The guest rooms here are modest but nevertheless impeccable, with basic yet high-quality amenities. The mattresses are comfortable and the decor a very marine-like combination of blues and whites. Each room has a lovely terrace where you can enjoy the sunset and the views of the sea or the mountains, depending on which part of the hotel you're in. They also come with a safe (available to hire for around £2.30 a day), a large, practical wardrobe, a small television and a fan.
The bathrooms, meanwhile, are practical but perhaps a little narrow and come with a bathtub, a selection of hospitality products and a hair-dryer. Although all of the amenities here are of a high quality, don't expect anything special. This is a rather neutral hotel which is somewhat lacking in the charm department, unless, again, you're a big fan of the 70s.