We spent a week at the Akamanthea and actually really enjoyed it but only really because we had hired a car which meant we could escape from the 'relax club' madness. In typical British ironic fashion, by the end of the week we actually started to find it funny. When you are trying to relax by the pool and some employee is blasting 'todays fun activities' information in Polish at full volume what else can you do but laugh. Our highlight probably was trying to stare down the bizarre Yoga class which took place at breakfast time, right in front of our balcony. Try keeping your muesli down to that! It was a bit like being stuck in an 80's sitcom - highly entertaining but not necessarily for everyone.
The room itself was OK and no complaints about the cleaners but the beds were awful. We complained after the first night and whilst the receptionist made a 'note', they did nothing. I slept on the sofa bed all week which was marginally better. This is not 4 star by anyone's normal standards. We did eat in the restaurant twice but on one occasion the waitress could not hide her surprise at the fact we thought the food was 'alright'. The taverna at the end of the road is great and a better alternative than all inclusive.
Northern Cyprus is great and Latchi is a nice place - if you want to try scuba diving - latchi watersports are the people to do it with. i am hooked.
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