Nice looking hotel, but there were a few issues. Firstly the offhand attitude of reception staff, secondly we were offered a double room when we had booked a twin and most serious of all an ancient air con system that barely worked at all. There is no lift and no help offered with luggage.
The room was pleasant enough and had a good sized bathroom, there was also a nice balcony but some noise from a nearby amusement arcade during the evening. We investigated the restaurant, but were put off by the high prices. Breakfast the following morning was an odd affair with pretty crockery - but plastic knives! Usual Italian fare heavy on cake with the waitress/receptionist urging us to try some bright pink meringues.
After checking out I was pursued by the waitress/receptionist for a security card as she resolutely refused to believe I had already handed it to her colleague. Extraordinary behaviour.
Good sized car park and a short drive to the famous temples, it is also close to the sea, so on paper a good choice, but the faulty air con was a real problem in the summer heat.More
- Free parking