Hotel Bahia Calpe

Address: Avenida Valencia 24, Calpe, Costa Blanca, Valencian Country, 03710, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Avenida Valencia 24, Calpe.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bahia Calpe

    Reviewed by tiramillas

    A good 3 stars.

    Reviewed Jul 16, 2006
    by (10 reviews) , Spain Flag of Spain

    Four times we stayed in this hotel, since it was inaugurated in 2004. Our election was always determined by its excellent ubication, which let us to reach it easily from the road and leave the car within its spacious parking. The old town of Calpe lies very near, and Arenal beach is just in front. The better of the common halls is the restaurant, which has a great picture window looking to the sea. However, the swimming pool is small and somewhat uncomfortable (1st floor). The rooms (at least those than look to sea) are not very greats and the TV is old (not flat screen) and small. There was not available internet hall, although very near to the hotel it had an internet cafe very crowded. Sumarizing: A place quiet and recommendable, but at least one star may be discussed.

    Looking out from the balcony.
    Calpe, Spain
    Hotel doorstep.
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    Cubist painting inside the room.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bahia Calpe

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Calpe

    The place where more often we have spent summers.

    A travel blog entry by tiramillas on Jul 16, 2006

    22 photos

    I think that at least ten or a dozen of times we spent a part of our summer holidays in this old village. It was once perched in the top of a hill, but today is a very town which extends itself up to the famous Peņon de Ifach and also it has sorrounded an old saltwork, nowadays unaffected. Well, before to following, I have to clarifiy that …

    Day ? Ondara

    A travel blog entry by mobyshe on Nov 04, 2015

    3 photos

    Our second pilgrimage is over, A very different experience, the good and the bad, the heat, cold and incessant at times rain. The quite often loneliness of being just 3 for kilometre after kilometre. The lack of watering holes and accommodation, even when found could be freezing. But... The amazing places - Fatima, Tomar, Coimbra, Porto, Rondella, Ponte Vendra, to mention a few. The wonderful cheap food and wine in Portugal. We certainly intend to return soon and enjoy at ...

    Trip to Benidorm

    A travel blog entry by penny.percival on Oct 25, 2015

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    Shorter driving days now we're virtually in Southern Spain, so we were in Benidorm by lunch. Saw our first Big Black bull on the side of the road. There are loads around, but that’s the first we’ve seen this trip and Penny has them on her mind as she’s just been reading about the Brandy factory and the Bulls used to advertise it (think we’ll be visiting and sampling some when we get to Cadiz).

    A visit to Benidorm

    A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Oct 16, 2015

    ... a hairdresser for dad. We stopped at a delicious bakery on the way to the hairdresser. We finally got to the hairdresser and Dad and I had a hair cut. It was my first time having gel in my hair. I didn't really like it. When we were walking back to the car at sunset time there was a lot more old people we out and about. I was amazed how many old people there was in this ...

    Beach, beach, Beach!

    A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Oct 15, 2015

    We went to the long sandy beach I had spotted yesterday from the tram. When we were getting ready at home, I looked at the map. It looked really simple, but it turned to not too easy. I like sandy beaches more than the rocky ones. I think it is more fun playing in the sand rather than carefully walking on the small rocks not to fall. There was a tram track right along beach. I through that it was really cool ...

    Traveler Photos Hotel Bahia Calpe

    Cubist painting inside the room.
    Calpe, Spain
    El Peņon de Ifach from the balcony (left)
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    Bahia Calpe hotel.
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    From the room's balcony to Calpe (right).
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    Looking out from the balcony.
    Calpe, Spain
    Hotel doorstep.
    Calpe, Spain