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Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar Blue Don Pablo Collection
Ranked #51 of 114 Hotels in Punta Cana
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 28 June 2009

Gran Bahia Principe Ambar 10 – 24 June 2009

As we always read reviews about holiday resorts before we book, we thought it was about time we wrote one of our own. Sorry it is a bit long

The hotel is made up of three parts: Bavaro, Punto Cana, Ambar. Ambar has a 5 star rating but I think it is really should be a four star, Bavaro and Punto Cana are also 5 star rating but I think these should be 3 star rating. The walk ways are clean, the rooms in Ambar are very good, and spacious, there are 6 pools within the complex, and if you book into Ambar, you can use all the pools. There is regular transport around the hotel complex, just hop onto the shuttles which will take you around the site, but maybe not exactly where you want to go. The beach is lovely clean and not too crowded in front of Ambar. There is not much around the hotel, however there is the usual souvenir shops a short taxi drive away, but the same things can be bought in the hotel souvenir shops and about the same price. There is a large American mall a little further, but I have heard the prices are high.

Food and Drink:
The food in Ambar buffet is very good considering it is a buffet. Of course I would expect higher class food in a UK “al a carte” restaurant, but it is high class for a buffet. They do change the menu at the buffet so you don’t have to eat the same kind of food every night. We have had Steak, Lamb, pork, Fish, Lobster, shrimp and various vegetables and other things all of which have been good. I am very disappointed in the drinks in the hotel. They are definitely watered down at the pool bars. We changed to Champaign, wine or beer to avoid this and a few cocktails, even the Bailey’s was tampered with, I think they added milk and cinnamon. We did see the people in Bavaro and Punto Cana queuing up for the buffet service, but never in Ambar. The food quality is much better at Ambar buffet.

There are eleven “Al a Carte” restaurants in the complex, if you book into Ambar you will be able to use 4 per week. They are Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Japanese, French, Steak grill and Seafood. Booking the restaurants is difficult and dates were limited. Unfortunately the quality in these restaurants is not up to scratch, and I think Ambar buffet offers better quality of food and service. The Seafood, Japanese and Steak grill were OK.

Take US Dollars, don’t bother with Pesos, they give you a bad exchange rate in the shops because their APR in Dominican Republic is currently 28.5%. The people in Dominican Republic are poor but prices are still higher than the UK, example sunscreen cream is about 18 dollars.

The staff are friendly, however the staff whom book your restaurant reservations were not very friendly, and there were not many restaurants available when we wanted to book them, so book early to avoid disappointments.

Pool and Beaches:
The pools in Bavaro and Punto Cana can be very noisy, with Children, loud music and a DJ in Spanish, not very relaxing. There are quite spots within Bavaro and Punto Cana pools but you do have to look for them. The pool in Ambar is quite and peaceful. Maybe once a week the DJ turns on the music and has a pool aerobics class. People from Bavaro or Punto Cana cannot use the pools in Ambar. There is a pool bar in every pool. The beach has soft white sands. There has always been shade by the beach but maybe not in a spot where you can see the sea. The sea is calm, with beautiful still blue waters.

We have been quite lucky with the weather, when we left the UK, the weather report indicated tropical storms, but upon arrival the weather was sunny and hot. The hotel seems to be in a hot spot, where there is cloud all around the area but not above the hotel. Seems strange, but true. The quality sun tan lotion in Dominican Republic is very expensive so buy this before you leave the UK.

I am one whom loves to go on excursions; therefore we participated in seven excursions. I think the excursions are overpriced and a lot of them are two short, but I think this is the way of the industry now.

Outback Safari $89 (half day)
Looking at a typical Dominican home. Seeing the production of coconut oil, coco and cigars. Tasting the local drink, Mamajuana. A change to do some local shopping.
Soana Island $90 (full day)
This includes a two and a half hour bus ride to the harbour, then sail to the island, lunch and relax on the island. Then a speed boat to the middle of the ocean where you can stand in the ocean and find large star fish, finally a speed boat back to the harbour. Recommended.
Zip Lines $89 (half day)
These are fun but very quickly over. Some zip lines take 3-5 seconds while the longest takes 23-27 seconds. A total of 10 zip lines. Recommended
Quad Biking $89 (half day)
This was fun but at the start they were pushing for sales of local merchandise. Swim in the small caves and swim at the beach. There was a lot of mud so wear old clothing if possible. This excursion was a lot of fun after the hard sell. I wish the beach ride was a lot longer though. Recommended
Reef Explorer $89 (full day)
Very short boat ride, swim with sting rays and nurse sharks, snorkel, massage, canoe.
Speed Venture boating $75 (half day)
Ride in two man speed boats, then snorkelling. Highly recommended.
Horse Riding $65
Riding on a stunning beach. Served coconuts just picked from the tree. Highly recommended.

Ambar Upgrade
If you have booked into Bavaro or Punto Cana you can upgrade to Ambar for 15 dollars per person per day, this is a well worth it upgrade. Obviously if available.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 27 June 2009

First Off I'd like to state that this resort IS Pretty darn close to a 5 star.
The grounds are beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!! the food is what you get when you travel down south and you will not die or get sick from it. They have plenty selection even for me and I AM A VERY PICKY EATER!!! The rooms are spacious and clean, the mini bar is re-stocked daily and we didnt even tip.
They come around at night and ask whoever needs more towels and supplies with how ever many you need. They customer service was around and did there very best addressing any concerns or needs you have. And people, they do speak enough english for you . I mean, if you travel to Canada and dont speak english you will NOT find anybody at any store, very rarely, that can communicate with you in other languages. So please dont critisize a third world country that has its ppl take basic ESL classes to communicate with such unappreciative guests.
I also have to add that the beach is beautiful, the ocean is warm and you should have no trouble finding shade unless you sleep in until 11 am.
You can also use the internet for about 15 mins free each day.
I have travelled to a few other Caribbean Islands and this resort ranks second to the (suite oceanview room) Riu Palace in Aruba.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank HolidayLoverToronto
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Reviewed 27 June 2009

I'm going to make this short and sweet. My husband and I traveled for the 1st time to the Domincan for our honeymoon. I find this resort has some improving to do. From the food to the rooms. Yes, the rooms our somewhat nice but certainly not a 5 star. As for the food it's less than desirable at most restraunts. DO NOT GIVE OUT YOUR ROOM NUMBER NO MATTER WHAT!!!! We had a waiter ask us for our room number and my husband and I simply told him no. He got mad at us and then began to make rude comments about how I like pork and making pig sounds. Keep in mind I weigh 115 lbs. It was quite disgusting. If you give your room number out your room will more than likely be ransacked at some point in time. It's an all- inclusive resort and you wear a wristband for one reason only. That should say enough. We heard that there had been alot of changes in management when we got there from the minibar guy who was selling the liquor on the streets instead of filling the minibar to the manager. As we heard both were fired. Maybe these changes in management will improve this resort. One thing that was breathtaking were the beaches. They are the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen and they stretch for miles. Overall the vacation was OK. The people that we met from Canada and New Jersey made our vacation. Keep in mind there is not much to do in the Dominican so if your looking for nightlife I would recommend somewhere else.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 June 2009

Stayed at this resort for two weeks, May 22-June 5/09. We were attending a destination wedding, which was originally planned for GBP Riviera Maya but had to be changed due to the H1N1 flu. It all came together about 10 days before we were set to leave!

Grounds: Absolutely beautiful, lush and immaculately cared for. The resort is huge but very well laid out, easy to walk and/or to get around by the trolly if you choose to. We found it was very well lit at night and all your amenities are really close by.

Room: Comfortable with a king-four poster bed, sitting area, 27 inch flat screen tv, and the mini bar restocked daily with pop, water, beer, small bottles of hard liquor and a small can of Pringles. The electronic safe is free, coffee maker, an umbrella in the closet, as well as your two beach/pool towels. The bathroom was spacious with separate shower, toilet & jetted tub. There’s also a make up mirror and some toiletries (note—no hair conditioner provided). Housekeeping did a good job daily (always when we were out for breakfast) and the nightly turndown service was a nice touch (with 2 chocolates). We used the pillow menu (free) and ordered various scented/therapeutic pillows daily. Our favorite was green apple. Room service is included and we used it twice for a late night snack (sandwiches & fries) as well as breakfast one morning. Service was prompt.

Pool: The Ambar pool was clean and always warm. There are two jetted tub areas and a nice swim up bar. We never had a problem finding a place. They built 8 more palapas while we were there, but I think guests get up pretty early to secure one of those shady spots. Note that the stools at the swim up bar are very rough, so be careful if you sit on one as you may either rip your suit or the skin on your legs. The swim up bar closes at 6:00 pm, as does the pool. The towel shack is open 8:00 am - 5:30 pm to exchange your towels. No pools games, just water aerobics daily. There is a security guard at the pool for when guests from the other resorts try to use the Ambar pool and they are politely asked to leave.

Beach: Beautiful soft white sand, palm trees, lots of palapas for shade and crystal clear water. We walked the beach in both directions and enjoyed it thoroughly. About 30 minutes one way (turn right) is a market directly on the beach, which was fun to visit. We went kayaking (free) and parasailing ($$). They also have paddleboats, windsurfing, boogie boards and hobby cats. There is a bar on the beach, which was handy as well.

Food/dining: The Ambar allows you unlimited a la carte dining. We ate at 7 of them, the service and food was excellent. We enjoyed the appetizer buffet at each a la carte, which had a lot of interesting things to try. I suggest you make your reservations the first day, as we found several of our choices were either closed or full on the nights we requested. Our favorite was Italino Porto Fino and least favorite was El Meson (Spanish). The buffet was very good as well with the made to order egg stations at breakfast, an abundance of fresh fruit and salads. The buffet by the pool was handy for lunch with another great selection of fresh food. They enforce the dress code and do not allow men into the buffet at dinner if they aren’t wearing long pants.

Entertainment: The Ambar lobby has an indoor (non smoking) and outdoor (smoking) seating area, with the bar closing at 11 pm. Everything else you could want is at the Bavaro. Many shops, a casino, karaoke bar, disco, live outdoor band (11:00 pm) and a theatre with nightly shows (9:30 pm) that were very good.

Wedding: This resort was able to accommodate 48 guests and Clarabel, the wedding planner did an excellent job. We attended a rehearsal diner (Garden Grill), ceremony on the beach and a wedding dinner/reception (Café De Paris) with dj/music. The dinner service was very attentive and the food delicious.

Other: We had a couples massage at the Ambar spa and it was great (30% discount if your vacation is booked with Transat Holidays). The women in the wedding party had their hair and make up done and were very pleased. Guests are allowed 15 minutes per session (not monitored after midnight) of free internet on one of the two computers in the Ambar lobby. There is also a cigar shop, gift shops, pharmacy and doctor’s office on site. I did seek treatment for mosquito bites (I got at the Bavaro & Punta Cana) that I reacted to. The doctor was efficient, professional and spoke clear English. I felt better within 1 hour of her treatment. We found the front desk staff to be accommodating.

Overall, we were very impressed with the GBP Ambar and everything that was offered on the property. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

  • Stayed: May 2009
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14  Thank AlbertaChristiegirl
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Reviewed 23 June 2009

Me and my boyfriend both stayed the week of june 13th to the 20th. This resort seems to be mostly couples on honeymoons or older couples. We are both 21 and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Rooms: the rooms were exactly like the picture, so no big suprises. We enjoyed the room service which arrived within 30 minutes. The bed was firm but thats what we both liked. I did hear about cockroaches in one of the rooms but didnt see any in ours.

Bars/drinks: Most of our stay was at the pool bar and my boyfriend basically only drank beer which he really liked, i tried basically every drink and enjoyed them all. I heard that the drinks werent as strong at the pool bar most of mine were stronger than usual, especially rum and coke. At night we spent the nights at the lobby bar where the drinks were better made. It was quiet but a nice place to go and relax with friends and family. Try mamajuana its worth the try, you are able to buy it in the gift shop, it will need to be filled with wine to take it home with you.

Pool/beach: We were by the pool everyday and enjoyed having a bar within reach, relaxing and hanging out with friends. Once a family came into the pool with kids and were removed within minutes. The beach was beautiful and clean. We enjoyed swimming in the ocean but disliked the salt water (getting it in your mouth or what-not) but thats just us. Had no problem finding shade, even when we didnt make it to the pool until 11 or so.

Food: Mostly we ate at the buffet but we had 3 la carte reservations at the japanese, french and italian. We found the buffet to be satifisfying, you can basically find something to eat for everyone. I was eating what i usually eat my boyfriend tried mussles and other exotic food which he enjoyed.
Japanese: it wasnt what we expected, we were expecting to have a show and it was basically just him cooking infront of us. In the other rooms we could hear people cheering and clapping which disappointed us. The food was good nothing out of the usual. The best part was deep fried icecream for dessert.
French: The best by far!! it was so delicious and good quality. my boyfriend got the duck and pineapple for dinner and the fried bananas for dessert which was so neat to watch! I got the salmon and bacon and had the cheese cart for dessert which was really good and put together. just try to get a reservation here it will be worth it!!
Italian: not so much of a italian restaurant my boyfriend had sea food and i had beef lasguna... nothing really to rave about!

Excursions: We only went on the one which was snorkling in coral reefs with tropical fish. then they take you to another part in the ocean and you swim with sharks and sting-rays (totally worth it) where they take pictures of you holding them. Afterwards they take you to a pool part and play music and you drink and swim for a hour or so. This was about 4 hours and totally worth the $55 we spent!

Overall I would totally recommend this resort to my friends and family and would even consider going back again!!

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank lcalvin
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

We purchased a suite package through FunJet to the Gran Bahia Principe Ambar in Punta Cana in February of 2009 for our honeymoon. After checking in we were taken to our room it was immediately evident we were neither in the Ambar nor in a suite. After much confusion we went back to the front desk to inquire and were told that the Ambar was overbooked and we would be staying in another hotel for the night. We were told our room would be available the next day between 11am – 12pm. It was a very poor first impression. No one said anything about it to us when we checked in.

The standard room was a bummer but it would have probably been a non-issue had they had our room ready for us the next day as we were told. We went back to the front desk the next day at 12pm and we were told our room was not available and would not be ready until 2pm. At that time we were not allowed back into the other room because we had to “check out”. We waited until 2pm to return to the front desk again. We were told that our room was still not ready and would not be ready for another 40 minutes. At 3pm our room at the Ambar was still not available! We finally got in our room at approx 4pm. We had not showered or changed our clothing all day long. We were basically homeless for most of the day. The hotel offered us $100 for our troubles. The FunJet Rep on-site advised us not to accept it. We were instructed to file a complaint with our travel agent upon our return.

The next day we finally had a chance to start enjoying our vacation - or so we thought - until late that evening my husband became violently ill. He was vomiting and had diarrhea every hour for 13 hours straight. He remained sick and in bed for 3 days. He continued to feel nauseous and have diarrhea for the duration of the trip. I spent 3 days alone on my honeymoon. I talked to a couple I meet earlier and mentioned my husband was a sick. A flood of people started talking about how they had been sick as well with the same symptoms, all of whom had gotten sick within the past couple of days. One gentleman told me there was an elderly couple that had gotten so sick with the same thing that had to be taken to the hospital. That evening I consulted with the doctor at the hotel clinic. I asked her if there was a problem with food poisoning or other guests being ill. She dismissed it.

The next day I noticed there were 2 people walking around with badges and clipboards inspecting the food at the buffet and going in and out of the kitchen "observing". The hotel also installed hand sanitizer stations at entrances of each of the restaurants and sometimes requested that people use it. All of the ala carte beverage machines were closed down. I went to the gift shop to purchase a bottle of Pepto Bismal. The gift shop made me sign a form, which they were doing for guests that were purchasing Pepto and Imodium. The form asked for your name, room #, symptoms, when they started, etc.
My husband and I were really frightened to eat any of the food the rest of the trip. We bought pre-packaged food at the gift shop and that is pretty much all we ate.
The overbooking was handled poorly and there was definitely a problem with illness at this hotel. There are 2 other postings on trip advisor from people who were there at the hotel the same time we were and both talk about the illness problem. We felt very unsafe and anxious to get home. I can say with certainty it was the worst vacation we have even had. In addition, we did not receive all of the honeymoon services we were told we would get. I spent part of the week emailing my travel agent and talking to the FunJet repo on-site trying to get it straightened out.

Further, during the week the hotel manager called our room 3 times (while my husband was sick) pressuring me to accept the money they offered, and then again asked me in person as we checked out. It made me uncomfortable. Apparently you have to sign a waiver when you accept a cash refund so that you can not file a complaint later.

When we got home I googled "illness in Dominican Republic " and was totally shocked to find an article about an outbreak of food poisoning that occurred at the Gran Bahia Principe in Putna Cana in 2007. A tour operator was actually sued over it.

We also filled a complaint as instructed by the FunJet rep on-site at the hotel. As of now (3.5 months later) there is NO resolution, in fact both FunJet and the hotel have refused to do anything. Our travel agent is still trying to resolve it. I will NEVER purchase a package from FunJet ever again. This hotel has some very serious problems.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank mrsceasar
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Reviewed 20 June 2009

We read a lot of reviews before staying here and were a little nervous about selecting the Ambar (especially because we were on our honeymoon). The Air Transat agent assured us that it was spectacular and she'd heard nothing but good things. So, we assumed that the reviews must have been written by "those who compain about everything." You know who they are. Surely, not us.

Unfortunately, much of what was written proved to be true. We won't re-hash too much of it, as you can read it elsewhere. The biggest disappointment came from the service/food. You are allowed three reservations at restaurants during a 7-day period. You can, at your own initiative, try to make more. We did try and ended up spending hours trying to haggle for reservations at a sit-down so as to avoid the hideous buffet. No amount of money, cajoling, begging seemed to help. Finally, we managed to somehow get to five of the restaurants. We later learned that the Ambar only gets 20 spots per night at the restaurants not located on the Ambar property, with the remainder going to other Bahia guests. When you walk into the restaurants, they are nearly EMPTY. Because it's low-season, they don't have the staff on hand to serve, which means they don't let you eat at the sit-downs because they don't have the service. Hardly five star policy. The food itself was pretty bad, as other have commented - salty, bland, swimming in sauce. Even after eating at the a-la-cartes, we would sometimes go to the buffets, just to grab some bread and cheese or pizza because they were the only palatable things out there. So, the food and the reservation system is what it is.

The service, as others have mentioned, is a bit lacking. As I mentioned, we were on our honeymoon, which they apparently lost the record of. Although they did upgrade our room slightly, it took talking to three different people to get something special done for us. That something special turned out to be a miniature bottle of rum, two Ambar t-shirts, and a scalding bubble bath. Oh well.

Other annoying things we wish we would have known: no air conditioning in the common areas, including some of the restaurants, so you are constantly sweating; they don't give you hair conditioner (but will sell you conditioner for $10/bottle), so bring your own; the showers are quite small (very difficult for two people to fit comfortably); you are limited to one beach towel a person, which you can exchange for a new towel when it's dirty; no HBO or ability to get English movies, unless you want to watch Lifetime for a week; no steam iron and crappy ironing board, but they will iron for you for a fee; difficulty communicating with employees, very few employees speak English; Ambar bar closes at 11:30; all the shops are extremely high-priced, so don't forget anything.

Also, all employees seem to be incapable of deviating from the "rule book". For instance, my husband was wearing dress shorts, collared shirt and dress sandals one night and we went to the buffet to get dessert. They wouldn't let him in even though they would let people with ripped jeans and baseball caps in. I, being a woman, could wear shorts (and was wearing them), so I had to go in, get the ice cream and bring it out so we could eat it in the lobby. Arbitrariness to its finest. Another example of this was when we were at the Mexican restaurant and I asked for chicken, instead of mixed, fajitas. They told me it was impossible. No reason, they just wouldn't do it. Stupid stuff like that happened all the time. The rules are the rules.

Good things about the resort: the grounds are immaculate and exceptional - looks just like the pictures; the beach is beautiful and the Ambar section is much quieter than the rest of the resort (you can even get umbrellas by the beach if you come out at noon); good nightly entertainment (not "Dancing with the Stars" quality but good for a resort).

A note on Air Transat for those of you travelling with that airline. In a word, DON'T. Even though we were on our honeymoon, they didn't give us seats next to each other. And we arrived at the airport 3 hours before departure to ensure we'd be sitting together. Great start. We were then delayed 1 1/2 hours going down due to engine problems, which they announced to the entire plane, fraying a lot of nerves (including ours). Overall, the flight down wasn't bad, just very cramped. The flight back was awful. The bus picked us up from the hotel 4 1/2 hours before our flight, which meant we were sitting in a hot airport for what seemed like forever. The air conditioning for the 4-hour flight to Toronto wasn't working properly, so we sat there, like sardines, sweating buckets. The flight attendants were more concerned about selling duty free than they were about serving, so it took a full hour and a half to get a glass of water. And, again, the tactlessness of the crew is disconcerting. At one point, while going through some bad turbulence, the flight attendant pointed out that to the right of the plane you could see a "really cool lightning storm". The woman in the seat next to us commented, "Isn't that how the Air France plane went down?" Again, some tact would have been nice. And as we were about the land, the flight attendant made a point to remind us to locate the nearest emergency exit in case of a crash landing. What's up with these people!? Also, bring your own snacks because the food is disgusting, microwavable faux-Chinese both ways.

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Address: Carretera Arena Gorda - Macao, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (Formerly Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar Don Pablo Collection)
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Region: Caribbean > Dominican Republic > La Altagracia Province > Punta Cana
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Casino and Gambling Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Price Range: £143 - £343 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Luxury Bahia Principe Ambar Blue Don Pablo Collection 4*
Number of rooms: 528
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Facilities and services 2 pool Sun terrace with sun umbrellas and loungers Relaxation zone with Bali beds Outdoor Jacuzzi BAHIA SPA (additional charge) Sports facilities: gym, 3 tennis courts, multi-sports court Water activity centre Motorised water sports (additionalcharge) WiFi access in the lobby (free) and in rooms (free) Entertainment amphitheatre Wedding gazebo 1 buffetrestaurant 3 speciality restaurants 4 bars 1 snack- bar Gazebo de bodas Smokers' lounge with bar service (cigar menu with additional charge) Punta Blanca Golf Club: 18 hole Punta Blanca Golf Club, designed by Nick Price (additional charge) Pueblo Principe: Shopping and Leisure Mall with local craft stores, live music, shows, stores, bars, karaoke, disco and casino. Rooms 528 Deluxe Junior Suites Room facilities: King size bed or two full size beds Ceiling fan Air conditioning Sitting area with sofa Terrace Fully-equipped bathroom with hydromassage bath tub and separate shower, hair dryer Bathrobe and slippers Don Pablo Collection amenities Direct phone line (additional charge for external calls) Alarm clock with iPod docking station Flat screen TV Coffee-making machine Minibar Safe Butler service 24 hour room service Evening turndown service Pillow menu 2 disabled rooms for a maximum of 3 adults Prime location right on the sea front Exclusive lake-style pool Aroma menu WiFi (free) Other services Medical service (additional charge) Pharmacy (additional charge) Specialised service for organising weddings, incentive trips, events and anniversaries Personalised menus (for celiacs, diabetics, etc.) Available on request ... more   less 
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