Although the Galosol has 123 rooms, with an area of between 17 and 32m▓ each, the complex has a maximum capacity of 300 guests. The rooms look out onto the mountain and some offer a partial, or even total, view of the sea. They all have a balcony. Bright and simple, the interior decorating varies according to the category. The standard rooms have white and brown rattan furniture, a typical feature of the island, while the suites boast a more sophisticated interior with orange tones. You'll quickly realize that waste sorting is the norm here, as each room has its own waste bin. The bathrooms in the suites are spacious and include a double sink, a corner bathtub with a whirlpool, some hospitality products, and a small shower. The bathrooms in the standard rooms are smaller, with blue and brown tiling, but they are still clean and pleasant.