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Deluxe Ocean View Room Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Cable TV
  • Mini Bar

About the Deluxe Ocean View Room

All of the resort rooms have a wonderful outdoor terrace with a sea view and a pebble floor that massages your feet as you walk over it. From this terrace, the view starts with the garden and its pervasive, all-around green. Then comes the beach below, and finally the sea beyond it all the way to the horizon. The terrace is always a nice alternative place to read a book, meditate, or simply soak in nature in all its glory. The gentle splash of the waves and the occasional chirping of the birds are a soothing alternative to the city sounds we hear all year round.

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