The saying that travels broaden the mind will come in very useful should you proceed with a booking to the Azia Blue. The holiday company (Easyjet) describe the resort ‘Luxurious, well furnished and maintained rooms and they also claim you will be spoilt for choice of the number of restaurants offered within the hotel. As the cost for 4 is valued (according to Easyjet) at approx £5000 per week I believed them. The rooms are tired, dated and shabby, nothing welcoming, there is no choice of restaurants, breakfast is a scramble in an overheated small room where no personal space is available, everyone breathing on one another while you queue for an egg, no croissants or fresh pastries, no individual yoghurts, all communal dishes with over processed food that is very poor, I would say breakfast is equivalent to a very low budget 2* hotel. The evening half board meal is served on the terrace, there is no choice but to eat on the terrace, no other restaurant is open, this was confirmed by staff. The food every night was a buffet, in all fairness the food in the evening was adequate but could not be described as anything more, possibly a 2 to 3* hotel. The nearest beach – 15 - 20 minutes’ walk is hospitable, red flag, no activities. We spent the week of our holiday travelling everyday 40 minutes to the Coral Beach Hotel, also declared 5*, same room rates, very good facilities, nice beach, well run, choice of restaurants, good food, the 2 just do not compare and makes me wonder how the 2 could ever be rated the same?
We did highlight our complaint in accordance with Easyjets terms at the first opportunity on the second day of our holiday, we requested a move as felt we had been mis-sold this holiday, despite promises that a resort manager would phone, nothing materialised after we telephone the UK 4 times, so should you book with Easyjet there will be no customer service.
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