Club Cala Azul Overview
From the 1st of July 2016 tourists staying overnight in the Balearic Islands will be charged an Eco-tax levied by the local government. This tax is not included in the price of your accommodation and will be charged upon arrival at your chosen holiday accommodation.
• The cost is between €0.50-€2.50 per person, per night for adults.
• Under 16s are exempt from the tax.
• Between November 1st - April 30th, there will be a 50 % discount.
• There is a 50% discount on the tax from the ninth day of your stay.
Eco Tax conditions are set by the local government and are subject to change
Our customers think this is great for...
- Swimming pool - outdoor
- Satellite television service
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30 July 2015
Good depending on what you are looking for
Eric P, Scotland
We booked this as part of a last minute budget holiday, choosing to go half board to save money. We were looking for somewhere quiet and it definitely met that requirement. Lovely views across the bay. Be aware that there are a number of different classes of room. We were a bit caught out thinking they were all apartments. The rooms are pretty basic and a bit tatty - but are at least clean with a fridge. They lack air conditioning - relying on a (noisy) ceiling fan for cooling. The nights were very warm and the fan wasn't really up to the job. As mentioned in other reviews the clientele are mainly Italian as were the staff. This suited us fine - and food was for the most part fine. Breakfast was a bit limited. There is a local shop which sells a decent range of food, drink and other things. There is also local car hire - essential if you want to travel further afield as the bus service is very limited. The beach is about 10 minutes walk where sun beds and parasols can be rented.
The best thing about my stay was...The resort was peaceful and family friendly with helpful staff.
04 August 2007
Jo Wendes, Kent
We just came back from a week at the Cala Azul. Its a really nice hotel, set among pine trees and with great views over the sea from all over the resort. Its a short 5 min walk to the beach, although you have to go down around 20 steps to get to it, no problem for us but it's worth being aware of. We went half board. The meals were ok but a bit repetetive - we ended up eating out the last 3 nights. The pool area is nice, with a smaller pool for kids, more pine trees around it so theres always shade if you need some. It does get a little noisy with the aqua-gym but its only for an hour in the mornings so no huge headache. The only problem we did come across was that it is really aimed at Italian holidaymakers. Most of the staff were Italian with Spanish as their 2nd language. It wouldn't have caused a problem, except we were with our children (4 and 8) and were intending to use the kids club. We couldnt do this as they spoke no English!! Also all of the evening entertainment was in Italian. Getting drinks at the bar also caused us problems as only 1 barman spoke any English, the rest literally had to be communicated with through pointing, although they understood 'Coca Cola'!! All in all I would definitely go back to Cala Lleyna, but maybe to a different hotel if we went with the kids again.
23 June 2005
Review of 'CLUB CALA AZUL'
Alison Wall, Dover/England
We had a great time at Club Cala Azul in May 2005. It was very quiet and peaceful and the price was great. The room was very small (but lovely and clean and cleaned every day), but that was ok as we weren't in it very much, and the view to the sea through the pine trees was stunning. It more than made up for it! The hotel is in Cala Llenya (this address is not given and it took us ages to find it), which is a quiet place with about 4 restaurants and a beautiful secluded beach. A perfect holiday if you're after a relaxing time.
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