The huge light green building that houses the communal areas is particularly charmless, but it is easy to quickly forget the exterior once you get inside. The gardens are very well kept, which also makes up for the charmless exterior. The entire complex can sleep up to 1,470 guests and includes 4 swimming pools (3 outdoor and 1 indoor), with one 2,000 m² pool shaped like a bean. Sports enthusiasts will be sure to find what they're after, be it tennis, archery, basketball, volleyball, or beach-volley, and all for free. They can then go and relax in the immense 2,400 m² spa. Children from 4 to 12 years of age will also have lots to keep them occupied: for example, they can enjoy the large kids club shaped like an Ottoman palace. The spa covers over 2,400 m² and boasts superb decor in the theme of the Thousand and One Nights. It includes a sauna, Turkish baths and a jacuzzi, all of which can be accessed for free. However, guests do have to pay to enjoy the ultra-modern games room, which is equipped with several pool tables and a full size bowling alley. As for entertainment, you will not be disappointed: there is a 20-strong team of entertainers. A show is put on every evening in a large amphitheatre that can seat up to 700 people.