The various buildings containing the 98 suites are a maximum two storeys high, and can each be accessed privately. You would be pushed to find better, with their simple combination of comfort, originality and luxury. They all enjoy superb sea views, and each is named after a place visited by the couple who own the hotel during their many travels around the world. Make yourself at home, whether it be in Monaco, Dadra or Jaipur. The decor in the 98 suites differs depending on the destinations they represent, and features items that have been picked up over the years. Everything you will find here is of extremely high quality, from the furniture to the marble and fabrics, etc. The large bed, which feels both soft and firm at the same time, is set upon a very high stone base. On top of it, you will find some very comfortable feather pillows. This same feature of stone topped with cushions can also be seen throughout the three separate parts of the suites: the lounge, bedroom and balcony. Facilities include two televisions and a DVD player, a ceiling fan, a direct phone line, a mini-bar with tea and coffee-making facilities, and a free safe. Internet access is also available free of charge in the guest rooms, the bar and the lounge (which also has a television). The bathroom/dressing room also shows the benefit of great attention to detail. It is lined with marble throughout and provided with a coloured glass wash basin, a stone bathtub built into the floor, a separate shower and toilet, lion-shaped taps made from stone, sculptures, shells, a hair-dryer, soft bathrobes made of fine material, slippers, a beach bag and lots of Bulgari hospitality products. Room service is, of course, available 24 hours a day, and a butler is automatically assigned to guests staying in the three presidential suites.