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Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

We came here last Sunday for dinner and we're welcomed politely and walked over to our table. Service was good and our drink order was taken straight away.

We ordered our food fairly promptly and we're given an Amuse-bouche from the kitchen; melon and Parma Ham - tasty but not exactly a challenging dish. Only shared the lobster croquettes for starter which were a nice little thing to share. Myself and two others from our party ordered the fillet and foie, one the Sea Bass, and, finally, one had the duck breast.

A little wait for our starters to come (I had almost forgotten we ordered a starter), and we shared them with the table, with everyone secretly wanting the 6th croquette. Our mains came and the steaks were cooked to order and were beautifully pink. The foie portion was relatively small and the fillet was a very nice size - though not bursting with flavour. My girlfriend who had the Sea Bass, which she was not overly impressed with and said it definitely did not deserve to wear the €30 tshirt! The duck was okay however only the very centre of the breast was pink and for the most part it was pretty tough.

For desert I shared the chocolate truffles with my girlfriend which were very nice, yet the flavour lacked the real rich taste you would usually expect with truffles. A gold bar was also ordered (I believe that was what it was called) which I only heard good things about.

I was almost going to give Hotel Aguablava 4/5 star but had to go with 3. It is by far the best hotel, with some of the better food in the area. But if you're going to charge top prices for your food make sure you're actually delivering top food. Would come back, but would hope the food was a touch better for the price.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
2  Thank Sebastiaan E
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

We stayed at Hotel Aiguablava for 3 nights in July. After looking at the photos on their website and at Booking.com we felt that these new, modern looking and well designed room was something that really appealed to us. We also booked a room with a balcony overlooking the garden. After checking-in and entering our room we got confused, is this the hotel we booked? It was like stepping back in time to the 70's! The room was nothing like the photos. It was old, brown and yellow and the balcony was above the hotel bar overlooking the parking lot. When I talked to Ruben at the front desk he just shrugged and said that he was aware of the problem. When I asked why they have such false marketing of their hotel and that we would like another, refurbished, room he said he would talk to management and they would get back to us. Of course no-one ever did get back to us...Otherwise the staff at the hotel was very friendly and attentive. The food however was bland and boring. This is more of a hotel for people over the age of 70 who like to stay on the premises for their vacation.

Room Tip: Call the hotel and make them confirm, in writing, that you get a refurbished room!
  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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1  Thank Somla70
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Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Stayed for three glorious nights at this very family friendly yet elegant hotel. The views were stunning with great food, beautiful pool and great access to hikes and beaches and water sports. Our kids fell in love with the place and we all made new friends. I can't wait to go back again! Incredible place!

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

Beautiful hotel overlooking the bay at Aigua Blava with a stunning pool and grounds. You can walk to all the adjoining bays or get the water taxi. This is definitely a family friendly hotel with a relaxed atmosphere but great service, nothing is too much trouble. The room was recently refurbished and is very stylish with a stunning view from our balcony over the small bay. We will be back.

Room Tip: Book a sea view it's worth it.
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Nicola B
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Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

This is a sprawling hotel perched on a hill - swimming pool, tennis courts, several buildings, parking lot, etc. There're three restaurants - a formal one inside, one on the terrace, and another by the garden. The food and wine selections are top notch - I was surprised by how good the beef tataki was. The waiters are very friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, judging from some of the reviews by Brits on this site, they can't seem to leave their prejudices behind. Why so many references to Fawlty Towers? This was a sitcom from the 1970s, loosely based on Don Quixote (Fawlty), who is about to get a spanking from his sidekick, Sancho Panza (Manuel), in his chimerical quest for independence from the EU. Hopefully, with the pound reaching parity with the euro, their ranks will have been diminished too. The staff at the front desk were often buried in their work - maybe because it's August. However, the bellboys were diligent (a shout-out to Eddie, who went to New York to practice his English, only to discover that everyone spoke Spanish). There's a lingering paint-on-metal smell in the lobby of one of the outer buildings, which was renovated recently, and the towel card used for the card slot is confusing - or inconvenient, if you need to charge your gadgets while you're sunning on the beach.

Stayed: August 2017
1  Thank D M
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