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Prestige Goya Park

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Cheap okish hotel, nothing more, nothing less. Dated rooms, wifi that doesn’t connect, nothing even in the hallways. Tried on 4 devices, so a problem that is with them. Could only slowly connect at the reception. The receptionist said it worked and thats it, pity when you need some work done. Full of bus tourist that are very pushy and take food dor their bustrip from the breakfast buffet. Breakfast was ok as well, but nothing special. Would pay extra for a better hotel, o ly booked here as most hotels are closed now, or 3 times the price

We only stayed one night, so a detailed review isn't really fair. Public areas are air conditioned but our room had no air-con, just a weak ceiling fan, so we had to keep the window open. (there was loud entertainment on the terrace until midnight so open windows didn't help us sleep!) Breakfast was excellent, we didn't eat dinner in the hotel Staff were a little inexperienced (there was only one other family at check-in, and it still took half an hour) Pool closes quite early (8pm) which is unusual in this part of the world

We had a lovely top floor room with a huge balcony that had wonderful views of the surrounding mountains, the sea and the green camping site next door. Reception staff were friendly, very efficient and helpful. The whole hotel was spotlessly clean. Regrettably we only stayed one night due to a previous booking elsewhere. We ended up having an extra night available to us so we booked a single night here. How I wish we had been here for our entire visit to the area. The location is great, just a few minutes walk to the lovely promenade along Roses beach, but far enough back to benefit from being that little bit quieter. The pool area and gardens of the hotel are very well kept and it is lovely to have the sense of space around you rather than other hotels looming up on all sides, which can often be the case in Spanish resorts. We were on a half board basis and the food at both dinner and breakfast was very fresh, a good choice and constantly being checked and topped up. It is popular with coach tours so if you get there at the wrong time it can be a chaotic, but it is not the fault of the hotel that you might have to contend with an entire group of coach tourists all pushing in, being noisy and generally taking over the dining room. All in all we very much enjoyed our stay at the Prestige Goya Park, I would not hesitate in returning their myself or recommending to others.

Stayed in this Hotel for 2nights,rooms very clean,toilets the same...The food was excellent ,breakfast ,lunch and evening meal all to a high standard. Public rooms very clean and spacious lots of animations i.e. Flamingo dancers,disco and dancing.Wheel chair friendly,nice pleasant staff.Lovely grounds swimming pools well looked after ....would recommend this Hotel as within easy walking distance along the prom to Shops and bars in Old Roses Town...

I was not lucky as I stayed for one night during a wedding celebration, however I have some comments if you are about to decide if you should stay here or not: Cons: If you are like me and don't like noise while sleeping.. then I will recommend you to stay in another hotel.. unless you bring some noise cancelling headphones.. You will listen every step of your upstair neighbors and when people walk in the corridor. Pros: Really close to the beach and super good price . This hotel is a 3 star hotel .. not more.. so you get what you pay for. I pay 67 a night with breakfast included. More than that I will say dont go for it. Thanks.

I realise that the use of the word prestige in the name of this hotel comes from the name of the hotel group that it is part of, however from the beginning this adds to the false advertising of a hotel that looks very tired, is not meeting the needs of the modern traveller and needs a serious injection of cash from owners. The Goya Park Hotel is on the outskirts of Santa Margarita, Rosas. The hotel has partially covered, tight but gated parking (which costs 5€ per day - expensive and the card key to exit rarely worked). It is surrounded by on street parking, a campsite and a mixture of villas and apartments. Some rooms have partial sea views, others have canal/mountain views. Ours (on the second floor) also had a view over an ugly tiled roof and the edges of the crazy golf ... but someone's room had to. The hotel is a short walk from the beach and restaurants/bars. The staff in reception were friendly and very helpful; allowing us to book in when we arrived 45 minutes early. We had forgotten to book breakfast when we had completed our online reservation - possibly a Freudian slip as we hadn't enjoyed the breakfast when we'd previously stayed for an 'emergency' night in June - this wasn't 'checked' by the staff. To purchase breakfast on the day was 9€ - we ate elsewhere. Our room was very clean - housekeeping is a strength of this hotel. The housekeeping staff display great pride in their work and they are very friendly and welcoming. The beds were average, metal frames which moved easily when you turned over. Only one, slim pillow was provided per bed - insufficient. Strengths Staff - generally friendly and helpful. Housekeeping - the room and public areas were very clean. Some of the best I've seen. Lovely housekeeping ladies. Balcony - spacious with comfortable patio furniture. Weaknesses Shower/bathroom - the shower sat in a bracket that meant it pointed straight at the shower curtain well above my head. This meant the bath mat and floor was quickly soaked. The shower therefore had to be hand held. A message in the room categorically stated that no towels (incl. bath mats) could be hung on the balcony to dry. This meant the second person showering had no hope in keeping the floor dry or safe. The same message said you couldn't put towels out to save sunbeds ... this wasn't followed up by hotel staff. Bedroom furniture - old and worn, veneer was chipped and marked, it all looked well-used and tired. A cupboard had a big hole cut in the floor ... previously contained a fridge perhaps? No fridge! It was very hot and there was no way of keeping water/drinks cold. WiFi ... only available in public areas and the info on how to access it was not clear. It was also expensive. Plugs - only 1 in the bedroom, 1 in the bathroom. Most travellers have phones, Kindles, hair dryers etc. There wasn't sufficient place to charge/use devices. Public areas and entertainment - this is definitely a hotel for those who love loud music and active entertainment ... all day and all evening. Public seats were badly stained. Lifts were small and waits were long. All in all, staff try hard to keep the hotel working well and looking good but I believe they need the financial support of the owners / Prestige chain to modernise and improve facilities.

The hotel is nice, but in the mornings there are plenty of people and the elevators are too small so we took 20 min waiting for the lift (we were with a baby stroller) and there were never place in the lifts. The same situation was on saturday and on sunday. If you are having a small baby with a baby stroller I would not recommend this hotel. The staff some were very nice others not at all. The breakfast is good, The swimming pool is nice. The price was not cheap.

Very different hotel to last two we stayed at but we enjoyed the change! We booked direct and got an excellent half board deal. Our room (521) was clean with good sized balcony with distant views of the sea. The internet connection was fine in the lounge area, the staff welcoming. The gardens looked inviting and well kept but very noisy as they were creating/repairing a decking area and we could not understand why this job had broke out in mid June instead of earlier in the year! The hotel caters for large groups and the dining room did reflect this particularly on the Saturday night when it felt like Euston Station at rush hour and we found ourselves on a long table, elbow to elbow with other guests. Following two nights much better and we found a table to suit. Enjoyed the food on offer very much. Mainly French guests so interesting to try something different. The wine was good and if unfinished you could have the bottle kept for next time. Plenty of street parking. Roses town and this area is definately worth a visit.

We had booked a room at the Goya Park for a short break in August so we decided to give it a 1 night try out before returning to the u.k at the end of the half term holidays. We arrived on the Sunday afternoon and were given a room on the 4th floor which overlooked the gardens. The balcony was a good size along with decent chairs and table.It was clean and tidy with 3 beds in it but it did not feel at all cramped.It did not have a fridge and the t.v was a big ugly thing. The furniture looked a bit tired but usable.The breakfast the following morning catered for all tastes from just pasteries to a full cooked breakfast. The staff were all very friendly and helpfull and could not do enough for us. To sum up the hotel could do with a make over as in some areas it was showing it's age but without losing the quite charm that it has. We will be staying here in August.

We only stayed on night. There is gated parking and the bikes were parked under cover. The buffet for dinner was very good with a wide selection which we made the most of. Beer was 3.50 euros and a bottle of house red 6 euros which in my opinion was good for a hotel. We did not go down to the town or the beach as we had a long day and this was a stop over. I cannot comment on breakfast as we left before it was available. I have included views from my room on the 9th floor.

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