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RE: Cabarete surf camp« on: March 23 2009 17:03:00 »
I'll give you 5 dollars for the voucher. Doesn't sound like a great place to stay
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #1 on: April 12 2009 19:04:00 »
The owner Ali is a true a$$hole.
He changed the prices when we were there.....
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #2 on: April 22 2009 19:04:00 »
Yes management there needs customer service lessons, very rude.
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #5 on: May 08 2009 08:05:00 »
hey there, lowering the prices by 50% makes ali an assshole?
Strange ,and you find the accommodation too basic, why dont you go for one of the deluxe apartments with air condition, kitchen and 24h wireless internet ?
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #6 on: May 08 2009 09:05:00 »
Just checked the website of the surf camp
So it's 50% off all accommodation prices? How long does the offer last?
$70 for a 'deluxe' apartement sounds indeed more reasonable than the advertised $140 dollars per night.
On a different note: is it me or do the colors of the rooms do some serious damage to the eyes?
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #7 on: May 08 2009 10:05:00 »
the room rates are still the same, but the prices in the restaurant are only 250 rd for a churrasco now, instead of 500 and the beer is only 50 not 150 like in town
and by the way its 66 us for the deluxe apartment per person incl. a/c wireless internet and other amenities,, but of course if you want to book the ENTIRE tarzan house which sleeps 6 people it will cost you 140 US
and about the colorful rooms, everyone just loves them because they are purely caribbean, not ikea
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #8 on: May 08 2009 13:05:00 »
150 pesos for a beer? Can you come up with more bullshit?
Normal price for a beer in town is 80 pesos, unless it changed in the last 3 weeks.
ex- Cabarete Local
RE: Cabarete surf camp« Reply #9 on: May 09 2009 06:05:00 »
Florian, you work there?
The website says studios are $66 ex AC.
The deluxe apartments are $140.
It's all a bit confusing for me, (or uhmmm...'misleading' advertising ?).