we arrived at the Nishaville, a fairly large group, passports taken, the a long walk to the main reception area.
Rooms allocated, and a vague direction, its in that block, your luggage will follow another long walk to the room.
Luggage arrived via buggy, obviously designed for transporting guest, but we never managed to catch one the whole 2 days we were there.
Room was large with cooking facilities,( sign stating that they must not be used unless you were self catering) and two bedrooms, one of which stayed locked. Nice sitting room with TV, bedroom overlooking pool, large comfy bed + another TV.
Balcony with table and 4 chairs.
The standard of fittings was taps loose, dripping toilet, and doors that closed if you slammed them hard.
The pool was pleasant temperature, but you had to trek round the block to get there. A few sunbeds scattered around , fewer sun shades.
The beach was clean almost deserted, it stretched for miles.
Food was ok, entertainment non existent. Bar staff surly,
This resort needs to decide whether it is going to be an apartment complex or a hotel, as it falls short in both.
If you want somewhere in the middle of nowhere , with miserable staff, otherwise give it a missMore