The apartment was underground. There were patio doors, but they opened into an enclosed patio, very like a garage without a door on the front. There was only one other strip of a window in the bedroom. The apartment also had low energy bulbs which took an eternity to get bright. Even in the day time you needed to put all the lights on. The bathroom had no window and no working extractor. All in all it was like staying in a cave.
The kitchen was poorly equipped. There was no kettle or toaster. There was no oven or grill, only two electric rings, one of which we couldn't get to work. The kitchen was also very small and even though their were only two of us, there were only four cups, plates, knives, forks, etc.
There was a dishwasher, but there were not enough utensils, cutlery, crockery, saucepans, etc in the whole apartment if you used everything to fill it up.
The shower was fitted upside down, so hot was cold and cold was hot. You need to do it wrong in the first place to realise this of course. The shower tray was very low and the shower curtain couldn't go all the way across as the boxing for the vent was in the way, consequently the floor flooded when you had a shower. The floor towel couldn't mop it all up and therefore the bathroom was constantly wet and we couldn't even hang out the towel to dry.
The basin tap was the noisiest one we had ever heard and my husband is a plumber, so he has heard a lot of taps.
The apartment also had a staircase inside which led to the apartment above, presumably so that the resort can join two apartments together as a two or possible three bedroom unit. A very peculiar set up indeed. The door to the other apartment was locked, but it was like living in the same apartment as the people upstairs as you could hear every word they said.
There was a washing machine and I would usually use this, however there was nowhere to dry any clothes.
It was reasonably cheap