This 'beach' was more of a rocky lagoon. Very small and lots of coral that my kids had issues with. We found another hotel on Isle Verde in San Juan that fit the bill better so we moved over there. Parting shot from the hotel is they wanted a $75 dollar early departure fee, which they finally waived when they discovered I checked in online and was not made aware of the said fee. The hotel itself is OK. Nothing great, and nothing too bad. It could use a little face-lif, but it was clean and the staff was helpful and friendly. Be aware, it is very secluded. You will need a car because absolutely nothing is in walking distance. They charge 20 dollars a day to valet park, or you can park in the garage (a little hike) for 15 dollars a day. They charge a 49 dollar per day 'resort fee,' which I understand is a Puerto Rico mandated tax. That, on top of parking and other taxes, really inflated the cost of the room per night. The 75 dollar early departure fee added insult to injury, but they finally waived that. Everywhere we went, especially breakfast and the nightly manager's reception. There is not enough seating for breakfast, so we were forced to scrounge places in the hotel to set our plates down. Also, avoid the first week in August as the hotel hosts the Pee Wee Reese 12 and under baseball World Series (was told they do this every year). Hundreds of 12 and under boys took over the hotel during our time there. Granted, they were well behaved, but it ended up being a very crowded and noisy experience. Activities Already mentioned the 'beach.' They did have paddle boats and canoes to use in the 'lagoon,' but other than that and the two pools there was nothing else to do on property. If you have little kids probably not a bad place, but with teenage boys it would have been nice to have a basketball court, ping pong tables, shuffle board courts, or anything else to do. All in all, a very average property that could use a facelift and more activities.