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Our second stay at this lovely hotel. We booked half board, The food was really good a wide variety of choice for breakfast and also dinner. The room we were allocated on arrival didn't meet our requirements and there was no problem changing it to a better positioned one. The hotel is very close ...
I was glad that this area was quiet and very 'Spanish'. Hotel was lovely -geclean, quiet and good that one could get meals in the evening. Lots of lovely music and family activity during the fiesta- on the beach front. Fantastic local bus service using the 'bono card'. Very helpful staff at Laguna, ...
Great hotel clean nice staff .only set back pool in shade for good part of morning and very hard to get bed people put towels out and go off all day.even thought its hotel policy not to allow this happen.
We really enjoyed our stay at Sandos. It was our first trip with our baby who was 8 months old at the time of going (mid-June). The hotel provided an actual cot in the room (rather than an uncomfortable travel cot!) and everything was easily accessible for people with a buggy either via lifts, ramps ...
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