We were going to Vigo but prices were through the sky, so we decided to stay in this town known for its spa & hot water springs. The weather was hot, so the fact that they had a pool was appealing.
The hotel also serves as a summer-camp/school for youth and a function venue for weddings, etc.
OK, the room wasn't air-conditioned, big deal. We were on the shady side of the building.
OK, I guess, that there were only a few long, black hairs on the sheets of one bed and on one towel. NOT ok that there were big black mildew spots on the ceiling or that the phone didn't work. ("We'll look into that right away, said the manager/desk clerk, but they didn't.)
The pool was already closed late in the afternoon when we arrived but the manager said that hotel guests (not campers, I assume) could use it. But the water did not look clean and, I swear, I saw something that looked like a small crab crawling around on the bottom. Good that we decided not to swim because the extra "clean" towels that the manager said he would send to our room never arrived.
OK, I guess that there was only one long, black hair on the sliced cheese that was part of the modest, but acceptable buffet breakfast included in the rate.
The place is poorly maintained and seems likely makes its money from the camp it runs. Income from "hotel" guests like us must be some icing on the otherwise modest cake.
Luckily, we were only there for one night and, on departure, headed directly for Vigo & beaches.