WEIGHT: 48 kg
Services: Massage, Uniforms, Pole Dancing, French Kissing, TOY PLAY
We stayed here for 3 nights last week because we were moving to Bahrain and needed somewhere temporary to stay. We are a family of 5, including 3 small children all under 8. Staff are genuinely welcoming, and the reception area is relatively clean and spacious, but to get to the apartment building was really annoying. You needed to go to the back of the building, exit a door to go OUTSIDE, cross a small lane, enter a back door to a building next door, use the elevators to your floor, before reaching your apartment.
The apartment itself was okay'ish. Very old fashioned 70s furniture, couch had a rip but the beds were comfortable. Hot water was plenty but the toilet flush was weak, and took about 5 minutes to 'fill up' before u could flush again.
The safe in our room was missing its key so we couldnt use it. The kitchen was very disappointing. I had to ask for them to bring up a toaster, kettle, pots and pans etc. They supplied me with a toaster which was broken because it ALWAYS burnt the toast u had to manually stop it otherwise it would scorch your bread , and they gave me two very large pots to use, and only one plastic ladel and a metal ladel.
No small No small pots or frying pan, no egg flipper or tongs, or wooden spoon. Was very hard to use the kitchen. There was only small teacups no mugs to make a coffee and NO teaspoons. There was also no bowls for cereal etc , and we had to ask on a separate occassion to bring a different power adapter so we could use the kettle and toaster.
The first night we were there, around 8. My husband ignored her, obviously not wanting to give her the wrong impression, but when he started to open our apartment door, she started to try and walk in with him, and he had to put up his hand and say stop, no no! Only then did she take the hint and walk away. But it happened again on the last nite we were there. It was around 9pm, and somebody rang the doorbell.