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Outside, there is a barbeque with dining table, and a pool, which offered shady respite in the afternoon. Perfect for those with small kids in need of an afternoon sleep - no need to halt your holiday while having to return to the room for a few hours.
There is a reasonably priced restaurant on site, and a shuttle into town for those without a car - but there is plenty of free parking at the resort, so a hire car can be used throughout your stay, if you wish to explore further afield.
The resort is built around the massive lagoon pool, which is flame lit at night to extend the swimming until late in the evening. There are plenty of sun lounges around the edges for those that wish for some peaceful space, away from the crowds. Swim up rooms have their own poolside lounges, along with their own direct access to the pool.