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Barceló Castillo Beach Resort

Texto: 26184 Idyllic family destination opposite Caleta de Fuste (Fuerteventura) with exceptional swimming pools. Avenida del Castillo, s/n | 35610 Caleta de Fuste, Antigua (Fuerteventura)
+34 928 16 31 00 +34 928 163 042
Barceló Castillo Beach Resort Texto: 26184 4 out of 5 based on 3669 ratings. 3669 user reviews.
Barceló Castillo Beach Resort reviewed by Ellesha C on . No sleep Fabulous hotel, great location couldn't fault anything apart from the bed situation. We paid for 3 adults +1 child. Our room consisted of a double bed, a single mattress & a leather sofa. I slept on... Rating: 3
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Barceló Castillo Beach Resort

Avenida del Castillo, s/n   35610 Caleta de Fuste, Antigua (Fuerteventura)  


Places of Interest

7 km Fuerteventura

3 km Salinas de Antigua Golf Course

3 km Fuerteventura Golf Course

1 km El Castillo beach

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Barceló Castillo Beach Resort

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39% Complete

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    tinkerbellDundee Dundee,UK. 02/16/2017

    “Disappointed”

    We have just returned from a 14 night stay at the Castillo Beach Resort. We had a 1bedroomed bunglaow which was very spacious but very outdated with no ventilation in the bathroom so hence the mold in the bedroom and bathroom. Our bungalow was over run with tiny little ants, they were in our toothbrushs I know it's difficult to control so we went out and bought a spray, the maids cleaned every day and were very helpful they work hard for there money The complex itself is really big the hotel was busy whilst we were there but you could always find plenty of sundeds. The swimming pools are salt water and to be honest could do with a good clean or even re-tiling, and very cold There is a lifeguard on duty from 10am all through the day. The entertainment at night is typical holiday entertainment, If all-inclusive all the drinks you serve yourself. There's not a place where you can site and have a quite drink,every bar is outside and in February it's cold at night, I really thought like other hotels you can have a drink in the hotel reception area but not to be. Right the food........utter rubbish, we only ate in the hotel restaurant on 7 evenings, Caleta de Fuste does have some beautiful restaurants though. Everything was cold and tasteless. If you like pasta and sauce then you will be well away as this was served every night! There was always plenty of fruit, the salads and cheeses were sparse which is mainly what I wanted. The breakfasts were disguting, sloppy scrambled eggs, bony, burnt bacon, the sausages were disgusting, however there was always plenty of fruit, cereal, different breads so you would never go hungry. The selection of desserts was ok. Would I return to the Castillo - no. Stayed First two weeks in February 2017
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    Holidaym8ker London, United Kingdom. 02/16/2017 Family

    “Good Holiday”

    Enjoyed our holiday - we stayed for a week with a 5&8 year old. Great location as you're on hols within half an hour of landing. Rooms ok, first room we had an issue with insects after a few days so got moved but only a smaller room available. Sofa made of vinyl and really uncomfortable (we were trying to watch the olympics on a TV, which wasn't in the bedroom) bathroom was spotless. Huge site, we were directly opposite the main hotel over the road - a couple of minutes walk. The Food was generally good, a selection to please everyone and plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit, however the deserts were awful, imitation cream featured heavily - like something from the 80s. Standards were high and every effort was made to keep things hygienic with such a huge amount to feed. Free cocktails were awful too - sickly sweet over flavoured mixes cut with the cheapest alcohol served with one ice cube in. Surly pool maintenance guy and you're not allowed to swim until 9.30am (if I remember rightly) this was at the main pool. Loungers were uncomfortable and a bit like laying on a rack after a week (why no padding?) also jammed together and the usual (alternating between my other half and I) 7am camp out to get the bed that meant you could see the kids swim from your lounger. Sad I know but necessary if your kids aren't that competent at swimming and you don't want to spend all day stood on the edge. Kids had a ball which meant we were happy! All in all not a bad experience but you do feel just one of a number as it is a very very busy resort.
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    bernardwigmore Fleet, United Kingdom. 02/16/2017

    “Visited 2016”

    Bungalows are fairly basic but extremely clean. Must say the food was very good, pools nice and right on the beach. Just a short walk will take you into the heart of Caleta de Fuste with many bars and restaurants. You must give Pierrot a visit especially if you like a bit of cabaret
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    toconnor2001 Dublin, Ireland. 02/15/2017 Couples

    “lovelllly”

    just stayed for a few days ,,,, great place.... lovely small bungalow type apartments all on the one level... great big pool and smaller one for the kids... lovely pool side bar / cafe... 100 yard walk to main shops / bars /restaraunts.. the place was spotless inside and out.... must of the residents seem to be elderly but some familys about....will defo be back

    elcastillorrpp, General Manager at Barcelo Castillo Beach Resort, responded to this review
     Dear Guest, Firstly we would like to thank you for the lovely review you shared following your recent visit to our Barceló hotel and are delighted to read that we were able to match your holiday expectations. Once more we thank you for choosing our hotel for your holiday and very much look forward to having the opportunity to serve you again in the near future. Alirio Pérez General Manager

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    CatherineMaria2014 Dublin, Ireland. 02/15/2017 Couples

    “Good resort -pity about the beach”

    We booked the resort on the advice of a friend but did not realise that there was the hotel and the resort with apartments/bungalows. We chose resort , but we were upgraded to a suite with a corner sea view. As it was my birthday while I was there we were given some champagne and chocolate desert. Really lovely touch. Location is great with promenade around the coast just outside the hotel. The pool(s) area was a bit crowded with sunbeds not very attractive but on this occasion it did not matter as weather was very poor and not conducive to swimming. Cold windy and wet! (Cannot fault the hotel for that) We paid for breakfast in the resort and it was very comprehensive with full range of hot cold and fresh cooked omelettes etc. When it was busy it could be difficult to get a table near the food distribution points and I am sure it must be much more crowded in the high season so beware of this. To be fair staff worked hard to keep tables available as quickly as they became free. There is a range of excellent restaurants within a 10 minute walk so would recommend eating out even if only for a change of scene. The rooms were cleaned every day, the staff were lovely and helpful and the complex was lovely and well kept. Overall it was definitely value for money. I think I would give it a much higher score if it had direct access to a beach. (This would have been a much bigger drawback if the weather had been better)

    elcastillorrpp, General Manager at Barcelo Castillo Beach Resort, responded to this review
     Dear Guest, We greatly appreciate the time you spent to review your recent experience in our hotel, at Barceló we always strive to exceed guests' expectations and your comments will help our teams reaching that goal. We are really happy to hear you liked the facilities and the service of the Hotel. Thank you for your very nice compliments for our team, they do work very hard every day to make sure our guests feel well attended to at all times and definitely are an asset to our hotel. Thank you once again for making us your choice hotel and for your constructive critics, we certaily look forward to serving you again and to have the opportunity to exceed you expectations in a not too distant future. Alirio Pérez General Manager

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    • february 16 2017
    • Dundee,UK

    tinkerbellDundee

    “Disappointed”


    We have just returned from a 14 night stay at the Castillo Beach Resort. We had a 1bedroomed bunglaow which was very spacious but very outdated with no ventilation in the bathroom so hence the mold in the bedroom and bathroom. Our bungalow was over run with tiny little ants, they were in our toothbrushs I know it's difficult to control so we went out and bought a spray, the maids cleaned every day and were very helpful they work hard for there money The complex itself is really big the hotel was busy whilst we were there but you could always find plenty of sundeds. The swimming pools are salt water and to be honest could do with a good clean or even re-tiling, and very cold There is a lifeguard on duty from 10am all through the day. The entertainment at night is typical holiday entertainment, If all-inclusive all the drinks you serve yourself. There's not a place where you can site and have a quite drink,every bar is outside and in February it's cold at night, I really thought like other hotels you can have a drink in the hotel reception area but not to be. Right the food........utter rubbish, we only ate in the hotel restaurant on 7 evenings, Caleta de Fuste does have some beautiful restaurants though. Everything was cold and tasteless. If you like pasta and sauce then you will be well away as this was served every night! There was always plenty of fruit, the salads and cheeses were sparse which is mainly what I wanted. The breakfasts were disguting, sloppy scrambled eggs, bony, burnt bacon, the sausages were disgusting, however there was always plenty of fruit, cereal, different breads so you would never go hungry. The selection of desserts was ok. Would I return to the Castillo - no. Stayed First two weeks in February 2017


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    • february 16 2017
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Family

    Holidaym8ker

    “Good Holiday”


    Enjoyed our holiday - we stayed for a week with a 5&8 year old. Great location as you're on hols within half an hour of landing. Rooms ok, first room we had an issue with insects after a few days so got moved but only a smaller room available. Sofa made of vinyl and really uncomfortable (we were trying to watch the olympics on a TV, which wasn't in the bedroom) bathroom was spotless. Huge site, we were directly opposite the main hotel over the road - a couple of minutes walk. The Food was generally good, a selection to please everyone and plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit, however the deserts were awful, imitation cream featured heavily - like something from the 80s. Standards were high and every effort was made to keep things hygienic with such a huge amount to feed. Free cocktails were awful too - sickly sweet over flavoured mixes cut with the cheapest alcohol served with one ice cube in. Surly pool maintenance guy and you're not allowed to swim until 9.30am (if I remember rightly) this was at the main pool. Loungers were uncomfortable and a bit like laying on a rack after a week (why no padding?) also jammed together and the usual (alternating between my other half and I) 7am camp out to get the bed that meant you could see the kids swim from your lounger. Sad I know but necessary if your kids aren't that competent at swimming and you don't want to spend all day stood on the edge. Kids had a ball which meant we were happy! All in all not a bad experience but you do feel just one of a number as it is a very very busy resort.


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    • february 16 2017
    • Fleet, United Kingdom

    bernardwigmore

    “Visited 2016”


    Bungalows are fairly basic but extremely clean. Must say the food was very good, pools nice and right on the beach. Just a short walk will take you into the heart of Caleta de Fuste with many bars and restaurants. You must give Pierrot a visit especially if you like a bit of cabaret


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    • february 15 2017
    • Dublin, Ireland
    • Couples

    toconnor2001

    “lovelllly”


    just stayed for a few days ,,,, great place.... lovely small bungalow type apartments all on the one level... great big pool and smaller one for the kids... lovely pool side bar / cafe... 100 yard walk to main shops / bars /restaraunts.. the place was spotless inside and out.... must of the residents seem to be elderly but some familys about....will defo be back


    elcastillorrpp, General Manager at Barcelo Castillo Beach Resort, responded to this review
    Dear Guest, Firstly we would like to thank you for the lovely review you shared following your recent visit to our Barceló hotel and are delighted to read that we were able to match your holiday expectations. Once more we thank you for choosing our hotel for your holiday and very much look forward to having the opportunity to serve you again in the near future. Alirio Pérez General Manager

    EVALUATION

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    • february 15 2017
    • Dublin, Ireland
    • Couples

    CatherineMaria2014

    “Good resort -pity about the beach”


    We booked the resort on the advice of a friend but did not realise that there was the hotel and the resort with apartments/bungalows. We chose resort , but we were upgraded to a suite with a corner sea view. As it was my birthday while I was there we were given some champagne and chocolate desert. Really lovely touch. Location is great with promenade around the coast just outside the hotel. The pool(s) area was a bit crowded with sunbeds not very attractive but on this occasion it did not matter as weather was very poor and not conducive to swimming. Cold windy and wet! (Cannot fault the hotel for that) We paid for breakfast in the resort and it was very comprehensive with full range of hot cold and fresh cooked omelettes etc. When it was busy it could be difficult to get a table near the food distribution points and I am sure it must be much more crowded in the high season so beware of this. To be fair staff worked hard to keep tables available as quickly as they became free. There is a range of excellent restaurants within a 10 minute walk so would recommend eating out even if only for a change of scene. The rooms were cleaned every day, the staff were lovely and helpful and the complex was lovely and well kept. Overall it was definitely value for money. I think I would give it a much higher score if it had direct access to a beach. (This would have been a much bigger drawback if the weather had been better)


    elcastillorrpp, General Manager at Barcelo Castillo Beach Resort, responded to this review
    Dear Guest, We greatly appreciate the time you spent to review your recent experience in our hotel, at Barceló we always strive to exceed guests' expectations and your comments will help our teams reaching that goal. We are really happy to hear you liked the facilities and the service of the Hotel. Thank you for your very nice compliments for our team, they do work very hard every day to make sure our guests feel well attended to at all times and definitely are an asset to our hotel. Thank you once again for making us your choice hotel and for your constructive critics, we certaily look forward to serving you again and to have the opportunity to exceed you expectations in a not too distant future. Alirio Pérez General Manager

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