Although the beach-side rooms are the obvious accommodation standouts, all feature views of the ocean or lagoon – panoramas taken in by private outdoor terraces. Each also comes dressed in the resort’s signature colonial-chic. Then, upgrades add in everything from butler service and dedicated chefs to private stretches of sand and infinity-pool villas.
If you can tear yourself away from the beach, there’s plenty more opportunity for relaxation back at base. The spa is a definite standout, offering excellent treatments alongside the usual sauna, steam room and lap pool. Then, burn off any excess calories from the dining on offer with a yoga class, set of tennis or bike ride. There’s also a full range of water-sports from snorkelling and paddle-boarding to fishing and jet skiing.
Speaking of calorific indulgence, there’s plenty to choose from here. Get yourself to the Sushi Bar, enjoy just-caught seafood grilled beachside or marvel at the show cooking at the teppanyaki grill. The Spanish fusion restaurant is a further favourite. That’s alongside a full spread of exclusive dining options, including romantic in-suite dinners and private beach meals.