This salmon-color hotel is a mix of colonial and modern Mexico with whitewashed rooms accented with a brightly-colored wall, wrought-iron ceiling and wall fixtures, and sturdy, hand-carved furniture. Junior suites have balconies (overlooking the parking area), small kitchens, a living-dining area, king beds, and spa baths. Of the standard rooms, the nicest have terraces overlooking the orchard. The Ecotel also has a game room, communal computers for guests, an arboretum
with local flora, and a fenced-in area for ducks. You can borrow racquets and tennis balls to use on the cement court. The main restaurant has a big menu ranging from nachos and pizza to filet mignon and lobster, but the flavors here are uninspiring.