Immerso's location is ideal, as it is high enough to feel secluded and peaceful while also providing stunning views of the ocean and beyond. Each room takes full advantage of its peaceful surroundings with large windows running from floor to ceiling, but the rooms with a view of the water are especially relaxing because the beds are arranged so that guests can gaze out at the water as soon as they open their eyes in the morning (this is one of the few times when guests are strongly encouraged to forego the blackout blinds in order to watch the sunrise).
The on-site spa, which provides massages and facials, contributes to the relaxed atmosphere guests can experience anywhere at the hotel, from the pool to the restaurant with a view. Chef Alexandre Silva serves up meals with a focus on fire cooking, and the lunch and dinner menus are intentionally kept short so that you don't have to make any tough choices during your stay. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more conducive place to unwind.