Reviews summary

4
Good
( 2085 reviews)
Brilliant
939
Good
645
Average
263
Poor
118
Awful
120
  • 3 room
  • 3.5 pool
  • 3.5 beach
  • 3.5 service
  • 1 dining
  • 1 amenities
  • 3 value
  • 3 food
  • 3 cleanliness
  • 3.5 location
 

18 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog

4 star SORRY more like a 2 star with a transport café menu

1
Awful
by
Reviewed 10 months ago

"On arriving at the hotel and shown to our room we found that the air conditioning was not working. Checking with the front desk was told there was a problem and was being sorted out. That night we had to have the balcony doors open as the temp was 24 deg, below the Hotel were 3 night clubs with music blasting out to 3-4 am which meant we had little sleep. Day 2 still no air condition. On asking animation team member was told that the air conditioning had broke down the week before we arrived at the hotel. Checking with other English people at the hotel they had the same problem. Loads of complaints to the Hotel and nothing done, I lost control. The hotel manager couldn’t speak English and had to use an animation team member to translate. After many threats a member of the company who owned the Hotel and other Hotels came in that afternoon. After complaining to him with many complaints I was told that they would move us to a outside chalet with AC and that the Hotel would offer fans to anyone who asked, and the next day our friends with a disabled 15-year-old son would be moved.
We were shown to the chalet, yes it had AC but was on full speed and was very noisy, they sent down a work man who told us the control had broken and it couldn’t be fixed. The TV wasn’t working plus there was NO hot water, so called the desk again they sent another work man. After 5 mins and elec sockets coming away from the wall the TV worked, Re the hot water he had to run the shower and sink hot water for 4-5 minutes to get hot water through as we were so far away from the main building and hot water supply which we had to do every time we want a wash or shower, what a joke. No fan extractor so bathroom would steam up, couldn’t open the window as it was boarded up due to glass was smashed. Only one toilet roll and if you had more than half a roll they would leave another one. The state of the bathroom tiles was disgusting due to grouting around the tiles (please see pictures), toilet roll holder broke off the wall, most times we flushed the toilet I had to reset the ball cock as it would stick. At night the noise from the air condition was noisier then then noise from outside and the night clubs so we had to turn off the AC and have the balcony doors open.
WIFI, you had to be within 50 feet inside the reception to pick it up.
Restaurant & Food. This was the worst Hotel & holiday we have ever had for this.
Breakfast, same rubbish every day and cold, eggs boiled to they were grey, toaster didn’t work, scrambled egg looked and tasted as if it was power egg and was very watery. I must point out there were 2 x coffee machines in the restaurant and after breakfast were turned off until the next morning for breakfast, lunch time if we wanted coffee we had to leave the restaurant go around the pools to the pool bar to get tea or coffee, evening meals we had to go to the reception bar to get tea or coffee, we were told that a waiter would do it but the lack of waiters and time it took for a waiter to get it we had finished our meal and gone. 1 x cold drink machine which would run out of diet coke and me being a diabetic had to walk to the pool bar to get a drink.
Lunch: again, same food all the time and 95% was cooked with spice, you had a choice of 1 x meat with spice, 1 x fish with spice & 1 x chicken with spice, 5 of us and only myself like spicy food and to be honest it was disgusting, rice had spice, lentil bean with spice, then some cooked veg that’s all the choice was. Spaghetti Bolognese every meal time, as for the 15 year old disabled boy also, only day he changed was one evening there were chips & he had them. My partner when eating in the restaurant just had a salad roll. Eating out was out norm on this holiday
Evening meal was much the same as lunch. 2 evenings they did a total Moroccan meal with local dishes all spiced and NOTHING repeat NOTHING for anyone who didn’t like spicy food, again we had to eat out.
There was no on site shop so if you wanted a bar of chocolate or packet of sweets you had to go outside of the Hotel.
Rest area outside with lounger chairs & tables, a glass had been smashed on the floor we call for a cleaner to clean it up, she brushed it to one side, 4 days later on leaving it was still there (see picture).
3 days before leaving the amount of management in the Hotel had increased by 10, asking the animation team member he said that there had been so many complaints from guests that they were called in to sort things out and that the Hotel was due for a completely new air condition system and that they were going to refurbish the whole Hotel one level at a time."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Sat 1st of September 2018

Rating breakdown

  • 2 Location
  • 3 Beach
  • 1 Room
  • 2 Pool
  • 1 Service
  • 1 Dining
  • 1 Amenities
  • 1 Value
  • 1 Food
  • 2 Cleanliness

AKA Royal Mirage

1
Awful
by
Reviewed Fri 9th of September 2016

"This was the most awful hotel I have ever stayed in. I had booked this hotel through travel republic 3 months earlier, I had requested a Non smoking room. We arrived in the evening to be given a smoking room for 3 (there was 4 of us). The hotel stated that it had A/C and WiFi. There was neither!! It was 37 degrees outside so you can imagine how hot it was. The bed covers were dirty, the room was dated. The fridge was overheating and leaking water. The next day our room was changed to one with 2 double beds and non smoking. However there was still no WiFi and No A/C!! The all inclusive meals were awful with limited choice. There was no kids menu at all! We were staying for 7 days and day 2 my husband got excruciating tummy pain after eating some lamb from the buffet. He was severely vomiting!! The hotel staff do not have any authority. The bed covers were not changed throughout our stay, The floors were not cleaned. One day there were no towels, bins were not emptied & the glasses not removed from the room. The pool was dirty (green in color). the area around the pool was not cleaned, dirty nappies, empty plates, half drunk drinks every where. The all inclusive deal said snacks for kids....there were none at all!! This was our first visit to morocco and we will not be visiting again due to the experience we had in this awful hotel! Everyone who stayed at this hotel was complaining about the same issues, but still the hotel did nothing!"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Sat 3rd of September 2016

Rating breakdown

  • 3 Location
  • 3 Beach
  • 1 Room
  • 1 Pool
  • 1 Service
  • 1 Value
  • 1 Food
  • 1 Cleanliness

Lovely friendly Hotel and Staff

5
Brilliant
by
Reviewed Fri 17th of June 2016

"Having stayed at the Most Terrible hotel EVER Les Omayades hotel, !! ( the Worst place on Earth!!), Unfortunately it is in the Most Beautiful resort of Agidir . We were very sceptical about going back to Agadir, we decided to try this Fantastic, Wonderful Hotel !! I can only say Absolutely everything was PERFECT! Clean, Friendly, Good Food, Entertainment Great ! and PERFECT Location ! I can HONESTLY say WE Have Found Our Forever Hotel !! We cannot wait to go back !!!"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Thu 16th of June 2016

Rating breakdown

  • 5 Location
  • 5 Beach
  • 5 Room
  • 5 Pool
  • 5 Service
  • 5 Value
  • 5 Food
  • 5 Cleanliness

Beach Albatros booked through icelolly.com and imperial travel

4
Good
by
Reviewed Wed 15th of October 2014

"Just returned from a very relaxing 9 days in Agadir. I have been before but never stayed at the beach albatross. I normally stay at the Caribbean village but when I called imperial travel they advised me that they were getting better reports from the beach albatross and I followed their advice. I am so glad I did. this hotel is very well located - if you know Agadir this hotel is right in the middle of the promenade virtually on the beach. the food was great particularly the lunch BBQ's. the service and cleanliness was also fantastic. Got a great deal from imperial travel, in fact paid less than I was expecting to pay for the Caribbean village. Planning to return in Feb and will definitely be going back to the beach albatross."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Sun 28th of September 2014

Rating breakdown

  • 5 Location
  • 5 Beach
  • 5 Room
  • 5 Pool
  • 5 Service
  • 5 Value
  • 5 Food
  • 4 Cleanliness

Ecolodge Adventures and Beach Albatros are excellent

5
Brilliant
by
Reviewed Fri 8th of August 2014

"My husband and i booked for 2 weeks on Beach Albatros hotel , the location of the hotel was really amazing , the stuff very helpful , the room was very clean and beautiful one , the prices were great .

otherwise we booked some activities with Ecolodge Adventures , visiting Tarudant city and Essaouira and we also booked for a boat trip and a camel ride which was amazing .

Thank you for the amazing holiday.

Recommended "

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Fri 8th of August 2014

Rating breakdown

  • 5 Location
  • 5 Beach
  • 5 Room
  • 5 Pool
  • 5 Service
  • 5 Value
  • 4 Food
  • 5 Cleanliness

Flies, Cats, Terrible Food

1
Awful
by
Reviewed Sat 1st of December 2012

"Ok so i never write reviews but i have to for this one. Whilst the staff are extremely friendly i would have to say the hygene level (for my standars) epecially when it came to food was terrible, i point out the following{

Good Points:
1. Friendly and attentive staff albeit they said the same thing to everyone one "is good..."
2. My spa lady "khadija" gave my husband and i a wonderful hamman and massage.
3. Our cleaner very friendly
4. Our drivers Omar and Hassan

Negatives:

1. food was very repititve all week, not inventive or creative we went all inclusive as my husband eats a lot, but we ending up after the 2nd day eating at the McDonalds and Pizza for the rest of the stay and also met other guests over their getting thier meails
2. I am a vegetarian limited choice of food, only rice and stuffed peppers EVERY DAY.
3. Breakfast was the same everyday, Japati, eggs every day.
4. Fruit was rotten dont eat..
5. Cakes, etc uncovered so flies all over the food, when i pointed this out to a member of staff that the cream deseerts which are the same every damn day, had flies over it he came over and shuued them away and said IS GOOD i said no...
6. Milk was always going off and lump, it would seem that they do not have the capacity to keep the milk cold and fresh so by midday it was off, i told a member of staff who promptly topped it up with fresh milk to thin it out and say to me IS GOOD... i said it need replacing..another lady also complained.
7. My husband told them it was my birthday and wanted something complimentary in the room, they told him they would not remember and asked me to directly (surprise let out of bag) to come down and remind them, to which he or i did not.
8. Cats everywhere and guests are constantly feeding them as they sit on your table,
9. The hotel standards are a 3.5 out of 10 the decoration was poor quaulit and workmanship, they just put pretty ornaments to cover up the shoddy workmanship, towels were cleaned everyday but still had sstains on them, we ended up buy our own towels.
10. now if you just want to relax by the pool all day and drink the same cheap drinks each day and read a book then the hotel is perfect
11. Nothing to do around here they have a promenade which is so dirty you cannot lie down on it... beggoars do pester you but this is to be expected. 4 restuarants on the promenant serving italian and same food, nothing to do as agadir is small and very dirty, there is Noddy train that takes you around, but dont waste your money as there is no commentary guide with this and no one tells you anything that you are seeing lassts for 25mins and you just see hotels and all the dirty streets.
12. we went of the beaten track to try and get a real sense of the place so walked to the marina (nothing here) other that 4 boats and a dirty run down place with one posh shop which is very strange everywhere else is boarded up etc...
13. Our walk took us to various shops that were overpriced in an area that is very run down and streets so dirty, they see you coming as tourist.
14. we ended up getting an orange taxi to the hyper market.
15. Went to Marakkech for the day after buying a sandwich inthe supermarkeet and was ill all day with vomitting and diarraeh, also Marakech is extremely dirty and the attractions are little to nonne if you want to visit the souks then thats fine but so so so dirty, Jardine was not a garden other than full of cactus.

in short would i go back again, no - as the money coming in given to the many hotels being built to keep the tourist inside by building all inclusive places with everything you need to do inside and not outside so the money has not been spent in building or invested in the place, the locals earn a little wage which is to support their families by the tourists and of course is not spent on putting into the infrastructe.

we did visit our drivers house Hassan which was a 4x3 which he lieves with his sisters, mum and dad and brothers and the money he makes is very little we did give him some english pounds which were equivalent of what he would earn in a month, which he refused but we gladly gave, as this would have been just a meal to us in one night.

i found out more about the real Marakech by spending time with the locals and not giving my money to the Holiday Reps which do not give a true reflection.

Sadly the previous king of the country died but did not spend the money well and kept it for himself of what was coming in fromthe tourists, now his sone is trying to make a change and has started to put in good infrastructure and a new more commencing in the North, as my good girlfriend who is from Marakech has informed me, this is good news but a slow process before it gets to the south of agadir and marakech before any real change is seen.

Until these people are treated fairly i will not be going back, i do not blame the morocconas as they know no different and cannot survive and look after their country if the government is not spending it wisely, you will also see a lot of Africans these are rich children sent fform tom their countries ie congo senegal to study in morocco becuase of the polictical issues they are from rich families so will study for 3-4yrs get their education and en route to work in varios european countries this is seen as an easy route out of their country as morocco is part of Africa this was very intresting to see and meet and talk to these young people.

i would say if you are not interested in a country and just want to do the toursit thing and be blind sighted of things and not know the REAL morroco then thats fine, you will have an ok time... but to know a people you must meet the people... My All"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Sat 1st of December 2012

Rating breakdown

  • 1 Location
  • 1 Beach
  • 2 Room
  • 3 Pool
  • 4 Service
  • 2 Value
  • 1 Food
  • 1 Cleanliness

Good Value & Near The Beach - Take it for what it is!

4
Good
by
Reviewed Sun 23rd of December 2012

"We stayed a week at the Royal Mirage Agadir during November, we were rather on a budget and had managed to get cheap Ryanair flights from Stansted to Agadir so researched which hotels to stay in.

Although the reviews were very mixed on this hotel they seemed to be the same mixed bag for pretty much every hotel in Agadir, plus on previous trips we have realised that quite often a place can have terrible reviews on here but be absolutely fine for what we need (i.e. somewhere clean to sleep and thats about it!). By booking via hotels.com we bagged a week quite cheaply and were pretty pleased (and braced for what could go wrong!).

On arrival at the hotel, therefore, we were actually incredibly pleased and relieved. We had asked on the request section of the booking for a sea view room and were allocated a room on the 4th floor with a wonderful view of the sweeping bay of Agadir. The room had a large balcony and we made the most of our view on the holiday, utilising the balcony a lot during the day.

The room was absolutely fine. Clean and tidy with nice furniture and a great bathroom. Very spacious and with twin beds which were comfy, a large wardrobe space which was mirrored and contained hanging space and shelves. There was also plenty of drawer space under the TV cabinet. The bathroom had a great shower and a very useful washing line for drying clothes.

Now there are a few things which picky people could moan about which were as follows ; some of the tiles in the bathroom were cracked and under the sink was a bit scruffy (really - who cares what under the sink is like!?), the fridge was incredibly ineffective and kicked out an awful lot of heat, it took on average an entire day to chill a bottle of water to marginally cooler than room temperature, the curtains were not particularly secure on their rails - but they did work.

None of the above bothered us, the weather was perfect and we were on holiday so not inclined to get wound up about such incidentals. There were however 2 things which did get our goat, one only slightly and one to a much greater extent. The minor quibble was that you had to pay on a daily rate for the safe in the hotel room. It is a digital safe but you need a key card from reception to use it, for a week it cost around £15. Like everything in Agadir this seemed expensive and non-conducive to a budget holiday.

The major quibble was with noise.

Every night we would drop off to sleep quite happily and all would be quiet until about 1.30-2am when suddenly all hell would break loose in the room directly over ours. Loud music, drumming on the furniture, women evidently clacking about on the tiled floor in stilettos, shouting and so on, literally until about 7am when it would suddenly go quiet again. We complained to reception but it did little to stop the noise. We had to resort to sleeping in ear plugs.

You may wonder why we didnt bother changing rooms - well speaking to other guests (and we were rather thin on the ground) it seemed that regardless of where you were in the hotel the noise problem was pretty much the same. It seemed that the upper floors are let out to wealthy young arabs who frequent the casino next door and then bring some, ahem, unsavoury women shall we say, back with them to party until the morning.

These clients seem to represent a lot of money to the hotel so a blind eye is turned. Many a time as we were going down to breakfast we would see room service trolleys with plenty of wine heading up to the top floors and, given the prices charged for alcohol in this place and the attitude to drinking it, that was something unusual in itself.

We had read so many awful reviews of the food that we didnt bother eating in the hotel other than for the buffet breakfast which was included in our room rate. To be fair though I do not go on holiday to eat in the hotel I am staying every night and even if the reviews had been great of the food I doubt we would have eaten there more than once. There are plenty of good restaurants down on the sea front where the food is good (although its as expensive if not more than the UK).

Breakfast was a somewhat strange affair but it has to be said that the food was ok. There were only a handful of (non-nocturnal) guests staying and so most mornings the huge dining room was an eerie, quiet place with less than 10 people in it. One morning we went late and it was literally just us.

Despite the lack of guests there was always something that had run out of on the buffet, milk, cutlery, bread - sometimes all three. But the staff would make a fuss of finding things for you and we always asked for fresh pancakes which they bought us from the kitchen freshly cooked and which were actually very tasty. They could win an award for the world's least effective toaster, one morning in a fit of determination I put my bread through 5 times but it still did not resemble toast one bit.

The pool area is big and clean although the sunbeds are virtually impossible to get comfortable on as they have no mattress, just a canvas covering of the hard plastic. The staff will run around getting you umbrellas and towels and so on, again they seemed incredibly bored with the lack of guests and often we were the only people by the pool. The water was incredibly cold in the pool but it was clean.

Front desk staff were quite cold and distant but did the job. On our last day they arranged a taxi for us to the airport and it did turn up on time etc so we were quite pleased with that.

Overall this is a great value hotel - if only it wasnt for the noise. In terms of the standard of the rooms and the cleanliness of the hotel overall, as well as its excellent location one road back from the beach and central to all the shops and bars, we felt it was cheap and quite good. Just make sure you pack earplugs if you want to get any sleep!"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Wed 25th of November 2009

Be aware of shortcomings... but if you can accept these, a good Hotel

3
Average
by
Reviewed Sun 23rd of December 2012

"Hotel has fantastic potential and "could" be four star, currently is it not because of poor management. The food is appalling - often luke warm, poor choices and indifferent staff. The Restaurant was dirty with curtains falling down but was improved after we spoke with the management.

The bar is expensive - £9 for a beer and a water. £3.50 - £4.00 small bottle of water. Would not recommend.

Rooms are basic but overall clean and beds are fine. Good balcony area. However, maintenance is very very poor with curtains hanging down, doors that do not fit and generally a bit unkempt.

Pool is exceptionally big and clean but water very very cold and poolside loungers are old and very uncomfortable.

There is absolutely no information in the hotel for tourists.. nothing in the room and the staff do not engage with you with regard to local opportunities or sights.

We used a local tour company which was cheaper than the agents are offering by about 50% and they were excellent.

Do not rely on your taxi to arrive to take you to the airport - check hours before to ensure that they are coming.... unreliable !

Safe will cost you £2.50 day.

The Hotel does not change money you have to walk about half a mile to the bureau de change.

You cannot spend your remaining currency in the duty free shop at the airport they want Euros/Cards. Use up before going to the airport.

Drinks/crisps at airport horrendous - packet crisps + orange juice £9.00 ! Get these before you leave Agadir.

Plus side : Royal Mirage very near beach just across the road. Restaurants sea front lovely and good food lots of choice and about the same price as UK. The beach is fabulous and weather excellent only 30 days a year of rain. Currently redeveloping the sea front and will be fantastic when completed - suspect before Christmas. Really nice floodlit area right down to the sea. Would recommend.

Airport - leave PLENTY of time for your flight - takes ages to clear customs and security - all written in quill pens I am sure ! and no where to sit...."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Mon 23rd of November 2009

starving in agadir

2
Poor
by
Reviewed Mon 24th of December 2012

"royal mirage is nice hotel, clean but the food was drastic. i eat anything but cold food!! no. the choice was abysmal. i had to ask for fruit and yoghurt. chicken and fish every day.other people who were vegetarians only got salad until complaining. the hotel is owned buy an arab which seems to select the clientel for preferential treatment. english! they can eat salads!also- there were a few women of the night arriving mid nite and being let in by keys so beware."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Fri 16th of October 2009

Travel Republic made our holiday a disappointment.

1
Awful
by
Reviewed Fri 19th of October 2012

"I had booked my holiday back in January 2009 for one week in Agadir in September and at the time I had booked the Sofitel Hotel in Agadir, which is a 5 star hotel, the booking was confirmed and the holiday paied. Two weeks before departing for our holiday Travel Republic contacted us and told us they made a mistake and we where not able to stay at the Sofitel Hotel and offer us a 4 star Hotel the Royal Mirage. By then we had no time to argue so we took the offer hoping we would have a nice holiday. Well the Hotel was certainly not 5 or 4 star, but more like a 3 star. The breakfast was not up to standard, the Hotel looked very tired and rundown it needed a lot of attention, during our stay the hotel must have dad around 5 guests including us. So you can immagine the disappointment. I find Travel Republic Holiday very unprofessional and they obviously don't know what they are doing……."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Tue 15th of September 2009

No problems for me anyway

5
Brilliant
by
Reviewed Mon 24th of December 2012

"On my arrival at the Royal Mirage Hotel late one evening I was greeted with two glasses of mint tea and Moroccan biscuits which gave the front of desk staff sufficient time to complete all necessary paperwork for my check-in.
The Royal Mirage is listed as a 5 star hotel and is located in the Secteur Touristique on Avenue Mohammed V and also has a rear entrance leading onto Boulevard du 20 Aout from where it is easy to reach the beach by crossing one road and to restaurants nearby.
The lobby area is splendid with plush furniture and has access to the bar with karaoke singer, a large restaurant which is smartly decorated and has access to the pool area.
Constructed in the 1960’s, this was the first tourist hotel in Agadir although originally it was called the Sheraton and later the Atlas. There are six floors to this building with one side having a sea view (south facing) and the other a sea and Kasbah view (north facing).
Adjacent to the hotel is Shems Casino, a detached building, where little activity took place; slot machines rule here and the Black Jack, Roulette and other tables were closed, a shame as I was looking forward to dressing up for the occasion.
My room was on the 5th floor facing the Kasbah, an impressive sight which is illuminated from 8pm onwards and the top of which can be reached by taxi for 80Dh to give magnificent panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and of Agadir.
Although there was a noisy compressor just above ground level which made an annoying rumble through the night, this did not affect my sleep.
The room was nothing special and rather cluttered with writing desk and chair and an additional table with two chairs plus an LCD TV (only CNN in English) and air conditioning with heating if required. The wardrobe housed a safe, for which a daily payment is required of 20Dh, and had enough space for hanging clothes.
The bed was actually two doubles placed together but what annoys me is how bed sheets are placed across the bed rather than lengthways so there are then two overlapping sheets to get tangled up in – this was the most irritating thing about the room.
The bathroom had hairdryer, a short fixed shower head operated by mixer taps (the type you cannot adjust and get sprayed in either scalding or cold water when trying to adjust the taps), a bidet and the usual tiny bottles of shower gel and shampoo with no shortage of towels. A line to place your laundry on can be run the length of the bath.
The balcony was very spacious with table and two chairs and the views were impressive from here. The two roads on either side of the hotel were highly visible and very noisy when sitting on the balcony. Room rates are reflected in the fact you have a sea view from many rooms.
Within the grounds is a tennis court overgrown with weeds and a detached villa for the sole use of the Prince of Saudi Arabia, an outdoor pool bar, conference centre and bungalows. I was unimpressed by the latter as they had no decent views other than of the road with little visibility of the beach. The Junior Suites within the hotel were plain and ordinary and lacked any inspiration for the asking rate of 3000Dh per night.
The hotel has no ATM as claimed in their website and I was wrongly directed to Shems Casino by desk staff where on entering the casino I was shown the slot machines!
I know this was the low season but for a hotel to have so few guests was eerie; I was told there were only ten guests in the hotel (or 8 rooms out of 180 being occupied). Breakfast was a solemn affair which was reflected in the choice of fare on offer - one type one cereal, tea, coffee, orange juice, figs, grilled tomatoes, boiled eggs, pancakes, bread rolls, croissant and a few extras like ham and cheese slices which had dried up since being put out at 6am. The toaster, a conveyor type, failed to toast bread even after putting back the slice three times. I felt deep sympathy for the restaurant staff and felt they really did want to go that extra bit to help by offering to make fresh omelette, and for the general staff who were being sent home for three weeks as there was little for them to do.
Other facilities in the hotel are a gift shop, hair salon, laundry service (e.g.40Dh for shirt!) and dry cleaning, room service, car rental booking, gym, swimming pool which is a good size and also a separate splash pool for children.
The Royal Mirage has long since lost its 5 star rating but certainly deserves a 4 star rating if only for the cleanliness and helpful staff.

A movie clip of the room has been posted in my profile."

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Thu 7th of May 2009

total waste of money

1
Awful
by
Reviewed Mon 12th of November 2012

"we stayed here because everywhere else was full. it was fine; if a little bit of a dilapidated princess but shockingly shockingly overpriced. the cost of this room would buy you a good room in any of the big expensive european cities with probably better facilities. i tried using the few pieces of equipment in the gym which werent visibly broken - one collapsed underneath me and when i stupidly went back for a second go on a different machine the footpiece creaked and then shot off...

incredibly for the price breakfast was not included

if they quartered the price i would say it was fine but if you have a choice i would definitely go for the much better value odyssey hotel next door instead"

Holiday details

  • Travel date: Mon 18th of August 2008

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