We visited in September 2020, at a tiime when the Spanish tourist industry was afflicted the the coronavirus pandemic. The situation was exascerbated by the decision of Bonkers B**tard Brexit Boris's to requiire UK holidaymakers returning from Spain to undergo 14 days quarantine. This measure has devastated the Spansh Tourist Industry.. As far as Andalucia is concerned it is totally unwarranted. The SARS2-Covid19 infection rate in Andalucia is the lowest in Spain, and is lower than the UK average.
The hotel has a very pleasant rustic Andalucian ambience. It is however an old building and some minor repairs are called for. (e.g. badly fitting internal doors in the guest rooms. The bathroom sink taps could do with replacing. They are stiff and the metal is smooth. If your hands are wet and soapy, they are difficult to adjust.
I asked for a room with either a pool view or a sea view. What I actually got was a room with a car park view, and an apology for a sea view. The room did however overlook a military barracks. There was some compensation, because my GF was fascinated, by the military ritual of the last post, which appears to take place between 1930h and 2000h each day.. However she was not fascinated about being woken up by bugles and trumpetting at 0800h. in the morning.
The restaurant menu is somewhat restricted, especially if you want to eat fish. However, the food was good, and service was reasonable, except that I had to ask 3 times for salt, pepper and olive oil. The restaurant was also remarkably inexpensive. The biggest drawback with the restuarant is that it does not open for dinner until 2100h. On the day we arrived, this suited us, beause our ferry crossing had been stressful, and we arrived later than expected. However, on subsequent days, this late opening was a drag, and my GF was complaining that she was hungry. I have since learned that most restaurants in Ceuta do not open for dinner until 2030h. This seems to be in contrast to the rest of Andalucia.
Car parking was free. There is an entrance from the car park with a luggage ramp, and luggage carts are available for your use. However, the ramp in narrow with 90.degree angles. There is a real risk of the cart falling off the side of the ramp, because the wheels seem determined to do their own thing. The luggage carts are also a tight fit in the eleator.
The wi-fi signal in our room was weak. However it was adequate but subject to occasional pauses. If you need a fast connection, avoid rooms at the extremities of the building.