• CASINO ROYAL HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Casino Royal, Lloret de Mar
Cleanish - Sally and Bert. Date of travel: May 2011
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Basic but OK
HOTEL FROM HELL - susan. Date of travel: Sep 2009
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This is the worst hotel we have ever stayed in, the pool was used as a toilet when children were swimming, the noise went on until 7am full bottles of vodca thrown over the balkany, staff were not interseted when they were told. we were glad to come home after seeing a man running infront of the hotel with no clothes on the police came took him away for 5 mins then he was brought back!
Casino Royal - Help! - Janice. Date of travel: Jul 2009
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I am going to Casino Royal hotel at the end of July with my friends but I'm 17 and wonder if I get provided an adult band which will intitle me to alcoholic drinks?
Just got back 23rd Oct till 28th Oct 2008 - Diz. Date of travel: Oct 2008
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Well what can I say I went to Casino Royal with my partner and my 2 year old son. I was dreading it. We must have gone at a good time. The rooms were dated and food the same every day but for 185 pounds all for 5 nights what do you expect. It was very busy at evening meal times, but always found something to eat everyday, and my son was fine. Our room was on top off the entertainments room, but didn't bother us too much dead on midnight music off. No problems. There were a few doors being slammed around 2-ish but was not unbearable. If you want 5* treatment don't go here, but for a short break I found it fine. take the trip to Barcelona. It was lovely. Spent all day there. And get bus to Tossa de Mar, quieter place but had boot ride from beach very reasonable, or take a trip on the land train. Well good luck and don't always believe what people write. Go with open mind. We arrived at 8pm had evening meal straight away, no problems. And left at midday, taxi from airport was €42, but took no time at all.
You get what you pay for which isn't bad at all! - Sam. Date of travel: Oct 2008
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Lots of people have slated the Casino Royal Hotel so I was in a bit of a panic for our holiday as we didn't read the reviews until after we had booked up. Me and my boyfriend took his 2 kids who are 6 and 9. The hotel is extremely dated and not the cleanest but cleaners came in everyday to tidy up. The food was good. They had salad selections and pasta selections. A few types of meat and fish and then there was potatoes/chips. Various desserts and fruits to choose from and all the ice cream you can eat (which the kids loved in particular). The snack bar isn't the greatest but if you are in need of something desperately then it is fine! Other people have said that the place isn't child friendly which couldn't be farther from the truth. We felt the place was quite geared towards children which was nice. All of the kids made friends with each other and played together day and night. This was good for them as they didn't feel like they had to sit with their parents constantly. There was entertainment on every night except one (Saturday) and although it wasn't always the greatest entertainment it was amusing. They had flamenco dancers, singers, bands, fighting knights etc. The feel I got from the bar and the night time entertainment was that of a caravan sight night time entertainment. Quite family orientated and nice. We were all inclusive so drinks were free which both the kids and us enjoyed. Measures for spirits were large! Every night there was also a disco where kids and parents could dance if they wished. As for the noise it can be terrible. The first couple of nights we had a group of lads next door who weren't considerate as they were probably trying to have a bit of a party holiday. we managed to hear one of them fornicating which although annoying was amusing. Thankfully the children were so fast asleep an earthquake wouldn't have shook them. Unfortunately for the fornicaters it didn't sound like there was anything earth shattering happening in there either! The walls are pretty paper thin so it is wise to have a bit of respect for your neighbours and hope they do the same. If not do what we did and go into the corridor and shout at them until you get your own way :P The area surrounding the hotel was nice. the beach was only a 5-10 minute walk away and there are lots of bars and restaurants around. The beach isn't sand however it is tiny stones which we actually preferred as it meant there was no cleaning sand off everything at the end. You are allowed to visit the other H TOP hotels which is a nice idea and they have excursions you can go on. We went on the medieval trip which was well worth the money and the kids loved it. The pool was freezing and the area around it could do with a bit of work but it didn't stop the kids going in the pool and us catching the sun around it. So a few last notes to clear things up. -The lifts were fine. They sometimes take a while but no other problems. -There are lots of stairs everywhere. -suitable for families and suitable for groups. maybe not the ideal setting for a romantic get away. -staff weren't the most friendly but they weren't too bad. There were a few things I would complain about in general, if I had paid a lot, but all in all for the money I think it is a pretty good deal. we went in the kids October half term but i imagine it may be worse in the summer season.
Hotel Book At Your Peril -2 Star - Stephen Watson. Date of travel: Oct 2008
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Our party of 5 Male friends stopped at the Casino Royal from 12th - 16th October 2008, all of us have stayed here in the past at various dates over the years, so we know it needs refurbishing badly but always seemed to be value for money.That said in April 2008 there were 400 French students in this hotel who caused mayhem by shouting and bawling all night (Yes untill 7.30am) in the corridors, while i was talking about it to some other decent english people, they said your lucky you have only had one night of this as they were going that day and he said they have had it all week, the police were there every night of that week, and the security staff are a joke. Anyway we thought this must be a one off untill this short break we had. This time firework rockets were let off on the 5th floor down the corridors. i think i had about 10 hours sleep in the four nights we were there. So people if your thinking of booking this hotel for your holiday take note of the negative but very accurate comments about this hotel. We now think it needs demolition not refurbishment.
Best avoided, unless you like partying. - DerekReed. Date of travel: Aug 2008
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The Casino Royal Hotel should be avoided by anyone wishing to sleep for the duration of their stay!!! In fact, it should just be avoided by everyone!!! The only ‘guests’ (or inmates) who will enjoy this place are those who are out until 07:30 cruising the many nightclubs, and who are last back in the hotel after the others of their ilk have already passed out from too much drink and narcotics… We were relocated by Sun4U without notice , and our firm booking for the Planamar hotel in Malgrat de Mar (for which we had paid £1800) was magically changed to Allocation On Arrival at the Casino Royal (by pen on the ResortHoppa transfer sheet on our arrival at the airport) as apparently the Planamar suddenly didn't have room to put us up. We are aged 53 & 50 and were travelling with our 2 grandchildren, aged 8 and 7. When we arrived in Lloret de Mar at 05:00, we were dumped on a street corner near to the hotel, and had to make our way with 4 cases and 2 children through crowds of drunken youths, and up some crowded stairs into the hotel reception. When we got inside, and finally managed to get the receptionist (probably the rudest member of staff in the area, not just this hotel) to drag himself away from giving out a girl’s room number to a drunken Dutch boy, and then phoning her room on his behalf, he told us we weren’t booked in here, and that we would have to get a taxi back to the Planamar, (which we had recently driven past) as that was the hotel on our accommodation voucher. I now wish that I had done as he suggested, and got the Planamar to put us up, as that was just the start of quite a lot of hassle, and upset. Eventually he looked through a pile of paperwork, where he found our names, and an allocated room on the 2nd floor. When at last we managed to get our cases in the lift, after a few groups of youths who were blocking the reception area were moved on by the need for sleep, it was 05:30 and the children were falling asleep on their feet. To say it was bedlam was an understatement, as there was still a lot of movement, bad language, shouting, banging and throwing of objects in the corridors, and missiles landing in the streets outside. When we opened the door to Room 256, I turned round to my wife, and had to apologise for what I had let us in for… The room was about 9 feet x 12 feet, with 4 grotty different-sized beds jammed into the corner, and not enough room to walk around them. The floor was filthy, and sticky, and the room smelt dreadful. We couldn’t get the bathroom door to close, and the walls were full of holes. There was only one small wardrobe, insufficient space on the floor to open a suitcase, and the balcony window wouldn’t close properly. I went back down to reception to ask for another room, and was told I was lucky they had that room, as it was all they had, and that I would have to wait until 10:00, and try to sort it out with the day staff. Having now been up for best part of 24 hours, I went back to the room, tried and failed to grab a few hours sleep, and headed back to reception at 09:30. When I asked for our passports to be returned, as we were going to another hotel, and would send them the bill, the receptionist ‘found’ a key for another room, where the guests apparently hadn’t turned up the previous day (lucky people), and was offered the chance to take a look… Room 319, at the casino end of the hotel, was like a different world. I don’t normally complain, but if the change in standards is what you get by complaining, then I’m going to do it every time… When I walked in, I couldn’t believe my eyes. 2 double beds, 2 singles, and still more empty floor space than the total area of the other hole we’d previously been allocated. I used the phone in the room, to phone my wife, and told her to meet me in the corridor, and we walked our cases up to 319 straight away. Then we just had the rest of the week to get through… This hotel was probably very grand about 30 years ago, it’s now getting a bit ‘dated’, with broken sunbeds, cracked concrete around the pool, midnight lock-in, and other petty AI rules. This hotel is not child-friendly, or disabled accessible, and the lift system needs a bit of work. Anyone who didn’t get a free trip to the 6th floor at least once during their stay must have been using the stairs. The bar staff did a wonderful job considering the average attitude of the clientele, whose main task for the evening was stocking up their soft drinks bottles with alcohol for their excursions outside the hotel. The extremely bad manners of certain guests, and the lack of respect shown towards those who are paid a pittance to serve them, made for an unhappy group of staff who were normally polite and friendly in return. Staff were friendly, and really appreciated it if you made the effort to speak Spanish, and although most people just asked for their drinks in their native tongue, without even a please or thankyou, so that anyone who spoke Spanish got just a bit of better service. The maids had a job on their hands cleaning up after the animals, and it shows in their work. Dirty towels were often replaced, albeit with dry towels, but it didn’t look as though they had been laundered, and we never had our sheets changed all week, even when I took them all off, and bundled them on one bed. No air conditioning in the rooms, and the constant noise requiring balcony doors to be closed at night, made for very uncomfortable sleeping areas. This is one hotel and one Spanish town that I’ll never revisit, and hope never to have to use Sun4U again as their customer service stops the moment they have your money.
Holiday from hell - Deb. Date of travel: Apr 2008
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If you are a basically law abiding, nice person avoid Casino Royal at all cost. We knew it was a cheap three day break but what met us was unbelievable. The hotel was 80% full of French kids aged between 15 and 18, with a license to drink anything and everything 18 hours a day all inclusive, no limits. They ran around in large gangs intimidating older people and families. The hotel is filthy, our door had a fist hole in it we slept an average of 6 hours in 3 nights due to drunks fighting in corridors, banging on doors and vomiting in the lifts and passageways. They screamed through loudspeakers which they bought in the tacky resort shops. Staff were non existent and although there was entertainment, as the kids jeered and ridiculed them they generally left after the first 10 minutes of their performance. Nightmare holiday wish we had given the money to charity and stayed at work. Not one redeeming feature to this tired ghetto of a place. Book at your peril.
If you are not 18-30 or on a Hen, Stagg Night avoid Casino Royal - Karen. Date of travel: Apr 2008
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I have just returned from a week at the Casino Royal Hotel with my husband. The hotel is definitely not for children or couples wanting a relaxing holiday. I felt so sorry for the families who were trying to get moved from the accommodation due to the disgusting behaviour of the wild animals staying in this hotel. There were large groups of Young Italian, French on 18-30 holiday, some were not even yet 18. The first night of our stay hear, they drank so much and then all decided to have a screaming contest at each other then the fight broke out and the security staff (only two) tried to bring order between 50 wild youths. The police had to come and they were smashing them with battons and chains to break up the fight. Children were screaming and people were getting injured who had nothing to do with the groups, it was the most frightening experience. Are next experience was to catch the lift, when it arrived there was a very young couple having intercourse in the lift so drunk they were oblivious to us. Obviously we did not use this lift. The lifts were often unable to use due to vomit and condoms laying around the hotel. In the family bar they closed the smoking room for a 18-30 party room and whilst families were there a girl and two lads got thrown out of this party naked. These youths weren't embarrassed they were so drunk. We were all very embarrassed it was only 6pm. The swimming pool looked lovely we couldn't use it as the youths were peeing in the pool from the sides, they peed in the sauna so it was out of order. They swam naked. They never slept just screamed all night and that meant no one got any rest. The manager tried to help, when he tried to speak to them at the pool side, they threw the poor guy in fully clothed with his walkie talky. The staff were polite and tried to help but there were only a few and they were just ignored. My husband asked the management to enforce the smoking policy of the hotel as there was a area set out due to the only smoking room being let out to the 18-30 club. The security staff tried but were just ignored. The hotel stank of cigarettes, as smoking took place anywhere they wanted, we were told when we booked this was not a hotel that allowed smoking other than the room set aside. This was not the case. I could go on forever with the disgrace of this place. We did find the food was very good and we were lucky as are room was clean but the balcony was very unsafe. I feel the tour operators are to blame for selling this hotel to families and couples, they know it has a reputation and even if they choose not to protect couples the disgrace of placing children in this hotel is unforgivable. If I had my children with me on this holiday I would have walked straight back out of this hotel. Please don't take your children here. We unfortunately did not research this holiday and this is what I have learnt from this bad experience, always research first if you are taking your family.
Out of Date Casino Royal - Gary. Date of travel: Mar 2008
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Just got back from a 3 night stay in the Casino Royal. I would never go back to this hotel again, bedrooms are filthy, the meals have little variety unless you like chips, chips & chips. This hotel seems to be a good base for tab runners who are rolling about drunk all day and night. The best thing about this holiday was the location as the bus depot is just across the road from the hotel and I was able to jump on a bus and go to Tossa del Mar and Blanes for the day. Lloret itself has a fabulous beach and loads of nice shops, I would definitely go back to the resort again but not to this hotel. I have stayed in better Self Catering Hotels in the past, I thought with this one being a H Top Hotel it would be perfect, how wrong was I. It really lets H Top Hotels down as the other ones in LLoret are miles better.
Had a great time - Brian and Sharon. Date of travel: Dec 2007
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Booked then read reviews, went to Casino Royal with an open mind and couldn't understand what people were moaning about. Staff were great, food was lovely and plenty of good choices, well situated, room clean but well lived in. Cheapie booked 2 days prior to departure enjoyed it so much we booked a week as soon as we got home. Can't wait to be back in TWO weeks time! Not 1 disturbed nights sleep, all in all great value for our money. (wife loved the shopping and close beach location).
Don't go if you have any standards - Sarah. Date of travel: Oct 2007
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We booked this holiday for a cheap last min hol and was absolutely disgusted with the Casino Royal Hotel. Upon arrival we were hit with an awful smell(which your nose does get used to as the week goes on) in reception the vending machines were smashed, the lifts took ages...then the room.....oh my gosh!! The bathroom was gross, luckily I'm not a bidet user as it had a nice brown ring stain on it. The ceiling had that many cracks I thought it was going to fall in. Balcony completely unsafe for children, I was travelling with a 2 year old and wouldn't even let her stand out there. The noise was ridiculous swearing people breaking into rooms, TVs being smashed! When complained the next day reception informed me to dial 9 on my phone and they would send up security... however 9 out of 10 people I asked phones didn't work!! Food was boring: chips, chips and more chips with a few burgers. A couple of friendly bar staff in the evenings other than that not a smile between them. We read these reviews after booking but thought there was no way it could be that bad... please if you have kids with you... change your hotel now!!! The resort is lovely though!!
Quality - Scott Ellison. Date of travel: Sep 2007
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Absoulutely brilliant nightlife!
It was the best - Sarah and Leah. Date of travel: Aug 2007
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The holiday was amazing! Great nightlife open til 5am. Hot weather perfect for 18-25 year olds. Friendly people.
Llorett de Mar - Hotel Casino Royal - McCabe. Date of travel: Jul 2007
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I'll start with the fairly positive points, although very dated, the rooms were clean, the AI food wasn't too bad and the location is pretty central for bars, beach, shops etc. However, if you wish to sleep at night then don't go there! We have just come back after only a week, thankfully, and the noise levels throughout the night were disgraceful. This hotel should be classed as an 18-30, and is not in my opinion suitable for families, young children etc. (balconies not child friendly either) The busy road noise is bad enough, but particularly after midnight when the hotel bar closes (continuing for hours) the corridors, lifts and balconies come alive, shouting, music, screaming, running around, banging on doors - most of which had to be addressed by ourselves as reception/security did very little. I also wish to point out that if you have mobility problems ie wheelchair or pushchairs, there are far too many stairs which makes things very difficult, lifts seem to take an age to arrive and don't lead to all areas, thus stairs are involved. I have never felt the need to give a holiday review before - will certainly never go to the Casino Royal again, unless I am born again and shall go when I am 18 and more than likely have a ball!!
All inclusive - Mr McCusker. Date of travel: Jul 2007
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Got home last night want to warn any one booking do not go to the Casino Royal if you are between 25 and sixty. It is the loudest, most horrible hotel have ever stayed at we were spat on and pebbles thrown at us over the balcony. At night you can not get to sleep before six in morning cos all the teenagers are running wild and the management dont want to know. Save your money and go to Greece where they respect families and children.
Lloret de Mar - Vicky. Date of travel: May 2007
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Avoid this hotel at all costs!! I have just come back from my holiday more stressed than when I went. The hotel is unsafe for children, the food is crap, the rooms are dangerous. In my room the tv did not work and the light switch was hanging off the wall by the exposed wires. The door to the balcony was broken and a child could have easily walked out onto the unsafe balcony. I was almost assaulted in reception by a very drunk man, the receptionist did nothing. I spoke to him afterwards and even though he saw what was going on he said he thought the man was joking! I got no sleep on my holiday because of drunk people running up and down the corridors screaming and knocking on doors as they passed.
For Hen and Stag weekends only - Brooke Vaughan. Date of travel: May 2007
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I have just come back from spending 4 days and 3 nights at Casino Royle and I have to say it wasn't that bad. I was on a hen party of 24 and not one person complained about anything as it was a cheap weekend! It is right next to all the bars and clubs so not far to walk back when a bit tipsy! The food isn't amazing but what you'd expect for a 3 star hotel and you have a good choice of drinks. Rooms were very basic but cleaned every day and most of the staff were OK. I certainly wouldn't take children there as I don't think balconies were very safe and the entertainment wasn't the best, but if you're going there on a group holiday you should have a great time!
Seeing in 2007 in Tropics - Hana & Rach (Pat & Patrick). Date of travel: Dec 2006
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This hotel was dirty! We had our hotel room door kicked down on New Years Eve! Took the security guard 35minutes to get to the room and all he did was knock the door back into place, scowled at the Italians over the way that did it and walked off. We got stuck in the hotel lift as soon as we arrived and a fellow english traveller had to help us out as no-one that worked at the hotel came to help. There was a massive hole in our bathroom ceiling right above the bath. The bathroom wasn't all that nice! In all fairness the maids did try to make the best of the rooms that they could. It was awful!
Mr Forrest and Miss Suanno. Date of travel: Aug 2006
The food is crap and no entertainment. No pool bar, all the staff are rude and rubbish on doing their jobs. Tour Operator: 2 can travel
Peter Forrest. Date of travel: Aug 2006
On the 21/9/2005 we were sunbathing in the pool area for a hour. At the Casino Royal in Lloret de mare. We were robbed. Money and all jewellery and clothes etc went missing. We reported this to the reception staff and they were not helpful and reported to the hotel manager . He replied, not my problem. All he wanted was to rip us off by having our safe changed. He charged us 20 euros. All this was reported to the police. We suspect that the theft was done by one of the staff. The food at this hotel is rubbish and the rooms are not up to standards. Woodlice and silver fish were found on the bathroom floor. Tour Operator: 2cantravel
Avoid it if you can - Louise. Date of travel: Mar 2006
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I stayed at the Casino Royale at the end of March. A four day girlie holiday on AI basis. The room was ok and bar service was great until 12. Although we did have to use those horrible plastic cups. We avoided the lifts at all costs after reading the reviews before we travelled. My main gripe was the food, if you can call it that. I think us girls lived on chips for the most of the time we were there. Out of the six of us, five of us suffered terribly with food poisoning on the last day. Even though it is a cheap deal i woulldn't recommend staying at Casino Royal, especially if travellling with young children. Tour Operator: 2 can travel
Fantastic place to go - Jackie Lloyd and family. Date of travel: Nov 2005
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I have travelled all over the world and went here with all of my family, grandchildren included, this was my 2 youngest children's first holiday abroad and also my three grandson's first trip abroad and they all loved every minuite of it. The hotel was very clean, meals were excellent. Since then we have all been to Tunisia but all the children want to come back here because they enjoyed it so much, people were friendly and staff were friendly, it is excellent value for money. I would personally recommend it to any family as a short break.
Louise, Jamie. Date of travel: Oct 2005
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Firstly I would say that if you were going to this hotel that I would make it a short break and I would take it outside of the peak season. We went for a 5 day break and our stay was rather pleasant, but I can see if you were stuck in that hotel for a long time in the peak of the season that things would be a lot worse. Lifts are awful and I did have to carry my suitcase to the 5th floor of the hotel. Most people got stuck in them so I advise to bypass the lifts all together and just use the stairs. Drinks on the AI are very good. Although plastic cups are used they are as not bad as you would think. I would rather drink from a plastic cup than risk cutting myself on a lot of smashed glass if glass were used. Lots of variety of drinks, bartenders very friendly. There is a lot of choice on the buffet style meals. Although not always piping hot there are microwaves spotted around the eating area to heat up your food if you need to. Fresh fruit is provided for desert along with cakes and ice cream. The food, as nice as it was, did give me a really bad stomach on the last day of my holiday when me and my boyfriend had booked a day trip to Barcelona which unfortunately had to be cancelled. The rooms are quite dated but are cleaned every day, there is a TV in every room but you need to put a €20 deposit on the remote. There is no air conditioning but they have radiators for later on in the season for when it gets cold so like I said before, do not book this hotel in the peak of the season or if you do, bring your own fans. As for noise, although not a fault of the hotel's, it does get noisy after the bar closes (at 12) with people being inconsiderate and banging on doors down the corridor on the way back to their room. Do not put a 'do not disturb' sign up on your door before you go to sleep because you are probably more likely to attract noise. After reading reveiws on the noise I planned ahead and bought some ear plugs and I had no problem in getting to sleep. To sum up, this hotel is certainly "You get what you pay for" and for 5 days AI for £149 I think you do. I would say that our stay in Casino Royal was pleasant with it being in close proximity to the beach (only a 10 minute walk down the road) and all the night clubs. If staying AI you are entitled to use other hotels facilities from the H.Top hotels group around the area (eg The Royal Star a 4* hotel) You can even book a day in advance to eat your meal there too and they have an indoor pool, jacuzzi and sauna room. If you have booked transfers with 2 Can Travel make sure you are sent all the correct documentation (which we were not) as you are required to the transfer company a day before you leave to come home to confirm your transfers, as we did not know to do this we had a stressful morning trying to get home due to lack of communication from 2 Can Travel. Tour Operator: 2 Can Travel
Phillip Jones. Date of travel: Oct 2005
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We wanted a cheap holiday break before Xmas and cannot complain about the price, but the hotel was a disaster. They are rebuilding the bus station in front of the hotel and the noise of drilling, diggers, trucks is constant all day from 7 in the morning. Please go and stay somewhere else. At least the transfer to and from Gerona was great: we booked with AA transfers, on time, British driver, first class service. They also work from Barcelona airport.
We would NOT recommend Casino Royal - Peter Forrest. Date of travel: Sep 2005
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On the first day we arrived we were sunbathing for less than an hour. We were robbed at the Casino Royal in Lloret de Mare. Money and jewellery went missing plus clothes. We reported all to the reception and the hotel manager did not want to know. The food is rubbish and the rooms are not up to standard; no security and the bar staff are very rude, and unhelpful reception staff. All inclusive facilities can not be used, such as booking for evening meal, 24 hrs in advance. We would not recommend anyone not to come to this hotel. Tour Operator: 2can travel
Casino Royal - worst hotel ever - lisa. Date of travel: Jan 1970
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Well what can I say, I went to the Casino Royal hotel and it was the worst hotel I'd ever been to. I was there with my partner and 2 children, the bedrooms were horrible, the beds were falling apart with rips all over them, the food was crap, wasn't a great selection and the hotel had flees, me and my two boys came home with impetigo. If you wanted to party it's the right place to go, plenty of nightlife and free drink if you all inclusive
 
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