Nothing! More than a 4 stars it's probably a 3 stars. Noisy, for both bad sound isolation and noisy room doors. Breakfast was decent but nothing more (some fruits have been offered for three days in line). Rooms cleaning was an optional: I've asked every day to clean below the bedroom and everyday they didn't! It is simply overpriced for what they offer!
Very clean and every thing you needed for a stay The restaurant was badly organised.
Very friendly and helpfull staff, central location.
the hotel is located 200mt from the beach. is a quiet location with difficulties to park cars but considering the price we paid it has been an excellent choice.The staff has been really kind.
Good location. Nice view from the balcony. Very very friendly staff. Parking possible near hotel. Few very small ants spotted in the room.
very well located for the beaches of Cullera, friendly owner,reasonable price,wifi available do not take credit cards,hardly any english spoken,rooms are small and can be very noisy from late returning guests
Friendly staff, good location (actually near to the beach, also is very close to the bus stop, restaurants and shops), clean simple rooms, low price.
location.good wi- fi access,balcony internal noises not a problem just an older building
Breakfast was good! The cleaning women forgot to close our french window! From the balcony its pretty easy to get in the neighbor room when its not close.
Very clean rooms and good price/quality. Relative simple hotel, but perfect to stay a few days (we stayed 7 nights) as the rooms are nice and cleaned very well daily. Hosts only speak Spanish and the breakfast is fairly simple (no buffet and no cheese/ham) but still fine considering the price. Very central location and very close to the beautiful beach.
Good value, basic hotel, short walk from the beach. Room small but kept clean.Very small bath but adequate shower Very small breakfast
Location, friendly staff, close to restuarants
The shower was good and there was a;ways hot water with daily clean towels continental breakfast consisted of stale crusty bread or mouldy sliced bread. Very few of the receptionists spoke English so there was no one to complain to. The party of school children who vandalised the lifts, set off the fire alarm during the night and were permitted to play in the stairwell umtil well after 3 am did not enhance the experience.