Food for all inclusive guests was distinctly average (although al-la carte looked better), very much cafeteria style buffet, & the out of meal time food available to eat for all-inclusive people to eat consists of pretty stale bread with either a slice of ham, or cheese in it - no butter, no mayo or anything. There was a salad box so I just went for that.
Barstaff did live up to previous reviews and very much try to ignore you a lot of the time - noticeably more attentive to larger groups & paying guests.
Don't expect a huge courtyard, it is quite small, & unfortunately didn't seem to spend much time in direct sunlight - if you looking to enjoy the weather best sitting out front or going to the beach, which admittedly is 100yards away!
"Health centre" is a joke, sauna was colder than the outside, spa water temperature same as the pool outside, Steam room good but the exercise equipment consisted of treadmill, few freeweights and a cable machine.
Wifi was really very good - could even pick it up on portions of the beach.
Beds were very soft and comfortable.
Great that the beach is so close - makes up for the fact the pool spends most of the day in the shade (or it did in late September).
This is best for somebody/small group who are aiming to probably go out and about during the day, as there isnt really much to do in Porto Cristo.