The hotel boasts 116 rather spacious (with a floor area of around 30m2) double and family rooms, though these are so sparsely decorated and furnished that they feel rather empty and bare. They come in one of two colours, namely salmon pink (yes, you did read it correctly: salmon pink) or pastel yellow and have either of two views; either a sea view or a view of the pine forest to the rear of the hotel.
Undoubtedly the hotel's strong point, when it comes to the latter, there really is no doubt that the sea view is the best option, particularly as it will help you forget the depressing tiles and white ceramics in the bathroom, not to mention the clean but very sparse bedroom. When you're standing on your balcony overlooking the bay, feeling the gentle breeze on your cheeks, you'll definitely be happy with your choice, although admittedly, this would also depend on how much you appreciate wonderful natural landscapes such as this!
The bathrooms here are far from brilliant, which is an impression only reinforced by details such as the bin and the plastic stool which have turned yellow with age. It's a real shame as it certainly wouldn't take much to put such negative details right, and it's always rather disappointing to find that the hotel management doesn't seem to think of these things.