H TOP Amaika Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsH TOP Amaika Hotel Calella
Hotel was great for amenities, close to beach, and very clean. Many positives, including having entertainment laid on both in afternoons and evenings, and I guess for some, the all-inclusive package would be a plus, though I would say the choices, especially for food, would be better and more varied outside in the many bars and restaurants, Its certainly good value and prices not much more if we had chosen to upgrade from half-board.
As regard negatives - half-board! Well just the catering in general, while I am assured it is of a higher standard than many other hotels in Calella, including most in the H Top group, it just was a bit lacklustre. Dont get me wrong, there was variety a-plenty as it was a buffet style, and the breakfasts had everything I would want, but the quality of ingredients and sometimes the cooking process turned some dishes into rather bland affairs, and for goodness sake, for evening dinner why not leave the breakfast juice machine on, at least the water option so that those not on all-inclusive do not have to buy any sort of drink at all to have with the meal (my wife was even told off for bringing back the same large water bottle we bought the previous evening as we hadn't finished it) - the walls are very thin so noise travels easily but I gather that is the norm for hotels in this resort if not other modern ones on the Costa Brava.
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