We booked a little apartment at the Musa D'Ajuda hotel complex as we've stayed there before and it was sufficient. However, nothing has been done to refresh or even maintain the facilities since and this time it was really showing.
First thing, one of the doors to the balcony had a large crack across it (which we reported immediately to the reception only to be told that 'they will look at it') and the other would not lock (reported this to the reception to get a 'we'll send someone to have a look at it' back). We couldn't leave anything outside our locked suitcase as the room was not fully safely lockable.
There wasn't a kettle or a coffee machine so the only way to make a cup of tea was to boil water on the little hob in a large saucepan. there was no teapot or even mugs, just tiny cups.
Worst thing was the fridge though. The little freezer would not close which caused all our supplies we bought for the whole week to be frozen solid over the first night. A large proportion of the food became ruined as a result. When we reported this to the reception, we got the standard 'we'll send someone to look at it' back. At that point, there had not been anyone to look at the door that would not lock so we requested a replacement room. After a bit of persistence, we got given a slightly smaller room (despite the hotel being empty) so we moved our luggage into there.
This room had a coffee maker so that was a benefit.
I would strongly suggest taking your teenage children on holiday to this hotel - the rooms still have an analog TV set and the reception insist on giving you the remote for it (which didn't work in our room, which was just as fine as there's no international channels on the TV anyway). We thought it was rather droll.
Generally speaking, we would not come back to this hotel - despite its excellent location and local atmosphere - until it's been fully refurbished and brought up to at least acceptable standards without putting the guests and their belongings in jeopardy.