The sandy colored Solmar sits against the rocks at Land's End facing the surging Pacific. The all-suite accommodations are simple but clean, and are done in a Mexico–Santa Fe style. The oldest rooms have ocean views, and you literally feel the waves breaking on the nearby beach. Time-share units (also used as hotel rooms) have kitchenettes and a private pool area. The all-inclusive plan gives access to one restaurant and two bars, meaning food choices are limited. The surf here is far too dangerous for swimming, but don't miss a stroll along the wide strip of beach. The Solmar's sportfishing service is a longtime local favorite, and a small spa adds to the attraction.