Built in 1973, this establishment's last major renovation dates back to 2006. However, minor renovations are carried out more regularly, during the hotel's annual closure period. The elevator leading up to the guest rooms is tiny and very slow, which means it can be rather frustrating if you're in a rush. The bar in the lobby has a television room, some video games and a stage where entertainment takes place if the weather is bad. There are as many swimming pools are there are buildings, meaning five. The first, bean-shaped one, is 1m80 deep and is accessible to guests with reduced mobility. The second one is lagoon-shaped and has easy sloping access like at the beach. 1m90-deep, it also has its own waterslide. The third, long pool is for children only and is a maximum of 20 inches deep. A fourth pool, which is a lot quieter, is surrounded by trees and gardens. 1m30 deep, it also has easy sloping access like at the beach. Finally, a fifth pool surrounded by a large terrace packed with tables and chairs, is where the activities takes place. Towels are not provided. Other than that, though, these areas are well-equipped, with facilities including blue deckchairs arranged on areas of the lawn, parasols (made from fake straw), a billiards table, and even a carousel for children (which costs just 80 pence a go!).