Villa Palma 3* is really nice. Rooms are renovated and those that have a sea view are amazing. Restaurant Kamin has some tasty food to try and the breakfest was good too. The price is exceptable but a bit expensive in the summer time.
We stayed in the main hotel (not campground or villas), which has a very recent renovation. 4* for cleanliness and amenities. The gourmet breakfast at the restaurant balcony overlooking the sea was the highlight of our stay. The service at the reception desk was awful. I had some questions before arriving and it was impossible to communicate with the hotel: you can't reach them by phone (good luck even finding their phone number, which they don't list on their website!) and their email auto-response warns you it will take several days to get back to you. This was a warning of what was to come: it turns out the reception desk never answers the phone even for guests calling for help from their room! First our room was hot on our arrival, and there's no way for guests to directly control their room temperature; apparently it can only be controlled from the reception desk. Since they don't answer the phone, it took several trips in person to the reception desk over the course of several hours and requiring an argument with the reception lady, before she would finally agree to seek a competent colleague who at last resolved my issue by adjusting the air conditioning. My wife later asked for a change of pillow since they appear to offer a "wide selection of pillows" for guests' comfort. The same receptionist lady immediately retorted "we've lent out all the pillows, there are none left". My wife insisted, and finally convinced the receptionist to make a call to get access to the hotel "pillow vault", where they indeed had a large selection of pillows of various sizes and stiffness. The receptionist's initial response that no pillows were available had been a blatant lie, meant to outright dismiss my wife's request. The hotel has an outdoor poor, and even though you have paid several hundred dollars per night, don't forget to bring your wallet when you go swimming, since they nickel and dime you for use of a plastic recliner and parasol. Only access to the water is included, for access to other basic pool comforts you must pay extra. For several hundred bucks per night this hotel does not approach the level of friendliness and guest service they charge for. No matter what you pay for the room, it's still a hassle to access basic comforts like a cool room in summer, a pillow to sleep on, some shade at the pool, or a reception desk that answers the phone.…
Youhou! Mass tourism at his best! We choosed this camping from the website and got crooked! Congratulation to the marketing team... if you love sleeping in a parking between two busy roads and pay way too much don t search anymore! My kids enjoyed the air... because it was the only free thing we found there. But we took pictures of the paying swimming pool to post on Instagram so its great!
My wife and me were there for two days. Location of the hotel is near 100m above the sea level. But there's a way to go down walking to the beach all the way in shade. It takes 20 minutes up and 15 down. Hotel is clean. Staff is very nice, mainly young people, from reception to the restaurant. All the food is very tasty. We haven't got cherries for the supper anywhere else. And they were red and large. The choice of main dishes is a little bit poor - just four. The only thing I didn't like is, that food in self service goes low very fast. And they don't bring new one fast enough. You can wait for half or whole hour to get new one. In the meantime you have very little choice. Sometimes they even don't bring it any more after one hour of supper.
new, sparkling clean, comfortable, astonishing view, great food and very nice staff. Spa has a selection of saunas, a small but nice pool, relaxation area... modern and classy. Our room was on ground floor with a nice balcony overlooking olive trees and the beautiful gulf of Trieste. The only minus was the nearness of restaurant terrace with no green barrier between the room balcony and guest in the restaurant, which meant less privacy than one would want.