I stayed here on a business trip in February. My room was large, had two beds, a fireplace, sliding door to green space, two closets and a large sitting area. This resort does not have any rooms with heat or A/C, but we didn't need it. It was in the 40's at night and 80's during the day.
The restaurant had a great breakfast buffet with made to order enchiladas and omelettes as well as other traditional Mexican fare. The hotel restaurant also had good dinner options - the arracherra parilla was a good steak dish and the one pound hamburger was very good.
The resort is spread out over 300 acres and had a beautiful pool area and golf course, though I didn't golf. The place is at about 7000 feet of elevation so you may feel it when you walk up and down the hills at the resort.
The gym was modern and decently equipped and the spa menu was diverse but at typical resort prices. Wi-Fi was free with our package but reception wasn't great in my villa.
If you're heading to Valle de Bravo to see the butterfly migration, you won't be disappointed if you stay here.More