It was fabulous, especially for the price. The beach is unbelievably close, you get a fridge, air conditioning, a balcony with your own table, a drying rack and reasonably priced food. There's a supermarket really close and the staff are super friendly.
The are only a few non-consiquential cons: The untouristic location, so there's no more restaurants other than the hotels around and only one shop; there aren't many English visitors and staff but there's no need to worry - most people speak English; the biggest problem is the steep hills (as expected because it's at the bottom of a cliff).
We cannot fault the cleanliness. New towels, new sheets, new glasses every morning. Advice though: you can cut through the beach if going to the bus stop, cala figuera or the supermarket. (We made the mistake of not shortcutting with our transfer). Google maps doesn't show these quicker paths going through but just ask the staff which direction places are located. They'll know.