Ratings based on 252 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 Room cleanliness
3.2 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Miami,Fl
Clean and nice staffPosted Jan 30, 2015
The rooms were clean and staff was very helpful. We just wanted somewhere to sleep and visit around cancun and we got what we paid for I would definitely stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Mexico, D.F.
Hotel Imperial las Perlas, muy recomendable.Posted Jan 15, 2015
Pros: EL precio, la comida, que esta frente al mar.
Cons: Los colchones, algunos ya están muy viejos he incomodos, el sistema de aire acondicionado, no tenia control de temperatura.
Location: el hotel ofrece actividades acuáticas, donde se pueden contratar yates y motos, tours, esta cerca del centro de Cancun y de la autopista a Tulum.
La estancia fue muy agradable, estuve 7 días con todo incluido, la comida estuvo excelente y el servicio en general es muy bueno.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Washington, DC
No frills but well-run hotel with great staffPosted Jan 10, 2015
Pros: Staff, cleanliness, beachside bar, calm, clear waters
Cons: Replace the bedding and comforters - a bit worn down
Location: Near port to Isla Mujeres. Not really near other restaurants except by taxi or bus.
Wonderful little place north of the crazy center of the Hotel Zone. Also close to downtown Cancun where the food is better and the prices are lower. Lots of families, with a healthy mix of Mexicans, Europeans, Canadians and Americans. Great little beachside bar with a wonderful staff. Rooms are a bit worn down but comfortable and clean. Bus stop right outside that you can take anywhere for 75 cents. Also a nice little restaurant built right over the water where you can eat with a view of the water and the diving brown pelicans. I will be back!
by A verified travelerfrom CHIAPAS
PLAYAS INCREIBLESPosted Jan 5, 2015
Pros: LAS PLAYAS
Cons: MEJORAR LAS CONDICIONES DE LAS HABITACIONES, SE SIENTE MUY HUMEDA Y LOS COLCHONES EN MAL ESTADO.
Location: CERCANO LA ZONA DE LA CIUDAD, PLAYAS BONITAS, TRANSPORTE ENFRENTE DEL HOTEL.
ESPERABA MEJOR ATENCIÓN Y MAYOR CALIDAD EN LAS HABITACIONES, LO QUE DESTACO DEL HOTEL ES EL ÁREA DE PLAYA.
by A verified travelerfrom chilliwack
Cancun strip hotelPosted Dec 13, 2014
Pros: Close to down town . Good bus service
Cons: Refill breakfast fruit as required, coffee service would be nice
Location: Easy bus service in either direction
Hotel good for an overnighter , on the beach, food so so. Pleasant staff at checkin
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom North Yorkshire
You get what you pay for.Posted Dec 6, 2014
Pros: It's small. Most rooms are spacious. Restaurant on stilts on the sea: quaint. Food is good and the all inclusive deal is good. Bar&resto staff gr8t.
Cons: Staff at reception could be more bilingual and helpful. Twice I sent e-mail and never got an answer.
Location: Good place to explore, as I described previously.
Spent a fortnight there in November. Have stayed in that hotel before and chose to go again as it is very good value. We use it as a base to explore. For example we hired a car for 4 days and in the first week we explored the whole of Yucatan, Chichen Itza, Valladolid, Merida, Uxmal and many other places, not forgetting numerous cenotes, lovely little restaurants etc.. Did the same in the second week and went south, visiting the likes od Coba Tulum etc. A cheaper hotel makes sense if you are going to pay for other hotels for 7 nights! I rather stay in a small hotel with a bit of Mexican flavour than stay in large hotels the type you find anywhere in the world. I also dislike crowds. Most of Cancun strip can be like Blackpool in the sun, including kiss me quick hats! But, hey, that's me. Thank goodness not everyone like the same things.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Sinaloa, Mexico
Well located, near to main turistic attractions.Posted Nov 11, 2014
Pros: The restaurant on the beach
Cons: Romm's furnitures
Location: Near ferry
The hotel is ok for staying one or two nights, you cannot expect luxury but the price is congruent with the facilities.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Dallas, TX
Did not get Ocean View room as bookedPosted Nov 9, 2014
Pros: Convenient to bus route; bus stops across the street in front of hotel; bus stop from hotel in front of Holiday Inn next door. Nice breakfast buffet.
Cons: Hotel did not honor type of room booked. Road construction impacted traffic for several miles; expect noise and traffic jam.
Location: Took 10a-5p tour to Isla Mujeres including snorkeling, but didn't stop by Museum as advertised.
I reserved a "Standard Room, Ocean View" room, but was instead assigned a room facing the road, on an upper level. The toilet tank failed to refill, so the toilet did not flush the second time. Maintenance was not available to fix it 11ish PM, so the front desk reassigned another room, also facing the road, but at the ground level, with a police car parked in front by the curb constantly flashing -- closing the window curtain did not help. I was awoken at 3ish AM by the loud speaker from that police car, which went on for several minutes. The beach was full of sea plants washed ashore, cleaned by hotel staff in the morning, but the water is still full of them, not as clean as other sections of Hotel Zone (Zona Hotelera). Restaurant on the water has nice view of the ocean. Convenient bus to ADO bus station (10 pesos = USD 0.75) in downtown, to airport and other attractions.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Mechanicsburg, PA
Worthy of a Return Visit.Posted Oct 29, 2014
Pros: Staff, location and facilities.
This was my third visit to the Las Perlas. The staff is very helpful, the food is good, and is on the beach, but I noticed that most swimmers used the pool. I like the location as it is walking distance (2 km). The walkway is well lighted and heavily used by other "walkers" so it is completely safe even in the late evening hours. For that matter, I vacationed in Cancun for over 20 years, walked where I pleased, and never felt unsafe or threatened. The Mexican people are very friendly and helpful. Always greet you with a smile!
by A verified travelerfrom NZ/Mex
Reception staff are terrible. Time share warningPosted Oct 23, 2014
The hotel have a desk next to the reception area. They pretend to be staff members at least that was my first impression. Also the reception lady Isabel told me so. But they really are time share sellers, from Resort El CID. I almost fall with the deals they offer. But I read some reviews from El CID and they are quite bad. To me is absolutely dishonest to have this kind of people and help them sharing guest information. It seem they get something out of this. I do not recommend this place at all. Plus the room are smelly and you don't get ocean view as they offered. Also Internet doesn't work.