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Old Jul 9, 18, 6:34 pm
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we just got back 2 weeks ago from a 1 week cash and points stay and i will have a full review on my site in the coming weeks
In regards to breakfast, its not included however i was offered a room upgrade for 30 Euro per night and that then did include breakfast.
honestly breakfast was probably my favorite meal at the resort if that tells you anything. For a family of 3 it was worth it.
I think it tells me that the food other than breakfast was meh.
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Old Jul 9, 18, 6:46 pm
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You'd be spot on with that assumption.
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Old Jul 9, 18, 7:06 pm
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I think it tells me that the food other than breakfast was meh.
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Old Jul 9, 18, 8:05 pm
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I think it tells me that the food other than breakfast was meh.
I would agree with that conclusion. During our stay, the hotel was offering a Saturday evening Asian buffet, priced at EUR 50. Since we were there during the off--season, we didn't have any decent "on property" alternatives. The food and service were equally terrible in their respective ways.

After that evening, we were able to locate decent, full service family restaurants off property, where we could have our evening meal before returning to the hotel.

One restaurant that we had enjoyed was in the nearby town of Arta. Its name is Restaurante No. 44, located at Carrer Ciutat 44.

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Old Jul 10, 18, 1:34 am
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Originally Posted by pointspinnacle View Post


we just got back 2 weeks ago from a 1 week cash and points stay and i will have a full review on my site in the coming weeks
In regards to breakfast, its not included however i was offered a room upgrade for 30 Euro per night and that then did include breakfast.
honestly breakfast was probably my favorite meal at the resort if that tells you anything. For a family of 3 it was worth it.
Great tip! Will ask at checkin if any paid upgrades are available...
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Old Aug 1, 18, 6:08 am
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Originally Posted by pointspinnacle View Post


we just got back 2 weeks ago from a 1 week cash and points stay and i will have a full review on my site in the coming weeks
In regards to breakfast, its not included however i was offered a room upgrade for 30 Euro per night and that then did include breakfast.
honestly breakfast was probably my favorite meal at the resort if that tells you anything. For a family of 3 it was worth it.
did you understand why that room upgrade with breakfast thrown in was offered to you? was the hotel half full? another time limited offer? or is it routinely offered to C&P travellers? when I enquired we were offered world of hyatt breakfasts for 22e/ea if booked in advance, obviously not as interesting...
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Old Aug 1, 18, 9:02 pm
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Originally Posted by mcdonalde View Post
did you understand why that room upgrade with breakfast thrown in was offered to you? was the hotel half full? another time limited offer? or is it routinely offered to C&P travellers? when I enquired we were offered world of hyatt breakfasts for 22e/ea if booked in advance, obviously not as interesting...
Not sure why it was offered aside from just a general upsell. She thought our 2 yr old would like having the additional grassy space off of the patio. It wasnt really an upgrade really in my eyes but to her it was. She then later told us about breakfast then said “oh, your rate doesn’t include breakfast but since you took the upgrade I will include the breakfast”. Honesty i never noticed anyone at breakfast signing a bill at all.

I wonder if just show up for breakfast if they will comp it or actually bill you. I dunno.
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Old Aug 2, 18, 6:11 am
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I wonder if just show up for breakfast if they will comp it or actually bill you. I dunno.

that's definitely one way to cut costs ) thanks for the reply
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Old Aug 2, 18, 8:28 am
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Originally Posted by pointspinnacle View Post


Not sure why it was offered aside from just a general upsell. She thought our 2 yr old would like having the additional grassy space off of the patio. It wasnt really an upgrade really in my eyes but to her it was. She then later told us about breakfast then said “oh, your rate doesn’t include breakfast but since you took the upgrade I will include the breakfast”. Honesty i never noticed anyone at breakfast signing a bill at all.

I wonder if just show up for breakfast if they will comp it or actually bill you. I dunno.
We were asked for our room number, each and every time, we went for breakfast. And it was marked on their list.

Breakfast is very good and the service during breakfast was much better than last time.

The bell staff was great!

There was no more Cava tasting in the library, they said it is an winter only offering, but offered us to send some to our room - which never happened.

Upgrade to a suite was first denied and only after showing them availibility we were given a suite.
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Old Aug 3, 18, 8:10 am
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how are the casual dining charges? I mean room serve orders or simple lunches? (hamburgers and the like)
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Old Aug 12, 18, 4:03 am
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how are the casual dining charges? I mean room serve orders or simple lunches? (hamburgers and the like)
Just checked out yesterday and for lunch my wife and i shared a starter and had mid priced entrees and each a glass of wine. It was 75. This was at rhe sit down eatery up by reception (forget the name) which is the main option for lunch. Service was poor, food was decent but overall this was 2-3x what you pay for a similar lunch in Arta. The pool food was ok, my kids ran up a decent tab on burgers, etc and it was 6 or 7 for these tiny glasses of wine. Were only here for two days as we had rented a villa most of the week.
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Old Oct 13, 18, 9:31 pm
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I would agree with that conclusion. During our stay, the hotel was offering a Saturday evening Asian buffet, priced at EUR 50. Since we were there during the off--season, we didn't have any decent "on property" alternatives. The food and service were equally terrible in their respective ways.

After that evening, we were able to locate decent, full service family restaurants off property, where we could have our evening meal before returning to the hotel.

One restaurant that we had enjoyed was in the nearby town of Arta. Its name is Restaurante No. 44, located at Carrer Ciutat 44.
Thanks for the tip. If anyone else has one, I'm planning of dining off property (hopefully nearby) each night.
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Old Nov 27, 18, 1:37 pm
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I’ve deleted a post (and quotes of it) since it was simply a redirect to an external blog. While we t was a nice review, Flyertalk rules are that reviews must be able to stand on their own without clicking on the link. So op is welcome to repost with enough quotes from the review to stand on its own. Thanks!!


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