Nice hotel close to the beach
Posted Nov 12, 2013
We drove in at night and the hotel was difficult to find at first, as the sat nav only guided us to the town centre and street names were impossible to find. Once there, it is easy enough to get in and out.
The breakfast was good with plenty of choice in hot and cold selections. However, if you are late then your choices are more limited as the buffet is not automatically topped up all the time.
Be aware that the beach is shingly and not fine sand. You have to pay 5 Euros a day to use the sun loungers and shades. This should be included in the rate.
Tip - Book your excursions from the travel shops in town, as the price is a lot cheaper than booking at the hotel.
The wifi signal in the room is very weak & we had to be in the lobby to be able to use it. You can only use it on one device at a time.
The studio room was very large, well furnished and had a balcony and a fully equipped kitchenette.
The bathroom let us down. Despite our best efforts we could not stop water getting on to the floor while showering. This was due to the positioning of the shower and the way the tub was laid out. There was also an unpleasant sewage smell in the bathroom as the waste drain pipe has a grilled opening right in the centre of the bathroom floor to allow the surface water to drain off.