Need to know
Thirty-eight, including 12 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $387.92 (€345), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €4.40 per person per night on check-out.
Room rates don’t usually include breakfast; a buffet spread and an à la carte menu are served at Izakaya each morning (€39 a person). The hotel’s bar and restaurant are open late, but all the rooms are soundproofed to protect you from any noise at night.
You’ll find a menu for various in-room spa treatments in your room.
At the hotel
Lounge area, poolside terrace and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: minibar, TV, Bang & Olufsen speaker, iPod dock, Illy coffee machine, tea-making facilities, free bottled water, local Ayurvedic oils and Dead Clean bath products.
Our favourite rooms
The two penthouses, which have terraces running the length of the room, holding space for outdoor seating, an open-air kitchen and a private cabana – all with 360-degree views that include the marina and the old town. Less extravagant – but no less stylish – are the Sir Deluxe rooms, which seem remarkably spacious thanks to their smart design and the plentiful daylight streaming through the windows.
The saltwater pool is triangular, with sunloungers running the length of its longest side, and café-style tables lining the others. It’s less a pool to do lengths in (the shape makes it a little tricky), and more of a place to socialise and sip cocktails.
Bring your best swimming costume. The pool is lined with tables and acts as a social hub, so you can guarantee a few spectators.
All of the hotel’s communal areas are wheelchair accessible, as is one of the Sir Boutique rooms.
Welcome, but the hotel is best suited to adults. There are no extra beds, but children can share a room with a parent. The breakfast rate for kids is €19.50.