Oh, there are, but there are also costs, and few people have seen both sides of the coin to know which they prefer.
I have been considered very ugly, and mildly attractive. Attractiveness wins hands down every time. It has its issues though, the more attractive I got the better women treated me, and the worse men treated me. The uglier I was, the better men treated me and the worse women treated me. This I think is due to a hierarchichal thing, as well as some degree of envy. Especially if they knew the uglier version of you, then they can get really ****ty and try to put you down, because they feel threatened.
I haven't been very attractive though, so I imagine that does come with its own set of unique problems, and they will probably be based around people assuming your life is perfect, jealousy, feeling inferior and the opposite sex trying to take advantage of you / pestering. That in no way means there aren't advantages however, you just may be blind to those, because you have always had them.
Being unattractive carries a far worse set of problems (esp if that comes from being overweight), because then people can treat you like absolute ****.
Enough about me, lets talk about you, what do you think about me?