The resort is located in a quiet area of busy Playa Blanca. There is a large car park out front for guests having hired a car. The hotel is in a lovely spot on a rocky part of the coast. It is surrounded by lovely green gardens and blooming flowers, which help break up the monotony of the concrete structure.
The large glass façade looks a little intimidating at first and stepping into the large tall ceilinged marble lobby is daunting. The friendly staff behind the reception desk helps put guests at ease! The glass wall gives out onto the pool area and the ocean beyond. In terms of facilities the hotel is well equipped but everything comes at a price. There is a sauna, Jacuzzi, two tennis courts, paddle courts, and a multisport court, all in good shape. There is also a mini golf and gym (a lovely space with a large bay window onto the gardens), which are free for guests. The resort spa, located to the left of the main building is also accessible from the car park directly. There is a range of treatment available here, from mud baths to circulation-boosting jet treatments. The spa interior is a little old-fashioned, but the large window looking out onto the gardens gives the area a relaxing ambience. The main cluster of activity is around the pool. There are two pools; a salt water one and a soft water one. There is also an exterior Jacuzzi. The area is very pleasant as it overlooks the jagged edge of the coast. The well-maintained gardens add a natural touch to the surroundings. No music is played around the pool in order to give guests some peace and quiet. There is a mini club, which has a large bay window onto the gardens. Every night, like at most resorts on the island, there is a live entertainment show after dinner in the evening bar.
Public spaces, such as the piano bar, are all surprisingly large and spacious. Although the spaces are a little drab in their décor, they are all very comfortable.