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Everthing was rubish , room , food evething , all i had was bread and tomato cos other thinks was dysgusting , they close hotel in the midlle of our holiday ! Thanx god they send us to much better hotel with nice food etc
we tried to have a family holiday 6 adults 4 children arriving on different dates speaking for my self arrived 26 aug first five days power cuts had 2 totally blacked out night then on the Thursday hotel caught fire was moved to a sister...More
We stayed at the sun village 23rd Aug for a week. The rooms were nice although the air con wasn't very good, pre set at 24 degrees. They seem to have a problem with the electric as we kept having power cuts. Food ok, not...More
We arrived at sun village hotel early hours of August 27th, left in the middle of the street. We were welcomed with rude staff and a tiny hotel room, we had booked a twin room, but didn't receive that. Multiple problems were had with the...More
- The staff were rude and unhelpful (apart from a few) hardly spoke a word of English.
- Hardly any sunbeds (had to go down early in the morning and reserve seats) and no umbrellas around pool area.
- Wooden flooring around the pool area...More
The sister hotel is hotel Marina sands - formerly hotel selvamar. More sun loungers etc and a bigger bar and restaurant at the hotel selvamar. I believe they both use the same bands as we originally were booked into hotel... More
The sister hotel is hotel Marina sands - formerly hotel selvamar. More sun loungers etc and a bigger bar and restaurant at the hotel selvamar. I believe they both use the same bands as we originally were booked into hotel sun village and some of our party was staying there. We were told we could use both hotels but never went to hotel sun village to check
The bar is and restaurant are also much quieter at the hotel selvemar