Detailed review by trivago traveler
Visited in August 1999 on an All Inclusive Basis.
I remember this hotel to be a large international complex consisting of three hotel blocks, one for British, one for French and one for German.
On arriving we were greeted in reception by friendly staff, with a refreshing drink. We were then shown to our rooms which were fully air conditioned and quite spacious, with a balcony overlooking the beach which was literally around 100meters ahead of us.
The beach was lovely, white sand with plenty of evening activities planned by the hotel and if you didnt want to spend the time in the evening on the beach there was ample entertainment either in the on-site disco, bar area, Kareoke lounge, games room and arcade or outside stage area where different shows were put on by the hotels entertainment team every night.
The staff were always happy to help, always cheerfull, and couldnt do enough for you, theres an on-site hairdressers and massage parlour, a currency exchange and an inside market leading to the expansive restaurant which served a large variety of international and british quisine and was kept very clean.
All in all this is the best holiday I've been on, would advise anyone to go here, lovely.
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