The bedrooms of the Gran Bahia Principe Ambar are very spacious (603 sq ft), and prettily arranged, with their pastel coloured walls decorated with two naif art paintings, a large green plant, and a column. With tiled flooring, they have flat-screen satellite television (83 channels, but only 25 channels you can capture well), a fridge mini-bar that is re-filled every day (water, fizzy drinks, beer), facilities for tea and coffee-making, a safe (£2.60 per day), individual air conditioning with a roof fan, telephone, and a large fitted balcony (two armchairs and a round plastic table). The furnishing includes a king size four-poster bed surrounded by curtains (combined with opaque curtains at the window, guaranteeing that you sleep like a log!), a wooden desk with flowers, a large sofa, a round wooden table, and two armchairs, of which one has a footrest. The large marble bathroom holds a large whirlpool bath with a handle and flexible shower, a large separate tropical shower, toilet, hairdryer, magnifying mirror, bathrobes, slippers, welcome products, tissues, a shaving kit, cotton buds and scales, which you may well avoid, as the gargantuan buffets in the resort can play havoc with your figure!