Kettering, United Kingdom
December 17, 2003
The resort has two bar/restuarants: Sunset Harbour Inn, which is also open to the public, offers a cheap and cheerful menu with excellent value for money. 44 Regent Street is the restuarant for club residents only. The menu here is a little more exclusive offering a range of French cuisine along with local seafood, pastas, and steaks. This restaurant spills outside and adjoins to the pool bar, which provides a selection of snacks along with drinks and beverages.
The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. Guests at the resort will be greeted by a staff member who attends to any queries or problems that might arise. As well as the exceptional swimming pool the resort boasts a games room, a Jacuzzi, a bowling green, a petanque pitch, a children's playground, and a shop.
The unit I stayed in was particularly large in comparison to other resorts I have stayed at in Tenerife. The one-bedroom units sleep four with privacy for four. The unit is tiled throughout in a terracotta colour. The lounge boasts a large sofa(bed), two chairs, satellite TV, and is furnished in a traditional Andalucian style. The partial kitchen leads on from the lounge and is comprised of a two-ring hob, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron, fridge-freezer, and a breakfast bar for dining and drinking! The bathroom is immaculate with toilet, bidet, shower and Jacuzzi/bath. A king size double bed dominates the bedroom, which is spacious and has double doors that lead onto the balcony.
From journal Spanish Sunset