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A family of three stayed a week herein July and enjoyed our stay.The apartments are spacious and nice, but a bit worn out and sparingly equipped. You only get exactly what you need and nothing extra - like bread knife and more hand soap in...More
Very nice place to stay ,staff very helpful nice walk into Cala Dor short walk to beech ,The private Pool ideal for the more mature couples ,accommodation for self catering was very pleasant and comfortable will be going back again,very happy with this facility Bernard...More
Nice good sized refurbished apartments in good location. 5 minutes walking distance from local beach. Also good base for trips around area with very nice beaches. Quiet and relaxing place. Food was ok. Staff was amazingly friendly and welcoming.
We were very happy with our self catering apartment. We arrived about 1.30 am and the young man at reception opened the small adjacent supermarket so that we could get some water. All the staff were lovely, very friendly and helpful. The apartment was beautifully...More
Just returned from a week staying at this 'apartment hotel'. We (two adults) decided to go on a self-catering basis and had a 1 bedroom apartment. The apartment could sleep 4 people, but probably more suited to 2 adults and 2 children.
Whilst the hotel...More
US$93 - US$264 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As a family of four, we recently went all inclusive for a week on 20th Aug and I was more than happy with the food on offer. I would say the difference between half board and all inclusive (If HB is breakfast and an evening... More
As a family of four, we recently went all inclusive for a week on 20th Aug and I was more than happy with the food on offer. I would say the difference between half board and all inclusive (If HB is breakfast and an evening meal) would depend on how much you intend on using the bar. When we went, the pool area was too busy and we ended up spending a lot of our time at the beach therefore not making use of the free drinks during the day. In the evening a lot of people weren't all inclusive so didn't use the bar so it was very quiet with hardly any atmosphere so again, we didn't utilise the free drinks as much as we would have liked. If you're going now, then it's likley to be quieter than the when we went in the school holidays in which case you may spend more time round the pool so the all inclusive drinks might be more beneficial. There are also all inclusive snacks included in the afternoon but we never had these so can't really comment and the free ice cream is only a very basic small tub of vanilla or strawberry - No magnums or the like!
So in summary, we had no complaints at all about the food but for us, we didn't get as much out of the all inclusive as we could've done. It may work out better at this time of year to go all inclusive though and we did hear that drinks weren't particularly cheap at the bar - Having said that, the only drink I can confirm the price of was a pint of beer at Eur 3.50 which I didn't think was overly expensive.