This three-storey building with a white façade does not look out of place in the landscape around Vía Costeira. The hotel was opened in 1987 and renovated in 2009. Its hall has a marble floor and a wooden ceiling, and is furnished with 1970's style white, yellow and brown leather armchairs. The decor also includes colourful and abstract paintings, little statues made locally and a chest of drawers adorned with porcelain vases. Two telephones are provided for clients to use next to the reception counter. There is also a shop selling craft objects, paintings and beach products (sun cream, etc.), and a travel agency offering various kinds of excursions and buggy hire. Next to the shop, beneath a wooden cross, a large teapot and cups are provided for guests to help themselves at any time of the day. Following a long, wooden walkway, you reach a bar with large, white leather armchairs, big picture windows, a statue of a dancer, and a three-dimensional painting featuring a violin. This space is extremely bright, with light pouring in through its many windows all day long.
Outside, you find yourself in the swimming pool area. The grass out here looks a bit sorry for itself, and could do with a bit more looking after. A number of plastic chairs and deckchairs are set around the swimming pools. In addition to the volleyball net, there is a play area and a mini football table for children to amuse themselves. Next to the swimming pool is a little structure with a wooden roof. Inside, as well as the gym equipped with three exercise machines, there is a hairdresser's, a massage room with three (rather hard) beds, a cosmetic treatment room and a sauna.