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Lara Hadrianus Hotel
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Reviewed 13 March 2014

This was the last hotel on what was an amazing RSD cultural tour and septic doesn't even come close to describe it. We arrive at the hotel and our hearts sank (bearing in mind this was supposed to be a 4 or 5 star tour) the outside harked back to everything that was wrong with the 70's, but we had hope we thought it could not be that bad, boy were we wrong.

First we got our key and went to our room using the smallest lift known to man, on entering the room we were first hit with the stench. The bathroom was disgusting there was mould all over the shower and inside the toilet, holes in the wall that were very badly patched up. Then came the bed on the plus side the bed had a sheet and that was the only good thing you had to sleep under what can only be described as a giant tea towel with a duvet that had no covers. One of the pillows on the bed stank of cigarette smoke which I'm sure you can imagine did not make for a very nice sleep. The electric sockets were barely connected to the wall with lovely lawn furniture in the corner of the room.

Then came dinner and the only 5 star part of the hotel THE PRICES, there was mould on the ceiling which would have been bad enough but this was over the food. The food was basically oil with very overcooked chicken and it kept getting worse and worse. Breakfast was so bad that the majority of the coach we were on chose to have toast and butter to avoid being ill.

If you felt like a swim don't you would have ended up with a broken neck. The pool had no water in it and nothing around it to warn you it was empty or to stop you (or children) falling in. The whole hotel stank, the staff were rude and took numerous phonecalls/ visits to reception to get things done (e.g requesting a blanket as the heating didn't work). The hotel was also very noisy in our room we could hear footsteps and chatting etc from the reception downstairs, just the opening and closing of doors reverberated through the building.

Room Tip: Choose another hotel
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank DylanM386
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Reviewed 23 February 2014

We stayed here on the last night of our 8 day RSD tour. The hotel was not very busy and there are much better hotels in the immediate vicinity. The blocks resemble those of an inner-city housing estate and the rooms are not well furnished. The breakfast was ok but we did not have dinner as we attended a lively Turkish evening nearby. After such good hotels this last one was somewhat disappointing.

Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
Thank John D
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Reviewed 6 December 2013

Last hotel on a tour that was supposed to be in 4 and 5 star accommodation throughout. This hotel had no stars and was like a youth hostel. Its only saving grace was that the food was better than the one 4 star hotel that we stayed in for one night!!!
The beds had a bottom sheet, then a blanket, then a quilt with no cover, on top. Heating inadequate, so I ended up having 2 quilts on the bed. Towels grey and stiff and bathroom tiny.

Room Tip: Judging by comments made by fellow travelers, there are no good rooms.
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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27  Thank judeColchester
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Reviewed 30 November 2013

This was the hotel for the last night of an RSD tour, and the worst of a fairly poor selection. It was a late arrival after the Turkish evening and I assume it was thought people wouldn't notice its faults after an all you can drink for 10 euros experience.
The location of the high rise blocks reminded me of an English outer council estate. The walk to the road which leads to the beach is across waste ground so there are no nearby cafes and restaurants. At least some of the other hotels on the tour were next to the beach, but there was nothing in favour of the Hadrianus's location.
One of our group came down to reception when I was there to complain that there was water coming down into their room from the shower in the one above. My room was dowdy and not clean, and the view from the balcony was of other tower blocks. The lift was tiny and slow, and broke down in the morning when people had to bring their luggage down. Wi-fi was available only in the small reception area.
I can't imagine why anyone would want to stay here as there wasn't a single redeeming feature.

Room Tip: Find one in another hotel.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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10  Thank petefLiverpool
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Reviewed 19 October 2013

Shoved out in the annex again on our RSD holiday, we arrived fairly late having eaten at the Turkish party night, tired we had to drag our bags to another block and wait for the very slow lift that would only hold 3 people with a case. Comfortable room with balcony and the A/C worked - hooray. TV was very loud from one room but I slept through all the gun shooting outside and woke to the sound of police sirens and flashing lights at 0245, we had a good breakfast in another block at 3am and left at 4am so no chance to use the facilities.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank Mel B
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