The hotel's 90 very spacious guest rooms are found in bungalows and villas measuring between 71m² and 97m². They are scattered about a huge garden of palm trees, bougainvillea, and other plants. The largest accommodation options, which are the family and Deluxe bungalows, have views of the sea. They are furnished with a big sofa, a coffee table, a sleeping space with a bed and a mosquito net (very useful!), and a desk. The studio-style layout is really quite big. Under the television, there is a big unit with a minibar and a kettle. Wifi Internet access is available free of charge throughout the room (including in the bathroom) so you can keep in touch with your family.
The very pleasant bathroom is reached by going down a few steps. Spacious, it has a corner bathtub, 2 wash basins, a large mirror, and a toilet in a separate room. There is also a small private courtyard with pebbles underfoot, an outdoor shower, and a hammock, a luxury you will really appreciate in this part of the world, where it is warm all year round. Also provided are super soft dressing gowns (£12 from the hotel shop), white flip flops, a hair dryer, and hospitality products that can't be taken out of the hotel because they are in little vials.
All of the guest rooms have a large terrace that mostly has views over the garden but there are a few that afford views of the sea. They are equipped with recliners, lamps for the evening, and a little table, making them great places in their own right to spend some time. They provide a good place to read, have a chat, or enjoy a drink. The only thing missing is some vegetation for a bit of much needed privacy.