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Apartahotel Nido del Aguila

Calle del Roque de los Muchachos 3, 35130 Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria Spain
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#31 of 70 hotels in Puerto Rico
The Nido del Aguila Apartments is ideally located on a hillside overlooking Amadores Beach and the ocean. The beach is a 5 min drive down the hill via local bus, and a pleasant walk. We have two pools, lots of areas to take sun, and private chill-out zones so that you can relax in the shade. Public areas provide free wifi, and private wifi is available for purchase. Each of our apartments features a kitchenette, living room, balcony or terrace, and a private bedroom. The establishment serves drinks and snacks, and also features a buffet style restaurant. Should you like to try the local culture you can walk to the shopping center that around the corner, it features a fun nightlife, restaurants, and sports facilities.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Bar / lounge
Evening entertainment
Sun terrace
Laundry service
Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
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Room features
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
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Mountain View
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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l60jmd wrote a review 2 Dec
Montrose, United Kingdom17 contributions10 helpful votes
Came over for a week and was given a fantastic upper apartment very nice it was the staff was all very friendly and always had a smile on their faces i was all inclusive I am returning in March and will be staying for 3 weeks i can't wait Thanks for a great week Jim Mcdonald
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
Arran C wrote a review 1 Dec
2 contributions2 helpful votes
Been here a few times but unfortunately this is by far the worst and last stay. The food especially the lunch and dinner wasn't worth entertaining which is unfortunate as we had boked all inclusive. The cleaners where brilliant and friendly. The barman is really nice chatty and friendly which is more than I can say about the young barmaid never met somebody so grumpy and disinterested. The beer did taste funny at times and your all inclusive cocktails come from a machine. Vile. The rooms are fine basic but fine. And forget about WiFi. All in all poor food crap drinks no WiFi and ok apartments not really worth it.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Good location for bars and restaurants
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kiara b wrote a review Nov 2021
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Had a lovely time the apartment was very basic but clean. Found the All Inclusive just ok, breakfast and lunch was fine but evening meal was poor. I would go self catering next time as ate out most evenings. The main thing letting this hotel down is the £50 deposit I paid, I was not expecting this and worst still I HAVE NOT HAD THIS REFUNDED AS PROMISED ON MY DEPARTURE. I have sent emails directly to the hotel and no response received. I would be grateful if this could be refunded asap
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Date of stay: October 2021
Room Tip: Make sure the deposit is refunded before vacating the hotel or it looks like you lose it at this...
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yasminq79 wrote a review Nov 2021
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I decided to take an apartment this year for my summer holiday. Still chose all inclusive. On arrival, I was told at reception they needed a €50 deposit. Something I was not made aware of prior to my trip. There was no help with luggage and we weren't shown to our apartment. Be aware, there are 2 flights of stairs to carry your suitcase up and down and more if you have an upstairs apartment. No beach towel provided, so take your own or you can buy them locally for around €5. APARTMENT Not a bad apartment for the price but the smell of the drains is horrific. And NO AIR CON! Just a large fan. The shower is temperamental. It's either freezing cold, or scold your skin off hot and it seems there is a limited supply of hot water, so don't be in there too long! The apartment itself was a decent size. Enough storage, small kitchen with everything needed to prepare a meal although I didn't actually use it. By day 4 and the toilet bin hadn't been emptied. I'm not a snob and would change it myself if there was a bag. Even though I am paying for a service. Towels have not been changed either! I honestly don't think reception had informed the cleaners the room was occupied as all other rooms were cleaned daily. The cleaners were always friendly and helpful. FOOD Spain have a rule to wear a mask indoors unless you are eating. I had forgot 3 times and each time I had been told, whilst at the same time there had always been someone else inside with no mask. Not quite sure how they figure out who is exempt from government rules. But clearly not me. There is one bar/restaurant and it isn't always manned. They have times when they are cleaning the restaurant and point blank refuse to serve, even for water! I was told I wasn't allowed to get water because they had just mopped. This wouldn't bother me if they had a water station elsewhere that I could access. Not really allowing me to use the all inclusive I paid for. The food is ok, what you would expect from all inclusive at a small hotel. It's nice enough but sometimes the meat is a little over cooked. It's convenient but I wouldn't go all inclusive here again. On the last day there was a beef stew and carrots which were stone cold. Not a great variety of deserts, usually mousse or fruit, sometimes cake. The snacks are grilled cheese sandwich you make yourself in a panini press, self serve scoops of ice cream and pastries. Breakfast was an option of full English, fruit, yoghurt or cereal. Drinks on all inclusive are what you would expect. Standard unbranded drinks. They give you the spirit and you fill up with mixers yourself from a machine that works only when it wants to. There is wine or lager on tap. Branded spirits are extra. There seems to be 4 members of staff in the restaurant. The 2 older ones were lovely, welcoming and helpful. The younger ones didn't even crack a smile. POOL There are 2 pools which are quite big for the size of the hotel. But you probably shouldn't take any inflatables! The pools are kept clean. There are plenty of sunloungers but I travelled outside of school holidays so that space wouldn't be an issue. If you want a parasol to shade from the sun, you have to get your own and set it up yourself. ENTERTAINMENT I went slightly out of season so wasn't expecting much. But there are no information boards to tell you if there will be something going on that night. I was there for a week and saw the same person, a man dressed as a lady doing karaoke. If this isn't your thing there are some nice bars nearby. Day time entertainment just didn't exist. For me that wasn't a problem as I don't have young children to keep occupied. But there are some places near the bars and shops, such as mini golf, kids outdoor play centre, trampolines etc. This is less than 5 minutes from the hotel. BEACH I decided I would walk to the beach one day I was there. There are 2 nearby. The closest one actually takes a bit longer to get to because of how the roads are set out so I opted for the other. A 23 minute walk according to Google. If you do this, you will need to wear shoes with a back. Do not attempt this in flip flops or any kind of slippy or heeled shoes. I wore slides. Big mistake! The pavements are made of some sort of pretty, shiny material. Any type of morning dew and you could probably slide down to the beach. IT IS STEEP. So walking back up is a mission. I noticed a lot of people walking in the road for traction! When you're walking back wearing slides it's hard to hold your feet in your shoes so expect achy legs! There's also some 360 steps to walk down and of course back up again on return. What Google didn't tell me, is the main bridge down to the beach was closed for repair so I had to make a 20 minute detour. The beach itself was quite small but not busy. Nice sandy beach. I didn't go in the water. There are the usual shops, bars, watersports etc. One last thing to notice is, there was a guest who was quite vocal whilst we were there. A middle aged man who was bothering the other guests, taking unwanted photographs and quite aggressive toward some of the younger guests. Reception had issued him with warnings. But nothing was done to actually stop his behaviour or to reassure the other guests. It made the last 4 days of my stay quite uncomfortable. Upon leaving early in the morning, there was nobody manning reception until 9am so I had no choice but to leave my key behind the desk. A bit unnerving due to how my arrival was handled. No one there to refund my deposit.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
tannedduo wrote a review Oct 2021
Holmewood, United Kingdom23 contributions21 helpful votes
The rooms are OK, basic but OK. No view as we were ground floor, but had its advantages of nipping to the loo etc. Drinks from the bar were disgusting so we bought from the shop. Good location for Europa. Pool area tired and the 2nd pool disgusting smelled awful. One of the lifeguards is so rude and acts like he doesn't want you to have a good time, even breathing too loud felt like it irritated him. We started to ignore him in the end as he was really effecting the holiday. The atmosphere of the pool area was good, but that was created by the guests rather than the hotel. It was cheap but think there's better even for the same money as Puerto Rico is good value for money as a whole.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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US$40 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
SpainCanary IslandsGran CanariaPuerto Rico
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Frequently Asked Questions about Apartahotel Nido del Águila
Which popular attractions are close to Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Nearby attractions include Xtreeemz (0.2 km), The Hideaway Lounge Bar (0.2 km), and The Blarney Stone Irish Pub (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Yes, paid private parking on-site is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gran Hong Kong Puerto Rico, Buffet Wok Europe, and El Brasero.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Apartahotel Nido del Águila?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Does Apartahotel Nido del Águila have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.