This was my second stay with La Pasion. This is a great place to stay - great location, outstanding staff, awesome staff, clean rooms, cute pool, etc. I plan to return to this beautiful hotel. I especially enjoy the charm of the smaller hotels
This hotel is located in Playa del Carmen (Avenida Constituyentes), close to Nuestra Senora del Carmen Catholic Church, Playa …More
Located next to the marina, it's got a beautiful view.
Small, but clean pool, plus a natural pool/tiny beach with sand, with all kinds of reef fish swimming in and out. Awesome!
All 6 rooms face the water. Private terrace, with hammock.
Hard to find, affordable stay in Puerto Aventuras.
Surrounded by mansions and yachts.
You won't get rude neighbors.
Everybody it's cool, and ready to help.
Definitely coming back.
Delio from Laredo, Tx.
This Puerto Aventuras inn is set on the beach a short distance from CEDAM Museum, Puerto Aventuras Marina, and Dolphin …More
"Well located boutique hotel. Outstanding breakfast"
We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights and had a great time. The owner and staff are terrific, they get to know everyone personally. Fantastic breakfast in the mornings - a real highlight and included in out stay. A cute, boutique setting in a location right between the beach and Fifth Avenue. Great restaurant next door as well. Highly recommended...it really was a great location - easy to walk to beach (5-10 min?) and fifth avenue 2 minutes away. Quiet
Hotel La Semilla is a member of Design Hotels - Hotel La Semilla B and B has a laid-back atmosphere - The organic forms and …More
I have stayed at several properties on the beach.. but The Beach Tulum is definitely on the top of my list. The service is impeccable with super friendly staff.. Shout out to Greg (beach server), Erick (restaurant manager), Barbara (lobby bartender) and Sylvia (front desk). They were not only super accommodating but really helped to enhance our stay at Beach Tulum. Highly recommend!!
world traveler from k
Nestled on the beach, this resort is in Tulum, within the vicinity of Tulum National Park and Tulum Mayan Ruins. Regional …More
Just returned home from 5 nts in Paradisus FC and loved the connecting rooms and pools. Activities for young children included the pool pirate ship and slides, wibit inflatables, kayaking, euro bungy and rock climbing wall. The kids zone was ok but needs more games. Didn't leave our 5 or 3 year old in kids zone but several parents dropped off kids during dinner or for afternoon activities. My two loved playing in the sand at the beach and then to refresh at the pool.
Now for food.... Hydro grill had a sno cone machine which we frequently visited plus good buffalo wings along with fries. Burgers and chicken sandwiches also decent. For dinner I recommend the Bana show cooking and Fuego for Asian food (adults only). Very good hibachi grill and the salmon and ceviche at Fuego excellent. Do NOT eat at the Market unless you like low quality meat. Didn't get to try Mole or Vento but looked ok. Buffet food was average with fresh pasta. Only wish of ours was for an Italian restaurant or wood fire pizza oven...pizza only average at best. Naos buffet did have good ice cream....best coconut ice cream ever!
After dinner we always had to play on the inflatable slides and bouncy house. My two boys enjoyed the different two inflatables every night. We watched the Elvis and Michael Jackson shows but not enough seats and very average performances. I would recommend more shows for kids like magicians, dance and acrobatic performances.
GOOD stay overall for young families
Brian from KY
This Playa del Carmen resort is located by the sea, offering direct access to the beach and only short distance from …More
"great place, great restauraunt, great neighborhood"
Wife and I stayed at Zamas one week in February. The cabana we were in was perfect for us - very few distractions (no internet, thank goodness). The bed had nettting all around to protect from mosquitos (there were a few bites on the calm nights, but it was windy most of the time and very few bugs in general). Our room was big and airy, but it is not like a hotel, more like a cabin - low light levels, and lots of wind blowing through. They cleaned our room every day, which was nice (lots of sand). Two nice hammocks on the porch. The beach there is great, though beaches down the road were nicer, and had better snorkeling. That being said, I would come to this location again. The restaurant at Zamas was great, and had bands almost every night. All the nearby restaurants were also just excellent. We had the most outstanding seafood at these places. The neighborhood was totally safe. Iguanas EVERYWHERE. LOVED it.
T from Boston
ZAMAS is a small beach cabana hotel with thatch roofs stucco walls in beach-worn hues and vibrant tile dcor. The …More