The hotel is open seasonally, usually from May to October. The Grand Prestige certainly is 'Grand' as far as the reception is concerned: a completely open central area with high ceilings opening out onto a lounge bar furnished with sofas and armchairs, where panoramic glass lifts take guests up to their rooms.
Going out towards the main pool, you will come to an area that combines concrete with an artificial pool: the idea of blending water into the common areas is a lovely one. All around, as you step towards the artificial lake (which is not part of the hotel), you will find little gardens with some cushions and hammocks laid out for guests to relax, unless you would rather use the gardens for a stroll, which may lead you to the amphitheatre where the entertainment team puts on shows in the evenings. Although it is a little antiquated itself, some bright colours bring it to life.
There are two average sized pools, pleasantly separated by lawns, where guests can set up their deck chairs, which is much more pleasant than lying lined up on the concrete floor alongside the pool. Keep in mind, though, that the lawns do not offer an endless amount of space! The children's paddling pool has a small boat-riding pond and the second pool is fitted with waterslides like in a water park, which is one very positive point, as the children's club is dingy and poorly equipped, and definitely the worst place in the hotel after the spa (which is actually found nearby).