Things that could be done better…
Aside from not deep frying and battering every vegetable, there was always a queue at the bar especially at night times which was quite annoying (I don’t know how long this queue would be in the height of the summer!).
At certain times there wasn’t seating available at dinner, there was one hand sanitiser on the wall which wasn’t enforced and I didn’t once see anyone use it (in Ibiza you are actively encouraged to sanitise everytime you go into the restaurant – and rightly so, especially for a germ freak like me!).
The other thing that I found a bit odd also was that there is a road that goes through the middle of the hotel, this joins the restaurant side with the bar side – I felt this was a bit unsafe, not only with the car hazards but the fact that it felt like anyone could just wander in who wasn’t a guest at the hotel.
The evening entertainment set up was also a bit of a nuisance in that there were tables lined up in rows with 4 seats around each, if you have little ones like we do – it’s not ideal not having ‘front row’ seats to stop two year old boys running out of the doors to the pool area, being stuck in the middle of the rows means you can’t chase after them as quick as you’d like. Or maybe I just need better behaved children?!
Another thing I found, though this is always the case, is that there was a bit of a sunlounger shortage around the main pool area. There is a huge area, around by the lagoon pool and also the green areas that overlook the sea and I felt like there could have been more chairs for these areas.
Finally, the entertainment team work so hard- they’re literally there morning through to night but I did feel like the staff weren’t as friendly or ‘fun’ as the other entertainment teams that we’ve met in other TUI resorts. The English/German dual narrating was also abit annoying at times but I obviously understand why they need to do it.
Would we go back? Maybe, but we’d definitely head back to Ibiza first!