Nice hotel, a warm welcome. The room was mediocre but i don't mind that much. Friendly staff and very enthousiastic animation crew. The drinks at the bar weren't that good, all watered down. The evening animation was real good. This is a hotel that's maybe not worth 4 stars, but 3.
The rooms look filthy and old fashioned. Definitely not a 4 star hotel!! My kids were bored out of their minds and had to entertain themselves by tearing the place up, including the kids from the next room. No fresh bread in the restaurant, we had to pay extra for fresh orange juice and even for coffee, even though the sign said all inclusive! You have to pay for alot of alcoholic drinks and there's no real coffee, just instant coffee from a machine and the only time you get it is at breakfast. What they call orange juice, or any other tropical juice for that matter, is just resolvable powder from the machine which isn't even available the whole day. What they call snacks isn't much more than heated up pieces of old pizza and real coffee costs 2 euros, which is even more expensive than in the Netherlands. There wasn't even a selection of fresh fruit avaliable, despite the fact it's supposed to be all inclusive.
Some of the hot food at night is cold (or tepid). There aren't enough people working behind the bar in the pool especially after 17.00. There can be quite a queue there at times. I found it strange that you had to walk to the main road near the hotel for organised tours as the hotel has a large parking place (the road is a ten minute walk). The hotel has very little information on the surrounding area (shortest route into town, the nearest cash machine etc). The staff are extremely helpful and friendly. It's a shame there isn't a bus into Rhodes in the evenings or at night. The hostess recommended Rhodes at night. The last bus going to Rhodes leaves at 15.00 in the afternoon.