This hotel meets global standards on how it's protecting the environment, looking after staff and supporting the local community.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
The pool here is a nice size so you'll be able to have a relaxing swim. Sunbeds are dotted on the surrounding sun terrace so you can enjoy a lazy day by the pool. There's even a bar so you can stay refreshed without having to leave the pool area.
Sample the dishes on offer as you take in the view of the gardens. There are occasional themed evenings to keep dinner varied and gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers in the evening, tailored shorts are not accepted. Ladies should wear dresses and skirts of an acceptable length or trousers.
Open in mid and high season - you can grab drinks and light bites throughout the day in here.
These double rooms come in traditional designs with a contemporary twist. Your room will come with a balcony for some space outside as well as air-conditioning and a mini-fridge.
These junior suites have traditional designs with a contemporary twist. There's a balcony for some space outside as well as air-conditioning and a mini-fridge. Your suite will sleep up to 3 adults with twin beds and an extra bed in the bedroom. It's spacious too - with a few steps leading down to a separate sitting area. Refreshments are also provided - you'll have tea and coffee facilities replenished daily, bottled mineral water and there's wine and fruit in your room on arrival. You'll be able to request a fridge* in resort - plus there's also bathrobes, slippers and a safety deposit box.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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