Great for all groups from couples to families to retirees.
I can only imagine what this resort was like in its prime, I say that because it’s not in its prime anymore. Don’t get me wrong, it’s in decent condition, some parts have been renovated and upgraded since Cyclone Debbie ripped through a few years ago, but other parts of the resort are letting it down. And it’s all the small things- we noticed an end cap from some balustrading was missing, our room had some blackish marks, possibly mould, on the roof above our bed, some furnishings are getting old and are uncomfortable- not big things, but the things you expect a resort to be on top of.
The thing that annoyed us the most was the lack of a microwave in the room. The restaurants offer an option to take away your meals, yet do not offer room service. If you have left overs from your meal, you have no way of heating them up for a midnight snack, unless you use the hairdryer or iron as a makeshift reheating device.
We had to call reception to have our mini-bar
restocked. Servicing the rooms was not done daily.
The resort should be five stars, and back in the 80s and 90s, it would’ve been, but these days it would barely rate as a 4 star.
The staff are friendly, but they are a mostly transient workforce, and as such, they aren’t as attentive and experienced as one would like or expect.
It would appear as though the owners are not investing in the operations and upkeep as much as they should be.
Reviewed on 17 Apr. 2021