My wife and I spent two weeks all-inclusive at the hotel earlier this month. The building is 25 years old and is "functional". We had a side sea room facing the mountains and had the hot evening sun on our balcony, and splendid sunsets as the hills changed colour.
The main part of the restaurant is characterless, but there is a lovely tree-covered courtyard in which to eat, and an outdoor eating area overlooking the pool. We used these two, as often as possible.
There is a 150 m green belt between the large pool and the beach. This has many lovely mature trees and shrubs, and also a putting green - 12 holes - and a boules concourse.
The long beach is abour 40 m wide, with many permanent "unbrellas" and quite a large beach bar/cafe. The sea-swimming is very good. The beach is a public one.
While we were there, the guests consisted of two Russians and four Austrians who all spoke German (I speak a little), my wife and I, and about three hundred French. The 12 -strong animation team were all French, and so all the entertainment was in that language. We are both frankophiles, having visited France on more than twenty occasions, so we were quite happy to use our knowledge of the French language, and we enjoyed watching the French enjoying themselves.
For an AI hotel, the food and wine - and the oozo of course - were good, which is one of the reasons it is full of French tourists. There was a carvery six nights a week, with excellent meat. Twice we has delicious fillet steak, slightly rare and very thinly cut by the chief chef. The rose wine, in particular, just "touched the spot".
We tended to go to lunch and dinner rather late, so the vegetables weren't as hot as you would have at home, but the salad dishes and the sweets were first class
All in all, we had a most enjoyable fortnight with a very friendly staff. One complaint I would have, is that the air-conditioning in our room -and I presume others too - was inefficient.
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