Overall this hotel is very good - clean rooms (the furniture in our garden view room was not new, but fully functional), nice (almost) private beach, good breakfast with excellent sea view from the terrace. The staff was very polite and helpful. The food served at the Biru restaurant was delicious.The ...
The staff was amazing. This hotel is so comfortable you almost don't want to leave. The food was excellent and every staff person was so nice I felt like I was at a Bed & Breakfast. The pool is quiet and there is a free scuba class. They also have free snorkeling, fishing, and Yoga. I took the free ...
The layout was great, 2 bedrooms around a pool, but building were a bit run down and bed and bedding were clean but not very comfortable. Staff very nice and area was great but first night could hear the neighborhood bar playing music loudly until at least midnight. Thank god I had earplugs.
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