We stayed at Silver Point from 19 to 26 Feb 2013. Generally, the place is great for Kiters and windsurfers, as you walk out and are literally on the kite/surf beach.
The rooms are clean, the staff is generally nice, friendly and forthcoming, and the whole place has a positive vibe.
However considering the things described in the following, the place is really heavily overpriced.
We paid $450 a night for an ocean view apartment. There's a terrace in front which is sealed off to both sides by a wall, which reduces the ocean view and also makes the main living/kitchen area really dark. The lightest room in the apartment is the bedroom, and unless you are not sensitive to light or use an eyecover, you'll be up with the light at around 6 - 6:30 AM every morning.
The bedroom two frosted glass windows facing east with orange semi-transparent curtains (hence the lightness in them morning), and two windows to the reception and storage area without glass but only shutters that can be closed. So if it is not the morning sun, you will be woken up by people slamming some door there or arriving/leaving or whatever.
The mattress is a spring mattress and really uncomfortable if you are used to better mattresses - and you would expect something else for $450 a night.
The kitchen does not have cooking plates which makes the huge fridge with freezer a bit useless. No way to cook in the place which is sad, especially given the fact that there are no good restaurants in walking distance, so you are sort of forced to eat at the hotel's restaurant.
The food is good but again too expensive. The service is friendly but slow. The choice of food is limited which is ok for a week but would not want to stay longer.
For a place in that price category, we were surprised about the lack of basic things like honey, maple sirup, healthy bread - or the fact that it happened repeatedly that some of the items on the menu were not available anymore. There are no real fruit juices, only artificial OJ and the alike, so nothing you want to drink if you are eating healthy.
The choice of wine is limited to one red and one white, and there's only one brand of beer which is in our opinion an "acquired taste" at best.
This leaves the water, which if you buy it at the hotel will cost you U$6.50 a bottle. You could of course walk to the only supermarket in walking distance (which except for water is a joke) and be offered cocaine and marijuana about five times on your way there.
There's a bunch of obvious dealers hanging out in fron of the hotel on the beach side who want to sell you stuff over the fence or simply let you know you should give them money because you have it and they don't - and if you don't they become really unfriendly. Security doesn't care as long as they do not enter.
The cabanas on the beach are nice but are usually occupied by people who do not even stay at the hotel but in one of the cheaper places down the road. The guests here funnily call them Wifi parasites as they also come here to surf the internet whilst occupying the cabanas - to the disadvantage of the paying guests who cannot get any cabanas anymore. And the internet is already ridiculously slow without these people using it.
There is no internet in the rooms so you have to use the internet poolside (where the cabanas are).
So in our opinion there's a few easy things the place should work on - update menu, get basic healthy stuff in, protect guests form harrassment, better internet et cetera (as described above), and lower their prices to an acceptable level.
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