Travel operator: justsunshine
The food was fine and plentyful, you could have wine, water or soft drinks with meals(a few dinahs to the waiter ensured ice cold wine).
All the staff were helpful and friendly and to our amazement spoke at least four languages.
Guests were made up of mostly French/German, but we met Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Brits and Irish.
The entertainment was typical holiday stuff, kids being cute, parents looking daft. Harmless fun.
The pools were great as was the beach and beach bar. We didnt feel the need to venture out of the club, but went to the local marina which is worth a quick look, if only to see how much you save on drinks being all inclusive.
The heat was the only problem, but it wasn't because all you do is grab a beer and sit in the shade, the breeze from the sea made all the difference and the air conditioning.
Travel operator: medhotels
There was no entertainment laid on, which is a good point for us as we prefer a quiet holday. The only negative coment is that the hotel next door had a very loud disco every night until 2 a.m. and it disturbed our sleep. We caught up on the beach the next day!
The beach is lovely with safe, roped-off areas that keep boats away from swimmers. There was no sign of lifeguards which is of no concern to me but might be to others. There is a beach cafe where we could get drinks all day.
We loved it and plan to go back to the same hotel in future.
Travel operator: Panorama
It's a basic three star, all inclusive now I do believe.
Rooms are very basic, gardens lovely although a lot of steps.
Not many English stay at this hotel.
Children are made welcome ie childrens club.
We had two lovely fun holidays at the Sol Selima but then we found the Imperial Hotel which is also on the beach and in PEK and we now prefer to stay at the Imperial.
Travel operator: thomson
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