We had booked a three bed apartment for two nights, in January, for March There was only two of us but my o/h has had both knees replaced and needs a walk in shower so we were willing to pay the extra.
The day before check in, we received a phone call, as we were enjoying the sights of Alicante, informing us a three bed was no longer available. We had no choice but to accept the two bed apartment we were offered . Feeling very unsettled , the next day we went by taxi rather than the bus to ensure that we did have a room! The young lady was very apologetic and said we could have the room at two rather than four p.m.
The sofa and chair were tatty and uncomfortable. The balcony faced another block so the apartment got very little natural light ( no sun at all) and was freezing, even though it was 20- 23 degrees outside. We felt as if we were back in student digs in the sixties and seventies. Luckily we only had two nights to suffer so please make sure you do not get an apartment ending in A if you are staying longer.