The hotel is nicely located, with a swimming pool and jacuzzi, a collection of peculiar antiquities placed along the walls of the common areas, and a nice, spacious rooms. We arrived by car, but hotel parking was full and we had troubles finding a place to park in the city - on a hot Saturday afternoon even the pay-per-minute parkings were full. Also hotel is in the old city which is a maze of narrow one way streets, so I recommend finding a parking first and then walking to the hotel. Or phone them in advance and check if they have availability at the on-site parking. Even if they have, you have to pay for it 15 euros for 24hrs, I think. Which is similar to what you would pay at any other commercial parking. The rooms at the hotel are nice, but sounds proofing is not that good. Air con was good and I even had to switch it off for the night, as I am scared of catching a cold at night due to the aircon's draft. The room had a lovely balcony with two chairs and a view over the parking lot and the city behind it. Hotel provided nice towels.The pool is small but OK and you always have a sea within 10 min walk. Evening entertainment was not the best quality - popular Spanish and world jazz, sung live by with the pre-recorded music. Not my type of entertainment, but if it's your cup of tea then you will enjoy it. The hotel was full with families. We stayed on a room only basis, so I can't tell about breakfast or dinner. But we saw people eating. Overall: it's a solid place to stay.