When we checked in we asked for our rooms to be upgraded to the sea view which they happily did. We paid 30 euros more a night per room for the upgrade which was well worth the view. The views are beautiful, the room is stocked with soaps, shaving kits, toothbrush and paste, etc. The room had a stocked refrigerator. The staff was friendly and helpful, providing us with lots of information about the sites in town and options to book tours, bus schedules, etc. The 11 euro breakfast was pricy, but great with many choices from meats, cheeses, cereal, breads, fruits, various juices, coffee and tea.
We had two rooms #24 and #28. Internet did not work at all in 28 which is the last room at the end of the hallway. Internet was great in room 24. Paying extra for the full English breakfast is not worth it. My biggest complaint is about the 3 hour tour we booked. There are various companies who provide tours, but the one the hotel suggests sells a 2 hour or a 3 hour tour. We paid for the 3 hour tour, but received a 2 hr 15 min tour. The tour itself is great, but what happened to the other 45 minutes we paid for? The hotel is a bit out of the way. You must take a bus or cab into town. The bus was a pain to take back at night. The hotel says to take the # 4 or 8 bus, but in town the locals and the bus driver says you can only take the #8 bus. Tried to get on several #8 buses only to be told "not the right #8 bus". Make sure you verify the bus is going to where you want regardless if it has the correct number.