A studio apartment
Posted Nov 1, 2015
I stayed in a studio apartment which is over 2 levels - there is an gallery like mezzanine level with the bedroom and the bathroom. Downstairs has a sitting are, kitchenette and a balcony. Cleaning takes place roughly every other day but be warned if you like to sleep in after 9am you might get an early wake-up (it depends on the individual chambermaid, some are later but you just don't know who you will get. Kitchen has kettle, toaster, hob, oven, pots, pans crockery and cutlery for several people. The lounge has a 'leather' sofa (which might be a sofa bed) and large TV. Balcony has table and chairs but looks out on a large open space that will eventually by built upon (it has been like this for many years). The bed is OK, not particularly comfortable. Bath, overhead shower and the window by the toilet looks out onto the pool area.
If you have mobility problems this will not be for you - there are steps, more steps and obviously the stairs to the upper level of the apartment.
It has a dining area (not used by me) and a separate pool bar. The facilities of its sister complex next door are available.
this is bit more expensive than the Apartamentos next door and to be honest I not sure the differential is really worth it. I have stayed in Apartamentos many times and, personally, prefer that.
The major selling point of Nazaret, either complex, is its relative cheapness and close proximity to the beach, bars and restaurants.
Enjoy - I do.