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OK - I'll admit it, I'm slightly biased. I first came to Tarifa back in 1984. That was a time when windsurfing was still in its infancy and Tarifa was only known to a few.
Since then, I have been back numerous times (about a...More
Great hotel with and very happy feel. Lovely clean rooms with crisp sheets and nice bath products. Flower beds could possibly do with a bit of attention but it was a relaxed atmosphere so what can you expect.
Well located by the sea, Hurricane hotel is shabby chic. Rooms were ok, balcony was excellent. Grounds very nice with a large pool dominating. Food was excellent and varied. Staff helpful and attentive. The room we stayed in could do with a make over......erring too...More
Smallish low rise hotel. It was a quite location although it is just off the N304 coast road. Enjoyable gardens. Lots of parking. Backs on to the beech overlooking the strait of Gibraltar, with its loads of kite-surfers. My daughter enjoyed the ridding school that...More
The hotel is on the main road, but we had a beach-facing room and heard no traffic noise. Attractive gardens, very pleasant sheltered bar/snack space (Chiringuito) overlooking the beach - and distant views of Africa. Our room was clean but the mattress was not comfortable...More
Response from ValerieJo18 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there are ground floor rooms and the restaurant for breakfast and dinner is on ground floor as well. And the casual lunch place as well. It is an easy ride to town for the boat and there is parking there. However if... More
Yes, there are ground floor rooms and the restaurant for breakfast and dinner is on ground floor as well. And the casual lunch place as well. It is an easy ride to town for the boat and there is parking there. However if you are only stopping to go to Tangiers then why not stay right in town and you can walk to the boat?