Baía restaurant is located in the main building. It has a seating capacity for up to 120 persons and serves a buffet of Mozambican, Portuguese and international specialities. Horizante bar offers coffee, tea, international drinks and tropical cocktails.
Renovated in 2007, this picturesque lodge offers a total of 40 rooms situated amidst magnificent coconut palms and exotic gardens. The hotel is air-conditioned and facilities on offer include an entrance hall with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a bar, a games room, a TV room, a restaurant, conference facilities, Internet access, a laundry service, a kids' club and parking for those arriving by car.
From the 1st of June 2007, the compulsory charge includes a package of selected water sports, including free daily use of windsurfers, canoes and Hobie cats with a rescue boat on standby, one free snorkelling trip to the Biology Station per stay, free daily drop and collect at a Portuguese island for a day on a remote beach with warm translucent water and one free 30-minute water skiing lesson per stay. Guests may check in from 2 pm and are required to check out by 11 am.
All rooms offer a warm exotic atmosphere and are divided into standard and family rooms. Recently renovated, all rooms have high roofs and offer twin or queen-size beds, mosquito nets, air conditioning, an en suite bathroom with shower, a ceiling fan, a telephone, a satellite TV, a safe, tea and coffee making facilities and 2 bottles of mineral water on arrival.
There is an outdoor swimming pool in the hotel grounds, complete with a poolside snack bar and sun loungers and parasols laid out on a sun terrace. Alternatively guests can play tennis or pool or work out in the hotel gym. The hotel offers the following activities: water skiing, banana boating, canoeing, pedal boating, cobra cat sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, sailing boat trips, excursions to the lighthouse and the museum of marine biology, boat visits to Portuguese islands, Santa Maria Island and Turtle Island, excursions on foot to view unusual species of birds, walks along the beach to the museum, visits to Inhaca Island to meet the local people, fishing, dolphin and whale watching and all non-motorised activities.