There were day beds round the lower pool but cost 125 euros. I read other complaints about the cost of beds on rooftop but think charging for sunbeds round the main pool is a really strange policy, especially in such a relaxed hotel. Not one was used in the week we were there. Why not have them on a minimum spend basis? A couple could easily spend 100-150 on food and drinks over a whole day. This just seemed unnecessary and at odds with the vibe of the hotel when we were there (maybe it's more snobby in high season?)
From the moment we arrived, staff were very welcoming and lovely. The hotel is modern, classy and understated.
We went in October and I'm sure the experience is very different frm high season. For a start, Nikki Beach was closed so no noise. The hotel overall was pretty quiet but there is chill out music playing in the pool bar area from breakfast until around midnight. It didn't bother us at all but might do others.
I got a great room-only rate but bill does add up when you have a few dinners and lunches. Breakfast is 25euro each so we only indulged once. Next time I'd probably get a rate that included it.
The room was very nice (Aura I believe, their cheapest). All white, huge bed, view over the pool to the sea, big shower.
Grounds are lovely, beautiful pool. Beach isn't great when compared to others on the island (Cala Llenya, San Vicente, Aguas Blancas all less than 20 mins drive away)
Would definitely go back.