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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Salobre Golf Resort & Spa Maspalomas
Great hotel fabulous situation
Just returned from a week at the Salobre .We loved the hotel and the position on top of the mountain was spectacular. The rooms were spotless and very modern all with nice balconies.We played golf every day not cheap but an enjoyable course.The staff were friendly and helpful. A car is a necessity if you want to go out for meals.Melanorus is about 10 minutes away and has nice shops and restaurants. We went to a small fishing village nearby and had great meals at a fishing co operative near the harbour. If you like tranqulity in lovely surroundings really recommend this for a holiday especially if you play golf
Großartiges Hotel, fabelhafte Lage
Wir waren gerade für eine Woche im Salobre. Wir waren vom Hotel begeistert und die Lage auf dem Berg war spektakulär. Die Zimmer waren makellos und sehr modern und alle waren mit einem schönen Balkon ausgestattet. Wir haben jeden Tag Golf gespielt, nicht billig, aber der Platz war sehr schön. Das Personal war freundlich und hilfsbereit. Man braucht ein Auto, wenn man dort auswärts etwas essen gehen will. Melanorous liegt ca. 10 Minuten entfernt, wo es schöne Geschäfte und Restaurants gibt. Wir sind auch in ein kleines Fischerdorf in der Nähe gefahren und haben nahe des Hafens in einem kleinen Fischladen großartig gegessen. Wenn Sie auf der Suche nach Ruhe und einer schönen Umgebung sind, dann ist dieses hier etwas für Sie, vor allem wenn Sie Golf spielen.
If you want a few days away from the hustle and bustle of city life then this is the hotel for you. If you want to be in the middle of a touristy resort with the bars and restaurants on your doorstep then don't book into this hotel. I would describe it as a "sanctuary" away from all the noise of Maspalomas, but near enough to go there to eat out in the evening. However, I would recommend you hire a car - the hotel have a car park for which unlike a previous reviewer we were not charged.
Schönes Hotel mit exzellentem Design und Service. Großartige Zimmer, vor allem das Bett, der Fernseher und die Dusche (diejenigen, die sich das Zimmer mit jemandem teilen, den sie normalerweise nicht nackt sehen, sollten das durchsichtige Glas in der Dusche beachten).
This hotel is indeed hard to rate since lots of mixed feelings.
Lovely hotel with excellent design and service. Great rooms - particularly the bed, tv, and shower (although those sharing with somebody they don't normally see naked should beware of the clear glass into the shower room) Food is great, although perhaps a bit expensive. Stick to the a-la-carte restaurant instead of the overpriced (and mediocre) buffet.
If hotels were assessed on standards of accommodation and food only, then the Salobre Golf Hotel would certainly merit 5 stars. Other issues however require to be brought into the equation. We arrived at night and the entrance was so poorly lighted that we drove straight past and had difficulty locating the hotel. The lift from the car park to reception was broken so we had to hump our cases up the reception area and then, with the assistance of a porter, to our room on the 10th floor. The bedroom was spacious and well equipped. We particularly liked the large sleep eazi bed, the wet room and the plasma TV. However, whilst there is CNN, there is no Sky or BBC World so Brits are not particularly well catered for. Breakfasts were excellent in terms of choice and quality of food. Workmen are still on site and there is a constant noise of piling from a nearby construction site but this should be only a very temporary problem. One further issue, when I donate to charity I like to choose the charity I donate to. I do not expect a donation to be added to my bill and forwarded to a charity of Sheraton's choice. Overall though, a very pleasant hotel
Have just returned from one week stay at Sheraton Salobre, have to say that we had little to complain about and taking into account this hotel is not long open, it is very near 5 stars. Problems encountered by others who have left reviews we didn't experience, perhaps these have been improved by others highlighting these.
A lovely hotel - shame about the service!
I cannot fault the hotel on its design, cleanliness etc however the service is poor. I ordered a bottle of wine from room service and after ringing up again to see where it was it finally arrived an hour and half after ordering it!
The reception staff i found to be the best, knowledgeable and polite. I would advise that you take the free bus to maspalamos and eat there as the hotel food was highly overpriced for what is was.
Word of warning the bahroom has a clear glass window which looks directly into the bedrooms!