Accommodations, the spa, restaurants, beaches and the nearby golf course at Rosewood Mayakoba are all accessible via boats that navigate the property's canals and lagoons. From the Harper Collection: "Striking resort in extraordinary 1,600-acre jungle and beach development featuring a remarkable maze of canals, lagoons and pools, a half-hour south of Cancún. Electric-powered launches or golf carts ferry guests to the 128 striking modernist suites of golden limestone, most with private plunge pools, outdoor garden showers and expansive terraces or rooftop sundecks; however, just 16 overlook the white-sand beach (where the swimming is restricted because of a rocky seabed). Four restaurants include Casa del Lago for refined Mexican and European cuisine. Principal amenities are a lavish island spa beside a natural spring-fed pool, and a Greg Norman-designed golf course; also snorkeling, diving, deep-sea and sportfishing, horseback riding and excursions to Mayan ruins."