In the main building, a lift will take you up to your room. A total of 561 rooms, including 350 standard ones with a surface area of around 270 sq ft, 9 villas connected to a private pool and 116 bungalows all make up the village. 65% of the rooms, which all have a balcony or terrace, also have a view of the sea. Mainly in shades of yellow, the homogenous decoration, although a little affected, is very far from Cretan standards. The rooms are rather nice though, with all the pictures and mirrors on the walls, the yellow bedspreads and headrests, the cream-coloured flowery carpets and thick curtains on the bay windows, as well as beds which are neither too soft nor too hard. Facilities include a television, a free safe, central air-conditioning, a fridge and a telephone. Simple and small (without being cramped), the decent bathrooms all have a bathtub, various Aquila hospitality products and a hair-dryer.
The villas are all on the ground floor. A villa consists of a large cream and pale green lounge equipped with a plasma screen television, a bedroom with another, smaller television, a DVD player, a kitchen area, a separate whirlpool bath and shower, furniture in light shades of wood, and patio doors which open out onto a private pool surrounded by a lawn. There is, however, no kind of separation from neighbouring bungalows to ensure privacy. On the lawn, you will find beautiful garden furniture. Inside, upstairs, you will find the junior suites. The chalet bungalows are divided into three different types: standard, suite and family. The majority of them have a view of the sea. Contrary to the standard rooms, the chalets have individual air-conditioning, tiled flooring (no carpets), a large television and comfortable sofa and chairs. The shades of blue and cream in the rooms give them a relaxing atmosphere. Room-service is available.