The food was not all that good and to be honest lacked anything which was no better than your average school dinner. The quality diminished through the day so after three nights we could stand it no longer and ventured off into town to eat out. There is an' entertainment ' team which we can only be diplomatically described as part time performers, don't set your expectations too high as they are what I would describe as clueless.
In summary to be honest the resort is nice, 2 to 3 star is where it sits, but Caleta has so much to offer, do not book all inclusive, book b and b or half board and go and eat out as it is cheap enough and there is enough to keep you happy..
Stayed March 2017.
Travelled as a couple.
Travel operator: OTB
The swimming pools are salt water and the salt content is that high that it burnt your eyes and lips. The food is lukewarm and the same menu for breakfast, dinner and tea. Three of our party had food poisoning. Book somewhere else.
There was a swimming pool but the water wasn't very clean, don't think it got cleaned very often.
There was a bath in the very large bathroom but it had no taps or plug! There was also a shower. There was no wardrobe only hooks but most people only seemed to stop for one or two nights anyway. The room was airconditioned and we had a fridge and fan.
The hotel was in a really good location on the edge of town but within easy walking distance to the sights and shops but far enough away to be really peaceful.
The food in the restaurant was all vegetarian and no alcohol but they did lovely pancakes with honey for breakfast.
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