55 guest rooms in eight categories: deluxe, superior, executive, junior suite, cottage, and one villa with a private swimming pool. There are also subcategories of these rooms, depending on their location and the views they afford. It's easy to be completely confused with all these choices! The funny thing is, the Orizontes tries to sell itself as a boutique hotel. Most of the rooms are located in the main building. Some of them overlook the road and although it may not have a lot of traffic, you can still hear the noise of the vehicles from here. The decor in the standard rooms is rather sober and includes a painting of a Greek landscape. A canopy hangs from the ceiling. The colour scheme changes depending on the category of the room but the sober aspect remains the same. There is a balcony on which you can get some fresh air, but unfortunately some of them face each other. The bathroom is not very big. A shower curtain separates the Italian-style shower from the rest of the room. The basic amenities are all here: a television, refrigerator, air-conditioning, hair-dryer, etc. The rooms in the superior category have an extra sitting area and a larger terrace. The executive rooms may have a larger surface area but there is nothing especially interesting about the view. As for the cottage, it has a kitchenette and a mezzanine.