Typically of these types of large non-descript resorts, the hotel has a marble lobby but the low ceiling makes it feel a little cramped, although thankfully the skylights let in plenty of light. The area has two seating areas for guests wishing to stay in on a rainy day. To the back of the lobby on a slightly raised platform is the bar (open in the evenings) and small stage, where events takes place every evening.
Although the décor is dated and the entire hotel is in need of a spruce up, it is in fairly good shape for its 20 years! It originally opened in 1994 and was refurbished in 2006. The highlight of the resort is the beautiful view of the vegetation and sea from the pool area and balconies in the rooms.
In terms of onsite facilities, there is a large outdoor pool with pool bar (open May-October) as well as a restaurant. The main draw of the hotel apart from its low-end prices, is its health club that includes a jungle themed heated indoor pool (for winter holidaymakers), sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, and a gym. Although there is no spa, there is a massage room but treatments must be booked in advance. The facilities are free for guests to use. In the basement there is a small shop selling travel essentials as well as newspapers (open 9:00am-2:00pm). For children there is an indoor and outdoor kids' club open during peak season (school holidays) - most of the year the club isn't surpervised but parents are welcome to accompany their children to play games or paint. Older kids have access to a games room also in the basement. For guests wanting to get away from the bustle around the pool, there is a reading room with a television that is open to guests for 24 hours.