Given the size of this hotel (5,380,000 ft²), a small train service commutes every ten minutes to the heart of the complex. Horseback riding enthusiasts will be pleased to visit the equestrian centre directly on the beach. Just in front of it, the "Indiana plaza" brings together several coloured huts offering all kinds of souvenirs. Bodybuilders can contemplate the ocean while sweating on the modern machines, as for spa enthusiasts, they may opt to be pampered a bit to the sound of rolling waves or relaxing music and an iced tea, in one of the eight massage rooms, including one outdoors under a pergola. Between care procedures, you can relax in one of the panoramic Jacuzzis, filled either with cold or warm water (37°C). Located far from the rooms, the shopping street "El Pueblo" can be quite a fun in the evening, without disturbing other customers. Finally, for golf "aficionados", a shuttle provides free transfer to the golf course, Playa Grande, 10 minutes away. Designed by the famous American architect Robert Trent Jones, this 18-hole course is 370 acres and is located on the seaside.
A lodging tip:
given the size of the hotel, ask for the rooms located near the main swimming pool, where you can focus on the main bars, restaurants and theatre, while avoiding long walks. Buildings E and A, some 65 feet from the beach, offer a beautiful view onto the sea, while buildings D and H are farthest from the beach, some 490 feet away.