I really don't understand the other reviews... there is nothing special about this place. Even though the room was clean, the view from the window was terrible. The breakfast was so-so (when available... since they don't prepare anything on Sunday). Moreover, it's way overpriced. For less than this amount of money, you can find in Europe (or in Asia) many B&B that are much better, so the reason why Casa Sirena is in the top 25 in the world is a big mystery.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For travelers who feel the best part of a journey is the people you meet along the way. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood the heart of the quaint island village, Casa Sirena guests are a short walk from wonderful restaurants, colorful shops, and the finest white sand beaches. Breakfast and happy hour are the heart and soul of our hospitality. Start your day with a hearty Mexican breakfast with fresh-squeezed orange juice. Enjoy the company of fellow travelers at our complimentary "Sunset for the Fun Set" cocktail party. Our 80-year old Spanish colonial-style residence has been carefully restored, preserving its unique historic ambiance while adding the comforts of a contemporary boutique hotel. Guest rooms are elegantly-appointed with Tiffany-style reading lamps, espresso maker with capsules, 450-count cotton sheets, bathrobes, imported Turkish beach towels and Land's End canvas beach bags. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Sirena Hotel Isla Mujeres