I know I was looking for information on our hotel when we were planning our trip so I thought I would share.
Room 2430 is close to the elevator and has a balcony with a perfect view of the sunset, as did the connecting room 2429.
But my favorite room was the one we got for friends, room 2423. it had a balcony and a giant window, two of the four walls in the bedroom were almost entirely windows. Open the windows and you get a nice ocean breeze through your room and an amazing view of ocean (though you would have to go out onto the balcony to see the sunset)
The hotel service was wonderful. By the end of the trip we felt like part of the El Moro family.
My daughters loved the pools. The water slides and waterfalls were much fun. We were planning on visiting the water park, but once she saw the pool, she was happy right where she was!
My mother, who has a lot of trouble getting around, had some difficulty at the resort. There are lots of stairs and steps and she had trouble negotiating the pool and beach area.
As for the food at the hotel, we didn't eat there often, though we ordered guacamole poolside and it was yummy. We had dinner Saturday night at the restaurant closest to the beach (La Conchita?). They were offereng shrimp and steak shish kabob on the patio at sunset. It was very very good, though a bit expensive. The view was spectacular and the service was great. They make a mean apple martini. I hit the Mega early in the trip and bought fruit and most afternoons I just cut up a big plate of fresh fruit and brought it down to the pool. The pineapple and the mangoes were sooo good!
Right across the street from the hotel is a machine where we exchanged money with no trouble and no fees (yay). I would not recommend changing your money at any hotel, as their rates are always terrible.
We found grabbing taxis right at the front of the hotel was easy, but a bit expensive. We got much better rates and could negotiate better if we just started walking down the street and hailed a cab as we went (VERY easy to do).
The beach was clean and the palapas were perfect, and when we walked early in the mornings, we found some nice shells. When we were there, there were jellyfish most days, and straight out from the hotel there was a dangerous rip tide, but the beach was well patrolled and the lifeguards kept us out of trouble. Just south of us a short walk down the beach was a great place to play in the surf. My kids bought boogie boards at the mercado and had a ball body surfing.