Sleek, modern and in a fantastic location, the Elba Carlota Beach hotel is an enviable choice for your next holiday in Fuerteventura. This is a contemporary style four star resort which enjoys a privileged location right next to a kilometre of sandy coastline. You'll discover a wealth of attractions nearby including the picturesque natural lakes, one of Fuerteventura's popular shopping centres and many restaurants and bars. Guests can also take advantage of a shuttle bus service to the nearby resort of Costa Caleta, one of the island's most popular holiday spots.
Location is an important consideration when choosing your holiday accommodation - which is why it's such a big advantage for the Elba Carlota Beach hotel. As the name suggests, you'll have direct access to the beach and the promenade, perfect for a stroll as the waves break on the beach, or for a lazy day sunbathing. You'll also find lots of resort facilities nearby, whether you want to shop for souvenirs, have a meal or a cool drink, or socialise with other visitors - the choice is yours.
Facilities at the Elba Carlota Beach include a choice of wonderfully inviting swimming pools with ample space for loungers alongside. There is also a gym, Jacuzzi and sauna if you want to relax, as well as mini golf, table tennis and a shooting range if you want a bit of fun. For a change of scene, take the shuttle bus to one of the Elba Carlota Beach sister hotels, or head for the golf course and while away a few hours.
You'll be comfortable here too. Double air conditioned rooms are spacious and tastefully designed with en suite bathroom. Facilities include a satellite TV, hairdryer, safe, telephone and mini-bar (on request). Double sea view rooms are available at a supplement.
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This modern 4 star resort is enjoys a privileged location in front of a kilometre of sandy coastline. A wealth of attractions are on your doorstep, including the picturesque natural lakes, one of Fuerteventura's popular shopping centres and many restaurants & shops. Guests can also use the FREE shuttle bus service to the nearby Costa Caleta, one of the island's most popular holiday spots.
We were lucky enough to have been at the hotel from 26th Feb. to 11th March, meaning we missed the Calima and got home just before flights were being cancelled. It has been 6 years since our first visit, which was very enjoyable and we were not disappointed this year...
I had contacted the hotel to request a high floor room overlooking the pool but was disappointed that we were allocated a ground floor overlooking the street. However, we were given another room the following day which was more suitable. I had made the request as I have a fidelity card which is supposed to give you some perks. The rooms are good with a fridge and coffee making facilities and plenty of storage. The food is also very good always well presented and varied. The entertainment was also good with professional acts most nights and the animation team put on an excellent show in tribute to Queen. We will most definitely return to the hotel again and hopefully next time will have my room request honoured.
The hotel is four star But I should say more like three star .The food was okay.Some days the food was very good The staff was very friendly .My room was very disappointed.It was a cold room with know sun at tall.The bed felt damp
Just returned from a two week holiday at this hotel and after a few hiccups it turned out to be lovely. First was the room, seeing how the hotel was not full you would think they would offer a sea or pool view but we were placed in a room with a massive tree outside. As it turned out it was quiet and we were woken by birdsong in the mornings so that was nice...
Secondly, the toilet in the room had fecal matter stains all over the seat and back of the loo lid which I had to clean before my child could use it. No loo brush but luckily I had gloves and antibacterial wipes but still not a pleasant start. However things picked up when we saw the rest of the hotel and the pool. The view was lovely. Food served was varied and tasty. The waiting staff were lovely and worked very hard to keep the dining area clean and well stocked so a big thumbs up to them. It would have been nice to see their faces but masks had to be worn. We left a tip in the jar by the entrance but I think it should be made clearer that the staff can receive tips for service as they did work hard. Maybe a box with each staff name on so you can identify who you want to give your tip to instead of placing it in their hand as that seemed a bit crude and if you left it in the table, another nationality guest (ones whom are aggressive and don’t queue, you can guess where from) would almost certainly take it. So thank you to all at the hotel who made it a lovely holiday.
This hotel has some very pretty areas and some parts look a little less pretty. Our view of the air conditioning was very displeasing I guess the room was a good deal but thats still good money to be looking at a such a view. The staff were friendly especially Maryangel! Me and my husband ordered an omelette to be vegetarian and the lady was using the same tools to cook ham and veggie omelette so we had to take it to our table and then just throw it away...
Also all the omelettes are made on the same hotplate. The hotel did have vegetarian options seperate for dinner but very few. Even things like the dessert yoghurt have gelatine for example. I just think it should be more vegetarian friendly so we don't have to feel like we don't have much in the way of options.
not impressed that this hotel has been closed for a month, but was advertised for my dates 7-10th November on booking, trip advisor and expedia (though expedia removed the availability on the day before I booked it via the Elba website to arrive the next day). Found a closed up hotel, no notification from hotel or note on the door! Had to go to another Elba hotel, which is not what I wanted as not as well reviewed, not as good food, less attractive and it did not have direct access to a proper beach, despite its name. Apparently, nearly all the hotels are shut, but this is not obvious from any booking sites or Elba website...
Would have gone to Corralejo or another Canary Island if we had known. Angry because we booked it directly with the hotel, but they did not let us know it was shut!