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... in Tarragona live. Next we took a quick break for lunch where Jordan and I nommed on some yummy gazpacho. We then hopped back on our bus and went to the Monasteri De Santes Creus which was about 30 minutes from Tarragona. This is an ancient monastery which is no longer active but is nonetheless gorgeous. Our tour guide explained the monk life style (no talking or eating meat which I totally could not live with) and it was really fascinating. After the monastery we headed back to ...
... Russia, England and the mostly from Ireland to enjoy the family resort park. Not quite like our Seal Rocks camping but fun all the same.
We literally just dropped out for 9 days.
Sean took the girls to Porta Ventura fun park for a day. Spain's version of Disneyland.
Highest, fastest and steepest drop for a rollercoaster in Europe. Again, the 4 kids were in heaven while I enjoyed a quiet day with a 10 km group run, yoga class ...
Well, this is all a lot easier than the last time I did this kind of thing 7 years ago thanks to a satnav on my iPhone and EU data roaming for a fiver a day from 3! Everything gone pretty smoothly so far, bike boxed up last night, got a final few bits and bobs today and said goodbye to Ellie, got a lift to the station from Martin with my box and my pannier ...
... commercial port alongside and a railway running along the back of the
beach. It is lovely though....
think I'm “cathedraled out”! Jane “did” the cathedral and I
opted for a walk on the old city walls (not possible as it turns out)
and the mandatory cafe con leche. Still, I got on to the town's free
wifi and checked my emails while Jane had her culture fix....
... meal where Jane had a fine
Seabream and I had a **** steak! Heyho.... Even my cheesecake was
“plastic”. Still, I made up for it by making the most of the
shot bottles they left on our table. I wonder which of the three it
was that made my trip back to the “amenities block” quite so
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Best Cambrils
I took my wife and two daughters 12 and 17. We had overall a memorable holiday although everything was not perfect but that can make for plenty to talk about after your holiday. The reception area although nicely laid out smelt of drains. The rooms are basic but clean, you have to hire a safe key and a fridge which are essential items. A £20 deposit for the TV remote control. The lamp at the side of the bed did not work so out came the screwdriver a loose wire. The air conditioning was poor even after dismatling and cleaning the clogged filter. Carefull of the rear rooms as it is next to a train line and they are noisy.
My boyfriend and I have just returned from a weeks stay at the Cambrils Princess. I must admit after reading other reviews I was very wary of what the hotel would be like.
Four of us stayed here in July 2006 (out of the UK school holiday season). "We" were two 13 year girls and their mums (no age given!).
My husband and I have recently returned from a week's holiday in the Cambrils Princess Hotel. I find it difficult to equate our experience with the other reviews on this page. Were we at the same Hotel, I wonder???
Stayed at this hotel in July 2005 - Dreadful small room on an angle, dark and over the kitchen. Food for whole 7 days bland & cold with lots of lettuce and fish! had to set own table for breakfast and some times wait to get into the dining room. Staff not very helpful, head waiter very rude, and the dining room is very noisy. The railway at the back of the hotel runs all night. keeps you awake. Be aware of the beach - at 2pm each day the tide turns and the wind drives you off the beach!
food cold, had to set own table for breakfast and some times wait to get into the dining room. Staff not very helpful and the dining room is very noisy. The railway at the back of the hotel runs all night.keeps you awake. central position and the bus service very good.
We have just returned and found the food cold, bland and we had to set our own tables. The railway line was busy and noisey and the reps were beyond caring. A total waste of money read other views on this hotel I kid you not; I have stayed at better Travel lodges and eaten better at KFC
I have just returned from the Cambrils Princess, 7 - 14 Sept 05 having booked the flight with a cheap airline and the accommodation with an agency saving a lot of money than going with the recognised operator.
Just got back from Gambrils Princess, after a 1 week stay (6th Sept - 13th Sept), and can honestly say, wish I had'nt wasted my money.
Just got back from Cambrils Princess about a week ago now. I stayed for 7 nights, and i can honestly say 7 nights was long enough!! The hotel is very nice, clean and the food is good, however there wasnt much choice or different types of food as i expected .... especially for familys with children. If your a big fish eater then it will be like heaven for you! Id say another big problem with the hotel is the train line that runs right at the back all through the day mostly through-out the night too. This is VERY loud if you have a room at the back of the hotel (like we did) insted of a pool view room, as they must travel at the speed of 90mph and can stop you from sleeping, so take some ear plugs! My parents came the same time as me too and requested a pool view room which, they got by emailing. Id advise to do this about 1month before departing.