The hotel's architecture won't win any design awards, but its lobby is nonetheless welcoming and it is not too complicated to find your way around the hotel or to access your room, a fault of quite a number of other hotels. One good thing about this hotel is that it has bounds of space; just next to the reception area is acres of comfortable seating space with large televisions for sporting events and the like. Here you'll also find coin-operated computers but also complimentary wifi for those who have brought their laptops. This fondness of space is extended out into the supervised pool area where the sufficient number of sun beds is spaced generously around the clean, calm swimming pools, one of which is just for kids. The bridge which runs over one of the pools to the kids club and the waterfall at the very back are nice features which add to the agreable ambiance. The aforementioned area for the little ones is open air although it does have a roof. Here the English-speaking animators play a variety of games with the children, no matter how many there are, and there is no need for parents to supervise; they can be getting on with another range of activities with some of the other animators such as shooting, water aerobics, bowls and even a paella-making demonstration. In terms of sporting facilities, the hotel offers a squash court, ping pong, mini golf and a billiard room. There is a small outdoor gym at present, but this will soon be extended to have a spa (at present, there is only a Turkish bath and sauna). At night there is a professional show put on for guests and with 14 different spectacles, you won't see the same one twice. In winter these shows are held indoors just after the mini disco. Other amenities at the hotel include a hairdresser and a shop selling supplies and souvenirs.