How many loungers are there around the pool ? I see the hotel has 141 rooms and am somewhat concerned from the pictures as to whether there are enough to go around. If there are not enough are there any alternatives in place, such as using nearby pools ?
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In our hotel there is no loungers at the poolside, but we use sun decks for relaxing which you can enjoy the snack or drink from our poolside bar. We also have tables and chairs around pool. I is enough for our guest. Plus we have two pools can be alternative when one is full. Please do not hesitate to ask more questions if you are not clear. Thank you.
You are dead on correct. There are not enough loungers, but there is hardly room for more. I think there was perhaps a dozen loungers and several small round tables with chairs. We had pizza and drinks at the pool and the service and prices were very good. We were there over Christmas and New Year and the hotel had lots of visitors but we never had a problem getting loungers. However, it was alway late in the afternoon after a day of sightseeing. The small pool is a waste of space
and i never saw anyone there. The main pool is long enough for decent laps and, at our visit, quite cool and refreshing. My overall rating of the hotel: EXCELLENT.
There's only have 4 sundecks and 3 tables and chairs at the salt water pool with no shower room, on the other freshwater pool also have 4 sundeck and shower room. Always busy during the day for sunbathing so first in best seats, most of the time I use the pool late afternoon when hardly any one there.
There are about 8 loungers in the one pool and 8 in the other. We went right after breakfast to secure a spot. Otherwise you are out of luck. If you are looking for pool time, go elsewhere.
VERY DUSTY from street traffic.
I am not so sure what you are looking for. But from the tone of your question, you are expecting slightly more from 3 * hotel. This is a simple hotel, with two small pools (for wading only, not even swim!). And there is no lounge area, but if I consider what the rest area in the reception, it was rather rather large and cosy, though it can do with better and more comfy chairs.... Nearby (about 100 metres), there is a congregation of restaurants. Nice restaurants. They are trying to make it successful but the attraction of street market (which is say 400 metres) is simply too much and as not much foot traffic here... there you go... Do ask if you have any more questions.
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