Opened in 2007, this very modestly sized hotel composed of just twelve guest rooms now strives to attract young couples rather than diving enthusiasts, as it once did. The diving centre has closed but all of the equipment is still here. With regard to the main part of the hotel, special mention goes to the pretty little reception area at the entrance, the traditionally Balinese decor, and the central, flower-lined pathway leading to the guest rooms located on either side of it. At the end of this pathway is the swimming pool (which is not very big) where there are a number of deckchairs layed out in the shade of the frangipani trees. The hotel provides direct access to the sea but unfortunately does not have a beach, so guests will have to make do with the hotel's terrace that looks out over the clear water. If you go for a swim, watch out for the rocks and the light current. The staff at the hotel are young and friendly. The hotel also has an area for relaxation and well-being where guests can enjoy treatments like massages and reflexology.