Shower piping was a bit old, when we took a shower the floor got very wet. We heard a lot of wind sounds bouncing off the building at night. We went to the beach once, but because the sand is black, it is very uncomfortable to get around, felt the bottom of our feet burnt off, not the hotel's fault, it's just the nature of being near a black beach. The sea is excellent though if you can survive the walk over.
There are about 5 suites, so the accommodation is fairly small, you feel personal service when you are there. The hotel has a public pool (well people need to pay a fee to use it) and bar that other people can use, but it was never very crowded and everything closed down at 6pm, so it felt very homey in the evening coming back to peace and quite. Each suite had it's own pool. We stayed in Room 2 (studio), which had a terrace with 2 lounge chairs, table with 2 sitting chairs, and a build in sofa in the shade outside. Inside there was a very big bed, a sofa and coffee table, a small room with a single bed off in the back and a writing desk. Service was just a dial away for food, water, and drinks. It was SO relaxing. You order breakfast the night before and it arrives at your designated time to enjoy on your terrace. We stayed in July and it was very hot. So we would tan out for a hour or so in the morning, jump in the pool and after drying off hiding in the shade. The accommodation has it's own beach area with it's lounge chairs and umbrellas. which is a right across from the bar. Our suite was spacious, beds were pretty firm and comfy. Air conditioner was a life saver, worked very well, but a bit noisy at night. All the staff are lovely and very eager to help.