Visited for the third time. Very relaxing place, staff are very helpful but also discreet and non intrusive. Beautiful gardens, great location to visit beautiful surrounding villages and great beaches. Great for a long week end away from everything.
Just a noisy cockerel in the morning, so bring some ear plugs if that kind of noise bothers you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hidden in an ancient pine forest at the outskirts of Conil de la Frontera, along the prettiest bays of the South of Spain, there is a place that`s pure and perfect. You can swim next to the 85 years old palm trees or quietly swing your hammock in the shade of the lemon trees, next to the water well. If the weather is too hot, you can relax in the jaima (big Moroccan desert tent) where you can choose a book from the library or play a game of pool whilst sipping an ice cold tinto de verano (Spanish summer wine) from the bar. At night, you can climb up to the roof terrace for a phenomenal look at the stars from the planetarium. They call it Paraiso Perdido: Lost Paradise. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paraiso Perdido Conil De La Frontera, Spain - Costa De La Luz