Three buildings with accommodations. Two on the cliff (40m from the beach) and the main one at its base, facing the ocean. In total: 389 guest rooms, all with the same generous surface area (42m²). The decor, which has a simple but elegant charm, consists of noble materials that really highlight the wood furnishings (the bed frame, teak parquet flooring, wicker furniture, etc.). The amenities include a king-size bed, a thick mattress, a Wi-Fi Internet connection (for an extra fee), a (small) flat-screen television, a welcome tray, etc. For an added touch of comfort, Japanese yukatas (light cotton bathrobes) can be found in the dressing room next to some slippers. There is subtle lighting, a small desk and sliding panels to have complete darkness in the bedroom. They all have a balcony or a terrace and most of them have a view of the ocean, otherwise it's a view of the garden. The marble-clad bathrooms are spacious and have a separate shower and bathtub. One room has been designed for guests with reduced mobility. It's not much but rare enough that it has to be mentioned. The family rooms have a few extra bonuses, like a DVD player and a Playstation 2. Bigger families can stay in one of the Family Suites, which can sleep up to 5 people.