The warm earthy tones of minimalist furniture combine perfectly with the poolside lounge. The property is a combination of four entertainment zones - a snazzy nightclub, a contemporary Goan Tavern, a poolside deck and lounge - all rolled into one to create the ultimate party venue. One can choose to party away or laze around in the outdoor lounge over a few drinks, or beat the heat in the pool.
But why were Mollie King and Frankie Sandford getting especially close? Tell us what caption you would give this picture. It would have been apt if Christmas was on a Saturday this year after a certain girl group brought some much-needed festive cheer to the public by wearing sexy Santa outfits.
The Saturdays have revealed they have chosen a sexier image as they feel they can take more risks now they are an established act. The Saturdays said: "We played it safe before because people didn't really know us, but now we're taking more risks. They added: "It's like what Cheryl Cole said to Kandy Rain on X Factor and it's the same with every girl band - you're allowed to venture out a bit more as you get down the line.
By Sarah Bull. She's no stranger to sexy stage outfits - having worn her fair share of revealing costumes to perform with The Saturdays. So yesterday was just any other day for Frankie Sandford as she and her bandmates performed at the In: Demand Live concert in Glasgow. The girls all wore differing versions of the same outfit in jewelled corsets and tiny black shorts, but it was Frankie who courted the most attention in her very tiny hotpants.
Like many girl groups, bandmembers give themselves a sense of unity wearing co-ordinated costumes. But as her Saturdays bandmates opted for matching white ribbed vests on stage at the O2 Arena in London last night, Frankie Sandford decided to upstage them with a skimpy crop top. Clearly proud of her washboard stomach, the year-old flaunted her slim figure in a loose-fitting white top, which barely covered her purple bra.
Having established themselves as one of Britain's top girl bands, The Saturdays say they now feel ready to embrace a sexier image. The five girls stripped down to their bras and pants as they posed in black PVC and leather. Mollie, Frankie, Vanessa, Rochelle and Una admit they chose a more conservative look when they first made their assault on the charts.
If only all Saturdays were as beautiful as the one thousands of music fans enjoyed in Portrush at the weekend. Whether the weather stayed sunny or not was not of primary importance for the thousands drawn to the north-west for the Live At The Beach festival. A predominantly youthful crowd made Portrush the capital city for pop, as the East Strand resounded to the sounds of a multitude of music acts including X Factor stars Alexandra Burke and Lloyd Daniels.