The guest rooms would be better described as apartments. On entering the bungalow, you find yourself in a large lounge, part of which is given over to the kitchen and dining area. In the lounge there are 2 sofa beds and the walls are decorated with a few photos of islands. Otherwise, the decor is pretty minimalist, but this need not detract from your summer holiday. The bedroom has comfortable beds (new mattresses were installed in 2008) and the bedspreads with flower patterns add a bit of cheer to the otherwise understated surroundings. Every room has individual air conditioning and you can also hire the safe to the tune of about £ 2 per day. The bathrooms meet international standards. They are equipped with a large bathtub (or a jacuzzi in the superior category rooms), a hair dryer, and a beauty kit. In short, they are impeccable. The hotel extends a personalised welcome, and each guest is given a bouquet of flowers on arrival, which is a really nice gesture.