The resort is situated in Playa Blanca and sits along the promenade that lines the ocean. Although the resort is close to the ocean, there is no sandy beach in the area, but the charm of the island's jagged coastline is well worth the compromise.
The lobby is fairly plain in fresh peach and lime green tones. You won't see many people hanging around here as the ambience doesn't really lend itself to quiet reading, for example. The main staircase straight ahead leads down to the main cluster of activity, which is around the main pool. The hotel is completely open onto the promenade that lines the sea and therefore parents with young children are advised to supervise them at all times. Guests will also find that there is entertainment, in the form of chart music around the main pool for the best part of the day, including other activities such as aqua gym lessons. The other pools on either side are quieter.
The resort is split into five rings: there are five accommodation wings, each with its own pool, making the main cluster of activity easily accessible from guest rooms. The shape of the hotel is based on the grapevine cultivation in La Geria, the wine producing area of Lanzarote. The rings act like the stone walls in the fields; they protect the pools from the strong winds that are common in this area.
The resort also has tennis courts to the back of the buildings, which is a relatively quiet area, so perfect of you need some peace and quiet. You will also find a couple of squash courts and a very small gym. The gym is the only sports facility that is free for in-house guests.
As for as evening entertainment goes, there is a different show every night in the lounge bar area. The shows rotate every two weeks.