Whether you're traveling for a business meeting or a family get-together, this all-inclusive property is one of the liveliest places in the Corridor and has the only swimmable beach thanks to a manmade cove. Slightly dated, rooms have marble floors and Aztec relief headboards with hues of orange that match the pillows and bed throws. There are several dining options but reservations fill up fast for the a la carte restaurant, meaning most guests end up eating buffet style. The resort offers one of the largest meeting centers in the region, holding up to 1,100. In winter, it's family oriented, with nightly themed shows, along with a Bingo Night, a Kids' Club, and even a whale-watching bell down by the pool—ring it when you spot a whale! Rooms have basic furnishings, with no nod toward luxury, and bathrooms generally need updating.