Hotel for local people
Posted Apr 11, 2011 on Hotels
There were mostly local Arab people living in the hotel. The hotel wanted money for everything in the hotel, even the fitness room, where the only thing that wasn't broken was a exercise bike. The hotel description on the Internet was not true, I asked for a hairdryer but they did not have it. I asked for a stove or a micro because I paid for a studio with a kitchen. I got a kitchenette I. E. two stove plates and everytime I tried to connect it, the fuse blew. The fluoresent lamp in the living room were constantly blinking and when I asked them to fix it, but they just took it away. The same had happened in the bed room, so there were no light in the ceiling. The Wi-Fi in the wi fi area close to the reception was barely working and the indoor pool costed money to use, the same with the sauna. They had a transport service to and from the beach that costed money, of course. The thing was, that they did not come and get you at the promised time or at all. I know it sounds negative, but it was a bad hotel.
Well, something good as well.
The pool area was clean and working. There were constantly around 15-20 local kids there, so it was quite noisy. The maid came everyday and did a good job. There was a Hyper market (Marjane) around 20 min away with fresh food to reasonable prices. There were a little shop at the hotel as well, but the prices were around 400% more expensive.