We stayed in a room with a balcony, the balcony was very narrow, about 2 feet wide, with two chairs on it, no table. The room itself was spotless with air conditioning TV, mini-bar and hair dryer.
Every area in the hotel was very clean. Tthe staff were helpful and could mostly speak English. The buffet food was average. It was fairly plain and very similar every night. There was a pasta selection, vegetables, potatoes and plenty of choice of different meats, but all were very plain. Breakfast was good. The only food available to purchase at lunchtimes was ham and cheese rolls, but three days when we went to get them they had none left (at about 1pm). There are a couple of restaurants across the road and a supermarket very close.
The hotel guests were mainly German whilst we stayed here (and I get the impression that that is generally the case all year round) and whilst we laugh at the joke about Germans putting their towels on the sunbeds, this was certainly the case. The sunbeds were unlocked at 9am in the morning. From 8am onwards, they would queue waiting for them to be unlocked, they would already have put their towels in the area they wanted to sit, and then get the beds, put them in position and dissappear for two or three hours before they actually sat on them. I am not exaggerating this, I was amazed having never seen anything like this before. So be prepared for a this if you want to stay by the pool.
The alternative is the sea, the hotel is literally across the road from the beach, not exactly a beach, it is concrete crazy paving and swimming pool steps sunk into the concrete to get in the sea, you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas.
The only entertainment we saw was a duet singing from 8pm til 11pm, the same ones everynight and they were pretty bad. The hotel bar closes at midnight as does every other pub.
A train runs into the centre of Prorec regularly for about £1 one way, we didnt walk so can't comment on that but you walk along the coast and through pine trees and it looked a pleasant walk as we passed by on the train. Taxis are also reasonable to get home if you miss the last train (10.40 pm).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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- Also Known As:
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