Visited for 3 nights and was looking forward to our stay in a fully renovated hotel as advertised. We had a lovely sea view from our room on the third floor and was very pleased there was a lift. These were the only two good points. The bathroom was certainly not renovated, the toilet dating back to the 60's/70's and the shower cubicle small dirty caked in lime scale and only running cold water. the wall paper was old and peeling from the walls. The sink in the bedroom was fitted at an obscure angle and was certainly not new. We were moved though to a twin room, facilities were a little better but still dirty and certainly not renovated. Fire exit signs in the room were very vague, after following directions we ended up in a spare bedroom corridor with a basement in front of us.
Breakfasts took forever as hardly any staff, we waited so long for coffee one day, not expected for breakfast on another and were forgotten about on another. Staff unfriendly and most inexperienced. The only person who seemed to have an idea was a young Polish waitress who was rushed off her feet and very smiley, she was also very loyal to her employers though was clearly stressed.
The cost of the stay, £88.00 per night certainly did not reflect the service or quality of the hotel.More