It seems that for most of this gallery I have been talking about food and restaurants. To a certain degree and even though we golfed every other day, took two tours, went to a flea market and walked to a plaza every other day, there was not a lot to do. So eating and the quality of the restaurants took on disproportionate importance in terms of something to do. And it was the major topic of conversation around the hotel. All the talk was positive and those with more experience than us declared that the food was the best they had ever had at an all-inclusive. Las Hadas is four and a half stars and, apparently, the higher the number of stars the better the food. In other words, the star ranking system is more reflective of the food quality than the condition of the hotel.