Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, water and soft drinks, until 22.00.
Snacks between 11.00 and 12.30 and cakes and biscuits 15.30-18.30.
1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children, with the 3rd and 4th beds being sofa-beds. Complete with a kitchenette with 2 cooking rings. Maid service is 5 times a week with towels changed twice and linen changed once.
Just come back from Las Piramides with my husband and two kids. Was a bit weary as lots of the reviews were awful. Well we had a great time, it was clean, the rooms were a good size and had everything you needed. The staff were lovely and friendly. The food was good lots of choice but as with any all inclusive a week of it was enough. I don't know what some people expect as it isn't 5 star only 3. I think we got more than we paid for. Would go back again.More
578sharon, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Came here for an all inclusive 5 day break with a friend.
For what we paid - we wern't expecting a lot, but we were pleased to find the hotel staff friendly, room clean with all working facillities, and also quite modern with a very nice bathroom.
One day our shower decided to flood, but staff quickly came to fix this for us.
The pool area is lovely, and there's a nice atmosphere mainly young people and families.
Bar staff were always really friendly and were happy to give you more than one drink at a time so you could take back to the room or wherever, even at 10pm near the end of the all inclusive.
They are also NOT tight with the alcohol in the cocktails!
Food wasnt great, got a bit fed up of it by day 5, but even so it was enjoyable and good choice was availiable.
The hotel is close to the local nightlife which suited us find but could be a bit rowdy if this isnt your thing.
If you are planning on staying here suggest you try out the 1euro massage chairs in reception - you are in for a treat :)More
Hannah K, Leicester, United Kingdom
Stayed February 2015
Visited this hotel in February and was a little bit wary after reading negative reviews. I needn't have worried. I would say that a lot of the reviews are unfair. The hotel is a 3 star, not 5 star. They charge 3 star prices... What on earth do people expect? Our party of 4 had two adjoining rooms, Yes, they were a little bit tired... 3 star remember!. Spotlessly clean, towels changed every second day, bed linen changed once during our seven days. Have stayed in higher rated hotels (and paid the higher cost) and did not receive any more than that. Food in restaurant was absolutely fine, even the particularly fussy eater in our party was suited. We had assumed that we would have to eat out in the evening after reading reviews but ended up not doing so. We were all inclusive and felt we received good value for money. The hotel is in a great location in the resort. Near lots of great bars, beach etc and we would have no hesitation in booking a return trip.More
P0lly51, Motherwell, United Kingdom
Struggling three star
This is a three star hotel which caters to the all inclusive market. It is in need of updating as the decor looks as if it is firmly rooted in the 70s. To be fair I have stayed in worse 4 star hotels and in better 2 star establishments. Food wise it is fairly good. Just don't expect Michelin star type cuisine. The rooms were clean and the beds were very comfortable. The hotel suffers from a lack of air conditioning which can leave you struggling to sleep on a very warm evening. It doesn't even offer the use of a fan. Under no circumstances should pay the fee for WiFi. The hotel asked for â¬20 for a weeks access. This is per person so if you have 3 people in your room that would be â¬60. Sadly I only managed to get a download speed of 0.10mb. That is 1/10th of a megabit. After complaining to the management I got a full refund. You are better off getting an add on to you mobile phone data plan. It is cheaper and faster. I managed to get 3mb thus way. Other things you have to pay for include a safe key of â¬10 for the week and you also have to put money into a meter for the TV to work. This is a no frills hotel on a particular with Ryanair. You get what you pay for. This includes all alcoholic drinks and a certain amount of noisy idiots who don't know how to hold their alcohol. Would I stay here again? Maybe. But certainly not in the high season when it is full of drunken brawling lunatics out to get as pissed as possible. That is a quote from a local tour guide. The staff are friendly. Local amenities are great and above all it is cheap.More
Stayed January 2015
Had an enjoyable week with my partner at Las Piramides. Place was spotless.food was good, Would stay again. The staff are friendly and helpful. No complaints from me then again I paid lemonade price so don`t expect champagne.Central location everything on doorstep. No noise at night slept well.More