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Offline paully

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Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« on: May 23, 2018, 09:59:37 am »
Don`t know if people are aware that this place is closing at the end of next month, officially for a 4 month refurb. However its booking system is blanked out for over a year. Word locally is that the operators took over the old Caleta Del Mar that had been closed for 2 years in 2013 on a peppercorn rent from owners that could`nt let it, at that time. They have made a success of it and the lease is up for renewal. So as in the tradition of Spanish landlords the increase is megabucks with the usual take it or leave it attitude.

  I do hope it continues, as there is a market for this type of accomodation..The other one Infiniti has just changed hands so hopefully they will clear out the collection of sycophants, hangers on and cliques that presently infest the place.

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2018, 10:56:32 am »
I was there 3 weeks ago, and Britt in reception was saying that even she hadn't been told when the re-opening would be.  Sounds like lease renewal could be the real reason for the closure.  Hope it continues, it's a useful place, and right on the beach.

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2018, 12:38:52 pm »
I was there 3 weeks ago, and Britt in reception was saying that even she hadn't been told when the re-opening would be.  Sounds like lease renewal could be the real reason for the closure.  Hope it continues, it's a useful place, and right on the beach.

Bedouin.  I take it that you are using a bit of artistic license in using the term 'Beach'  I took a look at this place before it became naturist and could see nothing that would entice me to the sea shore. Indeed, I got the impression that swimming there may involve a trip home in a body bag (After paying the relevant fee to Mr O'Leary)  The beaches do seem to improve the further North you venture, but no doubt you would be greeted with the sound of copies of the Sun being ripped up in anger, should you venture there au naturel

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2018, 13:36:14 pm »

Bedouin.  I take it that you are using a bit of artistic license in using the term 'Beach'  I took a look at this place before it became naturist and could see nothing that would entice me to the sea shore. Indeed, I got the impression that swimming there may involve a trip home in a body bag (After paying the relevant fee to Mr O'Leary)  The beaches do seem to improve the further North you venture, but no doubt you would be greeted with the sound of copies of the Sun being ripped up in anger, should you venture there au naturel

My comment was perhaps poorly worded, I should have said that the hotel has direct access to the beach area.  Walking naked south from the hotel along the beach is fine, lots of the hotel guests do that.

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2018, 20:43:41 pm »
The other one Infiniti has just changed hands so hopefully they will clear out the collection of sycophants, hangers on and cliques that presently infest the place.

I have been to Infiniti on a number of occasions and I have to say that my experience has been vastly different to your own. I am guessing that you have only been the once and have vowed never to return, something for which I would imagine that the majority of the other guests would be grateful.

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #5 on: May 24, 2018, 20:53:10 pm »

I have been to Infiniti on a number of occasions and I have to say that my experience has been vastly different to your own. I am guessing that you have only been the once and have vowed never to return, something for which I would imagine that the majority of the other guests would be grateful.

That's a bit weak and mealy-mouthed, isn't it?  Why not say what you really think? :o

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2018, 10:04:02 am »
Now that Infinty has changed hands, both Hotel Gran Natura as Infinity have (different) Dutch owners

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Re: Hotel Gran Natura,Corralejo
« Reply #7 on: May 25, 2018, 11:01:07 am »
The other one Infiniti has just changed hands so hopefully they will clear out the collection of sycophants, hangers on and cliques that presently infest the place.

I have been to Infiniti on a number of occasions and I have to say that my experience has been vastly different to your own. I am guessing that you have only been the once and have vowed never to return, something for which I would imagine that the majority of the other guests would be grateful.



Been there many many times but from your response seems I`ve scored a bullseye......In fact I rest my case :P