The 212 luxurious and modern guest rooms at the Amirandes all vary slightly in terms of design, colour scheme and materials, though all are very carefully decorated and very sophisticated. The rooms all have a large LCD television with a CD and DVD-player, individual air conditioning, a safe and a minibar, whilst the bathrooms, also slightly different from one room to the next, all have at least one luxurious bathtub, imposing mirrors, a separate toilet, a hair-dryer and bathrobes.
For the ultimate in luxury, go for a suite with its own deluxe gym. These rooms have an outdoor shower, in addition to the shower and bathtub in the bathroom, as well as a private pool, which is a feature of the other suites, too. Ten of the standard rooms also have pools, but the garden is communal and the pools are rather close together. Come nightfall, all the pools across the complex sparkle with hundreds of tiny lights built into the floor, a sight you'll never tire of. The hotel also has a series of deluxe seafront villas. The most upmarket of these, the Royal Residence, boasts an incredible 10,764 sq ft floor area and comes complete with an impressive lounge housed in a private cave.