Honestly, I have no idea how they call themselves a Boutique Hotel, when in reality they're a hostel. This is bad because it's misleading.
Beginning with the good things: their pillows and mattresses are comfortable, and their towels are good quality. They also stuck to their stated policy of offering free airport transfer for visitors staying three or more nights, but I had also read that they offer a free bottle of wine to the same visitors, and I didn't get my bottle of wine. Could it be because I'm a Muslim? Possibly, but that's not a good reason; they can't make such decisions on my behalf.
Their reception team is also mixed; Wano is simply brilliant, in that he speaks good English, is friendly, and takes his time to explain things to you. Ali is terrible, in that he's pretentious, rude, and irresponsive.
They placed me in Room 3, which I think should simply be disused as a room, because it is right at the entrance, even before the reception desk, and overlooks the terrasse. This means that I would wake up everyday to people checking in and checking out, had little auditory privacy, and had to have my curtains shut at all time. Sound insulation is not catastrophic, but it is substandard. Of course, I asked to be moved elsewhere and was promised so, and then they reneged on that.
Their Wifi service fluctuates, and their buffet is basic. They have only about three or four pouring spoons for the entire buffet, which is at once impractical and unhygienic.