This Ibis Style hotel is a rarity in today's world, an owner run hotel in a town. It is a smallish hotel a few minutes walk from the railway station and about 10 minutes walk into the centre of the historic town.
Our room 502 was spacious and cute, it was in the roof with dormer windows on two side. Great views, it was possible to just see the sea from one window..
There was adequate hanging space and a singe large shelf for clothes. Surplus clothing could be put on the enormous work space, at least 6x3 foot. This also meant that suitcases could be stored easily out of the way underneath.
The bathroom was large but the shower has to be hand-held over the bath. A bracket is sorely needed.
There is no safe, mini-bar or tea and coffee facilities in the room but are available in the reception area, together with a computer and printer.
Only breakfast is available, it is a standard continental breakfast, with one exception, there is a basket of oranges and a juicer for those who like real fresh orange juice.
There are numerous restaurants with easy walking distance for other meals.More
- Free Wifi