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Linus


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09/10/2010 23:13

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Can anybody let me know what these hotels are like. Which one do people prefer?



Brinsley


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09/10/2010 23:29

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I would suggest the first one, easier in distance to make a quick get away should you be disappointed and want to find alternative arrangements. The latter is based out in the bush away from humanity except for their uptodate price charging policy!



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09/10/2010 23:38

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Richard, that is a little of an over estimation I think. Acapulco is only an extra 3 minutes drive from the Malpas turn off.

As for the pricing, you are absolutely right, Acapulco does seem to be a bit high for what they offer. Wife looked into joining the spa today and was quoted 1500TL per person, she will be checking the Malpas but I am sure it is cheaper



Lilli



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10/10/2010 01:19

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linus isnt your place finished yet, i though all was ok when i saw you last xxx



rocky


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10/10/2010 06:28

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I am staying at the Malpas mainly because I got an excellent deal on the internet through GoNorthCyprus. Food has been excellent with a super variety at all meals I was not expecting these standards in North Cyprus. My room is very comfortable although the furniture is showing signs of wear. I am using wi fi every day no problems and my room is in an annex a short walk away. Service very good staff very helpful and the health suite is excellent especially with the massages. What would I change at the hotel? For us British we need tea making facvilities there are no kettles in the bedrooms and to order an early morning cuppa say 10 minutes before you need it in the annex is not my choice. Bring a travel kettle and T bags. It cannot make financial sense for the hotel to charge say a couple of ytl for a member of staff to deliver hot drinks to the rooms outside the mainhotel. I guess the hotel policy excludes you from bringing your own food drinks in so you would need to hide the kettle.



Linus


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10/10/2010 15:00

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Many thnks for the response everybody. I will update you on the apt when I see you Lillli. Hope you are keeping well !



Linus


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breezyboy


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11/10/2010 17:38

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I have stayed at both and there is no comparison. The Malpas is streets ahead in every way specially if you got stuck in the old part of Acapulco. Malpas beach club is Coronaro and is superb. Malpas always has deals available even at the desk. Much nicer all round.



measey


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11/10/2010 17:51

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I have also stay at Both and The Malpas is far far Superior than the Acapulco in everyway.



Measey.



Linus


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Breezeboy



Are you better off booking direct or with a travel co as the hotels prices appear more expensive



silcuty21


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12/10/2010 12:51

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malpas malpas malpas



accapulco is a dive and expensive i paid 3 for a pepsi not bad in a five star problem is apart from name it has no relevance to a five star its a conference/gamberlers and villagers locals at weekend



you been told



breezyboy


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12/10/2010 13:47

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Hi Linus

It seems that some have booked with agencies, I used to use Green Island before completing the house and they were always realistic. When I walked into Malpas reception, after leaving a hotel on Esentepe due to their inability to clean, I was given a fantastic rate. I would think that this would still be so as since then more hotels have opened with more vacant rooms. Incidentally last week I spoke to a guy staying at the Savoy who said it was OK but nothing special and a little dissapointing.



Linus


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Thanks Breezboy. Do you have a tel no for the Malpass. Can't seem to get it of their website



oceana


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Message Posted:
12/10/2010 21:15

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People normally prefer Malpas!



rowlo



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12/10/2010 23:43

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malpas , every time .



Pipie


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Cannot beat the Accapulco for the lovely beach side setting . Old part of the Acapulco rooms need a refurb . New part is ok

Malpas on the whole being a newer hotel is more stylish .



breezyboy


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Hi Linus

Youre in luck I have one of their pens on my desk. 392824 4737



Linus


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13/10/2010 20:22

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Many thanks Breezeboy



rocky


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15/10/2010 08:59

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just checked out after a week what with drinks with every meal a few at the bar and three massages, extras about 125 I thought that was good value for a 5* hotel...ok I did not drink excessively but wine with dinner at 5ytl a glass must be a bargain compared with the competitors



rocky


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15/10/2010 09:08

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I booked the hotel through GoNorthCyprus on the internet they were first class and got a good deal



joejan


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17/10/2010 22:13

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We went to Acapulco last week. 4 of us used a special pampering spa treatment. Turkish bath and another treatment plus 2 course lunch 100tl each. We Spend all day there and use all their facilities. the staffs at spa were so polite and present and looked after us very well. So relaxed and worths every penny, we will go there each time visit NC. that called a pampering day!!!!!!



sweep


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Message Posted:
17/10/2010 22:38

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malpas all day long,



first class rooms, food , service



exellent hotel



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