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The apartments are fine, but far too hot in the summer. Booked what was labelled as air con room on website but only half have air con and is charged per night in addition to day rate with is over £100 a night. Fans also...More
I just arrived from a week trip staying in these apartments. We came in 4 and needed a big apartment with 2 rooms, 4 beds. Although we came late at night, a message and keys were marked so we had no problems. Location is very...More
We stayed 3 weeks. The main lady on reception is super nice , very chilled out and helpful but not intrusive. The apartment was well equipped with everything you could need. The shower was one of the best very powerful and invigorating. Beds very comfy...More
I normally do not write negative reviews but I simply have to pint out a few things, such as the extremely cold rooms without any chance to regulate the temperature. 10-12 degrees in the evenings and at night, I had to cover me in several...More
Booked this apartment at the last minute after losing a holiday booking with Lowcost Holidays. Having read some of the reviews we were slightly concerned, but we should not have worried. We were allocated room 101 (even more worrying given the TV programme!), and were...More
US$ 78 - US$ 292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Going by exoerience, our flight was about 7 and we got there for about 12. Even though we notified them, they locked up. Once they came to open up, they basically said they misunderstood and we had to pay for an extra... More
Going by exoerience, our flight was about 7 and we got there for about 12. Even though we notified them, they locked up. Once they came to open up, they basically said they misunderstood and we had to pay for an extra night.
Contact them to ask them for the details and triple check everything they tell you. Also, if you can, bring someone along who speaks Spanish well, that will prove to be invaluable.
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"Ask for a radiator or any other heating device if you do not want to freeze your nose off"