This 4 star hotel´s location on the north peak of the Bay of Cadiz, to the southeast of western Andalusia and bathed by the Atlantic Ocean has been home to many different cultures and civilisations such as the Tartesos, the Romans, the Arabs and the Christians.
The hotel is surrounded by 16 km of magnificent golden sandy beaches with extensive pine-forested dunes through which a terrific winding wooden boardwalk has been constructed allowing visitors to easily walk or cycle through the dunes.
A low rise hotel with only one storey, the hotel was built in the 1960´s and enjoys an enviable frontline location right on the beach. The waves would crash against the walls of the hotel were it not for a small promenade in-between. The hotel is very well maintained and has beautiful mature gardens surrounding a central patio where there are two swimming pools; one for adults and one for children.
Off this patio is a bar and large dining room where an excellent buffet breakfast is served daily as well as buffet lunches and dinners. Food is of a high standard. The hotel staff are known for their friendly and helpful manner with guests.
A recent addition to the hotel is a second, rooftop seawater pool with a modern “chillout” design which affords lovely views of the beach and is an ideal area to relax.
The hotel is less than a 5 minute drive from the centre of Rota, a pleasant town with many nice bars and restaurants. One can also walk to Rota along the beach or boardwalk and this takes roughly 25 minutes.
The nearby towns of Sanlucar de Barrameda and Puerto de Santa Maria are well worth a visit as is the capital of the area, Cadiz. There is a regular catamaran boat service between Rota and Cadiz.
This area is highly popular with Spanish tourists and people from Seville many of whom have second homes in this area.
A kids club is operated in the summer months and nightly entertainment is also on offer.
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Rota is in the north of the Bay of Cadiz. One of its most significant buildings is Luna Castle (13th century), currently home to the Town Hall and the local tourist board. We should also mention the Baroque Caridad or San Juan Bautista Church, and San Roque Church, home to the statue of the town's patron saint. There is a golf course and the town has two beaches: La Costilla, alongside the old town, and Rompidillo, as well as other, unspoilt beaches further away from the centre.
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