We enjoyed 9 nights in the hotel and found the staff to be very helpful and spoke English well (which made things a LOT easier!). The rooms were clean, the bathrooms were a decent size and the showers were good (unless you happened to be trying to have a shower at the same time as a coachload of other guests, which happened on occasion - they seem to have a coachload on various tours quite regularly). There is no aircon in the rooms, but there were fans, which helped a lot in the warm weather. We paid for a week's WiFi and it worked OK most of the time but you had to keep logging out and logging in again every time you leave and return to the hotel, which was a little frustrating and time consuming. We opted for the small breakfast every day (coffee and pastry as opposed to the buffet which was more expensive) and that worked a treat. We ate in the hotel a couple of nights and that was superb. Excellent food at a good price. Loved it, and would have eaten there more if we'd found this out earlier and if we weren't put off by the noise of a coachload in the dining room - it was very noisy when it was full. But the food was very very good. Our party had three rooms and they were all different - the one I was in had a balcony and I loved being able to sit out there and either cool off in the morning or sit in the sun in the evening. Slept well here so thumbs up to the bed and bedding. Plenty of road noise though (I had earplugs). I would stay again, no problem.