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We had a 1 bedroom bungalow which was very shabby and tired, did not like the twin beds but hotel had no double beds. food was edible although the same every night.
The all inclusive bit was a bit understated as it was 8 to...More
Hotel is nice but not high quality.
We had a one bedroom bungalow which was nice. Downstairs Tv Area with kitchenette. Upstairs twin beds and separate bathroom. All water from taps and shower is salty. No air conditioning in our bungalow.
This is a hotel...More
A couple of years after the 'crash' you could buy all inclusive in the Canaries for half the price it costs today, but even though the revenue is so much better some hotel owners prefer to take the money, without any consideration towards reinvestment in...More
20 years ago it would have been a great holiday and we would have loved the bungalows, today it has not been like that, on the outside very nice, inside very old, very old furniture, insufficient cleaning and the worst food. I do not recommend...More
Never mind humans I wouldn’t let stray animals stay here filthy!!! Salty shower, rude staff, blood on washing line, toilet didn’t flush,fag burns in bedding, food made us ill,telly doesn’t work, feild of mud as soon as u walk out the room, dirty cutlery and...More
US$77 - US$182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#14 Top resorts Hotel in Maspalomas
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Response from chickenlikkin | Reviewed this property |
It's luck of the draw what room you get. 238 or any in the 200s are good, terrace downstairs huge balcony upstairs with sun loungers. Table and chairs. I would email reception and request one of these rooms . Plus on that... More
It's luck of the draw what room you get. 238 or any in the 200s are good, terrace downstairs huge balcony upstairs with sun loungers. Table and chairs. I would email reception and request one of these rooms . Plus on that side sun all day. I ha been twice in January , great weather but colder at night.