The resort is contemporary, very spacious in terms of the entire resort, lots of different facets, all very spread out and a constant feeling of space and in terms of rooms and outlooks lots of privacy as well as space. In respect of the superior beach front rooms you have 10 metres in front of your terraces without anyone adjacent being able to see you for example.
The hotel has a great spa area which is set well away from any other part of the resort in a very pretty area alongside a lake - there are 9 private rooms and 3 double treatment rooms all with private showers and oddles of space and very bright in all aspects. There are stunning relaxation areas in the spa area which gives you natural beauty to relax in outside - with chaises longs looking out over the lake in woodland setting etc, there are pretty garden landscaped areas all over the entire resort all planted 1 year ago only.
The hotel has a village style vibrancy hence their original concept trying to call it urban which was a little misunderstood, it is so big and spread out it seems to have a beating heart which is at its epicentre where you find the piazza an italian style square with black and white stone work flooring where all the restaurants and main bar surround - the children run around and play - its like being in the centre of everything and has a market town kind of feel. The restaurants here are brilliant and one of the main benefits of Long Beach is that you can eat a la carte at nil supplement except at the Japanese/Italian fusion option where I ate which is absolutely unique and offers exactly that courses which mix Italian and Japanese cuisine combined. You carry a credit of circa £20 into this restaurant but the prices are sensible here.
The hotel is light and bright and this is also reflected in the bedrooms and the public areas al of which have lots of glass and big glass sliding doors which gives the flexibility of opening up to the wind to cool down or close to keep out the wind. High ceilings give a big sense of space also.