With only 20 rooms, the hotel is hardly ever crowded, meaning its soothing atmosphere is hardly ever disrupted. The rooms are located on one level, half to the left of the restaurant and the other half to the right so that every room has its own terrace looking out onto nothing else but sparkling turquoise waters. The views are so beautiful that it isn't unusual to see guests dozing off on their deck chairs, an abandoned copy of the Financial Times drooping to the floor, throughout the day.
The rooms in themselves are nothing special and aside from being spacious and generally comfortable, the décor is simple with neutral tones and natural materials. The rooms, due to the view being allowed to seep in through the large double sliding glass doors, are extremely pleasant and fresh. The room comes with all the expected mod-cons like a flat-screen television (with English channels), mini-bar, bathrobes, slippers, and in-room safe.
The bathrooms are beautiful, also in neutral tones, but with quality fixtures like the double shower-heads, which we loved, and delicious-smelling Molton Brown amenities, which are just perfect for feeling pampered after a day dozing in the afternoon sun, or sunbathing at the beach. The bathrooms boast double vanities and a full bathtub as well as the separate shower room.
The only low point of the accommodation is the unused room that is used for storage right at the end of the row of rooms to the left hand side of the hotel (with your back to the sea). Badly drawn curtains reveal a clutter of mattresses and all sorts, which isn't particularly what you want to see when on holiday (or paying the bill).