A self contained resort with about 3 good quality restaurants and a bunch of generic cafes, although a bit pricey for what they are.
You will need to walk about 20mins to Misano the nearest town for some more variety, or get a regular bus from close to Porto Verde which only takes about 5 minutes. It's a bit of a pain with a toddler/baby in tow.
We were about the only English people there as it's mainly locals that own flats/yachts there, which is a refreshing change. I got by better with my pigeon German than English a lot of the time but as usual pointing at stuff gets the job done.
Saying that, the receptionist spoke excellent English and couldn't do enough to help us out.
Room was decent, nice balcony overlooking the marina.
Depending where your room is the pool can be a bit of a trek, about 10-15min walk but is generally quiet and nice enough, although too cold for my tastes.
The beach is also private, and costs €13 for 2 sunbeds and a parasol if you mention you are staying at the hotel, so if you plan on doing a lot of beaching it can add up. There is a public beach a bit down the road which is free, we didn't try it out though.
Overall if you don't mind some walking or travelling for stuff to do it's perfectly nice but understand this isn't your typical hotel resort. It's more like an Italian gated community vibe with some nice restaurants but you will get bored if you don't venture out and may find it annoying dragging kids along.