Hotel Cap Negret

N-332 Alicante-Valencia, Km.159,Altea,Spain

  • Experience World-class Service at Hotel Cap Negret

    Renovated in 2018 and featuring private access to Cap Negret de Altea pebble beach, Hotel Cap Negret has outdoor swimming pools with water jets. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, a terrace with sea views and a flat-screen TV. The bright rooms at the Cap Negret feature tiled floors and a private bathroom with shower or bath tub. Each one has a safe and a fridge. Hotel Cap Negret is just a 10-minute walk from the centre of Altea. This pretty town has narrow streets and typical whitewashed houses. Benidorm is 8 km from the hotel and Alicante Airport is 50 km away. Featuring direct sea views, the hotel's terrace comes with the pool bar Blue Beach Altea Gastro and Lounge with barbecue where Mediterranean dishes, appetizers and cocktails are served. Guests can also relax at the Montgó Cafetería or at the Patio Chill Out Riu Algar. The main restaurant offers live cooking and a buffet with Mediterranean cuisine and rice dishes. There is also a gym with personal trainers at an extra cost. The hotel's entertainment program available throughout the year includes activities during the day, as well as evening entertainment with live music, several days a week. The hotel also offers a bike zone, including garage for bicycles, workshops, clean up service and laundry area.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Nice hotel

      4.0
      Reviewed 03 October 2019

      Like the previous reviewer we also had a free upgrade,nothing was said when checking in but realised when we saw it. The room was good with a side sea view but looking across at other balconies. I don't know if it would have been worth paying another 200 for although I didn't see the standard room. We liked this hotel it was well kept,small garden area ,nice pool right on seafront,plenty of sunbeds all in good condition Staff all brilliant The breakfast area was pleasant seats inside or out,plenty of choice and quiet not noisy and hectic like some places We particularly liked the courtesy bus which ran at regular times,Alex the driver was always smart,courteous and on time. It's about a 15 min walk into towni f you don't want to use the free bus but about 250 steps up to the old town we always took the bus in and walked back,although Alex will always pick you up if that's what you want The old town was one of the best we've seen,and we've seen a few. Loved the evenings there. We were bed and breakfast so ate either there or on the promenade, loads of restuarants to choose from. All in all I thought this hotel excellent value for money and would recommend it

      Christine G
    • One of our best break. Great hotel.

      5.0
      Reviewed 01 October 2019

      The hotel doesnt look great from the outside. This was our only criticism in that it could do with painting, along with fun being a bit dated. However, once inside its a different story. We felt it was very luxurious. Everything was spotlessly clean. The staff do a great job. Friendly check in and free upgrade to a premier deluxe room with a sea view was a pleasant surprise. We also went half board and not sure how people can complain about the food we found it really nice and plenty of choice - different every day. Location is perfect. Right on the beach and a 10-15 min to the old town, with a brief section along the main road before you slip onto the sea promenade. We loved altea. Very traditional Spanish feel. All staff incredibly friendly. Mostly Spanish people at the hotel which was fine for us because most hotels that have masses of English people tend to cater for the masses and not that great. We had fantastic weather 30 degrees everyday at the end of September. Drinks are great - local beers and gin and wine for 2.80 a glass - even for a hotel we found really Cheap. We will be returning in 2020 and this hotel is doing everything right.

      Relmes
    • Good place to stay

      5.0
      Reviewed 29 September 2019

      Nice room, very good range of toiletries provided in the bathroom, bath robes, slippers and a coffee machine plus refreshments and bottled water also provided. A good range of food provided at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Friendly staff, and a free courtesy bus provided to the old town. A view of the sea provided from the balcony, overall we had a very pleasant stay.

      Dale C
    • 4 Star Hotel ? 2 Star Room

      3.0
      Reviewed 28 September 2019

      We stayed here for 10 nights on a B&B basis in the middle of this this month. Prior to our departure we contacted the hotel, as I usually do, requesting a high floor if possible. I also enquired if there would be a kettle in the room. We were informed that as we had booked a standard room we would be on the first floor and we would not have a kettle. Upon our arrival we, along with everyone else were asked if we wanted to upgrade our room. As this wasnt a particularly cheap holiday anyway we declined. An extra 200 euros on top of what we had paid would have been unacceptable to us. The room on first glance was just ok. The positives were fairly new bathroom fittings, free safe, fridge and several TV channels. When we arrived the area was experiencing very bad storms, and so it wasnt very warm in the room. I noticed that there was only one pillow each, and that there were no blankets, just a sheet to keep warm. I asked at reception the next day for a blanket but it failed to materialise. The mattresses seemed fairly new, but the sheets didnt fit and there were no mattress protectors on, this meant that you woke up in the morning having slept on a bare mattress. The bed bases were very old, with threadbare bits of material hanging off them. There was also a lamp on the table complete with a shabby and stained lampshade. The bathroom had been partially renovated, new toilet, sink and shower, however it wasnt tiled, just the bare plaster, no window and no fan. The biggest problem with the bathroom was the sliding opaque glass door. It was impossible to fully close. The ring stuck on the inside of the door to open and close the door dropped off. During the night if one of us put the bathroom light on it completely lit up the room waking the other. Sometimes the light wouldnt work at all even with the key card in the slot. The biggest issue with the room was the air-con, or rather lack of. After the storms it became very hot and humid, the sun would stream in our room in the afternoon and evening. The air-con didnt work at all, and it was stifling in the room, especially after showering. I reported it to reception, they said they would send somebody to look at it. Someone did come to look at it , but it still didnt work. The only way to get some fresh air in at night would have been to sleep with the doors open, this wasnt an option for us as we were on the first floor, we just wouldnt have felt safe. We would never knowingly have booked a hotel that didnt have air-con. We have stayed in 2 star hotels that have had fully functioning air-con for a fraction of the price. My Husband was Ill whilst we were away, he had flu like symptoms. I can only imagine that lying in a boiling hot room did not help matters. He is still not 100% over a week later. I myself barely slept the latter part of the holiday due to the heat. The breakfast at this hotel is excellent, there is something to suit even the most picky eaters. We did feel however that the initial breakfast experience became less relaxed when a coach load of holiday makers arrived shortly into our stay. At 8am there would be a queue of at least 50 people waiting for the dining room to open. At 8.10 am the breakfast would be decimated, no hot water for tea, very little bread and pastries left. It seems that this hotel caters for mostly large groups, cyclist, walkers for example, rather than for individual holidaymakers. The pool area isnt that large, and given the amount of loungers can feel very cramped, that said whilst we were there we always found a bed. I can imagine in high season this may not be the case. The shuttle bus provided by the hotel was excellent, and for us a god send. We used it every day, sometimes more than once. The driver Alex was very helpful, professional and polite. I understand that sometimes holidaymakers wish to upgrade to certain rooms for example for a sea view, as we have done ourselves on previous holidays. I do think that if you pay 4 star prices all the rooms should reflect that and should be of a similar standard, otherwise you may as well save your money and go in a 2 or 3 star hotel. Overall we felt the room fell below our expectations and so would not return. I

      LEWTheMidlands
    • Beautiful beachfront location..

      4.0
      Reviewed 26 September 2019

      This hotel is a haven for relaxation, right on the (pebbly) beach with full spa facilities.We stayed for only 3 nights but will definitely return. The staff in all areas were very friendly and the entertainments team do a great job,and we particularly enjoyed Alex the singer,he put on a great show ! Foodwise,all tastes were catered for with plenty of choices on offer.There is a shuttle service available to ferry residents to the pretty town of Altea,not to be missed.... Could not find fault with Cap Negret hotel.

      mslizmc

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