The minimalist design lobby is medium in size, has high ceiling, full length glass bringing in the natural day light and limited sitting area.
Set in 3.5 hectares of lush tropical greenery with two block of white wash 2-storey colonial building, a new contemporary low rise buildings, a low rise building with glass facade that house the conference rooms and a all glass wedding chapel.
The 37 square meters Deluxe rooms are located in the new building, are sea facing or has garden view. The rooms are designed in contemporary style, in a palette of beiges, creams and dark browns to blend in the resort's natural tropical setting. A sofa with maroon cushion position in front the full length window, a plasma television sit nicely on one end of the dark brown writing desk. The room has either a king size bed or 2 super single size beds and are equipped with coffee/tea making facilities, bathrobe and DVD player. The toilet is of good size has beige marble wall and flooring, black vanity top, long bath and separate shower area. The wardrobe is cleverly design with doors on both side, in the room and in the toilet.
Shutters, the resort's chick restaurant serves contemporary Asian and Western dishes. One could enjoyed authentic Thai cuisine at award-winning Thanying. The 13-seat Sibon was formally a small chapel, offering Japanese kushiage and the seafood is available at Silk Road Of The Sea at the beach house.