My other half and I stayed for 7 nights in July. The apartment was clean and the balcony was huge. We had ordered a double room, but, as per usual, were given twin beds. We pushed them together and that solved the issue. There were 2 large closets for clothing and the sofa was also a pull out bed, so could sleep 2 more people. The kitchen was quite basic, with a microwave and 2 hob cooker. The kettle was problematic in that it made the water taste horrible. We were using bottled water, and had to clean out the kettle, but it would still create a funny taste. The fridge was big and had a freezer.
It was over 30 degrees celcius whilst we were there, and the windows had to be kept open whenever we were in the apartment. There was an air conditioning system on the bedroom wall, but, judging by the leaflet in Norwegian, it would cost us €6 a day to use it! That was ridiculous.
The pool upstairs was okay, but the loudspeaker was distracting. There was also a pool across the road, but it wasnt open until the last few days that we were there. Most of our time was spent at Anfi beach, which was much nicer than Puerto Rico beach (only €5 in a taxi).
There were a lot of families there and the noise created by people running along the corridor was annoying, especially at night. Although it is close to the town centre, the noise was not a real distraction.
FOOD: avoid the main shopping centre as most of the restaurants are rubbish (there are a couple good ones on Tripadvisor). We went to the other nearby shopping centre (Las Olas) to eat at Cosi Como Sei (closed on Saturdays during the summer) and El Toro Bravo (so good we went twice!). Also, there are a number of Tripadvisor rated restaurants at the small shopping centre near Puerto Rico beach and Puerto Rico Base (where the bigger boats dock).
The reception staff were super helpful and booked taxis and restaurant tables for us. There was a problem with booking a sport fishing trip (DO NOT USE BLUE MARLIN) as they purposely overbooked and told us that we had made a booking for another day and when we showed up for that booking, they said that the receptionist had cancelled our booking, which she had not done. She tried everything to fix it, and then tore up all the flyers for the company, saying that it was unacceptable for them to mess up our booking twice. That kind of support was appreciated as it ruined the last 2 days of our holiday.
All in all, the Terrazamar Sunsuite hotel was a decent place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Servatur Terrazamar Suite & Sun Suite has 306 double apartments (9 of them equipped for handicapped), each of approx. 80 M2, whereof 40 m2 are terraces to enable you to fully enjoy our enviable climate. They are equipped in a way that you will feel at home immediately: telephone, independent bedroom (twin beds with latex mattresses), sitting room with TV (parabolic antenna), convertible sofa-bed and ventilator. Independent kitchen equipped with nice and practical cupboards, fridge, microwave oven, two ceramic cooking rings, a dinner service, glassware, pots and pans, etc. The bathroom with shower, electrical water heater and hair dryer. Sun beds and parasols on the terrace. Within the Servatur Terrazamar Suite & Sun Suite we offer 48 upgraded apartments, especially equipped for your comfort - the Servatur Sun Suite Royal Apartments, which are intended for those guests who like a little extra comfort on their holidays. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Servatur Aparthotel Terrazamar Sunsuite Hotel Puerto Rico
- Hotel Servatur Terrazamar Suite & Sun Suite Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria