You'll get a pretty clear overall impression of the hotel from its lobby, which is quiet bleak and whose reception desk, on our visit in any case, was manned by a pretty indifferent staff. Although the hotel has over 250 rooms, the complex, as is reflected in the lobby, feels quite small and when full must become quite crowded. The sole pool and its surroundings for example, while clean and correct, don't offer much space around it, although there is a significant area beyond it with sun beds and parasols for sun bathing and relaxation. It is important to note here that no towels are provided for the pool or beach, so make sure you bring your own! In the same area there is also a small kids pool with a modest playground and the miniclub. While this hotel does cater for kids, they are perhaps not its main priority given the condition of the facilities dedicated to them. The English-speaking animators, who also entertain adults during the day with activities such as aqua gym, pétanque and shooting, play games and paint with the young ones either in the open next to the playground, or, if the weather is bad, in the small, dedicated miniclub. At night, there are professional shows put on outside next to the swimming pool, although the set-up is not particularly impressive. There are seven different shows which means that if you stay for longer than a week you will see the same shows all over again. Other amenities at the Oro Negro include pool tables, ping pong tables, baby football, a few mini golf holes in terrible condition and coin-operated PCs for surfing the internet. There is also complimentary wifi, but only in the lobby area. The hotel's grounds, while in reasonable condition and clean, could do with a little more greenery and colour to brighten up the place and make up for the sad interiors.