The hotel was built as an extension of the Aquamarine Pool, and occupies a rather small white building.
Its standard shape allows it to blend in seamlessly with the rest of the Domina estate, and displays no particular extravagancies. The swimming pool is easily accessible and will meet the demands of families travelling with young children.
The quiet atmosphere and the tranquil setting are what strike you at first. This is thanks to the special layout of the Domina complex: the first impression is of walking into a huge holiday resort, but one quickly notices that each hotel has its own specific balance (and space), allowing them to preserve a certain level of calm.
There is a shuttle service that ferries residents from one hotel to the next (there are even "official" stops with timetables and sign posting), through the narrow, winding and sloped alleys. Lit up by lampposts, these alleys are like village "streets", bustling with holiday-makers, much like in a real village.
Additionally, there are numerous boutiques and souvenir shops in this "miniature town".