The hotel is designed in the style of a little village, with each guest room housed in an all-white bungalow featuring typical island architecture that blends in perfectly with that of the Costa Teguise. Despite the fact that there are 368 guest rooms with a total capacity of up to 1,050 people, the architects still managed to create welcoming surroundings that never get too crowded, even during high season. The little village is divided into 6 areas, each with its own pool and encircling a central square where the entertainment takes place; the reason why the area is so large. Rest assured though, you won't have to cross the whole complex to get to where you need to go. On entering the lounge area, the luxury of the decor feels more akin to a 4 star hotel than a 2 star hotel, not least because of the marble stairs adorning the room. To the right lie the bar, the disco (which can accommodate up to 600 people), and the entertainment room. If you'd like to enjoy a show without having to keep an eye on the children, there is a games room just next door equipped with all their favourite games. If you're the type of holidaymaker who likes to keep active, you might be pleased to know the hotel does have a gym that is a bit narrow but well equipped, as well as a tennis court. There is also a freshwater lagoon where you can enjoy a dip or try your hand at windsurfing without worrying about your safety. If you fancy taking a stroll into the village of Costa Teguise, you just have to walk along the seafront (directly accessible from the hotel). The walk will take just 15 minutes and the path is a very pleasant one, as it runs along the ocean.