We did not use this hotel's accommodation to stay in [we would not do that anyway as it looks completely rundown], but we did use their seafront, and beach bar which are part of the hotel's services and open to the general public. Awful basically. This is a huge concrete platform which bakes in the sun, and becomes scorching hot by midday. You will burn your feet badly if you do not wear sandals. This place is also very run down. The toilets are disgusting; the beach showers are old and badly in need of replacement. The kids play soccer on the beach platform, annoying you with their footballs. The sea itself had a distinct odor to it reminiscent of a market garden nursery, and was full of floating rubbish. The beach beds and sun umbrellas are expensive - part of the drastic commercialisation of the town which seems to have taken place in recent years. There was a high chair for a lifeguard, who was nowhere to be seen.
The beach bar is a concrete shed, with old tables and plastic chairs. Moderately priced.