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eden resort all inclusive

hi just booked for next april for a girlie holiday for my 40th birthday,has anyone any expeirence off the all inclusive package,what drinks are included?are the apartments near the restuarant?

Has anyone had any spa treatments are they expensive?

thank you in advance for any information

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1. Re: eden resort all inclusive

Eden resort is a fairly small site so everything will be close at hand. Other than that, all I can say is that by going all inclusive you will be missing out on a night or two on the town, which is only 3/4 mile away.

Most all inclusives here only include national branded beers, spirits, wines etc, not imports and some will end all inclusive at 11pm.

I hope someone else comes along who has all the information. Presumably it is not on their website.

Edited: 31 July 2011, 20:03
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2. Re: eden resort all inclusive

thank you for the info,even though were all inclusive we will still eat a couple of times in the evening,if you can recommend anywhere please do.Eden resory emailed me a spa list ,its pricey enough but its my birthday so il have 2 treat myself

thanks again

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3. Re: eden resort all inclusive

hi can you post the prices here please i am going in December

Thanks

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4. Re: eden resort all inclusive

Hope this helps!

Body Treatments

Signature Relax Massage (70min) 70€

Aromatherapy Deluxe (70 min) 70 €

Hot Stone Massage (70 min) 75 €

Golfer´s Massage (50 min) 65 €

Anti-Cellulite Massage (45 min) 55 €

Douche Vichy (20 min) 30 €

Ice & Hot Massage (35 min) 45 €

Foot Massage Deluxe (30 min) 40 €

Back Neck ’N’ Shoulders Massage (30 min) 40 €

Full Body Massage (50 min) 60 €

Smooth Marine Velvet Touch (40 min) 50 €

Douche Vichy Deluxe (30 min) 40 €

Quick Massage (15 min) 15 €

Facial Treatments

MyMassage Facial (30 min) 35 €

Hydra Revitalizing Facial (50 min) 60 €

Hydra Purifying Facial (50 min) 60 €

Hydra Tonifying Facial (50 min) 60 €

Hydra Anti-Age Facial (50 min) 70 €

Hydra men Treatment for Men (40 min) 45 €

Scalp ’N’ Face Deluxe (45 min) 50 €

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5. Re: eden resort all inclusive

Thanks for doing that it seems very pricey guess we are spoiled in Glasgow where the prices are not nearly so high

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6. Re: eden resort all inclusive

could anyone tell me what the weather is like over the xmas period.really fancy it even if lukewarm.

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7. Re: eden resort all inclusive

just booked a week for xmas all inclusive but having a bit of trouble ascertaining what's included in terms of food/drink/entertainment etc as this resort doesnt appear to be in any brochures. Can anyone enlighten me please?

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8. Re: eden resort all inclusive

Weather over Christmas/New Year. Average daytime temperature 14 - 16C, high 50's F up to maybe 60. It was a bit foggy and damp last year, I can't guarantee it won't rain. It can be warm enough for a nice walk along the beach, it might be a bit windy though.

It can get cold at night, down to 7 or 8 CV, or mid 40's F.

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9. Re: eden resort all inclusive

I am considering booking eden resort last week in Oct. and can't decide whether to book all inclusive or just go self catering..

Does anyone have any idea of the selection on offer off peak or what the prices of restaurants in town would be ?

We have never been all inclusive and normally prefer to sample local places..

Any help much appreciated... oh and any idea what temp would could expect at end of Oct. Am hoping would still be mild enough to enjoy the pool and beach ?

Edited: 13 June 2012, 13:00
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10. Re: eden resort all inclusive

as per many previous threads on this subject the overwhelming view of seasoned visitors is that s/c is far the better option than A/I

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