Great hotel with amazing service. We felt welcome from the moment we arrived. The staff takes in this hotel is immediately clear. We really appreciated being able to learn about and enjoy how the hotel has been carefully built in a manner as to preserve the natural ecosystem. Rooms were great with a spacious courtyard just like the pictures. We've never been to a hotel that was so quiet. Food was excellent with many choices.
Within easy reach of El Camaleon Golf Club, Gran Coral Golf, and Tres Rios Ecopark, this Playa del Carmen resort is set on …More
We had a lovely time at this hotel and would recommend it for a stay in Mexico. We were able to ride around the property instead of walking and this was helpful due to health limitations in our group. The beds were comfortable and the bathroom was luxurious.
The beach was nice and close to the golf course and restaurant. The food was expensive but high end.
This low-rise beachfront Mayan Riviera resort is set amid water channels and lagoons, eight km (five mi) from …More
Just returned from a very relaxing 4-night stay. The staff is very friendly and very helpful. Check-in is very smooth. No waiting in line at a check-in desk. You are greeted with a refreshing drink, tour of the resort and a golf cart ride to your room. The resort is small and intimate. Very beautiful! The food is outstanding! However, there are only 3 restaurants, so if you're looking for a variety of different types of cuisines you won't find that at this resort. There was no swimming in the ocean and there was lots of seaweed in the water and on the beach, but we weren't looking to swim in the ocean. The pool is one of the best we've seen. It's the perfect size with some deeper areas and areas with a few inches of water for lounging. The guys that work around the pool are so friendly and again willing to get you anything you want. The lounge chairs are very comfy. Be sure to the pool early to get a good spot with an umbrella. One of the down sides of this resort is that there is no entertainment at night. The resort is pretty much dead after 9pm. You can go to other sister resorts in the area like Secretes for nighttime entertainment, but you need to pay for your own transportation (taxi). Since this is the highest level resort in the grouping, I would expect free transportation to the near-by sister resorts. Also, the spa and other activities like snorkeling, private dinners, etc. are expensive. We really enjoyed our stay though and can't wait to go back
Nicole from Chicago
Within easy reach of Arrecife de Puerto Morelos National Park, this Puerto Morelos resort is located in a national park and …More