Location of the property was excellent and facilities were also excellent. small drawback was the loud music in the bar as we were eating. Food in the bar was only fair, I would not eat there again.
Well I like that it had a food restaurant beside it and that it was handy but I didn't like the fact that I had to pay a deposit off 50 euro on top off my fee money not great
Staff are very pleasant and helpful. Beds are very comfortable. Excellent parking facilities. Would and have recommended hotel to friends. JK
I liked everything. It was the most respected place myself partner and 3 year old daughter stayed. We stayed at alma house 3 weeks ago and got treated like unwanted animals by the woman Helen I think her name was she was a disgrace.
Faultless except for very long walk to room as had an elderly lady who uses a stick with me and she was quite daunted with length of journey from reception to room
I recently stayed at Fota hotel for New Year’s Eve,we stayed in a suite. Upon arrival we were full of excitement,our check in was great, the receptionist gave us a lovely welcome and we received our key card. We entered our suite and on first glance it looked lovely. We headed to the pool in our ...
We enjoyed our brief stay and will be back for sure. Very close to beach and had fantastic views.
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