There are 16 spacious rooms divided into 8 bungalows. All of them face the sea and have a spacious and comfortable terrace with a chaise longue and a lounge area for sitting and having a drink while admiring the sunset. The interior is traditional, with a touch of modernity: parquet flooring, wooden wardrobe and desk, curtains with detachable sections, colourful walls, a small, stocked fridge, air conditioning, fan, safe and a hi-fi set attached to the wall with a CD of local music. You can also attach a MP3 cable due to a USB connection (but you need to bring the cable!) The bedding is not very soft (but the beds will be appreciated by those who prefer this!) and the pillows could do with being a bit fluffier.
The bathrooms are a decent size, but they are quite disappointing in terms of facilities. There are no beauty products, and there is no hair dryer. It has an open shower with no separation that is not very powerful at all, which really tests your patience. This is rather lightweight for a hotel that has just received its fourth star!