It was an extremely well-located hotel just a few minutes walk from all amenities and the beach, and they offered a breakfast/car park deal at 30 euros per night per double room which seemed good value to me for the sake of parking securely. They also offered a 5 euro voucher if you opted not to have your room cleaned that day. There were a few issues with old fashioned or out-dated facilities, most notably the shower arrangement, which was at low level, inviting only hand-held shower usage which to many is unacceptable these days, and does make taking a shower difficult. But it was quiet, in a room on the pool side anyway, and comfortable. You could hear others in neighbouring rooms a little but most guests weren't loud anyway so this wasn't a big issue. The breakfast was a continental choice and very tasty and included a Tropicana juice machine. I wish all hotels had this machine. Their free drinks between 6 and 8 is a nice idea, although we didn't happen to partake in it. The pool was under-used during our stay and yet looked quite inviting, with only a few guests taking advantage of it. It's a bit overlooked and possibly shaded by neighbouring residents' flats so perhaps that's one reason. But with the beach a 5 minute walk away, I'm not that surprised for that reason either. I thoroughly enjoyed staying there and always bore in mind it was only supposed to be a 3 star hotel, but it was a very good example of a hotel at this level. Wifi was not that reliable.