The hotel comprises a total of 196 rooms and features an inviting lobby with a reception desk. Facilities on offer here include some shops, a coffee shop, a hairdresser, a bar, a games room, and 2 restaurants. A conference room and a complete business centre are also available, and the 24 hour room service rounds off the facilities on offer. Special facilities for the disabled are available.
This luxury hotel is situated directly in front of the Lagoa da Anta Beach, and is closed from the touristic center and different attractions in Maceió. The hotel also offers easy access to both the North and South Beaches. It is about 2.5 km from Ponta Verde beach, 5 km from Pajuçara Beach and 25 km from the airport.
The cosy rooms all come with an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a radio and Internet access. A minibar, individually adjustable air conditioning, and a hire safe are also provided in all accommodation units as standard.
It has the biggest pool all over in the State. Is has a full service fitness provider, two tennis court, besides the different service as a Mini Golf course and an exclusive Urban Spa. Other services: Room Service, Dry saunas and steam, Tennis courts (gravel), Fitness Center, helpers, Kids Club, Pool for adults and children, Outdoor Whirlpool,Volleyball court, Mini Golf, Outdoor Games, Shop Crafts, Baby Copa, Laundry, Rental cars and bikes, Ofuro Balinese, Urban Spa, Restaurant, Bistrot, Poolside, Deck bar, Lobby bar, Wireless Internet, Parking.
The hotel has breakfast, plus a selection of wines and cigars in bars and restaurants. Cana-Café Brasserie: Located on the ground floor, offers the most varied buffet of Maceio. Lunch is served a la carte. - Le Bistrot Sururu Northeastern brings in its exclusive menu dishes prepared with French sophistication and the unique taste of the Brazilian Northeast. The unique atmosphere reminiscent of the France of the '60s, and includes an exclusive wine list.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
HiFi stereo system