It's the outdoor scene that sets this hotel apart. Not only is it pulled right up against its own private beach its twin pools are bordered by lush palms and white canvas parasols. Plus there's a swim-up bar. Away from the poolside sleek decked terraces dotted with cushioned wicker chairs and oversized umbrellas make a quiet spot to relax.
Inside the lobby and cocktail bar is all sink-into-me sofas in shades of coffee and cream and black leather chaises longues. Bedrooms meanwhile are air-conditioned and spacious with large beds. Many of the balconies are big enough to dine out on.
Talking of food there's the main Thalassa restaurant that's all warm honey-coloured walls and linens. It opens out on to a panoramic terrace with views across the pools and sea. For an a la carte lunch or dinner the Mermaid open-air restaurant by the main pool fits the bill. Lavish buffets and themed nights keep things interesting.
Last but not least this hotel knows how to pamper its guests. The spa offers up a sauna and steam room not to mention muscle-melting massages and beauty treatments.