The hotel was originally built in the 70s and fully renovated in 2008, but it is still not the most welcoming looking place from the outdoor car park entrance. Inside, however, the modern decor is more charming and the spacious, comfortable lobby is undoubtedly one of the nicest parts of the hotel. Furnished with plenty of comfortable bench seats and adorned with a series of large photographs suspended from the ceiling, not to mention the subdued lighting, this is a great place for guests to relax outside of their rooms. It's just a shame that the smells from the neighbouring kitchens tend to hang in the air. The lobby bar, meanwhile, is open until 11:00pm, with entertainment provided every night.
Wandering around the establishment is a rather pleasant experience and the pool area is particularly nice. The ground has been designed to reflect the deck of a ship, with large wooden boards, whilst the 4 poster daybeds where guests can relax in the shade around the pool are topped with large, comfortable cushions. This profusion of white is of course extremely elegant but there is a downside to it: when you look a little closer you'll see the fabrics are rather dirty and worn. The large swimming pool, meanwhile, faces the sea and the nearby bar serves a selection of snacks. There is also a small mini-club on the basement level for children aged 5 to 12 which is open from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.