The complex consists of an 8-storey, pale sandy-coloured building, housing 437 rooms. On arrival, the marble-clad lobby sets the tone with its original decoration influenced by Egyptian, Oriental, Arabic, African and Indian cultures. You will notice, for example, a very beautiful zebra-patterned throne, topped with a painting of an elephant. A vast atrium lets in some sunshine which illuminates the basins and other fountains ornamenting the lobby. The leisure area is structured around three swimming pools and a fourth one for children, all of it part of a vast panoramic solarium terrace, with a beautiful view of the huge and splendid Jandia beach. Open for swimming from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and 4.9 ft deep, you can play water polo in the large circular swimming pool which has a whirlpool section. Children have a small oval-shaped pool, 0.82 ft deep, decorated with a mushroom-shaped fountain. The solarium area includes showers, deckchairs, parasols and towels, available at reception for a £8.80 deposit. Open from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm, the Zen Thai Health Spa is located in the neighbouring Ibérostar Fuerteventura. It includes a large heated swimming pool in which you can do aquatic circuits, with bubble baths and hydro-massage jets, six sensation showers, a very hot and fragrant Turkish bath with a star-filled, colour-changing ceiling, a whirlpool bath, two well-heated saunas (in contrast to some other saunas...), changing rooms, a large superior fitness room with the latest apparatus and massage parlours together with beauty and hair-dressing salons. We absolutely loved the Dead Sea ultra-salted pool in which you can float while reading your newspaper or simply take a nap! Be careful not to swallow any water! Programme: massages, aquatic circuits, à la carte treatments, yoga or even meditation.