Our room was perfect. Not only was it bigger than our current home, but having a fully furnished kitchen was such a huge convenience. On our third day we made the 9km trip into town (via taxi) and stocked up at the supermercado for snacks and lunch supplies. It was a great option instead of having to eat all 3 meals at the restaurant; even though I must say, the food was fantastic. Everything was so fresh and carefully curated. And don’t get me started on the service. The staff was perfection…never hovering but always at the ready. And so kind!
It was also quite the treat to have a jacuzzi on the terrace… well, treat for the hubs as he had a soak nearly every day (if not twice a day). It was too warm for my liking, but still, it was romantic. I don’t remember if I mentioned that we were only 1 of 4 parties staying in the entire place. A few Europeans showed up for the weekend, but other than that, it was a virtual ghost town…which we loved.
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The views were amazing no matter where you looked. And I loved the way the hotel’s interior and exterior spaces flowed seamlessly from one to another. Being present to every detail was not a difficult task.