Rooms at this two-story former Club Med property are small, like hobbit holes, but bright and functional, with wooden furniture and twin beds that fit nicely into alcoves. Since rooms are petite and slightly dated, guests tend to hang out in the comfy library with a giant-screen TV and lots of reading material, or at thatch-shaded tables next to the pool. The indoor restaurant ($), which may seem classy or old-Europe fussy depending on your taste, serves both regional
fare and international dishes. With museum-quality reproductions of Mayan statues throughout (even in the pool), it's several times less expensive than, and equally as charming as, the other options, which are just a stone's throw from the ruins.