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.
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.)