The hotel has a total of 75 rooms that are spread over 2 small one-storey buildings with no lift access. Two types of accommodation are offered: standard or superior rooms. The size of the guest rooms, and unfortunately the bathrooms, varies greatly due to unique elongated shape of the buildings. They are not very roomy, and are decorated in the same rather sorry shades as the rest of the hotel. The only positive point about the rooms in the first building is their small terrace. As they differ in size, some of the balconies are actually big enough to be used as private little solariums. Rooms 104, 105 and 106, for example, have splendid balconies overlooking the sea and enjoying uninterrupted views over the blue water. Unsurprisingly, the bathrooms are white. However, despite their sometimes very small size, they are clean and functional, which is all you really need at the end of the day. Somewhat randomly, the slightly larger rooms have the smaller bathrooms; you really can't have everything!
The superior rooms are more recent and are housed in the second building. The decor is modern but the colour schemes are in keeping with the basic style of the rest of the hotel. Once again, the views out the back are fantastic, directly overlooking the sea.