If you are a family – or simply wish to languish in the luxury of extra space and airy comfort – the St. Raphael Executive Rooms are definitely the place to stay!
Stay in one of our top-of-the-range Pool Level ExecutiveRooms and you may notice the odd envious glance coming your way.
Why? Because your garden-terrace leads straight out to the swimming pool – and a refreshing dip is right there on your doorstep. Bliss! The Marina View Executive Rooms, on higher floors, have their own ‘special something’. Each has an extra-large balcony furnished with two sun-loungers where you can catch the sun in private. The balcony is glass-fronted to maximise the stunning view – which takes in the pool and gardens; the marina; and the sparkling sea beyond.
Inside, you can unwind in a carefree ambience of pale wood finishes, blue and white fabrics warmed by burnt-orange accents and chic, modern furnishings. The Mediterranean light, filtered by drapes of soft-striped voile, is reflected by glass trims and mirrors to lend an airy feel to the room. A large bathroom, with a striking two-toned marble finish, adds a luxurious touch.
The Executive Rooms are particularly ideal of families. Indeed, each room can comfortably accommodate a couple with two children and a baby, with room to spare. Foldaway bunk beds – housed neatly within the room’s large hallway – can be separated from the main bedroom by a sliding door. Perfect for parental privacy! Children’s amenities are conveniently close by. Indoors is a games room; outdoors there’s a shaded paddle-pool, kid’s pool with water slide and adjacent playground.
The Executive Wing has an ironing room and an ice machine on each of its five floors. It is also home to ‘Splash’ – the poolside restaurant which serves lunch and early dinner. And our popular summer-night shows in the Amphitheatre are on hand too!
You can choose from three Executive Room types: Pool Level, Marina View, or Inland View. All rooms are identical but, being positioned on the shaded side of the wing, inland View Rooms have a smaller balcony furnished with a table and chairs. 14 of the inland View rooms are categorised as ‘Assisted Disabled’ rooms; they have wider door access and hand rails in the bathrooms.