The hotel was originally built in 2005 and was renovated in 2001 although it doesn't look like the decoration has been touched for at least two decades. The hotel looks bigger than it actually is from the outset. Split into two parts, the regular and the 'quiet' area, the hotel is divided by quiet and relaxing gardens. The entire hotel's decor is outdated, which can be noticed straight away in the lobby's chipped wooden panelling and brass details, not to mention the rattan chairs covered in gaudy coloured flowery plastic sheeting. Two staircases on each side of the lobby lead to the rooms. There is also a small library area with two computer terminals before the main corridor. Back downstairs in the lobby, you will find an attractive open-sided corridor built in a Canary Island style, leading to the main pool area and snack bar. Before reaching the pool you will find the restaurant to the right. The restaurant terrace lines the pool. The pool bar is open while the restaurant is closed. The outdoor area here feels a little cramped, especially during high season. The hotel bar serves drinks all day long. There is also a mini club and tennis courts, but there is no spa or sauna. Back out of the lobby, guests can take a quaint-looking bridge through the cactus gardens to the second part of the hotel. Here there is a smaller pool surrounded by the second part of the accommodation, with a quieter and more relaxing atmosphere.