The English are definitely in the minority which is not a problem for us but may be for some especially reading some of the other reviews. All the staff speak at least two other languages, and English may not be fluent but if you are patient and engage with them they do try and if they do not understand they will find an English speaker to help. The family rooms are large and spacious we have two rooms connected with a double bed, two single and a put up bed, OK for a child under 10 but any older the put up bed would not be suitable. The room is big enough for three single beds and would suggest this as an improvement. There is only one bathroom and this became an issue when we have four females in our party two of which are teenagers and love to spend time in the bathroom. I would suggest taking a separate hairdryer as there is only one located on the bathroom wall. If your looking for a room with a view ask for a beach or swimming pool facing room, as you look at the hotel the rooms to the right are quieter as they overlook the imperial hotel which has a fantastic light show in the evening. The rooms on the left of the hotel overlook the side of the hotel next door and the service road is used on a regular basis especially between the hours of 6-8 am so is quite noisy. The views are amazing from the higher floor rooms, There is however only one set of lifts in the main entrance so are constantly being used and we found it was quicker to walk down then wait for the lifts. The food is amazing yes it is repetitive but if you plan your meals you will have a variety of food daily. The fresh food is cook at different stations each day and is fresh and hot. For children there is a special section which consists of hamburger, chicken nuggets and pasta with sauce this was available everyday but is cooked and left under heated lights so was never warm enough for my girls - they tended to have fresh pasta cooked at the stations and the chef soon knew what they liked.