We stayed at this hotel for a week at the beginning of September. The weather was great. We sampled the pool a couple of times, there were tons of beds and the pools were massive. They had a gym and massage area, table tennis, bars and restaurants, ice cream and juice bar, underneath the whole hotel was a shopping area where the night entertainment resided.
We booked a studio and were welcomed by reception and given some flowers for our room (we think it's so security can tell who is knew and off to their rooms) we had a few flights of stairs to tackle to finally get to our room but as 27yr olds this wasn't too much of a problem. When we did we found it was a 1 bedroom fully equipped with oven, hob, fridge, toaster and the all important bottle opener so we were more than happy.
The room was very airy and light with a sofa bed/couch and flatscreen int eh living room. The bedroom came with plenty of storage. The only downside if we had to pick was that our balcony (which was a double length balcony) looked out on the inside of the hotel all of the corridors and everyones rooms so sometimes it was a little noisy but we just closed the patio doors and it was practically sound proof. We had windows opening out onto the street with fantastic views just a shame it wasn't from our balcony.
The fans in the room were good, we had a small problem with the bedroom fan but reception called maintenance out to us within minutes at around 8pm and they fiddled with it but said they would be back the next morning to replce it. Which they did and after that it worked fine.
The rooms were cleaned daily and the cleaners never harassed us to get out they always waited for us to leave which was good. If we needed help, advice or had any problem reception were always there and they spoke excellent English - nothing was ever too much trouble really we highly recommend the reception team there.
We felt the area outside the hotel was very up market and had plenty of restaurants to choose from however when we ate in a few of them we thought they were a bit overpriced for the quality of food also if there was maybe 4/5 in one area they were normally owned by the same person and many of the steak places did italian and other dishes - we prefer specialist places whereby they only do 1 cuisine like tapas, oriental, italian or steak not all of them in the same place.
If you walked 10 minutes in another direction there were a few other supermarkets and restaurants to choose from and then you hit the clubbing area near the Veronicas strip. We spent about 1,000 euros between us but didn't scrimp and went to see the show/ballet/musical Aire which was 45 euros each and worth every penny.
All in all a fab holiday for us!
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