We spent 3 nights here following a holiday in Paris. The apartments were spartan but clean apart from a few scuffs on the walls and threadbare covers on the sofa. It provided the basic requirements to survive except for a kettle (for which a coffee percolator was substituted!). Whilst not air conditioned, the patio doors and windows provided adequate ventilation and the heavy curtains did keep out most of the mosquitos.
The pool was clean and of adequate size to cope with the number of visitors and well sited so as not to provide any disturbance to the majority of the rooms.
The two persons on reception spoke excellent English and were helpful and provided information when requested although there was very little on display. What was a little off-putting was the prevailing smell of cigarette smoke in the reception area which later observation showed to be the two receptionists who both smoked albeit they did step outside the reception door (usually together) to indulge their habit.
Which leads me on to the subject of breakfast which we decide to take on the first morning. For 8 euros a head we expected similar to the previous hotel (4star) which had provided a wide ranging buffet and hot food for the same price.
Oh dear me! What a mistake! We were faced with a choice of small round rolls, small cakes (all the same) 3 choices of cereals, bowls of chocolate spread and jam, a large coffee dispenser and a small kettle and box of teabags for those not requiring coffee. There was a small quantity of rolled up cheese slices and reformed ham slices and two jugs of diluted fruit juice and one of milk and a small plate of butter portions. There was a toaster but when I asked for bread (at reception next door, as the waitress spoke neither English nor French!) I was told they didn`t provide it. Presumably the toaster was for decoration only as was the microwave on which it sat unless you wanted to heat up the coffee which was only lukewarm.
If this wasn`t insulting enough, everything kept running out at regular intervals due to the incompetance of the waitress whose inability to be able to communicate with most of the guests was only exceeded by her inability to spot an empty plate/jug etc on the buffet table!
My advice would be that if you do visit the Adonis, bring a kettle and if you ignore my comments and take the breakfast option bring sliced bread and your own plates, as I nearly forgot that plates larger than a saucer are not provided in the breakfast room(although when asked, the receptionist did, reluctantly, produce some paper picnic plates!)
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