Pros

  • Directly on the beach promenade
  • All-inclusive options available
  • Standard rooms are spacious, with flat-screen TVs
  • Organized activities include dances and classes
  • Several large outdoor pools
  • Dining options are extensive and include varied buffets and a pool snack bar
  • Outdoor activities such as a sports court and a playground
  • Kids enjoy the game room while parents use the adjacent computers
  • Small fitness center (although equipment is dated)
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Cons

  • Restaurant can get overcrowded
  • Wi-Fi costs extra
  • Charge to use some of the sporting facilities
  • Room decor is bland
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Bottom Line

The Hotel Roc Golf's 390 fresh, classic rooms are contained in a massive reinforced concrete building set directly on the beach. Rooms are a bit plain, but they're spacious clean, as are the facilities. Some guests have complained of long lines in the on-site restaurants, but there are numerous other places to eat in the vicinity and on-site restaurants offer a variety of food. Some hidden fees are surprising, but overall this is a solid value considering the many outdoor pool and activities such as dance classes and a sports court.

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Amenities

  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Pool

Oyster Hotel Review

Hotel Roc Golf Trinidad

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Stark beachside resort popular with families

The Hotel Roc Golf's exterior is a mix of reinforced concrete architecture and shiny new surfaces. The lobby is glassed in and features stark white modern furniture, slate-gray floors, and an atrium style ceiling to create a sleek, if not cozy, feel. Manicured stone paths landscaped with palm trees cross the grounds and lead to the beach promenade. The resort is popular with Spanish families, although it does attract a fair number of visitors from English-speaking countries.

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Location

A one-hour walk down the beach from Roquetas de Mar

The hotel is set along the Paseo de Mar, a pedestrian walkway that runs for 13 kilometers parallel to the beach along the southeastern coast of Spain near the port town of Roquetas de Mar. The property is set amongst restaurants and shops. Roquetas de Mar is accessible via bus (about 40 minutes); it's also possible to walk down the beach (about an hour). Driving from Almeria airport takes about 45 minutes, and public transportation from Almeria airport totals about three hours’ travel time.

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Rooms

Refurbished rooms in cream and tan color scheme with laminate surfaces

The rooms here are generally spacious with couches and balconies but in some cases, and you may have to turn sideways to slip between the desk and the bed. Rooms have been updated with light wood laminate headboards, bamboo flooring, and simple tan-colored bedding (that's a bit bland). Stall showers are separated from the bathroom by a single, swinging plate of glass; double rooms may, in typical European style, consist of two single beds pushed together. Each studio room has a kitchenette with a medium-sized fridge and a double hot plate.

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Features

Two large pools, a kiddie pool, and a games areas are major draws for families.

There are a couple of game areas with foosball and pingpong tables, as well as a fair number of organized classes and sporting events for both adults and children. The two outdoor pools are large and don't receive quite as many overcrowding complaints as those of neighboring hotels. There's an open-plan cafeteria in the lobby that looks like something you'd find at a university (it even has a few pool tables) and an outdoor poolside snack bar with covered seating. The fitness center has dated equipment.

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Oyster Hotel Review

Hotel Roc Golf Trinidad

Scene

Stark beachside resort popular with families

The Hotel Roc Golf's exterior is a mix of reinforced concrete architecture and shiny new surfaces. The lobby is glassed in and features stark white modern furniture, slate-gray floors, and an atrium style ceiling to create a sleek, if not cozy, feel. Manicured stone paths landscaped with palm trees cross the grounds and lead to the beach promenade. The resort is popular with Spanish families, although it does attract a fair number of visitors from English-speaking countries.

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Location

A one-hour walk down the beach from Roquetas de Mar

The hotel is set along the Paseo de Mar, a pedestrian walkway that runs for 13 kilometers parallel to the beach along the southeastern coast of Spain near the port town of Roquetas de Mar. The property is set amongst restaurants and shops. Roquetas de Mar is accessible via bus (about 40 minutes); it's also possible to walk down the beach (about an hour). Driving from Almeria airport takes about 45 minutes, and public transportation from Almeria airport totals about three hours’ travel time.

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Rooms

Refurbished rooms in cream and tan color scheme with laminate surfaces

The rooms here are generally spacious with couches and balconies but in some cases, and you may have to turn sideways to slip between the desk and the bed. Rooms have been updated with light wood laminate headboards, bamboo flooring, and simple tan-colored bedding (that's a bit bland). Stall showers are separated from the bathroom by a single, swinging plate of glass; double rooms may, in typical European style, consist of two single beds pushed together. Each studio room has a kitchenette with a medium-sized fridge and a double hot plate.

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Features

Two large pools, a kiddie pool, and a games areas are major draws for families.

There are a couple of game areas with foosball and pingpong tables, as well as a fair number of organized classes and sporting events for both adults and children. The two outdoor pools are large and don't receive quite as many overcrowding complaints as those of neighboring hotels. There's an open-plan cafeteria in the lobby that looks like something you'd find at a university (it even has a few pool tables) and an outdoor poolside snack bar with covered seating. The fitness center has dated equipment.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Beach

  • Beauty / Hair Salon

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Fitness Center

  • Gameroom / Arcade

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Supervised Kids Activities

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