A major negative can be disturbed sleep. Doors to the rooms are not sound-proof and they have a panel of frosted glass and noisy locks which often are difficult to operate and therefore which have to be repeatedly rattled. Thus when guests in a neighbouring room return at 2am maybe, the automatic lights come on and one's room becomes filled with light, returning guests are laughing and chattering and there is a clattering of door-locks. This can be repeated as other guests return. On our last night a male staffer was a chief offender as he socialised with guests or friends and for good measure he turned the main lights on for half an hour or so, vividly lighting our room. Also the walls are not sound-proof enough to stop one hearing the couple in the next room having an argument - and through the ceiling one can hear a child playing with marbles. The mattress was hard too, so that didn't help the sleep issue.
There is no safe in the room.
We found it unusual that our passports were retained by management (in an insecure drawer) until after the bill was paid. And that we were "encouraged" to pay early with cash.
In our view, the negatives far outweigh the positives.
The position is OK ,with a 5 minute walk over a hill to the centre. Our room was one with a good sea view. Breakfasts are of very good quality and some items vary daily. The housekeeping is good. Full marks to the women involved in this side of things.