September 2011. Warm welcome from delightfull staff and pleasant surprise of a room upgrade from standard to Nirvana sea view. These are in a two-storey block at the north end of the hotel which meant we had a five minute stroll to reception. Downside of Nirvana area is the beach which has suffered a lot of sand erosion and it's necessary to use some form of foot protection when entering the water. The rooms are quite spacious but the toilet cubicle is so small that it's difficult to close the door while sitting.
Staff were all very attentive and helpful. Food in the LaFaya was very good. The Cumin (Indian) was fair and the 180 restaurant (buffet) was fair also albeit repetitive despite their being a different theme each night of the week. Didn't try Shells (fish only) as there wasn't anything on the menu that appealed.
Considering it's on an island, there wasn't a great variety of fish on offer, it was always simply "fish" with no further description.
There are no restaurants in the vicinity for those not on HB or AI so a taxi journey every night would need to be budgeted for; pleased we went AI.More
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