The 380 bungalows in the complex include 287 superiors (31 of which are so-called 'deluxe' apartments) and 93 standards. Other than the slightly smarter and trendier furniture, there's really very little difference between the rooms and they all provide a high level of comfort. They are also all very clean and feature charming low-key decor in shades of cream and light wood, which generally go well together. Another bonus is the fact that this is one of the few hotels on the island to provide heating in winter. On the downside, if you're staying on the ground floor you won't get any privacy on your terrace since they are entirely open to the prying eyes of passers-by, which is quite frankly annoying. The amenities, meanwhile, are perfectly decent: a table, chairs, and deckchairs on the terrace, satellite television (finally, a flat-screen television on the island!), a direct international phone line, individual air-conditioning, a kitchenette complete with crockery, a refrigerator, and a microwave, a safe (available to hire), and Wi-Fi access (for which there is a charge). The bathrooms feature rather modern decor, including a pretty, grey monochrome ceramic piece, and are equipped with either a shower or a bathtub, an integral toilet, a hair-dryer, and a fine selection of hospitality products.