Is there a dress code for this hotel for dinners.
Hey, smart casual, no shorts.
Any tips for this hotel?Edited: 14 April 2018, 06:53
It is all you read on TA. I ask for the a mountain view room, not only are they very quiet rooms they have beautiful views. (thats if you have booked just a ordinary room) I have had a pool access room and found it very cold and dark. Im trying to think of things that might enhance you holiday, but to be honest its an excellent hotel and can not be faulted. If there is anything else that comes to mind I will reply again, I'm going in 4 days. Have a lovely time.
You can wear shorts in the restaurants. We are staying here at the moment and some are wearing flip-flops in the main buffet restaurant as well as shorts. There are quite a lot of people dressed up too, make-up nice dresses etc. The women seem to dress up more than the men. It is probably in the sweet spot between upmarket and casual. The pay-extra restaurants may be more formal we haven't been as have young kids.
One evening they have a "white night", where you are encouraged to wear that colour. Not essential, but worth packing if you have it.
Hi. Thanks for replying. We are here now too! It's ok to wear smart shorts in the a la cartes too at this time of year. Hope you are enjoying your holiday!