The exterior of the hotel is very similar to many in the area; whitewashed, low-rise and with arched windows featuring wooden frames. The attractive marble lobby, of which the highlight is the glass dome in the ceiling which gives most of the light to the otherwise dull hall, is divided into the reception area with a few seats and another space at the back, home to the bar. The hotel's shops are located just to the right of the reception desk. There are two swimming pools at the Coral Hills: a tranquil main pool with relaxing music boasting nicely kept sun beds with plenty of space to stretch out and a second with a waterfall feature and jacuzzi. The two pools are linked by a stream of water over which a bridge straddles giving this part of the resort a quaint touch. The wellness centre, which smells divine, is rather basic, with a free to use gym, sauna, jacuzzi and a few modest massage rooms. In addition to the diving centre, which carries out its training in the hotel's swimming pool, you can enjoy playing table tennis, pool or darts on site. There is a small animation team comprising two English-speaking Russians who keep the kids entertained all day with games, painting and even some lessons, for example on parts of the body! A mini disco is held every day and there are two shows per week, one of belly dancing and the other a folklore show. The Bedouin tent, surrounded by water, is the place to relax with a shisha pipe and drink, while for those shopaholics out there, check out the hotel's five shops selling amongst other things, jewellery and t-shirts. For peace of mind there is a clinic and doctor on the premises and for your convenience a limo service is available on request. The hotel has wifi and PCs for surfing the internet, both chargeable. The public areas of the hotel are generally very clean and well maintained and the gardens and plants are kept beautifully.