After an unexpected turn of events (nothing to do with the hotel), we came back to the hotel's restaurant at 10:15 pm on Saturday night, 9/20, hoping we could have a snack, even if not a full dinner. We were gruffly told the kitchen had closed -- there were other guests still talking over coffee/drinks -- and no offer was made to help us out (i.e. A cold dessert, bag of crisps, glass of milk, etc.). I opted to not explain to the woman the myriad options she could offer, if she were at all concerned with accommodating a guest, and instead we resigned ourselves to going to bed a little hungry! I would stay in the hotel, but steer clear of the restaurant in its entirety if you visit. (For background, I am 32 years old and have lived in Spain for 12 years: I have never seen a restaurant close so early on a Saturday night, nor do I have any problem communicating in Spanish. Nothing was lost in translation.)
The view from the room was breathtaking, and hearing the slow crash of the waves was fantastic. The hotel is on the beach, and an easy 10-minute walk to the historic town center and restaurants.