Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights. The hotel had a traditional British atmosphere but furniture a bit old fashioned. It was very clean with a big lobby area and staffs were very friendly and helpful. There were two swimming pools, a gym and a Jacuzzi. There was free WiFi in lobby, 2 computers and 1 printer in an internet room. There was also free WiFi in room but connection was very weak. Room was of standard size but spacious enough. Biggest problem was the noise from neighboring rooms closing their doors as the banging was really loud. Additional hinges should be added to reduce the annoyance. Walls were also a bit thin as noises could be heard in the middle of one night when next door had an argument. Toileteries only consisted of soap, shower gel and shampoo. There were no facial tissues and only one socket in the room for charging batteries.
TV had channels in 3 different languages offering viewing of properties as the hotel group was also a real estate company. TV had 13 other channels in different languages including BBC, Bloomberg, TVS Monde and Al Jazeera Exclusive. Breakfast was good with freshly squeezed orange juice and grapefruit juice on alternate days. For guests who were not on all inclusive basis, they could change to half board basis at only €12 per person per day which was very good value. Original price for dinner buffet at €16.50 was not expensive at all. However, minimum had to be for 3 days. Buffer dinner had a different theme each night and food was very tasty and hot. For the Greek theme buffet, there was folklore performance.
Location of the hotel was just one block away from the coast but the beach there did not look attractive at all. There were several restaurants (including TGIC) along the coast which were not expensive and food was tasty as well. Opposite the hotel was a Minimarket and once you reached the coast line and turned left, you could find a bigger supermarket with some souvenirs on sale. Otherwise, there was a no. 30 bus going to the city center and cost €1 one way.