Good hotel but not brilliant
Posted 16 Sep 2017
We arrived quite late, and so had dinner before checking in, by which time it was dark. The hotel is laid out as a number of 8-room 2-storey buildings around the pool and gardens. Nobody was available to take us to our rooms. We were given a map, which would have been easy to follow in daylight, but very difficult at night. Otherwise, reception staff were very good and helpful.
On all-inclusive guests have to wear plastic wristbands. Advise, make sure they are loose so you can slide them off before sleeping and showering - they can scratch!
Rooms are pleasant with decent storage, but quite narrow - a bit of a squeeze passing between the end of the bed and the wall mounted TV. Bathrooms good, with good showers (no bath). Downstairs rooms have a small terrace, with shade from the sun for part of the day, and shelter from the rain (unless windy), from the balcony above. Upstairs balconies are open to the elements.
Reasonable sunlounger areas around the pool, though many guests reserve with their towels very early (and some then don't return until late in the day), despite 'the rules' forbidding the practice.
Food OK but not great, with less extensive choices than we've experienced elsewhere.
All staff very helpful and friendly.