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Puerto Isla Mujeres Resort & Yacht Club
Ranked #27 of 37 Hotels in Isla Mujeres
Reviewed 30 January 2013

As Club Regina owner's we love spending a week in Cancun then taking the hydrofoil over to Isla Mujeres for the second week. So easy and inexpensive to get to. The new large, modern market that's an easy (but hot) walk down the road makes it even better now. (It has food, liquor, fresh bakery, personal products,office products, pharmacy, small electronics dept. and a small clothing section). The staff on this property is wonderful, helpful & always there for anything you might need. Pool is gorgeous, quiet and always a lounge chair. Condos are perfectly clean and very well kept up with comfy beds and top quality linens. Kitchen is quite small but has the basics for a simple meal. They do have a restaurant with reasonable food (not gourmet, but certainly very good). This location is designed for quiet and relaxation. If you are looking for an exciting, busy place, Isla Mujeres is not a good choice. But if you want to just enjoy the sun and pool (there's no beach close by because it is in a lagoon area where yachts dock) and read and relax, this is the place to go! Lots of fun things to do on the Island as you choose.

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  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Susan B
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Reviewed 20 December 2011

For anyone's first time to this country, this is a good place to stay for several reasons: it has most amenities we are accustomed to from living in US, the resort's location presents a great opportunity to observe the local culture and traditions, walking distance to newly built grocery store (think Target). The pluses: manicured landscape, close to the water, room service and restaurant on premises, flat screens TVs, ability to rent cars and golfcarts from premises, pool with bar, hammocks for every villa, secure entrance with guards 24/7. Room for improvement: suites on the small side, sewer smell permeating bathroom 24/7, staff courteous but limited English skills, punctuality; lots of mosquitos but no mosquito netting (bring repellant and use it daily); shower heads above jetted tub (difficult to get in and out of), VERY poor lighting (difficult to read), no mini fridges (unable to enjoy leftovers or any bought snacks needing refrigeration).

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank competent_one
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Reviewed 28 November 2011

Came in with my boat for shelter during last hurricane threat Rina.
Agreed to $1 per foot first night ,$2 a foot for following nights.
On check out , was charged $3 per foot by decision of the manager to hike price by 50% after I checked in! Pay or boat stays was the answer when I complained.
Made a lot of unhappy customers in 3 days .
Thirsty or hungry ,you better hurry ,Bar and restaurant close at 5 pm .

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled solo
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5  Thank 150810Frank
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Reviewed 30 January 2010

I am a Raintree Blue customer, I love Isla Mujeres !! I go there at teast once a year!!. People are very fiendly, nice and they have excellent service. It´s true that its NOT the Raintree Resort, But I love Isla. Its nice, secluded, safe, not expensive.

Excellent for scuba diving and fishing, you can always go and have fun at "El secreto" or stay at the private beach.

You take a Taxi for only a dollar to the hotel so DO not rent a CAR ITS NOT WORTH IT!! coming back and forth and all around the Island will NOT cost you more than 2 dlls!

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Pilar S
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Reviewed 1 October 2006

If you are looking for rest and relaxation this is the island to stay. My husband and I booked this place through our timeshare for our anniversary. It a no frills place, so people that need the ALL INCLUSIVE 5 star luxury you better stay in Cancun. But if you want quiet, off the beaten path, majestic turquoise waters and very very cheap food/drinks stay at this Island of Women...We stayed 7 days at Villa Vera and had an absolute wonderful experience. The hotel is located in the middle of the island, about a 5 minute taxi ride ( $2.50 ) from the shopping area/port. We rented mopeds 3 of the days and scooted around the island and explored ourselves. We snorkeled for $4 per person at Castillo De Garaffon, which we found ourselves on our moped. It is right before the ever touristy and pricey Garrafon National Park. You will be snorkelling on the same reef and see the same fish for a fraction of the price. $4 per person as compared to $55 at the Garaffon Park. Keep on driving south towards the lighthouse and you will find a caribbean village and an awesome view. You can find dollar beers all over the main shopping/dining area on Hidalgo street, one we loved was Sancocho's. They had dollar fajitas as well as dollar beers and $5 fish fillets ( in the garlic sauce ). We would eat for $10 for lunch or dinner. The fish is very good anywhere you go and very very cheap. Playa Norte is awesome for sunset as well. I highly recommend a place called Playa Sol ( ask for ZIggy ) as long as you purchase one beer you can have the beach chairs for free all day. Happy hour though from 4 to 7 here is 2 for 1 beers. Perfect spot to watch the sunset. Do not spend the money at Casa Rolandi restaurant. The hotel will push it. We saw the same sunset at Playa Norte as well as same food on Hidalgo for a fraction of the price.
The hotel has an awesome pool, there prices are very high. We went to the market for water, snacks. The hotel was clean and staff was very courteous. It is on the marina side, not on the beach. So If you want to stay on the beach, dont stay here, or do what we did, rent scooters and go from beach to beach. This hote is not for kids. No ammenities for them. It is almost desolate and we were one of the only guests. It is very quiet, yet nice. I would say a 4 star, not a 5.
Overall awesome Island and good accomodations

  • Stayed: September 2006, travelled as a couple
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12  Thank Deniscia
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Reviewed 11 July 2006

We will be staying at this Hotel in November for 2 weeks, and wondered if you have any more recent review's??? Everything I have read is 3 to 4 years old. I would be glad to write a review after we are there, but would like to know what this Hotel is really like now!
Thank you
bajalj@lemoorenet.com We will bestaying there in 2006

Stayed: November 2005
2  Thank Kay L
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Reviewed 1 April 2003

We spent a week at this beautiful boutique resort on a lovely marina in January 2003. We had a Villa which included a2nd floor bedroom, balcony and master bath plus a first floor great room with small kitchen and 2nd bath. Couch could open for 2nd bed. There is a balcony off master bedroom and a covered porch with 2 chairs and a hammock. The lady who only stayed 2 hours really missed out on a onderful week. The room did smell musty when we first entered, but we opened the doors and ldft just the screened shutters closed and put on ceiling fans, and it freshened up in 5--10 min. We had wonderful staff bending over backward to service us. Tey paid for our taxi to & from the beach club, which was beautiful, calm water on white sandy beach. there is a palapa bar/restaurant that was also a great place to read and find shade. My husband enjoyed the hammock on the edge of the palapa (grass roofed shelter) and i found shade under a palm tree near the beach. One of our favorite experiences was awakening to live classical guitar music about 8:15 each morning. With our plantation shutter doors, the music lifted our spirits and started our day off with great joy. we ate breakfast in our room, or at a poolside table near the musician. We purchased his CDs so we could bring home the memories of such a wonderful vacation. The "superior" rooms would be like a regular hotel room, no kitchen. The "suite" rooms are a little bigger but lack a kitchen, but the "villa" size was absolutely wonderful. One could read in the leather recliner in master bedroom while other person could watch TV downstairs....it gave us a little space. We had dinner in the dining room and it was excellent, but a little more expensive...like fine dining in the states. We went into town walking a few times and took taxi other times. We took the bus back for 3 pesos. You can walk all over the town and to North Beach area without too much effort. Great exercise...pretty flat. North Beach is beautiful calmside. great place for children as it is shallow. Beautiful place to watch the sunset, have dinner and drinks. We felt very comfortable, safe and welcomed by the locals who spoke enough English that we had no trouble. We took taxi from airport to Puerto Moreles (sp?) and took ferry to island. No problem. They just put luggage at front of boat. It was a 20 minute ride on jet boat. If anyone has questions, just email me. Also, it would be fun to rent a scooter or golf cart to tour the rest of island for a day.

20  Thank DonnaDanne
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Address: Kukulcan 4. 5 km, Isla Mujeres 77400, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Isla Mujeres
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#5 Top resorts Hotel in Isla Mujeres
Price Range: £80 - £281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 24
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