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had family stay here during a visit. while the hotel itself is fine the beach is completely eroded and needs lots of work. asked around and found others in area have done beach rennovation that has yielded excellent results but the website does not reflect...More
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Response from sjbk, Director of Sales at Omni Puerto Aventuras Beach ResortResponded 18 July 2011
Dear Past Omni Puerto Aventuras Guests,
Thank you for your feedback regarding your recent stay at our resort. The beachfront area at the Omni and next door to the hotel changes with the tides, as it is in a cove type of location in Puerto...More
Imagine this: you step out from the airport van and up three steps into an enormous, open-sided palapa. Just steps away lies an inviting azure pool surrounded by loungers and cushioned sofas, and feet beyond that, the ocean waves crash upon a white, sandy, plam-treed...More
During the day we hung out by the beach played some fun games ate alot of food and drank all day. By night we had a great guy named charlie that showed us around the clubs. He took us to the hottest clubs every night...More
I went went 3, old and best girlfriends on this trip. The resort was nice and more quaint than other all-inclusives I had been to. The staff was lovely and the food was average, except for the sushi bar that was amazing! My main complaint...More
To start, our room was wonderful... we had a 1-bedroom suite, & it was clean and tastefully decorated. We chose to do the all-inclusive for our stay, starts at three days on up, and because of this, our room was stocked on the first day...More
Hard to answer as I am back in Cancun and the sargassum (that is what the plant is) varies by location. A few days ago we were clobbered by the stuff up here and now it is all gone. It depends upon the weather, wind... More
Hard to answer as I am back in Cancun and the sargassum (that is what the plant is) varies by location. A few days ago we were clobbered by the stuff up here and now it is all gone. It depends upon the weather, wind conditions, etc.