The guest rooms here are pretty spacious (25m˛) and traditional and feature parquet flooring, wooden furniture (desk, shelf and case stand), blue wallpaper, two blue armchairs, a yellow bedspread and seven paintings, all of which, it has to be said, rather lacks imagination. Having said that, there's nothing to fault when it comes to the amenities, which include satellite television broadcasting 23 channels, a large mirror, a large wardrobe for storage, individual air-conditioning, an empty refrigerator, two complimentary bottles of water, a huge key-operated safe (available to hire), a phone and Wi-Fi internet access (around Ł5.35 a day). Room service is available until midnight and most of the guest rooms have adjoining doors. You'll also find you have a large balcony furnished with a round white plastic table and two chairs with blue and white striped cushions, perfect for admiring the spectacular views of the sea stretching as far as the eye can see. The sea is generally pretty choppy in these parts and you'll no doubt hear the waves crashing on the shore. Of course, some will enjoy being rocked by the sound of the sea, but others less so!
The marble bathrooms are clean and bright and come with a bathtub with two fitted handles and a nice powerful shower, though do bear in mind that the temperature is not marked on it, so you'll have to guess which way is hot and which is cold. You'll also find a rather comprehensive selection of Hotasa (the group to which the Semiramis belongs) hospitality products, including a shaving kit and a tooth-brushing set, but there is no soap-holder. Other provisions include a double washbasin, toilet, bidet, bathrobes and a hair-dryer.