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All reviewsrooftop terracesea frontgreat locationthese apartmentsunderground car parkbritish tv channelsreducto beachtop floorgreat sea viewcomfortable roomsgood sized balconytaxi rankwould stay here againexplore the islandsmall kitchentapassun trap
stayed for 2 weeks the apartments are in a great position with a view over the sea the staff were very friendly when we arrived we were shown room 22 but ask if we could go higher which was done to room 42 we found...More
Perfect for one night but it just feels a bit run down and like a hostel. Having said that it was very reasonably priced. No parking available but we were lucky to find street parking.
A very friendly welcome but the first time we’d encountered...More
We wanted to spend some time in Arrecife and chose the Islamar for the price and location. The apartments are perfectly located with lovely sea views, they are also within walking distance of the reducto beach. However, I preferred using the solarium with its sunbeds...More
Stayed for 2 nights.Good view of the sea from the balcony
and it got the sun on it all day.Two single beds,small
kitchen with everything in it for self catering.Portable
heater,no air con.Tv with limited english channels.Free
internet which worked really well and free in...More
Lots of positives for this hotel will definitely go back it’s a very clean budget hotel in a wonderful location all the rooms have a great sea view large balcony to have breakfast on
The staff I cannot speak highly enough from the cleaners to...More
The street parking is free but very hard to find a space, the underground parking (entrance just next to the Grand hotel) has a pedestrian entrance right opposite the Islamar but is quite expensive (in the region of 10 euro... More
The street parking is free but very hard to find a space, the underground parking (entrance just next to the Grand hotel) has a pedestrian entrance right opposite the Islamar but is quite expensive (in the region of 10 euro per night) We hired a car for one day and toured the whole island, then made use of the excellent bus service.