My family and I stayed in rooms 2, 3, and 4 because they will only allow 2 persons per room. A child below 10 years old is considered one person.
My mom and I stayed in room #2. The shower didn't work. There was no water heater. There's no water coming out of the sink faucet. The toilet didn't flush. The only thing that worked was the faucet under the shower head. But they did provide a pail for flushing.
Room #3 still has no water heater but everything else in the bathroom worked as it should. But the room's door cannot be locked from the inside. My brother-in-law gave me the room key so I could lock them in from the outside and I handed the key back through the window.
Room #4 was the best room of the bunch. Everything worked and it even has a water heater for the shower. We all lined up to take our showers in this room. Water pressure was sketchy though. If other rooms open their faucet, the water stream drops to a trickle.
Food in the resort was also disappointing. If they got my clubhouse sandwich all wrong, I didn't stick around for dinner. We went over to Brumini resort a few meters down the highway and had our dinner there. There were several food stalls in their parking area that sell ready cooked food and they can also cook your food the way you want it. Dinner was good. We returned the following day to have our breakfast here as well. Brumini resort, I was told, has hot showers, wifi and satellite tv. There might be better resorts in the area but I can only give my opinion on Aaron and Brumini.
We went there to see the whale sharks and Aaron beach resort did provide good service regarding this. The boatmen were very friendly and they took charge of the rented underwater camera and advised us where to submerge ourselves to get good pictures with the gentle giants. Whale watching experience -- AMAZING!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Clean freshly painted rooms by the sea. Shaded cottages under the coconut trees. ... more less