The lobby is large in size with the lobby bar towards the back looking over the lagoon.
The property is constructed mainly from local wood, marble and thatch and the colour palette incoroprated various shades of white, beige and cream. With only two floors, all areas of the resort are easily accessible. The man-made lagoon flows nearby all the main areas of the resort, while various waterfalls flow into it, disguising the fact that it is the property's swimming pool. The beach is long and spacious and the outlying reef provdies a calm area for swimming.
The very large rooms are decorated with Mauritian and Asian themes in sand and light wood colours accented by rattan furniture. Each room has a balcony or terrace and faces the sea and daily sunset.
Guests have a choice of four restaurants at this property with menus offering international, Thai, Mauritian and gourmet cuisine. The main restaurant overlooks the man-made lagoon and serves buffet breakfast and dinner. The Thai restaurant, a first in the Indian Ocean, is located near the pool. A casual beachfront restaurant offers guests light fare for lunch and the gastronomic restaurant, set away from the main areas, offers a dinner menu reliant heavily on seafood.