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Bussiness for accomodating able adults

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The beach was good and the staff keep it quite clean; but keep in mind that the beach's resort is located on a reef so the water would be excellent for snorkeling but be aware that it is quite rocky and you will absolutely need to have water shoes to venture in the water. Trip was great and staff very helpful and friendly.

Excellent location to keep kids busy with the cliff jump and water slide.

They have shallow pool areas for kids in all the pools. I still tipped them well, so took a very good care of us.

However, the kids club has nothing to offer for children under 4. It was a bit strange, as in other resorts we always have found a play room with some toys to spend some time playing there. I will recommend this resort as a quiet and restful place for families. [Details]Overall it's a very good resort with lots of potentials. Beautiful grounds and good quality food in the restaurants with few minor exceptions.

The heated Infiniti pool was great to for the small kids that don't like to get cold.

Food was good and there was plenty to get involved in around the pool each day.

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Dangerous in some areas when rocks are covered by high tide. Front desk intense pressure to upgrade and time-sharing.

Its hard to keep a 1,5-year old in the pool the whole day, but we had no alternative. They serve drinks all around the pools and on the beach. I also have to point out an excellent on-site photograph service.