The receptionist barely spoke English or German, only Russian and Turkish. They didn't even try. When we asked them for stamps at the hotel, the receptionist was confinced that we wanted a stapler! The rooms were small and dirty (moldy bathroom and even worms on the floor). The toilet was also broken. They fixed it after a couple of days. All-in meant standing in a queue with 150 Russians at a sort of a soup kitchen, in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening!! Really terrible! Every morning you had to get tyour own buns, skip the lunch and going out to eat in the evening! The beach was a super small beach with pebbles, that belonged to this hotel, with a few deckchairs (most of those were broken), for free. You had to get up early to get a deckchair, or else there would be Russian towels everywhere! For the other deckchairs nearby (other hotel) you had to pay. DON'T GO HERE!