We just stayed here for 2 nights - approach to the place was easy and we lucked out in that one of the two parking slots in front of the hotel was always available when we put in - no doubt this is due to the fact that we were still in off-season, even though on the Pentecost weekend. The hotel and rooms are certainly dated, but still provide a very acceptable level of accomodation. As customary to this part of the world, a very mini elevator is provided, good for 2 people or one person plus luggage,which definitely beats schlepping up the furniture. Everything is immaculately clean, the location of the hotel right at the water's edge, a few steps from some very good restaurants, is definitely a drawing point. Our small room was comfortable, the elaborate shower runs very well and the counterspace at the sink is quite generous. The bedroom, shower room and separate toilet have a wood flooring, there is a small but sufficient desk with 2 powerpoints for recharging equipment. Sufficient closet space and a built-in safe round out the provisions - but there is no mini-bar or refrigerator. Our seaview room gave us just that, a nice view onto the harbor. The continental breakfast was quite elaborate and very much sufficient. The reception personnel were very friendly and happy to assist with questions on sightseeing and dining. Really nothing to complain, so just hop down here and enjoy!