Rooms at this diver-oriented hotel are bright with Mexican artwork, but those with sea-facing balconies are lighter and airier and don't cost that much more. Bi-level cabanas, which sleep three or four, are a good deal. In addition to an in-house dive shop, the property has storage areas for your gear. A narrow beach across the street has palapa-shaded hammocks, a wooden sundeck with lounge chairs, and steps leading into the water. The restaurant is best at breakfast.