The hotel was ok but not a 4 star hotel, maybe 3+. The all inclusive means 3 meals a day + draft juices and atomated nescaffe machines. So if you want a capuccino for example - you'll have to find a bar and pay for it. The food was not so great, it was ok. They don't change the menus. Each evening you'll get the same food, each lunch will be the same, etc. Of course, it's a buffe, but out of the 10 dished they serve, you'll like 2, and you'll keep eating those two. The swimming pools look a lot like public pools and they are really small. Rooms are beautiful and spacious with thick curtains that block the sun effectively. Big comfy beds.
It's not really "all inclusive". If you want to drink something non-alcoholic besides coca-cola products - there isn't anything. There are 3* hotels that for 2 Euros offer a caffe-frappe or something besides the draft glass of pepsi, here you don't even have the option of paying for it. The best dishes of each meal are cooked during (not before) serving time so there's always a line of people waiting with their empty plates for a pancake, or fish, or chicken stake, etc. When everyone comes from the beach - no more hot water for the showers (they will say it's only a problem with your room - but it happens every day, at the same time :) ).