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... footage is unparalleled. I've spent more in turkey in a tiny room. 3) its made for 2 people, yet one bottle of greeting...
Booked 2 nights for husbands birthday, room 54 deluxe suite (have stayed in both deluxe suites now) lovely and...
We stayed 3 nights at El Charco Suites and are very satisfied. It is a spacey and interesting place and what we understand the...

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Christian L wrote a review Jul 2019
Burnley, United Kingdom36 contributions7 helpful votes
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Hi all,

I want you to know from the off I think this is a great place and I've had unreal service.

My extended review is either to help you or help the property with a snag list etc.

Ill list as I'm writing this whilst I'm here so will add too. Not in any useful order.

We stayed in number 54, myself and my son, 4.

1) this is a romantic place, there was fake rose petals under the sofa and the hot tub turns off at 7pm. Im not suggesting anything.

2) its a beautiful place, for the money you can get this for online the square footage is unparalleled. I've spent more in turkey in a tiny room.

3) its made for 2 people, yet one bottle of greeting water....

4) the fridge doesnt have a freezer bit, it would he great if did, ice and or ice.lollies (4 year old)

5) it would be good if the place had a welcome pack like, wifi code, hot tub, local shop, taxi place etc. I.mean its fairly easily detected. But a late arrival and a tiny sign near door isnt enough, sometimes....There is no reception or anything but as said emails and calls are pretty quick, you collect your keys in a lock box outside the apartment.

6) the solarium door locks itself behind you, the tiny sign says this, luckily the lack of air con meant window open I posted my 4 year old in.

7) The air con didnt work, we arrived on Monday 9pm. Tuesday reported by email, help arrived in 15 mins, did the usual, not being thick check. Said it would be fixed that day. It wasnt but the fan part was. Needed regassing. Fixed Wednesday. Really really good looking after. Its not a massive air con unit and theyll turn it off on you.......but it makes a difference at night. The first 2 nights we both woke several times sweating buckets.

Best way is to shut the kitchen window and door on super hot days as solarium and cooker chimney are letting hot air in.

8) washer works! Airer in Lanzarote will dry your towels in an hour.

9) solarium is shared.

10) steal a couple of sachets of salt and pepper from airport as the place doesnt supply, no biggy, just advice.

11) do NOT prepay for a taxi from airport, quoted 30-40 euros like me?, local taxi os 10-15 euros. Note they only pick up in their own areas. Imagine you stay in Manchester and want to.go to liverpool, theyll take you but will not pick you up. Liverpool will have to.

12) stuff is pretty cheap, I brought some asda tablets in hand luggage. Its not liquid....and probably cheaper but genuinely a cheaper box is about 2-3 euros.

13) always pay attractions in Euro on card, they'll ask and its dearer....

14) at 54 walk straight up the street about 4-500m in front of you until the end and look right, there's a local shop there selling slices of cheese, ham, crisps, water, beer.

My first shopping list would be;

Washing liquid and fab softeners; €2.80
Matches or lighter/candles. €3
Water.
Cleaning spray.

15) if you're susceptible to light in rooms, bring a blindfold as there are light domes which are great during day....

16) they can add a childs bed but its open plan. If I wasnt single theyd be as much action happening.

17) theres an iron, a proper iron and a hairdryer....you don't need your travels.

18) smart tv doesnt have pay per view that I could see but as any smart tv it has Netflix and prime. May be worth a free month. Most people will be out but by later evening I was in with the nipper.

19) It doesnt have an oven, I wasted money on pizza. I asked and they said its the microwave its same device, so I thought one of the new systems that can be table top and microwave. Its not its just a microwave.

20) bring an adaptor if you have laptop etc the room has two usb charging point near bed for phones.

21) A cooker hood light wouldnt go amiss even just a push light.

22) 2 frying pans, no spatula or prongs (for accommodation provider).

23) the cleaning is hit and miss, see pics but later learned theres no cleaning service included in accommodation.

24) I reported a weird smell in the kitchen around half way through stay and once again the customer service was impeccable..guy was at the door within the hour. They unfortunately couldn't smell anything. I still can and its very off.putting for a kitchen. My son can smell but he may just be agreeing.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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tessascarlett27 wrote a review Mar 2019
Gloucester, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Booked 2 nights for husbands birthday, room 54 deluxe suite (have stayed in both deluxe suites now) lovely and clean,spacious, well equipped, the solarium with the hot tub is great although the hot tub was a bit sandy so could do with a clean but hey we’re there for 2 days, it’s fine. The location is fab, right by the harbour, the only issue I have, the parking is an absolute nightmare, yes the rooms can be a bit noisy but you are staying in the capital so maybe to be expected? The suite worked out at around £62 per night, with a hot tub thrown in, great value.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Book the deluxe suite if you want direct access to the solarium.
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Per C wrote a review Jan 2019
Ulricehamn, Sweden138 contributions78 helpful votes
We stayed 3 nights at El Charco Suites and are very satisfied. It is a spacey and interesting place and what we understand the four rooms are all different. We stayed in number 54. The room had most things you might need including fully equipped kitchen/kitchenette. Good WiFi. There is also a sun terrace with jacuzzi. Close to the pretty city centre. Staff very helpful. We can highly recommend it!
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Cazabazza wrote a review Oct 2018
Edinburgh, United Kingdom16 contributions2 helpful votes
Booked a one bedroom apartment arrived and was given what can only be described as a garage no windows bed in living area no outside space apart from roof terrace that I had to walkout my main door and round to get to. To be fair the owner did come and show me another apartment that was better but again bed was in living space quite small wasn’t for me so was refunded and I moved to another apartment
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Date of stay: September 2018
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TheCurfewMicropub wrote a review Sep 2018
Berwick-upon-Tweed, United Kingdom78 contributions3 helpful votes
Stayed here with my husband the night before flying home in March.
We were delighted upon check in that the room actually looked like it did in the photos! The room (a studio, I think no.2) was very tastefully decorated and comfortable but it did have a few issues...
The road outside is super BUSY! It seems to be some kind of short cut round the back of Charco and used as some kind of race track by the locals. This wouldn’t be a problem but there is no sound proofing from it in the room what so ever.
The window that actually faces on to that street is only half glazed (intentionally i think, probably trad) and the other part of the window is shuttered, which rattles when it’s windy too.
This really was a lovely room and if noise doesn’t bother you then I would definitely recommend this place.
I would be sure to request one of the other rooms if we ever went there again.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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