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Together with my wife and friends we were in Samba hotel per 7 days, in general hotel is ok, clean food not bad, and close to the beach. One thing, this hotel needs a little freshness because it's quite old inside. But the price was...More
Myself and 7 friends arrived at the hotel expecting the worst after reading the bad reviews - but were very impressed with the hotel. Our 3 rooms were all clean and tidy, and cleaned daily by the excellent cleaning staff. Food was of a good...More
we have just come back from a Shearings coach holiday to this hotel it was not that bad we arrived at 11.30 and had to wait for room till 1pm this was good as most hotels its 3pm the rooms are clean with fresh towels...More
I’m keeping this short with the bad points for easy read.
Hotel needs a refurbishment, only positive is room was clean and beds made, towels changed. However seriously dated rooms.
The hotel has so many rules it’s honestly ridiculous. No noise, no fun in the...More
On arrival we noticed the outside of the building looked worn and dirty but the check in was efficient and the reception staff were polite and friendly. once in our room other than the view from the balcony which was very good things were not...More
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It's pretty rare if not non-existent to have a kettle in any hotel room in Spain in our experience unless, perhaps, you are going to a much higher star-rated establishment or a self-catering place. Take a travel kettle... More
It's pretty rare if not non-existent to have a kettle in any hotel room in Spain in our experience unless, perhaps, you are going to a much higher star-rated establishment or a self-catering place. Take a travel kettle, teabags, coffee sachets and milk powder or wait until breakfast in the hotel when you'll get it free. Alternatively, buy a coffee/tea and ask to take it up to your room. Hope that helps!