The Tildi does not look much from the outside, but that is probably just as well as if it did then you would be in for a shock. The lobby is neatly arranged with several areas of comfortable seating but is without much character and the reception desk is hidden behind a sofa and a couple of pillars which is not the best way to welcome guests to the hotel. Luckily though, at the back of lobby is a terrace which overlooks the hotel's pool and has a pretty view of the town and the hills which look down upon it. The aforementioned pool is perhaps the best feature of the property: generous amounts of space around it, colourful sun loungers, a kid's play area and a lush collection of trees and flowering plants. It is at the pool where the soft animation takes place during the summer, organised and run by the animators and destined mainly for local children as the UK clientele tend to prefer the peace and quiet. During the day activities would include sports tournaments and aquagym as well as games, painting and workshops for the little ones.
In terms of wellness and fitness facilities the hotel has a space with a few dated cardio and weights machines as well as a very basic spa. This latter is modest in size but offers a full programme of treatments including a range of massages, hand and foot care, waxing and facials. The facility also offers a sauna and hammam. Despite the seemingly impressive amenities, the spa itself has almost no decoration and is somewhat depressing, not helped by the attitude of the staff. The quality of the products used in the treatments is also questionable.
The hotel's common areas, while clean and orderly, are not the kind to make you want to hang around. Far better to head off outside and relax elsewhere in the town or on the beach. Access to the rooms is easy via the two elevators and the corridors are wide and light enough.