It’s close to the beach and while it is technically located in Station 3, it feels like it sits on the border and you’re quickly in Station 2 and not much of a walk to get to Station 1 (it’s a short beach).
While there is a pool there, the pool is immediately adjacent to the dining area for breakfast. If you have small kids, it’s easy to keep an eye on them. For anyone else, it seems strange to be swimming with people watching you from the dining area. The pool itself is small and I believe it was only 5ft deep.
The rooms themselves are relatively simple. As soon as you walk in, you’re immediately greeted with a queen bed and an adjacent small bathroom. There isn’t much space for luggage. If there are two of you in a one bedroom, it will be cramp if you have one large suitcase (more so with 2 suitcases). If you can afford it, I would go for the 2 bedroom place. It’s slightly more expensive, but much closer to size to what a one bedroom would be in the United States.
Breakfast is from 6am-10am. There is no lunch or dinner served.
WiFi is free, but slow. You have to request for a voucher code from the front desk and it is good for exactly 24 hours. They will only give voucher codes based on how many people are booked to stay in the room. So if you have 5 devices, but there are two of you, you get two codes a day. If you leave in the morning and return in the evening, I suggest requesting voucher codes each time you come & go.