The hotel has a total of seven floors, each done out in its own particular colour (pink for the fifth floor, for example) with the guest rooms also incorporating the same colour scheme. The guest rooms here are very spacious, with an area of over 30m2 in the standard rooms, and are highly modern in terms of design, complete with glossy cement floors, a flat-screen television and other modern touches such as flower-shaped transfer prints on the ceiling and 70s-style lighting to complement their cheery colour schemes. Add to this a large queen-size bed (slightly smaller than a king-size but nevertheless very big) and soft cushions and you may not even want to leave your room! The rooms are bright and overlook either the sea or the gulf. Unsurprisingly, we preferred those that overlook the magnificent little bay of the Mediterranean.
The highly colourful surroundings here extend on to the balcony and you'll notice that great attention is paid to detail, with colourful resin loungers and chairs to match the decor of the room itself.
The bathrooms are also rather special, as it's clear that great emphasis has been placed on finishing touches and no detail has been left to chance. The decor here, too, is modern and minimalist. You'll have either a bathtub or a shower (we particularly enjoyed the spacious shower which took up an entire wall) and a separate toilet is available on request. The bathrooms also feature a small frosted window which enables the light from the bedroom to filter through to the bathroom, which appears as a twinkle of blue. Of course, those of a more shy and retiring nature may choose to cover over the window using the special blind provided, should you find you have company. We did find the idea of having natural light in the bathroom very refreshing, though.