We (two adults and two kids) stayed in one of the larger rooms, not one of the round ones. There was ample space for a couple of extra mattresses for the kids. Very quiet AC, a floor fan, a ceiling fan, a wall mounted flat screen tv and plenty of hot water. The walls had some African batiks and there was a small table chairs and a fridge as well. Fridge was very handy in storing our beach picnic food for the second day. The hotel recommended a guide, Elysee, who took us across the lagoon, (18 KM away by paved road) to the original village of Lahou on the barrier island, then he took us to a strip of beach that he maintains where we spent a couple of hours. We ate dinner one night in the hotel and it was fine. We ordered a couple of hours in advance. We also at breakfast in the hotel and it was also good, with fresh squeezed juice (but the ubiquitous Nescafe instant coffee). The grounds were very pleasant and well maintained and we also used the pool, which overlooks the valley. All in all, we will likely return to the property and do some further exploration of the area.