Arrived at the Valentin Star at 11pm, took a while to find it having never visited the resort before. The car park is across the main road and there is no clear signage at all. We walked around the entire hotel before finding the way in.
The reception staff were professional and the check in was smooth, the restaurant had left us some salad etc as dinner was over. Went to the bar after and managed to get a drink as they were closing (closed at midnight). Given that a beer and a gin and tonic cost us 12 euros, the tone was set for the rest of the week's beverage choice. We bought cava and beers from the supermarket across the road as required, room had a fridge so worked fine. We asked the bar staff for a couple of wine glasses to take to the room, the barman was pretty rude about this but grudgingly gave us a acouple which we kept in the fridge from then on so the cleaners didn't take them.
The hotel rooms are all located around a central pool, the pool area was really nice and well looked after. Our room faced the street around the back on the ground floor, which sounds a bit naff but we actually liked it, there was a bit of privacy and it was mainly quiet from external noise. Some rooms were not so good, above the kitchen, facing the noisier street etc.
Food was not good, I suppose you could say average, we managed 4 nights before we decided to eat out for the remainder of our holiday. Waiting staff in the dining room were excellent, always friendly and cheerful.