The granite chip paved cul de sac lead to a tiny entrance reception. Service is warm and personal. The sound of pouring water comes from the many fountains around.
The building is restored from a old colonial home but much of the historical charm is still retained. The tall Causurina trees, zinc roof, airy verandahs. The restoration blended the old world charm with modern amenities much like the Raffles in Singapore.
There are two kinds of rooms - the regualar rooms and the suites. The rooms have a 60's feel to them with teak wood furniture. Some suites face the sea on the ground level an these are the best rooms to be in. Some have private landscaped Balinese style gardens.
The restored bungalow by the sea is transformed in the restaurant with an adjoining pool. Seating indoors or under sun umbrellas by the pool. The cuisine is Hainanese, famous for their Western and Chinese brand of cooking.