Room decor is somewhat spartan and unstylish, and we spotted wear like stained furniture. hotel staff, in non-Club Med speak -- are a sociable bunch and make it a point to introduce and spark conversations between stag guests.
But most visitors shouldn't dwell on their rooms too much in a place packed with free activities (windsurfing, waterskiing, snorkeling, wake-boarding) and group endeavors (water polo, beach volleyball, tennis, nightly dance parties). Independent travelers might also do well at the adults-only Club Med Turkoise.
The all-inclusive package includes three a la carte restaurants, premium liquors, and free transfers from the airport.
Modern, island-inspired rooms feature balconies or patios, and water or garden views.
But hefty add-on fees and long service waits are drawbacks, as is the fact that all-inclusive pricing does not extend to all amenities.
Seemingly a world away from neighboring mega-resort Atlantis, this five-and-a-half acre, mid-range oasis has a range of accommodations from single-occupancy tents to Beachfront Suites (most rooms have shared bathrooms, though).
Two vegetarian meals are served cafeteria-style after each two-hour yoga class; communal seating around the kitchen, as well as morning/evening satsangs (a mix of meditation, chanting, lectures, singing and dancing), help create a sense of community.Every October, the resort hosts Singles Week, a seven-day affair where the entertainment staff leads connection-building group activities such as yoga, trivia, kayak races, beach sports, dance-offs, and theme parties, like 80s night, karaoke, and white-attire soirees.