Stayed at this resort for two weeks in March of this year. Now for the review.
Nice gardens (well maintained).
Most of the staff were good.
Wife had a massage (fantastic)
Hotel requires a complete up grade...続きを読む
We had our reservation (no cancelation option) from the 26th till 30th... Unfortunately we had and accident in Trinidad, where we stayed before going to Cayo Guillermo and had to delay our check in one day. The staff was informed about our delay as my...続きを読む
Our second stay here and brought extremely fussy family with us for their first experience. Firstly, we preferred the beach and pier as it was the year before but still paradise.
As for the hotel, ok it's not all marble and luxury but has the...続きを読む
Ok i am a simple person. The only thing i ask on vacation is a NIce SANDY beach and clear water to swim(not the pool).EVERYTHING I WRITE HERE IS MY PERSONAL OPINION...I will be happy to answer any questions you may have...in french or english.....続きを読む
This was a lovely hotel and the beach is just superb. The food was good you wont go hungry although a little repetitive. The only thing that will stop me coming back is the lack of coca cola diet coke, the Cuban one is very...続きを読む
How is the wifi at the hotel ? Is it for purchase or included? Available in lobby or rooms? Thankyou
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Internet cards can be purchased for 1.50 CUC's at the reception desk. It's good for 1 hour. If you need help loading it the reception employees are really helpful. You use it in the lobby area. We found it fine.
Is there much shade on beach if no ..... then y not
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There isn't much on the beach, a few wooden covered open ended gazebos, and some palm trees along the edge of the beach, where the vegetation starts. If you are facing the beach, we sat on the right, of the right boardwalk... 続きを読む
There isn't much on the beach, a few wooden covered open ended gazebos, and some palm trees along the edge of the beach, where the vegetation starts. If you are facing the beach, we sat on the right, of the right boardwalk, before you actually arrived at the beach proper. There are four wooden huts, on that side, we sat below them, a wee to the left. There are several large palm trees, which gave us shade, moved our loungers as the sun became higher in the sky. It wasn't crowded, perhaps a dozen couples at the most on one given day. The sun was hot, we did get tans, but mainly from walking on the beach. The sun wasn't as hot though as in Mexico or Dominican Republic, because they are further sun. The hottest sun we have encountered was in Roatan Honduras, as it is close to the equator, but it felt wonderful! If you are going to Playa Pilar, the same type of wooden gazebos are there too, we only saw umbrellas by the pool at the resort. We also packed baby wipes, as they tend to come in handy, sometimes in the lobby water closets, the toilet tissue was scarce, the maid that cleans them would be waiting for more to come, so she handed it out. At Playa Pilar, there was none in the ladies, a women was selling between the two washrooms. I know that wasn't your question, so hope my answer was what you required along with this other information! Enjoy your vacation!