Walking into the modern reception area raises expectations - although it does end up being an eclectic mix beyond the facade. The lift doesn't always stop level with the floor, and the rooms still echo the 70s in many respects – for example, the lampshades. One does edge into the 90s with a square box television. The room was nonetheless comfortable and spacious, and included a seating area. Water pressure was low and unfortunately, not much sea view from my room on the side of the building.
Our late arrival for the buffet dinner seemed to compete with the process of staff removing the left-overs. There was no red wine available, and drinks were served in tins with a glass having to be requested.
The parking area around the back is unmaintained and the rear entrance is unassuming. A bit more sprucing up needed overall, along with improving staff skills.More