The large white concrete exterior of the building hides a peaceful area of pools and bars set over several levels, giving the impression that the hotel is a lot bigger than it really is. The décor is contemporary and fresh, giving the hotel a newly-refurbished look, despite it being over 8 years old. The photographs that accompany the text about this hotel hardly does the hotel justice! The accommodation blocks are arranged around the pool area in a horseshoe shape, meaning that every room has a beautiful sea view. Spread over several levels, the hotel comprises of a main pool on the same level as the main hotel building. Lower down is the second pool, followed by a third pool close to the ocean view restaurant perched on the edge of the jagged coast line. A wonderful place to get away from it all whilst having a swim looking out onto the ocean, especially at sunset.
In terms of facilities, the hotel is one of the best equipped. It has well-maintained tennis and paddle courts, as well as a gym. The spa is also one of the most elaborate and most professional on the island, with a range of exciting weird and wonderful treatments that we were very intrigued by, especially the Timanfaya (the island's volcanic park) stone energy therapy. The spa also has its own hydra pool, spa and sauna, all of which come at an extra charge.