Gran Hotel del Coto

Address: Sector D Segunda Fase, Matalascanas, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sector D Segunda Fase, Matalascanas, is near Bolonia Beach and Facinas Road.
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          • Beach
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Hotel del Coto Matalascanas

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Matalascanas


          A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on May 28, 2013

          20 photos

          ... town here has its local Alcazar/Alcazaba/Castle...

          By the time we were done we were quite hungry and visited a nice restaurant (that was mentioned in the guidebook as well) - Cruz Blanca. We had two half orders each. The food was really great again. We have spend there about an hour and proceeded to walk around more. Tomo has noticed a very nice dessert place where we had ice cream afterwards. The tables outside on ...

          Austerity and decadence in Jerez

          A travel blog entry by stupete on Nov 16, 2012

          70 photos

          ... all doom and gloom! The Spanish people seem very resilient and good humoured. And for some people at least there seems to be plenty of euros around. We went to a large (approx 200 capacity) expensive restaurant last night and it was almost full of locals. The shops seem to be very busy and there are plenty of nice luxury cars around. And even for the 'have-nots', they are out and about enjoying life and socialising. We stepped into a lively flamenco bar a couple of ...

          Home from home

          A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 06, 2011


          ... a canal, but there were several and it was hard to know if I should be keeping straight ahead or not. People told me I should, and one not only gave me extensive directions but a litre and a half of water. I needed this as we had just poured half of mine away trying to get it into my new bottle, which only had a sucky bit and refused to be refilled. Unfortunately keeping straight ahead was difficult as there was work in progress on the railway, which did a lot to add to the ...


          A travel blog entry by carolinachloe09 on Mar 11, 2010

          2 comments, 6 photos

          There really isnŽt loads to say about this place, but it is evident old people settle here and horses draw them in. The show was basically us and the population of atleast 10 retirement centers. I understand horses are not the easiest to train, but by the way Chloe was clapping youŽd think the horse was able process cheddar. Seriously though, when numbers of horses danced around balancing on their hind legs only, I was impressed!

          -Josh ...

          Letter Home

          A travel blog entry by catedoyle on Feb 03, 2007

          ... of off-standish and I didn't feel great (just icky kind of day and I had a headache) so I sort of just sat by myself watching TV in the same room as her. But by the time Meredith showed up to help cook dinner, Carmen had come out of her shell! She came in the kitchen and chatted with us and helped us cook. She told us about Cadiz and Carnival and what she's studying and all sorts of stuff. I think perhaps she just didn't feel like working to talk to me, but when she heard ...