Opened in 2005, the Bolero is a large modern hotel with three buildings offering a multitude of services. The hotel is characterised by modern architecture that is easy on the eye. The entrance is similar to that of upmarket hotels: a rather stilted atmosphere, objets d'art, a refined style, large areas, large sofas and rather cold, neutral colours. Strangely enough, though, as soon as you reach the middle of the complex, the tone changes and you begin to relax... The colours are bright, the sun shines, and you begin to forget the pressure of the journey. The first thing you notice? The amazing outdoor waterfall that flows into the sparkling blue water of the first swimming pool and then the next one up that juts out over the hotel. There are a lot of facilities, the complex is spacious, and you begin to feel dizzy with the choice on offer. There is also a multisports ground where guests can enjoy a game of tennis or football. We will see. There are also 2 table tennis tables alongside. As far as the "essential" factor that is the restaurant services (always very important on holiday) is concerned, you will be pleasantly surprised. Guests have no fewer than 4 restaurants to choose from, most of which serve specialities. The Spa is also surprising, both due to the various types of treatments available (Thai massage, hot stone massage, manicure, pedicure, etc.), and the setting, which is very conducive to well-being (Asian decor, relaxing music, a hammam, a fitness room overlooking the covered swimming-pool and wooden deck chairs, etc.).