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 got back had a lovley week hotel was fine until i spotted the first cockroach! Put me on edge all week but only one i saw all week. The rooms were basic and cleaned every day with clean towels, the staff were lovley. It was hard going with no aircon so by day 3 i hired a fan which did help! The main pool i avoided because everyone seemed to be on top of each other so stuck to the small kids pool around the corner which was much quieter the pools were cleaned everyday and there wasn't much mess with the all inclusive cups or cigarette ends. I would recommend for families and yes you get groups of young lads and girls but they weren't many and well behaved had a bit of noise early hours but only the first two nights not enough to disturb your sleep i only woke due to the heat and got back to sleep no problem. The food was basic and no problem with the drinks and good fast service at the bar. If the price was right yes i would come back! More
Completely honest review
This may be a bit if an essay i warn you haha... Well where to begin.... After reading reviews after we had already booked our holiday and we nearly died! We thought we'd stay positive and take a lot of the reviews with a pinch of salt.. first impressions of the hotel were alright (we saw past the groups of people gathered outside the hotel staring at you as you walked in). We took the advice from the reviews and asked for a fan, to be told there was none left and we'd be put on a list. We went upstairs to our room and omg I swear my skin nearly melted! But apart from that I thought first appearances were good. During the first night my other half decided it would be better to sleep on the balcony (we had already set up the beds next to the open balcony door with the curtain open). The noise was ridiculous, people shouting to each other down the corridor, at one point someone on a floor above us blasted the music so loud I thought there was a speaker next to my head!! In the morning we asked reception how many people were infront of us on the list for a fan to be told we were 5th, we were told a lot of people would be checking out so when we got back to the hotel there would be a fan waiting for us. We also asked our rep if he could help after explaining my other half has asthma and he could barely breathe in the room, nothing was available. When we got back from our day out we asked again at reception to be told there was no list and a younger guy basically just told another member of staff who then explained to us (almost seemed the younger guy couldn't be bothered to deal with it). Our rep told us to buy a fan..... why should we have to? Well we did end up buying a fan on the 2nd night just so we could sleep, we slept much better, but still kept the beds near the balcony door with them open, didn't really notice muh noise from then on. We had a twin room which we expected.... but couldn't push the matresses together and sleep on it like a double bed as there was about 2" difference in height! The plug socket behind the tv fell off the wall too. On our last night we spoke to the English blonde receptionist who was amazing, she did whatever she could to help, she had been on holiday herself for most of our stay... if you need anything (like everyone else has said) go to her.. piramides she is the best member of staff you have! The other need to take a leaf out of her book. We went self catering so literally only came to the hotel room to sleep, shower and get ready.More
This place stinks the food is awful the rooms are like something out of shawshank redemption I just wish I had time to tunnel my way out. I paid for all inclusive but eat out every day as I couldn't bare having to queue up and eat the slop they were serving. Bearing in mind I didn't eat so to make up for it I drank the bar dry or would have liked to do but they shut it at 11pm. This place needs serious renovation or knocking down. Only plus point was the location and the staff were quite friendly but I would never go back and if your thinking oh maybe all the bad reviews are lies well there not. Good luck to you if your going you will need it oh and pack your gas mask if you fancy a dip in the cesspit sorry swimming pool. More
kingcarr35, Harrogate, United Kingdom
Basic apartment hotel good location
Clean hotel with helpful bilingual staff. Short walk to the beach with lots of pools. Residents included families, couples and groups. Nearby to bars, restaurants and attractions.
We went all inclusive at a reasonable price. However very little was included. This hotel is punching above its weight as an all inclusive resort.
What the brochures don't tell you
TV costs 1 Euro an hour. Never have I paid for any TV even in a developing country!
If you miss mealtimes avoid the snacks they are a health hazard
Safe - 10 euros a week plus returnable deposit
Ice creams extra
In conclusion an apartment hotel punching above its weight
Duplicate card 3 euros
Virtually nothing is included in the all inclusive
Wifi 20 euros a week per device not room. Or use free access in public areas
Swerve the free snacks
Basic home cooking but varied grill is always the best and the sea food and salads
Clean well run hotel with friendly bi lingual staff
Useful kitchenette even in the studios
Bar closes at 10:30 for all inclusive so have to pay until 11:30
When we went in August mixed residents family, couples and groups of all nationalities
Most of the waters parks and attractions will come collect you free of charge. Twin tickets work best
Short walk to surf school and dive club
We booked everything through MIKA 2 minutes down the road best deals available don't book through hotel as always dearer
Children welcome everywhere
Short walk to beach ( be careful of the tides) restaurants bars
Relaxed respectful atmosphere with multitude of shops high end to tourist tat
Onsite supermarket, liquor store and fresh food
Would recommend the price of the all inclusive but most meals including hotel come in at Euro 8 or currently around Â£6:50 same as outside
Also can upgrade at the hotel euro 22 per day
Cheap drinks anywayMore
sarah a, London, United Kingdom
Well what can I say about las piramides hotel, okay me and my family of six ended up with a two room apartment opposite the children's pool. I tried booking a holiday online for a family of six but everywhere I went I could only guarantee me two rooms when you have young children. I did not want to book 2 independent rooms so I went to my local Travel agent I was asked what I was looking for. I gave them all the relevant information in regards to my family and my needs of this holiday I asked that I needed a room or apartment that would sleep six people with 3 rooms also needed free Wi-Fi and air con to which I had to pay and half-board I spent approximately Â£5000 on holiday which was a load of crap. I could've gone to Florida for extra Â£1000. The room that was given to me and my family was only a two bed apartment and the children had to sleep in the lounge to which they were very scared to do so with mr roachðThe bathroom leaked water everywhere the shower head was loose the taps were loose we had cockroaches everywhere even I reported this to reception and to the Thomson Repps and not one thing was done about it. I am very disappointed with the way I've been treated The children's pool area is for families and young children not for teenagers drinking bottles of beer with glasses because the main Pool got very busy so they've moved over to the children's pool, there was a lots of topless girls and boyfriends kissing and cuddling and canoodling on the chairs in front of the kids. I recommend to anybody that books with Thomsons or any other travel company that goes to the las Piramides hotel in Spain is to avoid it like the plague unless otherwise.
Myself and my partner did not enjoy this place that we stayed in Plus the food wasn't all that good and where do you ever go on holiday half-board and don't get a drink with an evening meal especially when you have young children. Over all star rating for this is hotel is one âï¸.