Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.4 Room cleanliness
2.0 Service & staff
2.1 Room comfort
2.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by nicole from county durham
Honest review, please read.Posted Apr 16, 2014
Where to start. Hotel staff could hardly speak English and were very reluctant to help. No explanations of rules of hotel ie key drop off and breakfast/meal times. Very unhelpful. Especially when they have your belongings and won't give them to you, but by being percistant I eventually got my camera back. All food very bland, so don't go all inc. really not worth it when you can go out on sea front, nice meal for two for only €20. Hotel looks great on the photos but in reality it's unbelievably dated and run down. In the centre of all the nightlife (some would not like this as very noisey until 3am ish every morning). The only half decent bit was that it was Somewhere to sleep... If you do not move during sleep as The beds (all 3 in room) kept falling apart during the night. In done the job for us for 3nights sleep but will never stay again.
for Everyoneby Keith from Colchester,UK
adequate for our needs ,5 nights.Posted Feb 19, 2014
Location: very close to town and beach ( all walking distance)
breakfasts were good, didn't have any other meals in hotel.
for Everyoneby Tina from Sothport, England
Nice family hotel with a great atmosphere.Posted Sep 2, 2013
Pros: It was a great hotel that suited our needs.
Cons: For the people in the building next door to the hotel not to be so noisy when they get drunk!!!!
Location: Near to town centre, water park and beach. Great location.
Enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The staff were really helpful with our enquires. The food was good. The whole place is really clean.
by A verified traveler from Dublin
Don Juan - not recomendedPosted Jul 18, 2010 on Hotels.com
Too crowded and too noisy both hotel and city, you can’t rest. Young people in hotel shouting during night (we changed our room but after two days got again bad neighbours). Some of hotels employs are very rude. Not recommended unless you like it.
by A verified traveler from Swansea,s Wales
The "Pits of Lloret"Posted May 26, 2010 on Hotels.com
Yes I'm afraid this hotel is "The Pits" - although to be fair we had been forewarned it was just that one of our party, who's 50th birthday we were celebrating, fancied a trip down memory laneand re-visit this hotel he previously stayed in 20 years previous. I'm afraid the hotel is still stuck in the '80's and had nothing whatsoever going for it the exception being the polite and helpfull staff. It is in desperate need of a complete overall and the sooner the better. It has 6 floors but the lift only goes to the 5th, so the old and infirmed are in a spot of bother straight away. Our room was tidy although one of the blankets had a great big cigarette burn hole in it and there were numerous cigarette butts on the verandah but at least the shower worked perfectly!. During our stay I think we were the only English speaking guests at the hotel so obviously they know were to stay clear of.
by A verified traveler from Germany
HorriblePosted Jul 2, 2009
This was the worst hotel stay I have ever had. I checked the reviews and thought that it can not be that bad but they were right. In fact they were worse. I went to complain about all of the ants that was in my room and I was ignored, so I decided to check out. Well, when I finally got service I told them I wanted to check out early and she snatched my room key out of my hand and threw it on the counter. I told her that was very rude and I need to speak to a manager. Of course they said they did not have one on site and I told them they need to call one. I sat down to wait and they called security on me. They called security because I asked to speak to a manager. He was no help he just said that they were really busy. I just left the disgusting hotel. Please do not stay.
by A verified traveler from Germany
Not ImpressedPosted Sep 26, 2007
The location of the hotel is great. But besides that... The room they wanted to give us (two females) was on the ground floor. The "patio" was level with an alley. It was also at the end of the hallway and the emergency door was propped open to the hallway. Felt very unsafe. Asked for another room. We had to wait two hours and finally got a different one. The food was awful, but I guess that is Spanish food in general.