Booking in very quick and easy to find room. Rooms great - large bedroom, bathroom with bath and hairdryer. Living area - TV, bedsettee, kitchenette with kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge.
We were all inclusive - food varied and really good. However, pool bar serves food if you don't want to go into the restaurant - but only burgers, hotdogs and toasties. I felt the pool snacks were quite limited.
Pool bar - All drinks are served from behind the bar - usually a queue but the staff work very hard and we weren't waiting too long.
Evening bar - large horseshoe shaped bar but everyone lines up to be served so is very civilised. One evening had to wait about 20 minutes to be served - when we spoke to staff about this we were told to ask the waiters to get our drinks; the next evening we asked a waiter for the drinks and were served all night by him - didn't get up once.
After 11.30 drinks are served in plastic glasses - I think this is because they know people will be taking drinks back to their rooms.
Restaurant - food varied and lots of it. Closes at 9.30 but food still being prepared and coming into restaurant at 9.20. Although it was very busy when we were there, always found a table easily.
Pool - pool average size. Beds all taken by about 10 am but I was glad to see people on the sunbeds all day when they had reserved them. Pool towels had to be hired - 1.75 euros per towel per day (never had to do this in the past). Hired 3 towels - forgot to take them back at the end of the day. Kept them for the next day then returned them and got new ones - paid for day and kept for four days - reception don't keep a track of them.
Water - usually I have been given bottled water when I have been all inclusive. However, you buy a bottle of water here you pay half the price it says on the menu if you are all inclusive. A glass of water is free.
You can order a picnic if you plan to spend the day out - you each get a bottle of water, a bottle of pop, two pieces of fruit, a danish pastry and two cheese and ham sandwiches. So if you want some water ....
I ordered the picnic the day before we left and took the food to the airport to eat on the plane.
Location - about a 10 minute walk to harbour through a residential area which is quite pleasant. Main town looks very nice but only saw it early morning when not many people were around (too hot in day to venture away from pool). I think it may be a bit expensive to eat in town - 15.50 euros for ravioli.
Travel operator: First Choice
The minus side to the hotel is its location being a good ten minute walk to the Marina and Santa Eulalia centre. The road leading back to the hotel from the Marina is not to well lit and can be a bit scary.
The entertainment was more for the children than the adults and we found it not to our taste. All entertainment and music stops at 11.00pm a bit early we thought.
We would not stay at this hotel again because of the location.
A smaller beach is about 15 minutes away, the coastal walk from Mango's bar is worth doing to get there, or you can go via the main road. Turn right out of the hotel. The apartments are not that big, the living/kitchen area is quite small, but the bedroom is large. Storage limited. Kitchen equipment quite basic. No kettle or toaster in the apartment, but these were available to Thomson guests at no charge if you asked at reception.
Rooms cleaned 5 days of the week, towels changed whenever you asked, and sheets changed twice during our 11 night stay. The swimming pool is lovely, very warm. Sunbeds did have towels on them early in the morning, despite notices asking you not to do this. Nobody seemed to take any notice, staff or guests. If you don't like the full sun there are shady parts in the garden area that you can be in.
The hotel owns the supermarket opposite the apartments which is fine for all your basic needs, but was slightly more expensive than in the town. Didn't try the restaurant, evening entertainment usual type of thing. Overall a very pleasant place, and we would return. I wish I was still there!
The Entertainment was not great and we never ate in the restaurant. The town was only a ten min walk and if you turn right out of the hotel there was a nice snack bar called Mango's with a great view. If you headed to town there is also a great Tapas bar with great food.
The shop across the road was great but slightly over priced. You could get things cheaper at the supermarket in town.
The only two weak points about this hotel was the lack of space in the kitchen area especially if you were SC and that same old problem of people bagging their sunbeds at 7.30 in the morning.
Travel operator: Hotels 4 u
Travel operator: medinland
Travel operator: Thomas Cook
Rooms were cleaned every day apart from Wed and Sund. We had a 1 bedroom apt, there was myself, husband, 2 sons, 18 and 12 and was plenty big enough.We had a sea view but you can request pool view if you wish.
We visited Mangos bar, turn left out of hotel and a 5 minute walk, bar overlooking the sea - lovely.
It was approx 10-15 minute walk to the town which was fine for us but mom and dad had a taxi which cost approx 5-7 Euros.
Overall fantastic hotel and staff are lovely.
Travel operator: Cosmos
Travel operator: My Travel
The childrens entertainment was good and our daughter made some good friends and used the kids club daily. The evening entertainment was your standard stuff but the staff really give it their all and the stage area is impressive. Getting drinks in the evening is a bit of a free for all but you soon get the hang of it. If you don't go all inclusive you will tend to go out more in the evening and the walk into town is pleasant. If you walk the opposite way you come to a nice bar called Mangos.
All in all it is a very nice hotel and the being German it is very efficient. I would say the make up of guests was 50% German 30% English and 20% Others.
Travel operator: DIY
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