We visited this hotel in September 09. My wife, myself, and two teens for a weekend.
The resort was nearly deserted. Except for about twenty gests or so, mostly foreighners. I guess this is due to the occasion of the month of muslims fasting (ramadan), during which most locals stay at home.
This hotel is known for the lagoons it overlooks. This location is known to be one of the best worldwide known places for sky diving, kide surfing. Very long beach, sunny, windy, sandy, clear water, adequate depth. These watwer sports are run by club mistral, skydivers (i guess well known, as i don't practice these sports).
Grounds of this resort are great: gardens, wide pools, long sandy beaches, although everything looks tired.
Accomodation is in 2 levels chalets, 4 rooms each level. Rooms are very spaceous. The room (double) consists of a patio with sofa, fauteuil, A/C. The sleeping area has a large bed, TV, another A/C unit. A large bathroom with bath tub. We were offered an extra bed for our elder son, and charged for a triple room.
I could easily describe this hotel as a hidden gem, but due to the following it was not possible to give it this decription:
The bathroom does not have a floor drain. So any spilled water while showering, washing will keep on the floor until wiped off. When mentionned to the hotel staff, they said it is designed this way to prevent insects and rats from entering through to the rooms.
The dinner buffet is very poor in terms of variety, quantity and quality (maybe because of the fasting period previously mentionned??? ).
The extra bed sheets offered to us with the extra beds, were durty, with "blood spots".
The swimming pool contained sand on the floor, although cleaned at nights.
May be on a different time of the year, the stay could be better. Unless you are looking for water sports, then you could find better escapes for a weekend.