I spent here weekend in middle of October 2013. Hotel itself is terrible - all the equipment is old, floor everywhere is dirty, furniture is ugly. I've arrived late, check in was quick and I went to my room 239. But A\C there doesn't work, floor was dirty, and bathroom was not worked: water didn't left the bathtub. I ask at the reception to change my room and it was done without any problem, but it was the last free room in the hotel. My new room 253 was much bigger and had a good balcony, so thanks for employee who changed it for me. But a\c was not working and floor was a little bit less, but still dirty. Also this room had the direct door between the rooms - so I heard everything what happening in the neighboring room. Unfortunately it was a family with 1.5 years old baby. Baby's mom was very rude with child, she was screaming to baby sometime with offensive language and sleeping was not very good. So be aware of noise in this room. Breakfast is awful - it's almost nothing to eat, lunch and dinner is normal. Location is good - just about five to seven minutes to the hotel's part of the beach, but your pass will lay through horses' and camels' excrements, heap of rubbish etc, so be prepared to fill the terrible smell. The beach is good, but dirty. The sand is big and very nice. I was there only for weekend, and one day it was the entire beach filled by some seaweeds although some parts of the beach was not, I think it depends on currents. Second day it was almost no seaweeds, so maybe it was just a bad day. Sunbeds and other equipment at the beach are OK.
Close to the sea.
Very friendly and helpful stuff.
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