Overpriced for what it is
Posted Nov 8, 2016
Ok, so its not a bad hotel. It has certain design features that are interesting. The dining room has a nice stone wall.
I enjoyed the rainfall showerhead with tons of water. I found the sliding door design in bathroom interesting. As far as rooms go, I've seen bigger. This one looks minimalist.
They did upgrade me to a king sized bed for free since we were in low season.
The cleanliness of the bathroom wasn't impeccable so i took out a few stars. Its mostly a design problem with the sliding door track that had grunge in it. Also, the toilet floor had visible humidity traces in the corner due to the shower having an adjacent wall. For a hotel to get 5 stars it needs to be over and above whats out there. I imagine if you're comparing to the small rooms most of Spain has to offer then the Olivia is nice but if you've traveled anywhere and been in 300$ CDN dollars/night rooms before, you will come across nicer.