Hotel Kara is on the outskirts of the town, and is quite modern and clean. It has very little character, however. There are some nice chalets dotted around the pool and the grounds, but we were in the main, large concrete block of a building.
The room was fairly large, but the light in there was not very good. There was just a small light in a recess by the wardrobe – where I hit my head several times on the overhanging cupboard! The view over the pool was nice, from a very small balcony.
We tried to change money in reception, but were told in no uncertain terms: You go to your first, change money later! So there! That told us! He would not change anything smaller than a 50 Euro note, no 20s or 10s. He would not change dollars either. Once a few of us had changed money, there was no change left for the rest.
There was a small souvenir shop inside the lobby and a large craft ‘market’ on the patio by the pool. Some nice carvings and things. There was a public phone in reception capable of making international calls.
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