The air conditioning in the rooms did not work. No AC in the corridors, lobby or restaurant. It felt like we were in a giant hot greenhouse. Food was of low quality, as were all other elements of the gloriously advertised "Ultra All Inclusive" deal. The restaurant of this hotel is inadequately sized, incapable of accommodating more than a third of the hotel's guests at a time, which resulted in an overcrowded and stressful atmosphere.
The advertised free parking lot consists of 20 parking spots next to the hotel, which were occupied permanently. I was forced to pay extra for a parking spot 3 km away from the hotel, to which they take you by an old golf cart. However, if you come back after 21.00 there is noone to pick u up and you have to walk all the way to the hotel.
Azalia is the first supposedly 4-star hotel, which charged me for WiFi as slow as the dial-up connections from the 90's. The staff was not service-minded at all. They gave us no information about the services we had payed for. The majority of the guests were noisy Romanian and Russian families who got up as early as 06.00 to reserve most deck chairs on the beach just by covering them with their beach towels. If you arrive at 9.00 you would wander desperately amongst a multitude of empty, but "occupied" chairs and consider yourself lucky if you get a spot.
Good view from the balconies, good location directly on the shore. Ok level of cleanliness in the rooms. The only acceptable food item offered as a part of the "Ultra All Inclusive" deal were the pancakes at breakfast, cooked on the spot, if you are patient enough to queue for them together with a hoard of hungry kids and mothers in the suffocating heat of an overcrowded restaurant with no AC.