The hotel opened in 2005 and is still looking good, both in terms of its style and cleanliness and the quality of its facilities, which are also in good condition despite the proximity of the sea. The brightly-coloured reception also houses a shop, which is perfect if you fancy treating yourself to a new beachwear wardrobe, as well as a lounge area where you can sit and have a chat or a good game of cards if it gets too windy outside, which is ultimately where you'll want to spend as much of your time as you can.
The guest rooms are housed in a series of pretty buildings spread throughout the hotel's sprawling 7 acre gardens, on either side of the central part of the hotel where you will find the activities, entertainment, swimming pool, bar, and restaurant. The estate is split into a northern part and a southern part. In the northern part you'll find a second swimming pool, which is particularly well suited for families as it also has a children's pool and, unlike the main pool, nothing in the way of organised entertainment. Guests will have to choose between the activities organised by the hotel and entertaining the kids themselves. For more peaceful surroundings, head for the beach, just on the other side of the wire fence. Children are also well taken care of at the children's club, which is open during the Reunion and mainland France school holidays, and on weekends and bank holidays, giving parents the ideal opportunity to visit the gym or have a game of beach volleyball, tennis, badminton or even ping-pong - you'll find it all at this hotel, or rather, in its garden!