The triangular-shaped cabins at this hotel are surprisingly well-equipped, with kitchens, Internet, cable TV, and phone. Each of the two types of cabins—superior (split level) and tourist (one floor)—are a good option for groups and families, sleeping four to 10 people. The so-called tourist cabins are more simply furnished and do not include maid service. But the main reason to stay are the thermal pools, which are included in the price of the cabin.
Day visits to the pools are also possible for 9,800 pesos, and the spa has massages (including a chocolate massage) and facial treatments.