Upon arrival I was told that the since the hotel was fully booked, I had been "upgraded" to a sea-view room... Such "upgrade" meant that I was sent to a dungeon-like room, dark and smelling of mould, in an area of the hotel which could not be reached by the lift, and therefore one had to climb up (or down) a narrow spiral staircase in order to reach it.
The room was extremely outdated and lacking the most basic amenities (including bottled water), and the bed linens looked slightly dirty and untidy.
Further, it was impossible to get food in the establishment outside of very narrowly determined times. At the swimming pool bar, supposed to have food service all day long, they had run out of the most basic ingredients. The one think they could prepare, a sort of tortilla sandwich, was a caricature of a tuna roll, with 15g of canned tuna, 2 leaves of lettuce and an anemic slice of tomato, in a raw and cold tortilla.
The icing on the cake was the exhoribitant price of €225 per night for a hotel that was at most worth €100/night, and them denying to have found a brand new pair of shorts I had left in my room upon departure, and making me call back 3 times throughout the day (every time making up a different excuse) in order to find out. No words of courtesy or apology were ever offered throughout.
In short: AVOID.