Hotel Playa Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Playa Sol Cadaques
Location, location.... Had a great stay at this hotel. We paid extra for a balcony-sea view as other reviewers recommended it, and it was definitely worth it. Room was very clean and comfortable, great to have the door open to the lovely sea air and sit on the balcony at night or morning and enjoy the view before venturing out. I really liked the bathroom facilities too, nice and modern, enough space and quality toiletries. We also had the breakfast package, which was good value and adequate but I wouldn't rave about the food. Nothing wrong, just not the best. Service was great, including pre-booking emails prior. Would stay again without hesitation.
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