The noise levels from the pool bar and the sports bar went into the early hours on a number of occasions.Most of the room had no escape from it,
The young staff were on the most part most helpful and friendly though there seemed to be a lack of leadership and guidance and things got done more by luck than judgement.Glasses and crockery were often left around the pool all day.The bar staff seemed to spend much of their time playing backgammon.
Much of the crockery at breakfast was chipped and the local birds strolled across the tables.There was no where under cover to eat and shelter from the wind or early morning sun.
My wife does not recommend the Turkish Bath.
Our two excursions were a disappointment also,on both occasions we were charged for drinks consumed by other guests and had to have the charges corrected. The prices for a beer on the excursion was extortionate. I would recommend traveling into town and taking a Dolmus Trip. Good value.
Our room was 502, the only room that affords some escape from the bar noise also has a half decent view with a good degree of privacy.. I wouldn't bother with any other room though the other de luxe rooms were bigger.
Our comments are based on strong comparisons to our stay last year at the Rhapsody which we couldn't fault apart from the room being a little small.More
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