Pablo was awesome, and went above and beyond when helping me retrieve the backpack I Ieft on the city bus! The property is unique and right on the beach. They have camping sites and little bungalows. A sewage river flows under the property to the beach, so sometimes there was the smell of sewage. The sewage empties right into the water of the beach access. The beach was nice and clean if you don't mind swimming next to where the sewage empties into the ocean. Our room was in what we called cell block C; the room resembled a jail cell and they do not provide any towels and no TV. It did have a refrigerator though. Be aware, if getting these cheap rooms, you also do not get a private bathroom. The bathrooms in the cell block were bad and rarely had hot water, but the other bathhouse in another building was good. Our room was tiny, and the walls are very thin. Housekeeper took a $5 bill from inside our nightstand drawer while we were at their restaurant having lunch, and didn't even clean the room. She threw fresh sheets on the bed and helped herself to the cash in the nightstand drawer. We had to strip and make our own beds, sweep our own floor, and she did not even empty the trash but still took our money. Upon checkout I made the mistake of having them call a cab instead of using an app like Uber, Cabify or Free Now, and the taxi charged a 7 euro surcharge for the pickup. I took same taxi ride the day before for 13 euros, but was more than double when arranged by hotel.