Hotel HG Borgia
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel HG Borgia Gandia
Travel Blogs from Gandia
... sea front was very nice with a fountain with doves swimming in it.
On Sunday morning we went to a market in the morning and I got some tasty fresh nuts, we also got some bread and eggs. After that we had a traditional English Sunday lunch with Yorkshire puddings at a local restaurant with our other relatives.
On Monday we had a relaxing morning and organised a few things, later we went to Lo Pegan for a walk along the sea front. There are mud ...
... dialect of spanish. For appetizers, he order grilled octopus, roasted red peppers stuffed with Bacalao (hope that's spelt right, cod fish i think) drizzled with a red pepper sauce, and calamari stuff with honestly i don't know what, and topped a sauce made from the ink of the squid. Looked like tar honestly. All came one at a time, in perfect portions. I have to say that I would have NEVER ordered any of these things. None the less when they came to table attempt to eat them if ...
... some other REAL hippy campers. These 4 hippie guys had been chumming it up in a little white work-van, and apart from the storm clouds of marijuana smoke which seemed to magically follow them; they played a mean game of frisby. In fact, they asked US if we would play with THEM! Good thing we were already dab-hands!
They had spent a couple of weeks in Cullera picking oranges for chicken scratch pay, ...
... there we walked around the sea wall and then back through the streets towards the hotel. The afternoon was spent on the beach, catching up on the freckles and then we wandered along the beach to a bar for a beer before going back to the hotel to change for dinner.
Restaurants here don't open until around 8 pm and really don't do much business until after 9 pm but we were starving and had noticed a fish restaurant not ...
... big dinner. Mindy ate mostly salad this time
because it was her favorite. We also had croquetas, which are fried
nuggets filled with bechamel and ham and vegetables. They are my favorite
homemade dish in Valencia. We surprised Mindy again with a big lemon
merengue pie with lots of candles. Sandra gave her some chocolates and then
the spanish mom gave her a bracelet, and my parents gave a wonderful card
and a flight home to see me from Spain.