Accommodation at the hotel consists of 54 suites, each bearing the name of a Greek island. Three types of room are available, with the Junior suite being the most basic. Most of the spacious yet cosy suites are split-level, with a dining area and a small blue and white lounge area with wooden furniture downstairs, opening on to a small private pool with two lovely deckchairs. They all have small marble-clad bathrooms with a shower, and a wooden staircase leads to the upper floor and the warm and welcoming bedroom with its comfortable bedding and high-quality wooden furniture, including attractive storage units with drawers and parquet flooring. The second, larger bathroom has both a (plastic!) hydromassage bathtub and a small separate shower, a toilet concealed behind a flower-box, scales, a heated towel rail, a magnifying mirror, various 'Apivita' hospitality products, dressing-gowns and slippers, etc. The rooms, which also have a balcony and terrace offering superb sea views, are decorated in the same style, and have an average floor area of around 646 sq ft, though the Presidential suites are, of course, bigger still. All of the hotel's luxury rooms are equipped with individual air-conditioning, a cathodic or plasma-screen television, an electronic safe (free of charge), a direct international telephone line and a minibar, and many of them are adjoining, some even have two entrances, whilst all the bungalows have access to the sea. Room service is available 24 hours a day and a butler service is available on request.