The exterior is dominated by the beautiful Moroccan archway through which one passes to enter the lobby. At night, the lights glaring through the windows and which bring with them the warm colours from the interior, make the hotel a pleasure to regard. The lobby is a refreshingly open space, with a gleaming marble floor and pillars supporting the second floor gallery above. There are small seating areas in the main hall, comprising wonderful, low Moroccan seating with an intricate flower motif which encircle equally low tables, under all of which are gorgeous rugs. Decorating the walls are some the paintings and wall coverings mentioned above. But the star of the show is quite possibly the swooping chandelier hanging from the very top of the two storey building and reaching to just under the level of the second floor gallery, with its two rings of bulbs. To the right of the entrance is the reception desk and opposite, separated by an arched wall, is a seating area with similar furnishings, where one can relax in front of the television or sip a coffee. Throughout the hotel you will find more examples of Moroccan furniture and decorative objects, as well as some fabulous lamps, which give the place a homely feel despite its relative vastness. All three of the swimming pools are kept beautifully and the sturdy sun beds are plentiful. The brilliant white surrounding buildings, the palm trees and other plants and the young, fun ambiance make the pools a great place to be and to spend time soaking up the sun. Talking of the buildings housing the accommodation, these thirteen clusters seem to be whiter than any others we saw in Sharm and feature on the ground floor tall Moroccan-style arches and on the first floor pretty wooden shades over the balconies. The smart little wellness centre has no gym, but has a jacuzzi decorated with flowers at each corner, one room for both sauna and steam, two beds for body scrubs, one single massage room and a double one. The hotel has a couple of shops, one selling jewellery and the other t-shirts and other accessories. There are two internet corners in the main building. The grounds of the hotel are beautifully attended to and to have a room with a view onto the gardens rather than the pool is probably preferable.