Booked into the Bohemia because our favourite hotel was fully booked. This is a small pension - that is to say, a hotel with no facilities - but that's not really a problem as most people will spend only their nights in their rooms, the rest of the time will be spent on the beach or around town.
The rooms were extremely clean, and we had a large bathroom with a very poorly designed shower. Plenty of hot water, but the shower tap was right where you wanted to stand, resulting in me turning the shower off with my back every two minutes!
All rooms have air conditioning. Only two have windows that open onto anything but an internal patio, and we were in one of them. The hostal is right beside a church, and it chimes on the hour and half hour, all night long. The street it is on is very narrow, and every motorbike echoes loudly. It's an absolute necessity to keep the double-double glazing (that's two sets of double glazed windows) shut; but in temperatures of 35C plus, even with airconditioning, it's not really practical.
Result - I think the owners thought they were doing us a favour putting us in the rooms on the front. I'm sure we'll stay there again, but next time, I want an internal room with no view, and no noise!
At 40 Euros (June 2006) for a double room, this is very cheap; and with the cleanliness and general friendliness we found, It's a good deal for families; but be sure to avoid rooms that overlook the street.