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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Sutton (17 Nov 08 19:49)

A of N is right as usual but he omitted to say that it is a very pleasant pool in the solarium and the only drawback is that the central placed jacuzzi is noisy with the raised voices of its occupants unlike those on Solstice which are positioned on the periphery. It's a lovely spot to while away the time with a good book though, in the Solarium not the pool. ......Neil.

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Aldrich - replied to Neil & Ida Down (17 Nov 08 20:31)

Oh - you just posted that so you could get in another plug for Solstice didn't you!!!! Honestly cannot say that I noticed the noise from the jacuzzi when I was on board. I do remember the lovely little set up of breakfast in the morning and breads, meats and cheeses in the afternoon though.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to Aldrich (18 Nov 08 14:55)

Drat, foiled again. I can only agree with you about the little "snack bar" in there though, Neil.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Sutton (17 Nov 08 18:54)

The Adults only spa area has a pool - supposedly retractable roof but I have never seen it open. Lovely peaceful area.

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