0.22km from Restaurante Can PoldoIt's all about location with this hotel. Right on a lovely beach and a short stroll into the busy town but far enough out to be calm (well in May anyway). Second floor sea view room which was clean and everything worked. We inadvertently chose a weekend that had French public holidays attached to it so the free on-road parking had all gone. The hotel has a few spaces out front on a first come first served basis and got a slot for €10 per night. A key for the room safe was €3.50 per day. All staff pleasant and attentive. So far so good but when it came to the meals it all went sadly wrong. The buffet dinner was poor. The warm food included pork, veal and fish. Veg included chips and green beans. There was a variety of salad. There was very much a processed, catering pack feel about the food. It was an easy decision to forego the prepaid in-house dinners for the rest of the stay. The house wine was €7.50 a bottle. Breakfast was better although the catering pack theme was still evident. The warm buffet food included wet bacon and powdered scrambled egg and some form of sausage. Some days there were baked beans and fried eggs. There were pastries, cereals and fruits. We found the hot drinks to be hot but not very drinkable. There is a lovely outdoor terrace with tables and chairs overlooking the beach but a sign in the dining room forbids taking any food, drink or cutlery outside. There is direct access to the beach from the terrace but the door is locked until noon. We didn't try the bar because we used the bar wherever we ate in town. At under €40 per person per night half board on the beachfront I can't say that it's not good value. I just think that they are aiming low and they could do so much better, particularly with food. Maybe reducing the volume of food and increasing the quality or offering a room only option. In summary it's five stars for the staff and the location and one star for the food and some of the hotel policies.