Although it might not be the actual road to paradise (the meaning of 'Dhevatara' in Thai), it does look like it. An abundance of shells, coconut-scented candles, parquet flooring, wooden furniture (a four-poster king-size bed protected by a mosquito net, a nicely decorated coffee table): guests are at one with nature in these eleven 50m² villas where comfort has not been forgotten. They are all equipped with a movable large flat-screen television with 21 channels, a free digital code safe spacious enough to fit a laptop (the Wi-Fi Internet access here is free), individual air-conditioning combined with a ceiling fan, a mini-bar fridge (with two free bottles of water), and tea and coffee-making facilities (the tea is free as is the first capsule of coffee). Breakfast and dinner are included in the price of your room and can be enjoyed on your terrace, which is furnished with a wooden coffee table and a bench with cushions, overlooking either the garden or the sea. Room service is available 24/7. A stained-glass window decorated in the theme of the room (a sunset, orchids, coco de mer?) separates the dressing room from the rest of the room. Let's not forget the little details, like the DVD player, a chessboard and even an iPod.
The bathroom includes an old-fashioned claw foot bathtub, a tropical flexible shower, a double wash basin, tissues, Occitane hospitality products, a wooden goblet, a toilet, bathrobes and slippers, and a hair-dryer stowed in a drawer.