Some of the guests obviously didn't understand the action of queuing at the buffet at breakfast & evening mealtimes.
It was slightly 'tribal' as large groups of Brits, Germans, & Spanish tended to stay in their ethnic groups.
Also, some of the dishes offered for the evening meal were slightly weird.
You can't take your own drinks into the restraurant, as the wine waiter will let you know in no uncertain terms.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Tagomago & will return.
This is a quiet hotel, close enough to San Antonio town, without being noisy.
The clientele are almost all mature couples, thus making this an ideal place for us.
The hotel is clean, quiet & friendly. It has a good pool, easy access to two local beaches & the rooms are comfortable & air conditioned.
The staff are lovely, & they always engaged us in conversation, enjoying our feeble attempts at Spanish conversation. The desk staff are efficient & nothing is too much trouble.
The hotel has undergone a recent refurbishment & the result is excellent.
Without wishing to be a killjoy, it's not overrun by youngsters intent on clubbing & drinking. There are loads of hotels in San Antonio aimed at that market, & we felt quite sorry for those youngsters who had booked this hotel.