Room: rather small but very tastefully designed. Balcony had concrete privacy screens that unfortunately would not eliminate odours of a neighbour smoking cheap cigars. Surprisingly the very nice and modern minibar fridge with a glass front door contained only one can of Coke and Fanta each and several bottles of water. No alcoholic beverages, not even a beer. Consumed Fanta was not replenished for several days
Service: upon the arrival they made us wear a ridiculous hospital style wristband. The colour of the wristband was not explained to us and was not even mentioned. However, when we tried to sit below a beach umbrella by the sea in the first row, we were unceremoniously kicked out due to the improper colour of our wristbands. No reason or explanation was given. Overall the beach boys were arrogant and rude not only to us but to other guests as well.
Breakfast: Several times we could hardly find a table to sit at while more than half of the tables were declared reserved and empty. Quality of food was just average, scrambled eggs really dry and burned. There was always something missing or in short supply.
Pools: the pool area was saturated by very loud PA system, playing mostly techno and hip-hop. If you are not into this kind of noise, forget about pools.
Parking: you can pay €7 to park near to entrance, €5 farther away and nothing long way away. We paid €7 but had hard time to find a space as at least 50% parked cars had no authorization to park there.