Had a lovely stay at Villa Tina but was dissatisfied at being in the 1960s Extension ( where most of the standard rooms are).
We had felt quite excited at the prospect of staying in the advertised ‘ art decor’ hotel. But when we were shown our room ( standard double with sea view), we were disappointed. We were in a little box ( very limited space) in the 1960s extension.
We did have a sea view but tbh struggled with the limited space as we stayed 6 days.
The older part of the hotel is indeed beautiful and has the most stunning stain glass decor.
The breakfast was adequate but does consist of a lot of sweet cakes and some days these didn’t seem as fresh as they could have been.
This said, most of the staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
Things to be aware of:
The arrangement with the beach is not straight forward. When we booked we were asked if we needed beach access. Well of course! So we paid for what we thought was beach access with sunbeds. Unfortunately it’s not all inclusive. We arrived on the beach expecting sunbeds but were told we had to pay extra for this.
On streetcar parking with a cost and limited space.
Pluses; helpful pleasant staff.
- Room service