Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveller from Near London
Would recommend to othersPosted 30-Sep-2011
The location, gardens and pool were great. It was bit odd that one had to use the lift or go through the dining hall to go the first floor. Breakfast was good. Meals were expensive and I wouldn't buy anything from the poolside kiosk / bar.
Recommendedby A verified traveller from Dublin, Ireland
Realistic ReviewPosted 23-Jul-2011 on Hotels.com
Right from the outset, there is nothing at all wrong with this hotel. I'd say it's bedrooms (although clean, functional and comfortable enough) were more befitting of a 3 star status. The hotel grounds with its lovely luscious gardens, and the pool overlooking the beach from the cliff, would be a 5 star. All staff are friendly enough, and clientele at this hotel is good (seems to have a lot of repeat visitors which is good in itself). Breakfast is good; the fruit is amazing, and there is plenty of breads, yogurts, juices, etc and they do try to rotate the cooked food. If you can get a room looking out on to the pool I think this would be preferential as your terrace looks out onto the gardens/ pool and the sea beyond that. We got a room at the back of the hotel and never sat out once on our terrace as it was a bit of an eyesore to be honest, so always went round to the pool. The rooms looking out on the pool don't get the sun after about 2pm anyway. Its a short walk into town, yet far enough away for peace and quiet and the shutters/ curtains ensure a good nights, undisturbed rest. Lastly, don't let them kid you that there gym is anyway decent at all. Unless you're caught in a timewarp and like the multi-gyms that were used in the 80s! A good hotel to go and relax, don't expect rooms that are too luxurious but have everything you need, and it is good value for money, and I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy a stay here.
by A verified traveller from London
Having stayed there several times before, this was a huge disappointment. Most of the hotel was closed, no evening meal and breakfast less than satisfactory. What a shame for a hotel that has provided a brilliant holiday in the past. Guests should have been warned in advance
Recommendedby A verified traveller from London
Nice break for twoPosted 28-Sep-2007
Had 7 days with the girlfriend at this hotel. Location is spot on, right on beach and up the end away from all the big hotels. If you want to just get up, have breakfast and hit the beach its perfect. It was very clean and well run. Friendly enough staff. Mostley older folk mind, breakfast is good (fruit, bread, cereals, scrambled eggs bacan sauasages etc) a late bar and a lovely outdoor area for a late drink / early breakfast. 5 min walk to town, ten minuts gets you to the other side of town so no worries there. Only single beds pushed together though with a double sheet over the two. They call this a double so be warned!. Balcony rooms probely better, but we spent all our time on the beach so it did really matter.
Recommendedby A verified traveller from Kent
Veyr nice small resortPosted 7-Oct-2005
After some initial issues were sorted out where the hotel did not have any rooms (over booking) we finally settled into our stay here. The hotel is not typical of the region as its all very low level and not high rise, which I might add we liked very much. The staff were friendly and overall service was good. It's a good base to explore the region.
by A verified traveller