This was the first cliffside resort built in 1951 in Zihua, note there's no elevators and huge set of staircases. So, not the best choice for anyone with body aches, poor knees, or ankles, etc. However, the views are gorgeous, the beach bar and palapas offer shade with old growth of plants and trees. It's more of Mexican quality and style of hotel, which I love the ambiance of. Food is more bland but very well prepared and prices are extremely reasonable. Some rooms do not have AC and the bathrooms are very old/dingy. The views and hammock on our deck made up for it. You get cliffside restaurant view, pool options and fabulous beach access in one for a very affordable price. Just beware of those stairs! I had to take 3 rests to make it up to the reception. We found a taxi could get us up/down a steep side road as our room was pool level.