Divers Paradise but not for the youth
Great food, great beverages, friendly staff!!
Rooms are small, dated, either too cold or too humid and damp, hammocks do not work properly on patios.
We travelled with our son 27 and his girlfriend 24, this was not a hotel for that age, it is very small and quiet..Absolutely nothing to do in between dinner and 10pm entertainment so most often we all just went to bed. Pathways are too dark and meandering, difficult to find your way around the room areas..No music in the Lobby, pool is small and crowded and ice cold, and everyone is blasting their own music so you have rock playing in one area and country in another and then the hotels elevator music playing in the background. The beach was all coral you could not walk out at all into the water without water shoes except off the stairs at the dock which was usually crowded. You were not allowed to flush toilet paper so all garbages have poopy paper in them which was a bit gross!! Kudos to them though for trying to reduce their carbon footprint, no straws, no plastic water bottles, you have to fill your own glass water bottles for brushing teeth etc at water fill stations..The after hours bar with the saddle stools only served beer and wine and there was very seldom any staff in there to serve you and they didn't seem happy you were there when they did show up. Most visitors when we were there Jan 24- Jan 31 where 50 . This is a fantastic hotel for the avid diver, snorkeler, or someone looking to just relax and enjoy the sun. If you are a beach lover, and enjoy a little more upbeat tempo, would maybe like to dance the night away then pass this little gem by!!