One-, two-, and three-bedroom cottages—painted in cheery pastels and trimmed with gingerbread—are the heart of this beachfront hotel. Built in 1960 as a getaway for the Hau family, the accommodations aren't luxurious, but if you're looking for an unpretentious atmosphere, you'll have a hard time doing better. If you are planning on cooking, you should consider one of the studios, all of which have full kitchens. At the end of the private boardwalk paralleling the beach are three new eco-lodges that utilize rainwater and solar. The open-air restaurant is known for its excellent fish and shellfish. The hotel also has outdoor grills, as well as basketball and volleyball courts reserved for guests.