There are 63 rooms in total (nine rooms per block of which there are seven). All are slightly different, either in décor or in layout. Every room has a kitchen with a small portable gas hob, fridge, sink and utensils. There is a television (old generation) and air-conditioning in all the rooms. The bathrooms leave a lot to be desired - fixtures and fittings feel unstable and botched, especially the shower curtain rail which kept falling down. There are few toiletries here, so make sure to bring your own. Rooms have balconies with mosquito screens, a table and chairs for meals. Room service comes from Bruno's, a snack bar that is part of the shopping area.
Décor wise the rooms are pleasant enough, but the interiors feel shoddy and everything needs a good thorough clean. The owner has tried to add a few reminders of the Dominican Republic with a few pieces of Haitian naïve artwork and wooden masks that double up as lampshades in some rooms.