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Ok just spent 2 weeks here. Saw no other English people. We used this hotel for a base only. We never drank or ate there. Just in and out when we needed to. It was clean and we slept well. Job done. If you want...More
After reading all the bad reviews we were expecting the worst but were pleasantly surprised at the welcome we received and the pleasant staff...We were just B&B which was very good and plenty of choice....The pool area was lovely and a real sun trap, the...More
food is better in a pet shop,dirty condiments, when you left the table the waiters just shake the table cloth,so the crumbs were on the floor,all inclusive was a joke ask for a gin and tonic,no you have to buy the tonic asked for a...More
I arrived at 2.30 am on the 26th August 17 with my 16 year old son as a birthday treat. We complained about the room and from that point on we were intimidated and treated worse than animals.
This was a nightmare holiday from hell...More
Do not stay at this hotel if you are british - the rest of the guests are rude russians and the staff speak very limited english so there is no chance of communication. The money exchange place in the hotel had an extremely arrogant member...More
US$16 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi Diana, there was no entertainment in the hotel itself when i was there. however there was free alcohol (though cheap one), so people were sitting together (note that the majority is russian, so you re not sure to make... More
Hi Diana, there was no entertainment in the hotel itself when i was there. however there was free alcohol (though cheap one), so people were sitting together (note that the majority is russian, so you re not sure to make friends if you re english speaking). there however are quite some bars around as this is a tourist area.
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