The lobby is the authentic heart of the building, occupying a part of each floor and connecting them in a single quadruple space looking outwards onto nature. Each floor has a viewing area of both the outdoor scenery and the indoor design. The stairs that rise up through the lobby area connect the interior journey with the exterior environment. The natural light penetrating corridors and diagonal openings also helps connect the inside of the building with its environment and was one of the obsessions of the architects throughout the building process.
The building uses the highest quality materials to achieve a traditional Mediterranean style at the height of modernity. The white and wavy building is a backdrop to the scenery, while the black stone at its base makes it appear to be floating on air. Strategically placed large wooden structures appeal to the touch, while ample glass windows allow maximum visibility of the countryside and golf course. The materials stand out against a raw concrete canvas, highlighting the contrast with the superior quality building materials.
The hotel provides gardens measuring over 25,000 m2;, with grass, plants and trees surrounding the swimming pools. The restaurant terrace provides excellent views of the gardens to be enjoyed at breakfast, lunch or dinner in a setting of peace and tranquillity.