I'd say breakfast was not lavish but quite enough to start the day. We stayed 10 days and pretty much were quite OK with breakfast. Different sorts of bread available, sausages, boiled eggs, sliced cheese, several types of corn flakes, juice, milk, some desserts and sweets, fruits.
But if you are used to staying in hotels 3++ and higher, don't expect here to have an omlette cooked for you and a large cheese plate with all kinds of soft and hard cheese sorts or ten types of sausages.
I would recommend the hotel to have larger size teacups (they have the same size cups for tea and coffee, and the cups are quite small, so I had to walk constantly for a hot water refill). I would also recommend to enlarge the selection of tea, as only one type was available.
It is a really comfortable hotel, I do strongly recommend, and I am usually quite picky in terms of accommodation. But it was a good choice.
Location: If you want to have a quiet sleep at night and still to be very close to the beach - this is your place. If you stay in Paralia at the front line hotels it will be too loud at night, and staying in the Strass is just the right mixture between center location and quietness.
Bed is quite comfortable, I am sensitive about it, but no complaints whatsoever. Room had a nice spacious balcony with a table and a couple of chairs, so quite enjoyable for resting in the evening.
Staff was very friendly.
Rooms are very new and very clean, quite spacious and with enough closets to accomodate all your clothes if you travel heavy.
Another good thing is that they also sell some unique and super cool olive oil at the hotel which you can't find in other regular stores in the town. And that oil tastes damn good!!!
Overall, the hotel provides excellent money/ value ratio and there will be no regrets if you choose this hotel for whatever travel purpose you have.