I travelled with my two children (16 and 9) and a friend and her two children for quality time and sunshine. This is what we got.
Yes, the rooms are basic but clean. The food was good with something for everyone. It was nice to try something different too so we tried all al a carte restaurants.
If you tip (and it doesn't have to be much) there will be a sunbed at any time of the day and an outside table at breakfast. The waiter also brought us coffee and whatever we wanted from the buffet.
The beach was lovely and the sunset worth watching. We were fortunate to be there for the end of Ramadan and the promenade was full of local families enjoying the bank holiday. To see people in traditional dress was lovely.
We didn't see the entertainment as we were happy playing cards and talking with our children. It could be a little chilly in the evening so take a cardigan.
For £1300 (for three people) for a week in the summer holidays we could not have expected more. This was summed up by someone when we were there when they said 'people expect something they haven't paid for'.
I think it is also worth remembering that this is a country where donkeys travel on the road alongside cars and very deprived in areas. Therefore, it may be a little different to what one may be used to.
French is widely spoken but we can all say please and thank you in French and this goes a long way.
So, although there are some areas for improvement we had a great time.
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