The hotel’s actual name is Gran Melia Palacio de Isora (www.granmeliapalaciodeisora.com) and Sensatori is the thomson-owned part of this hotel. In other words, certain bedrooms are sensatori, a certain number of tables in the restaurant are allocated to Sensatori guests etc. Also within the hotel are Club Gran Melia guests (which I think must be the time-share/owner) sections. Club gran melia also have their own reserved areas by the pool etc etc. There are certain pools / sunbathing areas / restaurants / bars allocated to “adults only” and to “red-level” guests only (who presumably have paid more for this exclusivity). In other words, you are not going to a Thomson owned hotel. It is much more segregated in it’s set-up, but to be honest, it’s so big that I really did not feel like I was being excluded from anything particularly special. There was still plenty left for sensatori families like ourselves!
The Highlight was the Global Buffet at ultra-modern Pangea restaurant. Food was sumptuous and the variety was phenomenal… everything from pasta, seafood, salads and huge variety of deserts.
The Oasis Pool Grille had a laid-back informal vibe, and speciality here is Mediterranean food. Exclusive list of meat and fish dishes, and in winter they also have a hot stone menu.
Club Ocean, served Italian favourites in formal and elegant setting.
We also wanted to sample sushi and teppanyaki at Nami which was the Talk of the resort. We did have to pay a little extra but was worth every penny.
P.S.:Please do excuse me for the quality of few photographs because of lack of proper light.