There are 20 villas and 13 suites; all are set out on one floor. The two types of accommodation correspond to two types of categories. The suites are the more luxurious and pleasant option, whereas the villas leave a lot to be desired. The suites sleep up to four people and measure 130m² with a 500m² garden, where guests will be happy to find a good sized pool. The suites have two bedrooms with marble en-suite bathrooms with shower and Jacuzzi bath. They are clean, spacious and well appointed, with pretty decorative touches that you will not find in the simple villas, such as bathroom sinks adorned with pearl mosaic, or ethnic wall decorations and velvet cushions. The entire villa is lined by a floor-to-ceiling bay window, letting in plenty of light. The kitchen is fully-equipped (with dishwasher) and also has a utility room (with washer and dryer). There is also a full cleaning service (timings to be checked with reception). The furnishings aren't of the highest quality, but the suites are a good option for groups people wanting to be completely independent on holiday whilst being able to cook their own meals.
The villas were quite frankly disappointing. The furniture is garish and cheap. The interior hasn't been finished to a high standard either. The backyard also gives out onto neighbouring yards, which is not ideal if you want a little intimacy. The villas sleep a maximum of six people and have three double bedrooms and two marble bathrooms with shower and Jacuzzi bath. They also have a fully-equipped kitchen and utility rooms, but the ambience is completely different to that of the suites.