The main building of the hotel is centrally located between the Spa and Garden villas and those of the peninsular. Hewn directly into the rock, it appears to metamorphize out of the ground.
Stunning atriums cut directly through the stone above bring light to the open spaces beneath. The main restaurant occupies such a space and sits in front of a brass-clad show kitchen with adjacent incaved private dining rooms.
Such dramatic architectural interventions are at once spell-binding yet humble. Terraces and balconies are protected from the Mediterranean sun by broad slatted wooden beams of the double eaves. Wispy gauze-like curtains billow gently in the breeze. The floors terrace graciously down the swimming pool and beach club on the sandy bay.