Very expensive. We stayed here last year and this year it was nearly
double the price (over £100 a night) not worth it. 100 euro deposit in
cash needed when we arrived, again, double what it was last year, and a
bit cheeky and unnecessary when they had 900 euros for the room, and my
credit card details!
We stayed for 6 days. The room was never cleaned in that time, most days (not every day) the sheet was tidied on the bed (not changed) but that was it. We had to ask for towels and toilet rolls, and complimentary toiletries were never replenished. The room looked a little shabby and could do with being repainted and minor repairs. We also had no remote for the fan so could not turn it on.
The hotel don't have a 24 hour reception which means you have to take your key to the festival which is annoying (for the price and for the sake of 4 days I think they could have 24 hours reception). Also, it meant people were letting their friends in who weren't even staying at the hotel and this was noisy at times (despite being unsecure).
The wifi is poor, doesn't work in the rooms at all, only in the lobby and even then its very slow at times.
Staff seemed overly eager to please, so despite speaking very little english they would agree to anything you said even though it became clear they didn't understand. This quickly becomes frustrating and it would be much better if they had just admitted they didn't understand, and told us when someone who did would be there.
Could be a very nice hotel if it were better organised, rooms were redecorated and it made some other minor changes. I would consider staying here again but it would need to be much more affordable to make the service they offer worth it.
The rooms are nice enough, they are a good size and fairly comfortable.
The location is good for the festival (about 20 mins walk through the
town), beach and the town. Staff tried hard to be helpful and they did
employ an English speaking person for the festival.