At first glance, Hotel Aqua's lobby appears slightly dated yet there's something utterly charming about it; we loved the eclectic kitsch seen from the British red telephone box at the front desk, to the golden Art Deco style panoramic elevators, or even the antique Opel and Citroën cars at the entrance. Outdoors, guests will find lush gardens intertwined with rock pools, streams and other water features. At the heart of the hotel is a large swimming pool with separate children's pool, plus plenty of sun loungers and parasols on various sunbathing decks. (There's also a heated indoor pool for when the weather gets a bit chilly).
Other leisure facilities include a large Turkish bath, steam bath, two saunas, well-equipped fitness centre and relaxation lounge. Sporty types can use the tennis/basketball court found at the front of the hotel, or the small outdoor games area (darts, table tennis, table football etc.) near the beach. For the younger guests, there's a small kids' club with outdoor play area. There's also live music six nights a week on the small stage next to the snack bar.