Although the hotel's monumental was a little too big for our liking, the resort is of a very good standard as far as resorts go. Still being finished during our visit and in its soft opening phase, we were relieved to see that the finishing touches were of a good standard as opposed to the shoddy work at a lot of resorts. As far as vegetation is concerned, trees have been planted but take time to grow, so when we visited the resort still looked very bare.
The resort has lots of terraces for guests to sit and sunbathe or read, or just have a drink. On the ground floor (the floor below the reception area), you will find the Senses buffet breakfast restaurant, on the lobby floor is the Purpur bar and the main Senses restaurant is also in this area. As the hotel is built in a horseshoe shape, there are ocean views from most areas of the hotel. The freeform main pool sits in the centre with a lawn separating the main building and the cliff edge. In terms of facilities, there is a second pool (also outdoor) with a hot tub acting as a Jacuzzi at the spa, which is just around the back of the resort. The spa has a contemporary Asian theme, with colourful strobe lighting, but still remains relaxing. The products used throughout are of the high-end Babor brand, which is a definite bonus. Otherwise, there is also an outdoor sauna. In terms of business clients, there is a small business centre with two computer terminals. Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel is included in the room rate.