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What a lovely location! A hotel at the seaside, the terrace looking on the little beach!
But the inside of the hotel is old, shabby and needs to be renovated. The bathroom is at least 50 years old, but clean. Frist we were in a...More
This review is on the food service at Camino Hotel only.
Came to the beautiful island of Comino in September. The hotel has a monopoly on food services, which equates to a horrible experience for the consumer. At lunch time, waited in a 30 minute...More
Comino hotel has a quiet & secluded location. It has two sites, the main hotel and a separate small complex of bungalows in an adjacent bay.
The walk between the bungalows and the main hotel for dinner is about 700m along a generally well lit...More
I stayed here with my mum for a week in August 2017. I'm in my early thirties and I absolutely loved it! It's the only hotel I have ever been to where there is NO mad rush for sun beds, infact plenty to choose from...More
Don't expect luxury or decent food, or decent service, but enjoy the location. We stayed in the hotel's bungalows in the next bay round from the main building. They couldn't be in a better spot. Right on rocks of the headland with views back to...More
US$72 - US$181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from BillNorthumberland | Reviewed this property |
Men must wear long trousers for dinner, there is no rules for women. However we saw a number of men wearing shorts and vests/tee shirts at dinner and it looks wrong and it puts the staff in an awkward position, why can't... More
Men must wear long trousers for dinner, there is no rules for women. However we saw a number of men wearing shorts and vests/tee shirts at dinner and it looks wrong and it puts the staff in an awkward position, why can't everyone make this small effort and do you really want to sit a table next to hairy arm pits when enjoying your dinner.