The Panas really looks like a little Mediterranean village, with its 2 storey blocks housing 4, 6, or 8 apartments. Even the restaurant, bar, and lobby have been decorated in the same vein, in a more or less successful manner. Inaugurated in 1980, the club has remained in excellent condition thanks to its yearly renovation, but it does suffer from its rather basic amenities. The deckchairs are gathered around the hotel's large outdoor pool, with the sea for a backdrop, and a shallower part of this pool is convertible into a water volleyball court! The gym, sauna, and indoor pool located in windowless basement rooms, are, on the other hand, downright ghastly. The hotel's other facilities include a playground for children, a sheltered video games area, table tennis, and a volleyball court on the lawn.
There is only one bar where to get drinks from! Located between the lobby and the pool, it has tables both indoors and outdoors. As is the case everywhere else in the hotel, the staff is very friendly, as the atmosphere at the Panas really is 'just like home'.