123 guest rooms are divided into suites, residences and villas. The suites are the most numerous (81 units) and no compromises were made in what they have to offer. In addition to being spacious (92m▓ to 190m▓), they are equipped with top of the line amenities (an iPod docking station, free Wi-Fi, a DVD player, a large flat-screen television, etc.), and the decor follows in line with the rest of the hotel, with silky fabrics, wooden embellishments (in addition to the parquet flooring) and quality materials (300 thread count sheets and goose down pillows and duvets). For your evening gowns and dress shirts, the walk-in closet is large enough to hold all of your outfits. The (marble-clad) bathrooms are equally impressive. With, among other features, a separate bathtub and (tropical) shower and a mounted television, it is hard to find any fault with them. All of the suites include a bedroom and a living room with large bay windows and access to a balcony (some of them have a patio instead). There is a view of either the gardens or the sea. In addition to the suites, the hotel proposes some luxurious accommodation options with its residences and villas, which offer more privacy and an entire host of extra services, including a butler at your disposal. The villas are superb, with the decor being traditional (Balinese) in style with a few modern and soft touches. Thought has been put into every detail (mahogany parquet flooring, decorations on the shelves, wooden louvre shutters), resulting in an overall feeling of comfort and familiarity. Spacious (371 to 604m▓), the facilities are comprehensive (with, in addition to the suites, a kitchen and a private access reserved for the butler). They each have an attractively manicured garden with a private pool and access to the beach or lagoon.