Stayed one night for transit. They had had a very busy week, so when we arrived, apparently they had not been able to keep pace with laundering towels or linen.
While we were out at dinner, they DID get everything installed int he rooms.
DOWNSIDE was getting new towels that hadn't ever been washed, so they still had the residue of spinning oils from the manufacture proces, o they didn't dry you properly. It was mor elike a wipe-down process.
But the downstairs rooms were very nosiy with foot traffic above, it is VERY old, creaky, and really not a place I'd choose to stay again.
I have to say, the bed linen was very clean and crisp.
They take a key deposit as well as the security deposit, and required this in cash only, but as we were checking out early a.m. before reception re-opened, we had to return our keys before 10pm at night, and go to bed, or we would have not got our deposit back. We had to do the same with the towels. They need a bit more flexibility.
Our intrepid group of teenagers had a choice of staying overnight again after 13 hours travelling back from the outer islands where they ahd been living and volunteer working village style, but they opted to endure another 4 hours on a wild run in from Natovi landing, to catch the last Pacific Bus service of the day and a 10pm arrival in Nadi (17 hours all up on the road), so they could stay at Tanoa Skylodge again.