Tired and not for the young!
Posted Jul 10, 2016
This hotel is by no means 4 star and I think you would be pushing it to say it's even 3 star. The rooms are tired and the hotel is dated and it is in huge need of a make over. The gym, which is situated underneath a swimming pool absolutely stank and was basically unusable due to the roof leaking. The rooms are small and dark and the balconies tired and unwelcoming. The bathrooms were clean but again, tired, rust around the plug hole and the hairdryer has no power (so pack your own)! They say you cannot reserve sun beds, this is not true, by 9am all the beds were reserved with towels. The pool areas are all chlostrophobic with enforced shade in the form of cemented in umbrellas so if you like to get the sun it's almost impossible. The hotel is not on the beach like the photos show (well not a usable beach) but there is a nice beach 500 meters away which is €12 euros for 2 sun beds all day and this would be my recommendation if you don't want someone sitting on top of you. I like an array of food and can eat at Michelin star restaurants and McDonald's alike so the one thing I will say about this hotel is that the food is very nice and there is plenty to choose from.
The staff were friendly enough but for me, being in my early 30s I would not stay here again. It was full of much older people, to the extent that they Had a mobility scooter charging area in the reception area.
Disappointed with what could be an amazing hotel in a great location!