Right next to the Zona Hotelera's main hub of shops and clubs, this hotel still manages to feel secluded because it's set back from Boulevard Kukulcán. Housed in ten separate buildings, rooms are done up in bright tropical colors with rattan furniture and views of the lagoon; the quietest are in Buildings 3, 4, and 5. Rooms are spacious and clean, but very dated with their stucco walls painted with tropical flowers. Suites have fully equipped kitchens, living rooms, and pull-out couches (two-bedroom suites actually consist of a one-bedroom suite and a standard room). There's a small pool with a large deck, which is set amid lush gardens; there's also a small children's play area. A red path winds through the manicured grounds, which makes for a nice walk while taking in views of the lagoon.