Fashioned in black polished granite with a carved Palimanan stine facade to its service bar, each kitchen is equipped for self-catering guests with a two-burner gas hob, microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle, blender and water dispenser. The living space in each villa is furnished with an L-shaped sofa and coffee table, while the dining area contains a glass topped table and four chairs. These rooms are cooled by an efficient, portable air-cooler. From here, glass doors open to small outdoor courtyards where the sun streams through
All of the air-conditioned bedrooms are the same and have a Chinese feel to them, with dark wood, sliding glass doors to the living spaces or balcony decks, dark red Chinese silk cushions and bed runners, netted king-sized beds with woven wood backs, red lampshades on wooden lamps, comfy chairs, and 26-inch satelite-channel TVs and DVD players. All are complemented by separate walk-in dressing rooms and adjoining ensuites. The semi-open-air bathrooms all have non-slip acid marble floor with walls and surfaces crafted in creamy white Palimanan stone, smooth marble, indian slate, polished black granite, and stacked slate, presenting a contrasting array of monochromatic texture. All have twin ceramic washbasins, huge wall mirrors, bathtubes with hand held showers, walk-in monsoon showers, and tiny gardens omamented with pebbles, parlour palms and jungle vines under semi-open glass roofs.
Each upper floor includes a timber balcony deck with lovely views over the rice fields and furnished with a circular daybed for two, making a peaceful spot for relaxing or reading a book. Next to this is a small roof garden.