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After spending a month in Florida and getting back to Work-school Etc. We have visited the Property 4 years ago and although was beautiful,it wasnt our cup of tea.
We met a couple in new orleans that run a group called sbbc and they agressively suggested we come back and try it again,We planned on trying Paradise lakes up the road a few miles but we said what the heck, When we found out Sbbc was at the resort putting on the party we said lets try it. Whats the worst that can happen? Well let me tell you When we got to caliente we were welcomed to find a great large group of people that were more fun then we have ever dreamed of encountering.
We went to the disco that night and had even a better time a little tired at this point but we couldnt stop dancing and Never wanted to leave!! We will be Back!!! Again And Again we are looking at new calander dates with the same group to book right now.
If we Did'nt have prepaid reservations in ft myers we totally would have stayed as long as we can handle.. Caliente is a fun filled environment for the open minded!!! Lisa the server is incredibly energetic and friendly Anastasia at the front desk was especially friendly and courteous!!
The atmosphere is relaxed when you prefer to be relaxed, and partying when you prefer to party. No-pressure atmosphere, lots of lovely couples of all ages to socialize with. Great pool, shuffle board, dances. My wife and I had the experience of reviewing some of the feedback from other trip advisor posts.
First I must say, I am bloody confused by some of the negative observations because they could not be more wrong. First, it has been my observation that the Thursday night DJ is horribly rude.
As regulars, we just avoid asking him for anything. On the other hand, the Friday night and Saturday night DJ's have a good pulse on the feeling of the customers and keep up with scope of the wishes on the dance floor. My wife and I are nudist, but not lifestylers. It has always been my observation that the management staff is extremely diligent about keeping the night club as "appropriate" as possible.
Certain weekends, Caliente will be a bit more risque than other weekends due to the size of some lifestyle groups. As a patron, I understand that the staff can only do so much to keep things clean cut because the lifestyler's are on the look out for staff if they misbehave.
These groups have no affiliation with the resort itself and it is unrealistic to think they will turn down their business. You can not expect the resort to baby sit the patrons. During the day, I have seen staffers warn people about behavior that is too friendly and it is not unheard of to see people asked to leave if bad behavior persists. In the evening, the staff does not work outside and the conversation pool is not supervised.
My advise is that if you are modest, avoid that area. The posting below makes a comment about the night manager. It is absurd because he is their saving grace.
He has made great strides in improving the facility in a very few short months. He is the regular patrons "go-to guy. I may be an old buzzard, but she is a pretty, smart, hard working girl and all the regulars are quite fond of her, especially my wife. She is generally working much harder than some of the other bartenders who are frequently chatting with the regulars.
Knowing all the bartenders and servers, I can say with certainty that each one of them cares greatly for the level of service that the patrons receives. The only observation I could make is that the rooms could use an update, but they are adequate and tidy. Over the past 15 years we have been to over 20 clubs in the Caribbean and never went back a second time to any of them. We have done family resorts,couples only, Hedo 2,Hedo3,Desire etc etc.
We went to Caliente Tampa 2 years ago and have found our home, this next trip will be our 8th time. We spent 10 nights every time and eat all our meals there. We try to go every 12 weeks. So we have seen several times that they had made some changes on the menu and have had no problem with the food.
The staff are excellent and many times have went out of their way to help us out. We live in a rural area of Western Canada and starve for social interaction with other couples. Caliente is great for that, we have met a lot of good people from all over the States. We have also met some of the people who live on site. We travel a lot and have found Caliente Tampa to be the best. We also have travelled to the Caliente Caribe sister Resort once, it was good as well. We have stayed at Caliente before, and it was wonderful, but it has declined so significantly, it's appalling!!
The rooms have always been an issue because of the distance to the clubhouse, but this time my sheets had pubic hair in them!
The food is still over priced, but adequate. We visited on a Thursday through Sunday. We really enjoyed the variety of music played by the DJ on Thursday night.
He played something to fit the varied crowd present. We don't think we're old but the variety could be better on Friday and Saturday night. One noticeable issue was the open sex occurring in the nightclub, at the pool, and in the tiki bar.
My husband told the bar manager who did nothing to stop the sexual activity in the nightclub. Then we noticed him groping a blonde bartender. No wonder he ignored our request and she ignored us and let the other male bartender, Jay, take care if us. He was awesome and apologized for us not being taken care of. The bar was missing a door and it just looked in poor repair.
We really enjoyed the karaoke at the tiki bar outside. Though we are not singers, we enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and the KJ, Dave was awesome.
He entertained as well as made it alot of fun. The bartender Jujo was great. We really appreciated that he stopped the open sexual activity on display. We were really disappointed that the tvs were not working. Overall the place looks shabby and is in disrepair. The three employees mentioned saved our stay, but we will think twice before coming back.
We know Caliente seeks out swingers as their prime patrons. That's a sad mistake. What has happened is the crowd has become trashy, and the place has declined with the clientele. Flights Vacation Rentals Restaurants Things to do. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Kudos to Caliente and Lowest prices for your stay.
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Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Reviewed September 4, Great Labor Day. September , traveled as a couple. Reviewed August 28, Best resort for adults into naturist and swinger lifestyle. Reviewed August 23, Vastly impressed with some of the staff! If you are concerned with the ordeals of other visitor's actions, inquire about if a lifestyle party will be taking place that weekend.
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At Restaurant Progress, the chef-owner is the brains behind an increasingly rare local specimen: Restaurant Progress showcases the chef's talent for playing with disparate flavors and textures, and proves that culinary savvy and hard work can still amount to great things in this town.
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