouses, but check out Las Banderas 34-666-55-9027 (only 6 rooms) a double room starts at 65 euros. You can get a high speed ferry from Ibiza which takes about 25 minutes and costs 18.50 Euros. I'm told that a good restaurant is Las Ranas in San Fernando, serves good fish not cheap though.

Camping quandry..

by flanders1

Hi
I will be travelling into the Ourense region of spain, i am planning to camp and stay a few days then move on, I have found a few camp sites for this region, but cannot find web sites that show pictures of the camps. Can anyone recommend any, im not fixed to a particular location so any suggestions would be great. I hope someone can point me in the right direction.

Thanks
Andrea x

Re: Camping quandry..

by bnanno

I have always used one of the guides in book form available in shops everywhere and online.
They are inexpensive (6-8 euros) and will rate campings in "stars" based upon facilities and actual inpsections. They even contain information on how much shade to expect and the kind of "floor".
Normally most campings in Spain nowadays have pretty good standards.
One good guide by the camping federation is
http://www.guiacampingfecc.com/guiafecc.asp

Below the guide there are links to bookshops selling online.

HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by lolamar

Does anyone know any cheap hotel in Sevilla and Granada?

Re: HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by Maurizioago

Look up on the Spain pages of Carmela71. She is spanish and is a real expert of her country.

Re: Re: HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by Carmela71

Thanks Mario! :-)

It depends on budget. check on this web site is in spanish but you can get good deals www.rumbo.es

We had stayed in both places in hotels in the city center 3 and 4 stars for 50 euros the night a double room with www.bancotel.com

it also would depend on the dates, sometimes they can be fully booked for certain dates... if you need suggestions or help do not hesitate to contact me.

Carmen

Re: Re: HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by Maurizioago

Not Mario...Maurizio.

Re: Re: HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by lolamar

thanks very much! both of you. I appreciate a lot your help.

Re: Re: HOTELS IN SEVILLA/GRANADA

by lolamar

thanks very much! both of you. I appreciate a lot your help.

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Address: Cl Castellet 59, Cala Ratjada, 7590, ES