Yes, there are themed rooms as detailed, and they are a wide mix from Italy to cave man. Irrespective of the theming, the craftsmanship is high: in our rooms the shutters were really high quality (how particular was I, inspecting the quality of the shutters on a family holiday) and the sofas and wallpaper high end. And fun, with glitzy stage mirrors, lacquered cabinets and so on. The heated outdoor pool is wonderful, overlooking the mountains, and we were given pizza by the pool that the waitress for the bar had just cooked. That was lovely, and she didn't mind if, in our decadence, crumbs went into the spa. No free glass of champagne, though.
The main restaurant is over priced ($40+ dollars for filet mignon) and not the best we had, but where else can you eat in such a flood of pink kitsch. The toilets are renowned, and okay, and there is a fun little wine merchant downstairs to help keep the waterfall going.
The truth is, it is a bit 70s, but then Dallas is back, so Madonna is at least contemporary as the seventies are recycled. And for reasons that aren't clear, I shed a tear on leaving. It's a funny old place.More
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