Making exceptionally good use of the small space avaiable, these 52 rooms are introduced by a reception of thickly planked wooden flooring, bedecked with cushions and seating as opulent and colourful as that in a Turkish hashish lounge.
The lobby, populated with antique-style standing fans and railway sleepers as corridor flooring, has an old yet cared-for feel to it.
The restaurant here is so close to the road that the fumes from the exhausts mingle exquisitely with your béchamel. Diesel en flambé has yet to be added to the menu. That withstanding the artwork displayed around the resort makes one’s stay here varied and interesting.
The Deluxe room comes with terracotta tiles and, continuing the antique feel, a wind up alarm clock. The room does not offer much space, is well decorated but is gloomy due to the lack of sufficient windows.
The Studio is a larger room; one does not get the feeling of being cramped in this room, Turkish tiles carpet the floor here.
We didn't get to see this room type on our hotel review visit, as all the units were occupied. If you are interested in one of these, contact us and we'll pop over and take a look.
We didn't get to see this room type either, but if you are interested then contact us and we'll pop over and take a look.
The Pool Suite
This has a private plunge pool surrounding a small dining terrace and is recommended for honeymooners and other couples in search of a perfect spot romance. The Pool Suite is more comfortably furnished than the other room types and pays more attention to wall decoration. All of these rooms have a ceiling fan in accompaniment to air-con.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge.