We stayed at the Daisy for two weeks, and have just returned. There are a lot of good things about these apartments, and a couple of irritating things.
Although the apartments are listed as self-catering, there are no real facilities for making a decent meal. Two electric rings is basically it - no grill, no oven. No work top space and the most basic of utensils. Three knives, forks, spoons, plates etc. You can hire a toaster for around 15 euros a week, which was a bit of a cheek, and having read previous reviews, we had taken a sandwich toaster with us.
The air con was priced at 60 euros a week, but as with most things, there are ways and means to get round this. I also think it was a bit much ...
charging for a kettle (also 15 euros a week) we just boiled a saucepan if we wanted tea. Read More
The only other thing I didn’t like was the bathroom. There was no shower cubicle, or even a curtain, just a tray to stand in. The shower couldn’t be attached to the wall, so you had to kind of hose yourself down with one hand, washing with the other. The shower head was broken, so that the water gushed out of the shower head itself, and the back of the shower head, making it impossible to prevent water from spraying all over the bathroom.
Having said that, the maid service was the best I have seen - a visit every day, towels every other and the bed clothes changed at least three times a week. If we had left any washing up, the maid did it, tidied up after us and was just brilliant.
The public areas of the complex are spotless, the pool is clean and there were plenty of sunbeds available. There is a small bar, which serves drinks and snacks all day and into the late evening. The pool is very deep (2m plus), and gets deep very quickly, within a few steps. There is a small child’s splash pool, about six inches deep. The bar man was particularly nice and helpful - always smiling. All in all, a good basic accommodation. Not geared up at all to cook in, but clean and worth the £300 each that we paid, all in.