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Our flight was delayed for 3 hours so we reach to the hotel about 11-45 pm. we both very tired but Saman was waiting for us and he brought us some very cold beers, sprites, and some snacks in to the room. very helpful person....More
Our stay at long beach was really nice, especially the support which was given to us by the hotel crew was admirable. Friendly and helpful staff was always there to guide you and to improve the quality of service.
Need some improvements for the menu...More
Room damp ( including bedding ) in the evening , to wake to wet floor , Electrical faulty Power point & Light over Mirror did not switch off , Had to help staff in restaurant work out the Bill . The pool was OK ,...More
The beach is nice and the hotel is OK. Food is also OK but can be improved the taste and variety. The bad experience was the linens. They were smelly ☹️. Room is good and have enough space. Overall the place is nice as it...More
What a beautiful resort right on the beach. Amazing viewsnfrom your room with a balcony.
We ate in the a la carte restaurant and it was fantastic.
The staff were amazing.
It was so nice sitting at the bar drinking local beer and watching the...More
Definitely not, no. Had to have a router put in our bathroom to pick up the signal in the hallway and make it stronger so it could then barely be strong enough to pick up in the room. The hotel is built with thick concrete... More
Definitely not, no. Had to have a router put in our bathroom to pick up the signal in the hallway and make it stronger so it could then barely be strong enough to pick up in the room. The hotel is built with thick concrete walls which don't lend themselves to good wifi connectivity. The hotel needs to wire a router into each room to solve the problem, not just try to bounce the weak signal from the hallway.