Our group's collection of two-room bungalows was clean and in good repair, with functional air-conditioning. The housekeepers provided extra touches such as towels twisted into animal shapes and decorated with flowers. The beds were about average by Cuban standards. The showers provided only a trickle of water, but it was hot; some showers lacked a bracket for the shower head, so it had to be held in the hand. The restaurant offered a limited menu and no buffet, but were willing to open at 5:30 a.m. to accommodate our needs. The inevitable live music at dinner seemed a bit louder here than elsewhere, if that's possible. The wi-fi in the lobby appeared to be working, though I did not use it myself. The beach and pool were both very nice. The hotel is a long way from a town, so you'll need a car or other transportation.