Le Dauphin Hotel (Fort Dauphin, Madagascar)
Le Dauphin Hotel, Port Dauphin, South Madagascar Our flight back from Fort Dauphin was due to leave at about 7am and so this would have meant leaving Berenty at 1am and driving the four and a half hours along a really awful road so that we would be there to check in two hours before the flight. We asked our guide about this ... and they contacted the tour company and changed it so that we had two nights at Berenty and one in this hotel in Fort Dauphin. It was not difficult as the same people owned both places and there an available room fortunately .
Having had two nights at Berenty and knowing it was the same owner we didn't have very high expectations for the hotel .Our driver dropped us at the front door and pointed us in the direction of Reception. A man came from the hotel and grabbed our bags and we followed him in.
The lady in reception greeted us with a lovely welcoming smile and asked us how we had enjoyed Berenty. She told us that we were on breakfast and dinner included but would have to pay for drinks and lunch which we did know but nice to have it confirmed. She also told us that our flight time had been changed and now the car would collect us from this hotel at 6.30am so we would actually be able to have breakfast before we left which was a bonus.
She explained that breakfast was in this part of the hotel but lunch and dinner were in another part of the hotel just down the road. She then took us and showed us our room which was actually right next to the reception area so not too far to walk in the early morning.
Just in front of the sliding doors into the room was a small a patio area which looked out onto the lovely tropical gardens. There was a really comfortable sofa with sponge base and big cushions behind. My husband enjoyed a little siesta there in the afternoon while I wrote a few reviews.
The room was not huge but was quite big enough for the night. We had a large double bed with three pillows. The bed was made with white cotton sheets, a blanket and a quilted bed cover in a dark burgundy. As the rooms were all open when we arrived I peeked in a couple and they all had different coloured bed covers but were otherwise pretty similar.
A round table and one chair allowed me to plug in my laptop and sit to type. All that was on the table as we arrived was a large lamp with a ceramic base and raffia shade. Behind me on the wall as I sat at the table was a book shelf, empty apart from a silk orchid, an ash tray and an empty photo frame. A fridge stands on a wooden stand but when I opened it I found that it was not really cold at all and when I went to ask at reception about the prices I discovered that it was a mini bar and the prices were higher than at the restaurant so we bought our water from there instead.
We had an air conditioner in the room which we hoped to use at night but during the day there was a lovely breeze going through from the back window to the open sliding doors at the front. These were very nice and gave a great view of the garden but did of course mean that anyone passing has a good view of us in the room too. The window at the back had no bars and we were on the ground floor so it was definitely going to be shut in the night.
This was not huge but adequate and clean and far more modern that those at Berenty. The toilet was newish looking, the basin has a unit around it and two towels were under the sink on a shelf, white and okay, not thick and fluffy but okay. There was a proper shower cubicle with doors. We were only given a small simple soap and nothing else and of course there was no hair dryer either.
The hanging space was in the bathroom behind the door as was the safe. When we arrived it was open but in the lock position so we had to go and ask for it to be sorted at the Reception desk. A man came within minutes and left us the key which sorted the problem.
When we arrived after our long drive from Berenty we had only had our bread and jam breakfast so we both fancied something to eat and a cold drink. We headed to the hotel next door and found a lovely big bar and on the other side a nice restaurant which looked out onto really pretty gardens. We had a bit of a walk around and found that there was a pool but that it was empty which seemed strange.
We were asked if we wanted to sit inside or out and we chose outside which was on a sort of patio overlooking the garden. We ordered cold water and cold beer and then studied the menu more closely. It was positively exciting to have so much choice. We could have had sandwiches, pizza, three course meals and there were some Malagasy dishes. We always like to try local food so we chose two dishes from those.
My husband had a zebu (beef) and ginger stew dish with rice which he said was very tasty and the meat really well cooked and tender. Mine was a local fish cooked in coconut milk which again came with rice. Rice is the main staple in the country and is grown in many areas throughout Madagascar and we saw a number of padi fields near Antananarivo and also on the drive between Fort dauphin and Berenty. My fish was obviously a large fish as it was almost meat like tuna and the sauce was very tasty.
We hadn't realised that the dinner menu was the same as the lunch special menu and so unfortunately my husband had chosen a dish from the special menu and the other dish was prawns which he can't eat so he had the same meal for dinner as lunch, I chose the same dish as it was the nicest on that menu. The food was much better than at their other hotel in Berenty where we had stayed for two nights before this and the service was polite and friendly.
There were lovely gardens and walking around we found a large swimming pool but it was empty. I don't know if this was a temporary thing or if they planned to refill it but it seemed a shame. We spent a while wandering around the grounds exploring and had planned to have a look around Port Dauphin but we seemed to be a fair way out of the town and this would have meant a taxi ride and we were not really sure what there was to see anyway . We chose to spend the afternoon relaxing and reading in the garden area which was most pleasant after all the walking we had been doing in the last couple of weeks.
We attempted to shut up the room and pointed the remote at the air conditioner and sadly nothing happened. We then remembered that we had had the small table fan pointed out to us on arrival. We put this on and indeed it blew hard across us in bed. It was not entirely pleasant to be blown at all night but the choice was that or bake as we had to have the back window shut as we were on the ground floor and backing on the a very dodgy looking piece of ground. The front of the room was one large sliding door so that also had to be shut for security so we really had little choice.
We had to get up quite early for our journey to the airport so I got up first to use the shower. I fiddled with the taps for ages and couldn't get any cold water. The result was an extremely speedy and rather hot wash of the essential bits and certainly no hair wash. About twenty minutes after we discovered this staff arrived with buckets of water and told us that they had no water in the hotel there was some problem. Luckily we had had a shower the night before and were not too dirty. We also knew we were flying back to Antananarivo and were booked in to the Tamboho hotel which was lovely so we not too bothered.
This was in a lovely room in our part of the hotel so very modern with nice views of the gardens. We were welcomed by the young girl there and shown to a table. She asked whether we wanted tea or coffee and then popped off to return with some fruit juice, our tea and coffee as well as French bread, a plate of fresh fruit and also some croissants. It was a pretty basic continental breakfast but at least we got some fresh fruit and juice with our French bread and jam.
We were next to the Reception area so we pulled our cases into the lobby and sat to wait for the car to the airport. As we had paid for our meal, not used the mini bar and everything else was included we just handed our key back in and that was all done.
WOULD I RECOMMEND?
Yes it was a very nice clean and comfortable hotel in lovely grounds but a little way out of the town. That may or may not have been a good thing as I do not know what was in the town and if that would have given you choices in places to eat. Judging by some of the other small towns in Madagascar I would think this unlikely but I may be wrong.
There were things that needed sorting out such as ensuring the air conditioners worked as a table fan is not great blowing at you next to the bed. The water problem may or may not have been their fault; it might have been a problem with water supply in the town. The rooms were nice and clean and fresh looking. The little patio areas in front of the rooms with a sofa to sit on was really nice as it was a comfortable place to sit and read. The food was all pretty good, the prices of the food and drink were reasonable and the staff were all lovely, friendly, smiling and helpful.
This deserves three and a half stars so i have gone for four stars.
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Monte Da Quinta Hotel Suites (Monte Da Quinta, Portugal)
My boyfriend and I stayed in this hotel in September 2010 for 10 nights. We booked it as part of a package with Easyjet which consisted of flights & B&B accommodation in the Monte Da Quinta suites. The holiday was discounted by 30% on the Easyjet website which made it good value. The prices vary depending on what time of year you ... want to go and how far in advance you actually book. As an example if you were to go in September 2012 it would cost roughly Euro179 per night at full price value for two people.
Despite booking through Easyjet I sent the hotel an email a few weeks before our arrival date just to check the booking was in place and they were expecting us. I got a quick email back confirming the booking which put my mind at rest. This was just the start of the very good impression the hotel made on me.
The hotel is located within the Quinta Do Lago complex which is a huge man-made area consisting of hotels, private villas, a beach and a few bars and restaurants. The beach has a special section reserved for Monte Da Quinta guests which entitled guests to free sunbeds. I think some guests might find the resort slightly fake looking but this didn't particularly bother us. I enjoy modern surroundings and would rather stay somewhere like this and travel out to see the 'real Algarve' during the day.
The area appeared to be well guarded by resort security, although I felt this was more a measure to keep unruly guests under control than preventing outsiders from coming in!! Despite this we always found it easy to get in and out of the resort which appeared to be very open. Perhaps if one tried to enter the resort late at night there may have been some questioning. The resort had a central area which comprised a few bars and restaurants, as well as a small supermarket. We shopped here once but found the prices to be outrageous, so from then on bought anything we needed from a cheaper supermarket in nearby town Almancil.
**Hotel & Rooms**
When we entered the hotel we were greeted by a vast spacious lobby area where a helpful receptionist took our details and explained how to locate the room. We had a suite on the ground floor looking out onto the gardens. The suites are beautiful, all furnishings are very modern and new looking and the rooms are well appointed and practical.
The bedroom consisted of a double bed, dressing table with stool, television and separate chair. The bed was comfortable and everything in the room looked modern and stylish. There was an 'in-between' space joining the bedroom and ensuite bathroom. In here was a huge wardrobe with plenty of hangers and a long wall mirror so you could see your entire outfit before going out. There was also an electronic safe in the bedroom which was free to use. This was very reassuring as I usually end up locking passports/money etc in my suitcase which is a bit risky! The safe was easy to use and we never had any problems with it. Because we were on the ground floor we had a terrace rather than a balcony - yet this was still very private and the garden area it looked onto was quiet making it very relaxing. On the terrace there were 2 comfortable modern chairs and a table which was all we needed to sit outside and have a drink and play cards.
The kitchen contained all the features we needed to make basic lunches which were all we required as we ate out in the evening. Having said that the kitchen would be quite sufficient for making evening meals as there was an oven, 4 hobs, microwave and every kitchen accessory you could possibly need, plus plenty of crockery and cutlery. All was of good quality. We also had a small dishwasher and full size fridge which was perfect for storing drinks and sun creams.
There were 2 bathrooms although we only really used the ensuite, the shower was powerful and the water was always hot. There was a bath in the en-suite however we didn't use this. We were impressed by the heated mirror in the bathroom which meant it never steamed up! There was also a host of complimentary toiletries, bathrobes and slippers for us both which was a really nice touch.
We also had a living room area consisting of a dining table with 6 chairs, 2 sofas, coffee table and television. We didn't particularly use this area too much but it was a nice place to chill out if we fancied some chill time indoors. The television was a huge flat screen and although we didn't use it too much we found there were plenty of channels in English and also noticed there was a DVD player attached for anyone who remembers to bring films or cds.
The rooms were air-conditioned with a unit you could control yourself. The air-conditioning worked very well, even leaving us cold on some occasions. The weather was very hot and so air-conditioning was a must and we were pleased that it worked so well. The rooms were cleaned daily and all sheets / towels changed. It was clear that the cleaners were doing a very good job in the rooms and the rest of the hotel as everything was always spotless. The cleaners were also very discrete and only visited when we were out, therefore we never actually saw them! It is a pet hate of mine when cleaners come barging into your room while you are either still in bed / in the shower etc!
The service in the hotel was perfect, there was always a staff presence when required yet it never felt over-crowded with staff so was just right. We only communicated with the reception staff during check in and departure yet found them to be well presented, polite and efficient. All staff members at the poolside, hotel bar, restaurant etc followed suit.
We went for breakfast every morning and I can say it is the best buffet breakfast I have ever had. There was so much choice, I tended to have cereal & toast followed by fruit with yoghurt. But we did also try the cooked English breakfast and some of the delicious pastries! We were always shown immediately to a table and there was never any waiting. The tables were always set and tidy looking when we sat down. Neither of us drink tea or coffee yet we were always offered this by the various staff members.
We spent a couple of afternoons at the hotel pool, we soon noticed the fact that the Suites pool was very busy and most sunbeds were taken very early on. So we ventured out to the Monte da Quinta club pool which was a 10 minute walk away. This pool area was much quieter and became our pool of choice for the holiday! The sunbeds are very comfortable and towels were available from the poolside staff. We mainly drank water so carried bottles with us most days, but on one occasion we fancied a Coke so ordered from the poolside bar - when I was given the bill for Euro10.00 I thought there had been a mistake and asked the waiter to clarify that we hadn't ordered any alcohol with the cokes - it transpired however that a regular coke was Euro5.00 a glass!! I thought this was ridiculous and vowed never to buy a drink from the pool bar again!!
Despite our shock at the poolside drinks prices we often went to the main lobby bar for cocktails. The waiter on this bar was very friendly and the cocktails, although not cheap, were definitely worth it : ) There was a wide variety of cocktail choices and all were well made with decent ingredients and nice glasses (rather than those horrible 'cordial' style cocktails served in plastic cups!!) There was plenty of seating in the bar area both inside and out and it was never particularly busy.
A hire car is a must when staying in this area as there isn't any particular public transport to speak of. However taxis can be booked via the hotel. We hired a car from the airport for the full duration of our stay. We ventured out to most nearby villages and could do so at our own leisure. We also used the hire car to find restaurants, we ate out at various restaurants in the surrounding area & the neighbouring Vale do Lobo resort. On our final night we ate at 'Casa do Lago' which we had heard great things about. It is within the Quinta do Lago resort and certainly didn't disappoint. It was one of the best meals I have ever had and I would definitely recommend it!
We parked our hire car in the hotel car park which is beneath the hotel. This was always straightforward and was also free of charge. We never had a problem finding a space as the car park was large, and the spaces were of a good size. There was a choice of either a lift or staircase to get from the car-park back to the hotel lobby.
The whole hotel is really nicely decorated featuring unique original art works which were labelled showing information of their origin. Therefore going for a stroll down the hotel corridors was actually like looking round an art gallery!
We weren't aware of any evening entertainment, but this didn't bother us as we were out most nights and preferred to relax quietly when in the hotel. Speaking of relaxation we did visit the hotel spa a couple of times. It is amazing and like a proper spa with various features within such as steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi and a large indoor pool. I was so impressed that access to the spa was complimentary to hotel guests, as I would probably pay up to £80 for a spa experience day like that here in the UK! There was an option to book spa treatments and a price list for this was located in our room.
We also made use of the hotel gym on one occasion. This was a light airy studio with mirrored walls and roughly 20 cardio machines, a wide selection of free weights and some floor equipment (exercise balls, mats etc) The gym area was well air-conditioned and had a friendly attendant who appeared to be a sports specific staff member as we witnessed him helping other guests use equipment and recommending work out programs.
Overall we thoroughly enjoyed this fantastic hotel and would highly recommend it!
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Hotel Villa del Mar (Benidorm, Spain)
Following the complete lack of summer this year in Scotland, I decided to book a short break to Spain at fairly short notice, travelling with my sister and my daughter in October. I was pretty sure I wanted to go to Benidorm as many of the Spanish resorts close down towards the end of that month whereas Benidorm is open all year round. I ... had initially planned to book at hotel in the new town but my sister was intrigued by reviews on Trip Advisor for the Villa del Mar hotel which was available within our budget and was very highly rated.
The reviews swayed me a bit too, so I decided to book the break at the hotel, despite the fact I was completely unfamiliar with both the hotel itself and where it was located.
Benidorm has two large beaches, with Levante being the most popular, and Poniente being larger, but generally quieter. The beaches are separated by the old town and the Hotel Villa del Mar is located just past the old town at the start of Poniente beach.
The hotel is located right on the beach front, with only a fairly quiet road keeping it from the beach itself. Round here the promenade has recently been renovated, and this enables you to take a long walk past the beach if getting sand in your shoes isn't your thing.
I think it's worth saying before I go any further with this review that the rooms at this hotel don't have balconies. This is one of the first things you notice when you approach the hotel, along with the stylish use of blue on the exterior of the hotel. Any reputable travel agent will point out the lack of balconies - and pictures do make it very clear there are none - but if a balcony is important to you, then this might be a deal breaker.
The hotel has four stars and the lobby, which is airy if not particularly large, is manned 24 hours per day. The bar and restaurant area are located to the right of the reception desk and there are internet terminals and seating on the left hand side which is also where the hotel's two lifts are located.
Unlike other hotels I have stayed at in Benidorm, the Villa del Mar isn't massive and only has 108 rooms. Generally I don't mention how many rooms there are in a hotel when I review it but I think it's worth mentioning here because larger hotels in Benidorm and other Spanish resorts can sometimes feel impersonal.
When we arrived the reception was only manned by one member of staff and he was very busy meaning we had a bit of a wait. When he did serve us he took copies of our passports and then prepared the room keys for us. We were staying on an all-inclusive basis so needed a key each to access food and drink. Some hotels I have stayed at have been reluctant to give my daughter a key but the Villa del Mar weren't so patronising.
We were given a written guide of the hotel facilities including restaurant opening times and given some information about where the pool was located and where to find out about entertainment in the property.
The Villa del Mar was completely renovated in 2010 and the attention to detail in the renovation is to be admired. When you exit the lift the corridor on your floor will be dark but the lights are activated by movement, ensuring you don't stay in the dark for long.
Rooms either have a pool view or a sea view. Sea view rooms have Jacuzzis in them but I preferred to opt for a pool view room as they have more space for three travellers. The doors to the rooms are quite narrow but the rooms themselves are incredibly spacious - as one would expect from a four star hotel - and featured a large double bed which was, in typical Spanish style, formed from two single beds pushed together, and a white faux leather sofa bed.
There is a plasma TV on the wall, a shelf for storing suitcases, a desk and chair and a large wardrobe which also houses a chest of drawers and a safe. There is also a fridge in the room.
If you want to use the safe it costs Euro3 per day. I did have issues with the safe in our room for two days running with the PIN code I had set on the electronic keypad not being recognised. I called reception and maintenance were at my room within five minutes to fix it.
The bathroom is equally spacious and while there's no walk in shower, the shower in the bath is fantastic and offers several options including multi directional jets of water. There are two wash hand basins and there's also a line to use to dry your swimsuit which stretches from one end of the bath to the other. There is a glass shower screen which unfortunately didn't quite catch all the water splashing around the edge so you do have to ensure you use the bathmat provided.
When we arrived we had no problems finding space for our clothes clothes etc and the only problem we had was the fact the sofa bed hadn't been made up but a quick call to reception sorted this out in a matter of minutes. The bed was really comfortable and my daughter had no complaints about the sofa bed either. The beds have one long pillow each and several cushions so we felt no need to ask for extra pillows.
All rooms have air conditioning and having stayed in several hotels over the years which have installed noisy systems I have to commend the Villa del Mar for spending the money on installing a system which is both quiet and effective.
Maid service was very good with our rooms cleaned to a very high standard each day. The maids were very friendly too.
Because we stayed on an all-inclusive basis we used the hotel restaurant extensively. All meals are served buffet style but there is always a chef on hand to cook meals to order if required. This is a nice touch because it caters to guests who have specific food intolerances and also enables families to request more basic meals for fussy children. The hotel staff are happy to stress they will cater to all tastes and actively encourage guests to take advantage of the chefs.
The restaurant isn't particularly large but apart from one day we never had any problems finding somewhere decent to sit. Breakfast comprises of pastries, breads, cold meat and cheeses, fruit and cooked items. The bacon isn't brilliant - sadly it never is in Spanish hotels - but the chef will cook eggs any way you want them and the sausages were appreciated by my fussy daughter. My only gripe was rather than present hash browns or even some patatas bravas for breakfast, chips were served.
Lunch and dinner always offered several types of prepared salad along with a huge array of items to make your own including cheeses, fish and meat, along with a choice of 8 or so hot dishes. Fish, as is the norm in Spain, featured prominently at every meal but pasta was served at each meal with a selection of sauces on offer. Waiting staff would take orders for drinks almost as soon as you sat down.
I really enjoyed the food here and didn't find the food particularly samey. The soups in particular were lovely and even though I whinged a bit about the chips earlier I have to say that they were excellent - perhaps because they weren't actually frozen before being cooked.
There was also a small display of "gourmet" food which was actually a small tapas selection available at each lunch and dinner. This varied from duck pate to a shot of gazpacho and was always worth checking out.
There was always a good selection of desserts, with some of the cakes in particular being works of art, and a very good range of fruit, mousses and ice cream.
The food was almost without exception piping hot and the waiting staff ensured dirty plates were removed quickly and the entire restaurant remained spotlessly clean at all times.
Bars & Entertainment
There are three bars in the hotel but during my stay I only got drinks at two. The main bar is located beside the restaurant and most of the seating is located outside the front of the hotel - which is fine on a balmy day but not quite so good when it rains. To be fair, it's still under cover but on a windy day it can be uncomfortable to sit here.
The best bar in the hotel however is in the Chill Out Zone, which is located on the roof of the hotel. This bar has pretty limited opening hours unfortunately, only being available for use between 11.00 am and 2.00 pm and opening up again at 4.00 pm until 9.00 pm. Along with the bar and some tables and sofas, there are also some loungers and it goes without saying that this was a favoured spot for sun worshippers.
The best time to visit however is for sunset and we thoroughly enjoyed a cocktail as we watched the sun slowly set over Poniente beach.
Finally there is a "disco" style bar in the basement of the hotel and it's here there is some entertainment laid on. Entertainment is pretty basic however and we only visited to play a game of bingo one night which was interesting due to the hotel entertainer struggling with numbers in English. The hotel caters to a lot of Spanish guests and we were the only Brits joining in but we had great fun and some of the Spanish guests helped our erstwhile bingo caller when he struggled with his English. The bar wasn't open when we visited but it does open when there is live music.
~~Pool & Spa~~
The pool is a little remote from the rest of the hotel and you do have a bit of a walk upstairs to reach it. There is a lift for disabled guests too. The pool is covered at all times, with loungers dotted around the area outside. It is heated in winter and I can only surmise the reason for it being covered is to enable it to be used all year round.
There are no toilets by the pool and there is no bar either, meaning you have quite a bit of a walk from the pool if you need these facilities. To be honest I can see why the rooftop chill out area is so popular with sun worshippers because the pool area, although beautifully designed, isn't the best in town. There are beds you can lie on which are in the water and are ideal if you want to cool down without having a swim.
It is worth reiterating the fact that the beach is so close to the hotel however and this perhaps explains why the pool area doesn't have much in the way of facilities.
The water was pretty cold when we visited but my daughter had a great time splashing around once she warmed up while I sat on the beds watching her. There is a small gym located close to the pool too which has treadmills and cross trainers.
There is also a small childrens' pool one level down from the main pool and this also has a small climbing area and some ping pong tables. There is also a soft play area for smaller children in the basement and there are regular mini discos held here along with other activities for them.
The hotel spa is located on the 9th floor beside the roof terrace and is home to the best Jacuzzi I have ever visited. The Jacuzzi overlooks the chill out bar and the view extends to the beach and out to sea. There is a small bubble pool which is filled with cold water, and personally I ignored, but the main Jacuzzi pool is huge and has space for several people to comfortably use at a time. When I went I was on my own and for me this offered the most relaxing experience of my holiday, helped along by delicate mood lighting and ambient music.
I have to say I absolutely loved the Hotel Villa del Mar and I can now see why it is rated so highly on Trip Advisor.
The hotel staff are incredibly helpful and friendly and go out of their way to ensure any problems are dealt with swiftly. Eduardo, the hotel manager, makes a point of introducing himself to guests and wants to know of any problems they may have. Reception staff were without exception friendly and helpful and the one thing that struck me during my stay was how customer focused this hotel is.
I've stayed in several all-inclusive hotels in the past and they have all offered cheap local spirits and insisted guests could only have a set number of meals. This wasn't the case at the Villa del Mar, with branded spirits being served and the staff cheerfully informing us we could have lunch and drinks after we had checked out and had time to kill waiting for our transfer back to the airport. It's touches like this which I really appreciate and it sets the Villa del Mar above chains I have stayed in before.
My only real gripe about the hotel isn't actually something that is their fault and that is the fact it wasn't really good for my daughter. The hotel is great for families with younger children, couples and more mature guests who really do just want to chill out and just relax but for teenagers it loses points because the area is rather quiet. Even the old town didn't have much to offer her in the way the more brash new town does.
The hotel is part of the Magic hotel group and you can take advantage of all inclusive in their sister properties in town and perhaps the entertainment may have been better there had we visited one. There are two hotels in the old town which are a short walk away.
The hotel does have wifi available in the lobby and it is free - which softens the blow a bit when you have internet obsessed daughter and the computer terminals in the lobby want Euro2 for half an hour online - but that's was the only entertainment my daughter seemed interested in unfortunately.
Overall however I really loved this hotel and felt we got great value for money. The rack rate for a pool view room staying all inclusive is Euro71.25 which I feel for the level of service on offer is wonderful.
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