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The hotel was ok, nicely greeted, dining room attendant could probably try to smile but there were a few who were exceptionally wonderful who made up for the not so nice ones. The bartender, Bert, was definitely racial, would smile with the whites and the...More
This 3 star hotel sits on a public beach with beautiful views and in the nesting season turtles come up the beach to lay their eggs.
Some of the hotel and rooms have been renovated but our room looked tired and dated.
The room was...More
Worst resort ever! Firstly, the staff were unaware of my reservation because their head office did not update the system. Good thing i printed my booking and showed the staff. Rooms were dirty....no elevators and rooms were very far away from the restaurant. Also, the...More
We have just spent 8 days here. We had a comfortable first floor room that was large airy and with air-conditioning. The staff are friendly and helpful with the beach right in front of the hotel and a pool bat and restaurant overlooking the sea...More
Room was spacious, wifi service kept dropping and was only fully functional in lobby, turtle watching experience was priceless, the early morning fishermen setting up there nets to catch fish was enjoyable. Bar service was awesome
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The beach is 1 mile long between Blackrock and Plymouth and is a very quiet. The only rocks you will find are at the end of the beach at Blackrock. The beach has a steep profile in 50% of its length which attracts the... More
The beach is 1 mile long between Blackrock and Plymouth and is a very quiet. The only rocks you will find are at the end of the beach at Blackrock. The beach has a steep profile in 50% of its length which attracts the turtles to lay their eggs safely above the sea level. Turtle Beach (Great Courland Bay) is not known for its snorkelling but most times of the year would be in my opinion a very safe beach for swimming. There are a few beach vendors on the beach but a polite ‘no thanks’ always works. We choose to stay nearer reception in our recent trips but over the years have stayed in all sections of the hotel and all are quiet. Heading out there next week and happy to answer any questions you may have.