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Quiet place. Nice surroundings around the hotel. Mostly all families with childrens. Food was good. Puddings- poor. All inclusive drinks variety very poor- wines, bears, raki and of course soft drinks. Rooms- basic. All got dryers. Staff were helpful, organised. No entertainment program. Beach- very...More
We booked this in January for the end of May. We requested a double room, and were never notified that they only had twin rooms despite the advert, they just took our money.
Our flight arrived at 10-30 pm so it was after midnight when...More
I know that what you pay you get, but ...
Most of the staff doesnt speak english so you better speak russian or same as me you may struggle.
All inclusive - I dont think they know what that means. If you like juice you...More
The first thing you will do in this hotel is check in, so I will start there. The staff are kind and genuinly helpful. I was checked in quickly and efficiently. After this I was taken to our room, however the room was not really...More
USD 60 - USD 142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered... More
Yeah, drinks finish around 9 pm. Drinks option isn't great - they don't offer spirits. Just beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee, ouzo and raki. We had to go out every night as even if you wanted to drink anything they offered, there was nowhere to sit other than where you eat. No entertainment or anything. However, drinks in the restaurants weren't too expensive - around 7 euro per cocktail and 5-6 euro per spirit. Hope this helps.