We stayed near the end of the season in September 2011 for 7 nights in a suite on the 3rd floor. The suites have a lounge area with the wardrobes, a couch which doubles as a sofa bed, one of the 32" flat screen Televisions available, a Playstation box on the wall, and a balcony. The bedroom has a Kingsize bed. All suites have just the one bed so if you go as friends or with your sister for instance, one has to use the sofa bed! lol! another TV in the Bedroom. Also there is another balcony. The bathroom has a bath (which was very high sided and was a stretch to get over the side) with a great shower and jacuzzi type jets set in the side of the bath. I wasn't keen on using the jacuzzi as I didn't know how clean the jets were.
The room on first inspection wasn't *that* clean! There were nail clippings on the small rug in the lounge area and quite a lot of hair in the bathroom. Otherwise the suite was fine, but more storage space would have been good and a door from the lounge to the bedroom would have been more to my taste.
The room was cleaned every day but the dust did mount up, I actually wrote my initials in the dust on the bin lid in the bathroom. The floors were mopped and the bed was made up every day. The view out of the balcony on the lounge side was of the fence and scrubbery, with a couple of plastic bags attached to the tree for a little more interest. the view out of the bedroom balcony was of some sort of pumping house?
The provisions in the room i.e the loo roll, tea and coffee etc. Were only replenished if you asked the maid for some more so you had to catch one of them on the rounds, otherwise you got your quota for the week and no more! Same with the towels, sometimes the hand towels would be taken away but not replaced. Ask the rep or at reception for an extra pillow, don't use the silly 'pillow menu'.
The lifts were tiny and could only fit 4 average sized people at one time. If 2 fat people got in there wasn't room for anybody else. You could get the lift down to the dining room but then there were stairs from there to the bar area and pool. You could go round the outside of the hotel to get to the pool, using the road. The path that led from the hotel to the resort centre was a bit of a joke, and wasn't lit at night, no hand rails and no barriers between you and the drop to the rocks and beach below, which would have been fatal if you had fallen (don't get drunk). You could always use the road to get to the resort centre but that was steep and a long way round!
The dining room was big enough and the staff worked really hard to make sure that you were accomodated at all times. The food was fantastic, really, it was very good with loads of variety and hot too!
We never used the sun beds but were woken up at 6am every morning by the occupant in the room above us who did want to put their towels out on the sunbeds early. She made so much noise moving around the room in her clipppy-clop heels I think it may have woken up more than just us! Oh! and lets not forget the people who can't close a room door without making the fittings in our bathroom rattle they slam it so hard. It didn't matter what time of day (or night) they still had to slam the bloody doors.
Would think about going back again but only if it was cheaper than the 4*+ price we paid for half board which was for - lets face it a 3* hotel with perks. Get your drinks from the supermarkets in the resort by the way, don't be conned into 15 euros a day for starters for a drinks package, it's way too expensive - or go all inclusive and wait for the bar to open at about 10.30am near the pool.
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