Accommodations at this all-inclusive, adults-only resort are decorated with rich wood furnishings and a cream-and-plum palette. Small sitting areas open onto balconies overlooking the lagoon or ocean; views from the latter are better, but there’s an extra M$953-per day charge for an oceanfront room with a Jacuzzi and minibar. The beach is stunning, and the comfortable pool area has deck chairs and palapas. A spa offers massages and facials, plus there's an outdoor temazcal (dome-shape sweat lodge), which the Maya believe purifies the body. If you like to keep busy, you have lots of options—including mini golf, a casino, and water sports—but for those not drawn to daily activities, newer hotels are available for around the same price.