The marble floored guest rooms are very spacious (40m²) and comfortable. They are equipped with a flat-screen television (with around a hundred channels), a DVD player, a king-size four-poster bed with multiple cushions (like something out of Arabian Nights), a fully stocked minibar fridge (water, beer and soft drinks included), free Wi-Fi Internet access, an electronic safe large enough to store a laptop, an iron and an ironing board, an umbrella, air-conditioning combined with a ceiling fan, and 24/7 room service. The decoration is nice and goes well with the white and blue painted walls. Rather haphazardly there is also a large full length mirror and a marble luggage rack. The lounge corner includes a wooden coffee table, two elegant armchairs, a round table, and an elegant wooden desk with a mirror above it.
The large balcony furnished with two wooden chairs with cushions, a wooden shelf and a clothes horse, overlooks either the sea or the gardens. The guest rooms on the ground floor have the added bonus of a large wooden terrace directly overlooking the swimming pool. Guests staying here can stretch out on a chaise-longue. These are also the most expensive rooms.
The bathrooms are equipped with a large whirlpool bath, a large shower with a flexible hose, a make-up mirror, tissues, complimentary toiletries, cotton buds, the essentials for shaving and brushing your teeth, scales (it's easy to overindulge with 14 restaurants!), bathrobes, slippers, a double wash basin, and a hair-dryer tucked away in a bag in the cupboard.