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We escaped the Moon Palace to find paradise here. Having previously stayed in the hotel a couple years ago, it was everything we remembered. Unfortunately we only had time for a day trip and, although it was a little pricey - you get what you...More
They framed us, tried to sell us their “special club”, made us listen for 50 minutes to their presentation, so we can use the beach beds and then said they were occupied by the partners and we could not use them.
The breakfast was cold....More
We had the best five days at this awesome hotel! We read many reviews and carefully selected this for part of our family trip- we have kids ages 12, 10 and 9. One reason we picked it was because of the pool, which was refreshing,...More
Perhaps it was our expectations or Ana y Jose's opinion of itself that knocked this to a 4 star review. Or perhaps just cultural differences. It was a glorious paradise, but needs some tweaks.
The good: The beach is stunning with staff working endlessly to...More
Had dinner here. Lovely place. I think Luis served us and he was brillant. Lovely food - i can recommend the shrimp pasta. My wife enjoyed the tuna with sweet potato. The hot bread in the basket has an amazing taste - thoroughly enjoyable.
Yes, the hotel can flag a taxi for you about 200-230 peso depending on the driver. There are plenty of taxis at the ruins so don’t worry about getting back. Go early as it’s super busy. Plan on going for a swim in the... More
Yes, the hotel can flag a taxi for you about 200-230 peso depending on the driver. There are plenty of taxis at the ruins so don’t worry about getting back. Go early as it’s super busy. Plan on going for a swim in the shallow bay/inlet at the bottom of the ruins nice spot.