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Not a bad complex
Very new modern apartments with to on wall
Good pool area and bar
Bit of a walk down road and steps to restaurant but very nice.
Would go back for a cheap break.
Stayed here in 2014
Our family party arrived in the early hours of the morning and were met by a very pleasant gentleman on reception. He guided us to our room and even provided food for us as it was so late. A nice touch.
Our apartment was in...More
The hotel itself was clean and tidy.
The rooms where nice, shower was great and plenty of room. If you had to pick fault there could be more wardrobe space or draws.There was four of us..
The food was nice, always a fish and meat...More
We stayed there last year myself my dad and best mate. The room we was given was horrible the water tap every time.e u turn it on the water would shoot out and hit the roof. My mate went to sit on the sofa and...More
Myself, partner and 10 year old daughter stayed at the Ferrera Beach Apartments for 12 nights in August 2016.
The 1 bedroomed apartment was clean, modern and although not huge, there was plently of room for 3. Our apartment was in C block on the...More
US$40 - US$240 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As a family of four, we recently went all inclusive for a week on 20th Aug and I was more than happy with the food on offer. I would say the difference between half board and all inclusive (If HB is breakfast and an evening... More
As a family of four, we recently went all inclusive for a week on 20th Aug and I was more than happy with the food on offer. I would say the difference between half board and all inclusive (If HB is breakfast and an evening meal) would depend on how much you intend on using the bar. When we went, the pool area was too busy and we ended up spending a lot of our time at the beach therefore not making use of the free drinks during the day. In the evening a lot of people weren't all inclusive so didn't use the bar so it was very quiet with hardly any atmosphere so again, we didn't utilise the free drinks as much as we would have liked. If you're going now, then it's likley to be quieter than the when we went in the school holidays in which case you may spend more time round the pool so the all inclusive drinks might be more beneficial. There are also all inclusive snacks included in the afternoon but we never had these so can't really comment and the free ice cream is only a very basic small tub of vanilla or strawberry - No magnums or the like!
So in summary, we had no complaints at all about the food but for us, we didn't get as much out of the all inclusive as we could've done. It may work out better at this time of year to go all inclusive though and we did hear that drinks weren't particularly cheap at the bar - Having said that, the only drink I can confirm the price of was a pint of beer at Eur 3.50 which I didn't think was overly expensive.