The four-storey hotel has 102 rooms; its spacious lobby is awash in stylish dark wood while its centerpiece is a glass-walled staircase. The contemporary design is proof that eco hotels can look good too. A large lounge area (where the woven armchairs are made from recycled bottle caps) leads to an outdoor terrace that overlooks the village church and mountains. Back in the lobby, the slate grey stone walls and American walnut wood finish are bathed in ambient light. To one side is the (well-stocked) hotel bar where a grand piano is the source of occasional evening entertainment.
On the upper levels, the mauve corridors are minimally lit and decorated with abstract art by local artists. The top floor is where guests will find the 'executive wellness,' a private area consisting of an indoor swimming pool facing floor to ceiling glass walls (and amazing countryside views), sun terrace, sauna and Turkish bath. This facility is open to all guests staying in suites while those staying in other room categories are required to pay a fee.
The neighbouring aqua park is a big attraction, especially for those with children. Direct underground access means guests don't have to step out of the hotel. With indoor and outdoor swimming pools, waterslides, cave features, a rock climbing wall and giant jacuzzi, it's no wonder the aqua park is popular with locals and hotel guests alike. There's little space around the pool - not enough for loungers and bear in mind that it's not the most relaxing place to take a dip due to the number of over-excited children. Other facilities at the hotel include a fitness room (a bit worse for wear but several machines available), a small cinema and five lane bowling alley.