Need To Know
158, including 11 Family Suites, two Grand Suites and two Two-Bedroom Bungalows.
12 noon. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from £119.34 (€138), including tax at 13 per cent.
Rates usually include a generous buffet breakfast (€25 an adult; €15 a child). Children Baby cots can be added to all rooms (excluding the Standard Room and Junior Suite Sea Front with Jacuzzi categories) free, and children stay free on twin beds, rollaway beds and sofabeds.
Public areas are wheelchair accessible and prams can be trundled about with ease.
Annually from 1 November to 25 April.
At the hotel
Private beach, spa, swimming pools, restaurants, Eagles Café, bars, kids clubs, playground, tennis court, gym, parking, free WiFi throughout.
In your room
LCD TV, radio, Nespresso coffee machine, two minibars (one with snacks and drinks, another with toiletries), beach towels, bathrobes, slippers and Apivita bath products.
Our favourite rooms
If you’re travelling with a tiny baby (not a speedy crawler) or swim-confident kids, book a Two-Bedroom Bungalow with a private pool. These are the resort’s most stylish stays, with gleaming white walls and linens, brightened with colourful glass lamps and furnished with local finds. Junior Suites comfortably fit a family of four in an open-plan bedroom and living room, and Junior Suite Sea Front 236 offers a cosy set up (kids on extra beds, parents in the double bed), but its large enough for little ones to run around in, with a balcony, and a separate bath tub and shower. Superior Sea View 115B has romantic blue views of layered sea and sky from the balcony, yet it’s large enough to sleep Mum, Dad and a baby.
The main seawater pool is surrounded by sprigs of herbs and flowerbeds alongside rows of sunloungers; it's unsupervised, but juniors are welcome, and parents can keep watch from the swim-up bar. Very little ones can paddle in the petite, shallow children’s pool a few steps away (with parents keeping watch). The indoor-outdoor spa pool is a serene, child-free space.
Eagles Spa is a low-lit space composed of glass and sandstone, where a calmly trickling waterfall feature greets you, and therapists do wonders with Elemis and Apivita products. Facials; exotic wraps and scrubs infused with coconut or frangipani; mani-pedis and massages are carried out in three treatment rooms; however, you can be pampered under a pavilion on the beach or in your villa. You can also recline in the steam bath or sauna, swim in the indoor-outdoor spa pool, or sling mud – in the best possible fashion – in a rhassoul chamber. For deep pampering, opt for a day package or lengthy spa ritual. The small fitness centre has TechnoGym equipment and personal trainers on request, and free yoga, pilates and aqua aerobics classes are held frequently.
Sessions in the kids clubs fill up quickly, so we advise reserving your slots when booking your holiday.
Dogs stay free (up to 5kgs), but are not allowed in restaurants or bars.
The resort sources ingredients from very local suppliers where possible.