On a main road in the resort which is lined with restaurants and shops.
Rooms are tastefully, though simply furnished in neutral colours and a decent size. The bungalows are very convenient for those with mobility problems or with young children and have pleasant terraces. Ask for a room away from the main road, which can be noisy at night.
Spacious pool area with some landscaping, with a lawn area and some trees. I do find the dull yellow paintwork and extensive concrete a little oppressive.
Eating and drinking
Guests here can opt for a self-catering, half-board or all-inclusive package. There is a buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner, and pool bar offering drinks and snacks. I would say the food is adequate rather than gourmet, but very good for the price.
For a three star this hotel has a lot going for it: bowling, mini golf, tennis courts, sauna, gym, kids’ club and evening entertainment. The toys supplied for use by the pool are a nice touch.
The receptionists and waiting staff are pleasant, and the cleaners are especially efficient.
Who stays there
Spanish, Germans and British, with more Scandinavians in winter. Mostly younger couples and families on a budget.
Limited free parking is available to all guests. Often special deals are available for families and during off-season periods. As there is no air conditioning, it is probably worth hiring a fan during the hottest months.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Live entertainment
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Spacious with good facilities
- Great value
- Spotlessly clean
- No air conditioning in rooms