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Offline Scunner

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Calis Hotels That Let You Use Their Pool
« on: April 10, 2016, 11:09:21 AM »
(...when you aren't staying there of course :D )

Let's see how far we can get before Highlander turns it into a debate about whether it is fair or not on the people staying at the hotel   ;)

With the new season coming up, it might be helpful to put a list together of the hotels that will welcome you in to use their facilities - and hopefully you will enter the spirit of things by buying a few drinks or lunch from their pool bar   :)



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Re: Calis Hotels That Let You Use Their Pool
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Re: Calis Hotels That Let You Use Their Pool
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2016, 20:39:40 PM »
A couple of years ago when we were staying at the Carretta Apartments, two couples came in and asked Can if they could use the pool as their pool hadn't opened for the season yet (it was early May).  Can willingly obliged and they came down for a few hours most days until their own hotel pool had opened.  They always had lunch and a few drinks and must have enjoyed the friendliness of the place because they came to the bar in the evenings for a few more drinks!   ;)   Win win situation!

As long as people ask to use the pool if you are not resident and don't 'take over' the place and have some lunch and a couple of drinks I don't see the problem. 




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