3 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
The place is right out of the 70's, all ...
"The place is right out of the 70's, all marble (effect) tiles so it is very! noisey. when we got there we did find the place very clean and the reception staff helpfull. The main problem is the noise, the walls must be paper thin as almost everything from adjacent rooms could be heard not to mention ladies wearing high heels. Also none of the glass in the doors seems to fit, as every time a dor is shut the glass reverberates. Other little things are anoying such as on our corridor out room was the first one and our door buzzer was pressed by every new family on arrival, mistaking it for the corridor light switch, the corridooor lights are on a timer so they go off after a short time and must be switched back on. Took us nearly a week to find the switch. They advertise Sat Tv, well on the 14" portable most channels were un-watchable. The pool roof top pool is tiny, does look much bigger in the pictures. Back to the noise, the roads outside the apartments are very busy until well into the night and it starts early again in the morning, so if you are a light sleeper don't expect much sleep here. "
- Travel date: 29th September 2008
Basic rooms. Clean, tidy, can be a bit n...
"Basic rooms. Clean, tidy, can be a bit noisy on the main road. Sarah the English receptionist deserves a saint hood. Sarah is always happy to help even with ideas for days out including local travel times and routes. If you are looking for a nice place to eat out try the atlas restaurant just down the road towards the town centre, its very clean, very good prices, excellent food and staff. For a good night out can recommend the queen Vic in the town centre, happy hour most nights til 10.00. The local shops are good for bargains but be careful and be prepared to barter."
- Travel date: 2nd June 2006
What a great holiday, basic accomadation...
"What a great holiday, basic accomadation, large fridge freezer, cooker (with oven) clean rooms, very spacious. on the main road to Lloret centre, a little noisy. The staff are fantastic very friendly, especially Sarah the English girl on reception. we told Sarah we were thinking of visiting the Nue camp stadium in Barcelona. She gave us the bus/train times where to get on where to get off, how to get to the stadium, and even lent us a map. There is an large Tesco like supermarket beneath the apartments with buy one get one free offers on all the time. A 12 pack of San Migeul lager 3.69 euros (0.22p per bottle) The town centre is a ten minute walk away although the L2 circular bus stops right out side the apartments every fifteen minutes and takes you straight to the front. It cost 0.90 cents (0.64p) no matter where you get on or off. The water park is enormous, the biggest in Europe and the free bus stops at the L2 bus stop, 22 euros(Â£15.71)for a day pass. Night life is fantastic, two for one everywhere, lots of bars to choose from. Recommend the Mexican restaurant on the front food is wonderful and they sell lager by the yard. Also recommend orient express restaurant. "
- Travel date: 31st August 2005
Apartaments Condado is also called
- condado lloret de mar