Instead of rooms, the hotel offers fully equipped villas with all the latest amenities. There are 100 villas in total, 40 of which come with their own private pool, and all of them boast a sea view. In the rooms, a raised platform in the centre is surrounded by curtains, a small sofa, a bathtub dug into the ground, a flat screen TV, and a stereo system. This area forms a sort of room in the middle of the villa. A short flight of steps leads down to the bay window that opens onto the terrace, which is roomy and includes a large settee from which you can admire the garden, as each villa has its own private lawn and coconut tree, truly idyllic!
That's just for the single villas, don't get us started on the larger ones, with 2, 3, 4, or even 5 bedrooms! They are big enough to accommodate the entire family!
The villas that have a private pool also include an adjoining villa that houses the sitting and dining rooms. Despite being quite spacious, the atmosphere is rather cold. The layout is not well thought out, as it was designed to look good rather than to be convenient. Each corner of the room has a sofa and there is a tall table that is big enough to seat 10 diners, but since these villas are designed to accommodate 2 guests, just like the single room villas, this badly adapted space is wasted. Unless you know a crowd of locals to invite over for dinner, this is just a trendy but useless area.
Luxury truly reaches new heights in the bathroom! Spacious, it includes parquet flooring, two wash basins, a shower, separate toilet, and even a small courtyard with an outdoor shower. Believe it or not, the wash basins, as the bathtub in the room, are made of egg shells!