Opened in 1984, the hotel became part of the Accor Group in 2003. The spacious lobby, which is open to the 13-acre site, is airy, well-maintained, and gives off a good first impression. A pleasant setting, the accommodations blend in nicely with the surroundings, especially the huts, like those that can be seen on the neighbouring island of Lombok, with their impressive thatched roofs. Two swimming pools with a nice set-up have been integrated into the park, but keep an eye out for murky water. This was the case in one of the swimming pools when we were visiting and it really doesn't make you want to go for a swim. There is one thing we noticed more and more as we settled in: all of the facilities you need are here but they all seemed to be rather neglected. A good example is the spa (where you can enjoy facials, massages, pedicures, manicures, and reflexology treatments), where, although the decor may be stylish, the ventilator is rusty and the walls in the treatment rooms could use a coat of paint. The same goes for the kid's club for children ages 5-12, but at least it is free. Activities for adults include daily aerobics classes and a live dance or music show once a week. There is also a tennis court in the works. On-site medical care is guaranteed from 8:00am to 6:00pm.