Open in 1991, the hotel's décor has since been stuck in a time warp of extremely garish taste. Thankfully the rooms are a little more neutral than the rest of the interiors. The lobby is made up of a shocking grey marble ? floor to ceiling and wall to wall ? with cheap rattan seating complete with garish flowery cushions. The high ceilings give the resort a shopping centre feel, which doesn't help bring intimacy and warmth to the otherwise dull surroundings. The large spiral marble staircase leads to the tented interior bar and evening lounge area, where evening entertainment takes place every night. The evening lounge needs a refurbishment as it is fairly uninspiring. There are five floors here, which does not respect the local laws of a limit of four floors, meaning this hotel is classed under the ?illegal' category. However, this does not seem to have any adverse effects on bookings. The resort has two multi sport court and a tennis court, which look out onto the sea. There is also an unusually large kids' club, which looks like it is well-equipped with all sorts of fun games. The gym is also of a fair size and has a good range of equipment. Otherwise there is a car park out front that is free for guest use. There are two large outdoor pools (one is filled with salt water, which is heated in the winter and the one with fresh water) and a kids' pool, which looks pleasant due to its organic shape, which makes a change from the linear shapes we have seen, despite the towering resort structure. It also looks out onto the sea, which gives the area a calm relaxing atmosphere, despite it being fairly crowded and noisy during peak season. There is also music around the pool throughout most of the day. There are also two squash courts (a fee is required). There is however no spa.