This hotel advertises all-inclusive light, and states each guest is allowed six drinks per day.
What they fail to mention is having water with a meal actually counts as one of the six, and if you want a cup of tea,that also counts as one of your six, something which a lot of people were shocked by.
There were no snacks, you could have ice cream if you paid for it, similarly you could also have a packet of crisps if you paid for them as well.
Having said all this, I also have to say the place was spotless, the room was nicely furnished, and the bed very comfortable. The food was also tasty and varied, but no entertainment unless you counted the large television that showed sport all the time.
One final thing the staff were wonderful, the ivy was growing across my sister's balcony, I went to reception to ask if something could be done about, and a short time later a man came and cut it all back for her,you only had to say and it was dealt with, so top marks for that.More