The lobby is large and open overlooking the resort.
Designed in the style of the island's former sugar plantations, the architecture is elegant colonial and different from any other property on the island.
Rooms are accommodated in villas of 6 or 8 rooms and decorated in a colonial style. Each room features a television, DVD/CD player, mini-bar, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and electronic safe. Superior rooms have a balcony or terrace overlooking the gardens.
The resort offers three restaurants, plus a pool bar for light snacks and the Chateau, a 19th century building, over from the former sugar plantation, now housing a restaurant near the golf course. The main restaurant, open for breakfast and dinner, is situated over four levels and overlooks the river and mountains. In addition, guests can choose the Italian or seafood restaurants.