Pools – There is a varied array of pools at this resort, including outdoor free-style pools, indoor pools, an indoor liquid sound pool, a cross-current pool, and a lap pool. There is also a dive tank on site for diving beginners to learn in. So whether you want to relax, get a good workout, or just lounge around, there’s a pool to fit your mood! Complimentary lounge chairs, umbrellas, and towels are provided throughout the pool areas.
Spa – The Rock Spa features 75 treatment rooms for the relaxation and rejuvenation you deserve. Schedule individual treatments or indulge in a spa package for extended pampering. Treatments include massages, facials, and body wraps and scrubs.
Beach – The beach is actually a carved inlet bordered by natural rock and coral formations, inlaid with rich Caribbean white sand.
Golf – The resort is located near several golf courses. With lush vegetation, spectacular Caribbean views, and plenty of challenges for any skill level, golfers are sure to enjoy themselves on the courses.
Water Sports – The inlet at the resort is perfect for snorkeling and kayaking. Enjoy a variety of water sports in the nearby area including parasailing, jet skis, wave runners, and more.
Deep Sea Fishing – Plan a fishing trip to nearby Cozumel Island, which boasts some of the best fishing anywhere. Several fishing excursions are available, depending on what you are fishing for. Crews can filet and package your catch to take home. Excursions include fishing equipment, tackle, bait, snacks, refreshments, and pick up and drop off.
Shopping – Shopping is always a fun experience in this part of Mexico. You’ll find products and services in duty free shops, jewelry boutiques, fine gifts store, and logo and sundries shops. Shop for Mexican handicrafts, hammocks, silver, clothing, shoes, black coral products, and much more!
The Little Big Club – The Hard Rock offers supervised activities for children at their exciting kids club. The Little Big Club provides professional staff to watch over your children as they play and interact with others.
Exploration and Sight Seeing – There are several Mayan ruins and exploration opportunities in the region. Site seeing venues offer vacationers several options: Xcaret with its underground rivers, diving, snorkeling, and coral reefs; the natural aquariums at Xel-Ha; the ancient Mayan port of Tulum containing many curious buildings; the villages and cities of Puerto Morelos, San Miguel, Playa del Carmen, and Cancun. Bicycles can be rented in some of these areas. Optional tours not included but available for additional charge are Cozumel, jungle tour, Xcaret, bull fights, horseback riding, Lobster Dinner Cruise, and swimming with dolphins.
Diving and Snorkeling – The nearby coastal waters of Cozumel have remarkable clarity, and the waters are alive with colorful coral and many species of marine life. Dive masters allow you and other divers to choose your reef, depending on your experience level. Novices will enjoy Paradise Reef for the many shallow patch reefs, large brain coral, sea fans and sponges. Intermediate divers may try Palancar Caves or Columbia Wall and encounter big grouper, playful green moray eels, eagle rays and turtles. For the very experienced, Maracaibo Deep and Barracuda Reef are as alluring as they are challenging, where giant orange elephant ear sponges, black coral, large schools of fish, turtles, rays, and even hammerhead sharks may be spotted. Excellent snorkeling is available in many locations, even very close to the hotel itself.