The hotel has a total of 74 guestrooms, divided into 20 'lagoon' rooms, 7 'beach' bungalows and 19 'stilt' bungalows, with these three categories having at least a view of the sea; and then 28 'garden' rooms, with a furnished balcony, which the 'lagoon' accommodation also has. The view of the tropical gardens is a very attractive one, without being as spectacular as the view of the lagoon beyond the green vegetation and stilt bungalows. The island in the centre of the lagoon is the Motu of the Sofitel hotel of the same name - a private islet. As for the surface area of the accommodation, the rooms are 10 sq ft, and some of them have a sofa which can also be used as a sofa-bed for an extra person to sleep in. However, most of the rooms have a maximum capacity of two guests. Their equipment is the same as that found in the bungalows: a television, a telephone, a minibar, a safe and air-conditioning. As for the bathroom, it is equipped with a shower, a hair-dryer and 20 ml 'Sorbet' hospitality products. The bungalows are on the other side of the road: the most pleasant ones being the 'beach' ones at the end of the row, or the 'stilt' bungalows at the end of the pier. As the pier is close to the beach, the water level under the stilts is not very deep and there aren't many fish. Nothing should stop you, however, from swimming further out, where the deck of the 'stilt' bungalows is. Beware of the boats, however. The interior of the 'beach' and 'stilt' bungalows enables a maximum of three guests to be accommodated, thanks to the sofa. The terrace is covered with wood and opens out onto the lagoon, or the beach, for the 'beach' category bungalows.