Upon arrival, the hotel looks like another non-descript resort. A drive out front with a roaring fountain and a small car park ? free for guests. However, once inside, the lobby is immaculate and is decorated in the style of a typical Canary Island mansion; nothing too fancy, but the yellow and green banisters help to cheer up the otherwise drab décor. There are other quaint details that prevent this resort from falling into the ?non-descript' category, like the single wall of volcanic stone, the reception ?hut' that has a wooden roof on it to strengthen the Canary Island identity. The greens and yellows are used throughout the hotel, which gives it a harmonious and smart edge.
The main cluster of activity however is around the medley of pools separated by Formica rocks. The deck chair area is quite impressive ? there is an impressive number of deck chairs out around the pool. These organised in neat rows among the very strict rows of tall palm trees. We couldn't decide whether the palm trees added a natural aspect to the resort or whether it reinforced the straight lines of the concrete structure that surrounds the pool.
The resort doesn't have a gym or a spa but it does have a kids' club ? the opening times tend to vary from season to season, so do enquire about this directly with the hotel at time of booking. For guests who like to sunbathe in the nude the hotel has a separate sun deck.