The sole factor preventing the Las Vegas looking like every other resort hotel you've seen is the jaunty-angled glass entrance which seems to have been wedged under the protruding first floor. Inside, the vast open plan lobby, which is a little impersonal, contains not only the reception desk, but also, around its edge, card playing rooms, pool tables, a conservatory for relaxation, ping pong tables, a kids play area, a hairdresser, a supplies shop and coin-operated PCs. Just outside you'll find a pétanque pitch and bowling facilities. Also outside is a mini golf course and other games such as shuffle board. Many of these activities are the basis of competitions organised by the animators throughout the day while several nights per week a professional show is put on such as live music or magic and is followed y such activities as bingo or quizzes.
Outside in the pool area, which is surrounded by lush greenery, one main swimming pool and a small kids pool wait for those wishing to take a dip. The views up and around of the pool aren't great due to the height of the buildings which also block the sun for parts of the day. There is however ample room for everyone and some of the loungers are posed on a shortly grazed lawn next to trees of varying sizes. The rest of the hotel's public spaces are a little dated in terms of their décor, but are functional and clean and orderly. The highlight though is the small garden below the pool with at its centre a fountain. As well as a terrace alongside it, there is also a balcony which runs along the hotel above it, both perfect for a quiet drink or for reading a book in the shade.
The hotel doesn't have a wellness of fitness centre, however various treatments can be arranged upon request. As well as the coin-operated PCs internet can be picked up for free in public spaces for those with a laptop.