From an architectural point of view, the Aquamare Beach does not stand out among its neighbours in terms of originality and refinement. In fact, the hotel is a huge five-storey block. Once inside the entrance hall, however, you are given a welcome change: it is decorated in warm yellow and scarlet colours, the floor is clad with light-coloured marble, and the furniture boasts dark wood and wrought iron elements. It resembles European hotels at the turn of the last century with a few typically Greek decorative elements. The chandeliers are sublime.
The outdoor swimming pool is huge and you can swim a few lengths without worrying about knocking into someone every two minutes. There is a huge lawn equipped with a few deckchairs and parasols, giving you a chance to enjoy the sun and the maritime landscape. There is also a swimming pool and playground exclusively for children: a galleon has even been built for their amusement.Finally, the spa is definitely worth a visit, with its numerous treatments and various atmospheres (oriental, Greek, etc.). It features a large indoor swimming pool with a real aquatic health program: in a river against the current, massage jets, etc. One of its best attributes is that you can take asses' milk baths, just like a modern day Cleopatra.