Need to know
313, including 224 suites.
Noon. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $349.90 (€309), excluding tax at 15 per cent.
Rates usually include breakfast.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, gym, tennis court, kids’ club. In rooms: air-conditioning, minibar, free bottled water, TV, tea and coffee, and U Spa by Constance bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Predictably, given their lofty location, the clifftop Hillside Villas are the best sunset spots in the hotel; their plunge pools are pretty pleasing, too (as is the in-room wine selection). Some of the room categories are a bit more basic, but everything else on offer at this resort means you probably won’t even notice.
Take a dip in one of the four pools dotted throughout the village, or your own private splashing spot if you’ve booked a villa.
The U Spa by Constance is another micro-village within the tropical gardens, with 14 treatment rooms, a sauna and Pilates-and-yoga schedule.
Bring jungle-explorer clothing: cork-dangling hats and a whole lot of neutral linens if you want to get serious.
Due to its jungly setting, the hotel isn’t accessible for wheelchair users.
Babysitting is available 24 hours a day and costs from around £8 an hour. There’s a kids’ club for Little Smiths aged four and up. Extra beds can be added to all rooms (for an extra charge).
Babies and up
The multiple-roomed villas are the best bet for families, but extra beds can be added to all rooms.
The kids’ club is open daily between 9am and 8pm, and accepts children aged four and older. Younger children can attend but will require a babysitter, charged hourly.
Playground, beach, pedalos, playhouses, mangrove visiting, arts and crafts.
Children are allowed in some of the resort’s restaurants and bars, but not all.
Available between 8pm and 8am, for around £12 an hour (£8 an hour during the day). If parents require more than five hours, a room-service meal for the babysitter will be added to the bill.