There are very few vegetarian/vegan options in the "a la carte" menu and we were unlucky that the only viable option was just not available on that evening, not a deal breaker though.
Wireless was only available in the reception area and some of the restaurants, but is a big property and did not expect it everywhere anyway.
Let me be straight: it was my first "all inclusive" experience. And it was a great one, the hotel does all to keep you there. All meals are "buffet" type but with a lot of selections, English/Irish as well as European cuisine is catered for. There are 3 "a la carte" restaurants (try to book early) and one can have a free evening in each of them, basically feel a bit pampered with an "a la carte" menu. Pools are ok (water was a bit cold in April, still doable though) kids and teens looked happy and content there. All in all, if all I am looking for is to lay by the pool, enjoy the sun and limitless supply of nice drinks, is the place to be. They even have on site SCUBA diving, I didn't know and I booked one with a nearby centre, however, I saw a lot of happy and smiley families going for their first dive with the hotel's instructors.