The rooms are okay, but based on some reviews me and my mate read regarding pool bar, jakuzze (not sure how to spell) and so on it did not live up to expectiation.
For being a quite expensive hotel in a not-so-hot town, the service was poor. Nobody to help with bags, the restaurant they bragged about was closed on sunday (the only night we was there). Its hard finding staff to help you when sitting by the pool, service close at eleven o'clock, you have to pay cash for stuff by the pool and cant put it on your room (which makes no sense - who brings cash with there bathing clothes?)
If your looking for a place to exercice and swim, and have children with you, its probably okay.
If your a younger traveler looking to have a fun time, you should avoid it.
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- Kameo Grand offers the very finest in short and long-stay accommodation with large, tastefully designed and comfortable rooms. Comprised of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, all accommodation comes complete with everything you will need for your stay. Facilities include an executive lounge, swimming pool, fitness centre and two restaurants. Kameo Grand boasts all the services of a fine hotel including room service, 24-hour front desk and maintenance, around-the-clock security and extensive meeting and function facilities. ... more less
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