Feb 19 - Feb 20
This is a small hotel in terms of the number of rooms but the staff is really big on service. The rooms are not huge, but decently sized and very well appointed. We had a balcony overlooking the beach - very nice for a cup of coffee in the morning or to sit and listen to the waves before going to ...
Jan 21 - Jan 22
Great staff, free transportation to and from airport, breakfast was good, service was excellent. Free bicycles provided to get around. It’s a small hotel and the only downside was the construction isn’t totally sound proof. We didn’t find this an issue, however maybe someone else would. Perfect for ...
Feb 19 - Feb 20
Would not recommend for a friend, uncleared towels, so such noise from the street, no hot water, poor breakfast, overly priced.
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