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“Low-key paradise”
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Petit Lafitte
Ranked #8 of 215 Hotels in Playa del Carmen
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Reviewed 28 March 2013

We had experienced the old Lafitte about 5 years ago and were really looking forward to revisiting in the new location. I second all the positives offered by others here, to which I could add little, so I will just note a couple of minor downers. The old Lafitte had a small store where you could buy snacks, ice cream treats and souvenirs for the kids, so I was surprised to find not even a small tienda at the new location; the closest store is about a mile away and taxis are expensive, so be sure to procure snacks etc. elsewhere. Also while I rate Lafitte family-friendly, it's a quiet place and though we tried (believe me we tried!), I'm afraid our boys, 9 and 6, were sometimes a little too unruly for the general vibe. Nonetheless we will most definitely be back. To the family that owns and operates Lafitte -- very well done!

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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2013

Dear Rapid68

Thank you for coming to spend the end of winter, beginning of spring with us, probably a good taste of great weather before you had your own gorgeous Minnesota, summer. We are happy to hear that you had a taste of the old Capitán Lafitte and decided to give Petit Lafitte the benefit of the doubt after the location change. Thank you for seconding the positive comments of others and in regards of your “downers” yes, we know that a souvenir, snack store is a necessary fixture in a place like Petit Lafitte. Believe me, we are working on it and already have a project for it. Some other priorities have come between the project and us, but we foresee a tiendita in the near future. We are glad you liked the morning sounds and the nature surrounding the garden area. Every once in a while we get a negative comment on it, but nothing major or that can’t be solved.
At last, thank you for your expressed intention of coming back someday.
That means your overall perception of your Petit Lafitte experience was satisfactory.

That is what we try and we are glad we achieve it with you.

Until we meet again,

Iván A. Fuentes

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Reviewed 25 March 2013

Petit Lafitte is a small, sheltered resort consisting of a few sets of nicely clean rooms and cabanas, and a wonderful staff. It is quietly set aside from the generic larger resorts up and down the beach, where the cruise ship-types lay out like sardines in shoulder-to-shoulder beach recliners. The food was great each night and breakfast consisted of the freshest fruit, wonderful granola a variety of Mexican delights, and a consistently cheerful wait staff made the relaxing meals a pleasure. The nightly scene at the palapa bar with Jesus as the expert captain of the drinks was convivial and friendly. My wife, daughter and myself met a number of interesting and very nice people each evening at happy hour as the sun set over the lovely beach. As a particular call-out, you will do well to meet Javier, one of the wait staff, whose genuine interest and kindness made us feel comfortable and well-served as visitors to his lovely country.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Todd C
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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2013

Dear Todd C,

I was just commenting to the previous reviewer about how Petit Lafitte feels like an Oasis, (or at least, that’s what we’ve been told) And you decided to title your review with the use of that particular word. Just as there is the large mega-resorts and their followers, that you describe in your own comical way, we are blessed to have our followers as well. Thank you for showing your appreciation for small and sheltered.
Yes, our food begins with fresh ingredients. Being small allows for buying on a daily basis, the produce used in the preparation of food, fresh, juicy fruits, like our papayas, mangoes and dragon fruits, and fresh meats, chicken and fish. It is a lot easier and pleasurable to work with those ingredients.
Thank you for your special mention to Jesús and Javier, they are considered pillars of our structure, and yes, they are remarkable for their loyalty to Petit Lafitte and their ability to create experiences. Anyone can bring dishes to the table, but to create your feeling of being welcomed and cared for in our country, is Javier and Jesus’ specialty. The other staff members closely follow their guide. Thank you for acknowledging that.
Finally, yes, Petit Lafitte, seems to attract a particular kind of guests, and it seems that those who like secluded, small and personable places, have similar taste also in other aspects, that creates camaraderie. So glad you discovered that at our bar grill.

On behalf of the staff and the owners of Petit Lafitte, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to write and post a review for us.

Warm Regards

Iván A. Fuentes

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Reviewed 24 March 2013

My husband and I just returned from a wonderful week at Petit Lafitte. It lives up to its reputation for friendliness, and the beach is outstanding. It was quiet and calm; the staff -- everyone from the concierge to the men working in the garden -- was unfailingly cheerful; and the scale of the place was just what we were looking for. As many have said, a walk on the beach in either direction immediately shows how rare the Petit Lafitte experience is. The friendly, low-key vibe of the place rubs off on the guests, who strike up conversations easily at the bar and elsewhere, and that's a lovely effect to make in the world! Their relationship with Cesar, the taxi driver/guide, is an added value -- he is helpful, knowledgeable, and fun. And the birds and animals on the far side of the garden are a great extra (what's not to like about a baby goat and a peacock who wanders onto your deck as you're sitting there?). With all this praise, why the missing star? Simply that it is wonderful, but it is not luxurious or glamorous; and the food has some high points, but is not as great as the rest of the experience (take the food thoughts with the caveat that I have never stayed at an AI before -- it may be tons better than the average). We loved our bungalow, but others are right that they are dimly lit -- bring a booklight if you like to read in bed and a small, lighted makeup mirror if you are that sort of person, and you'll be happy. Food highlights are the homemade granola and delicious papaya at breakfast, grilled shrimp tacos (they will grill if you wish, rather than fry) and any of the really fresh and generously-sized salads at lunch, but dinner was never my favorite (to be fair, we happened to eat elsewhere on the days when the menu sounded the best). All the cocktails were fresh and well-made, and even the house wine was always good. A few recommendations: some more palapas for those who need shade but don't want to get up to reserve with towels at 6 am, dinner menus posted for the whole week instead of just that morning, so people can plan; same thing for entertainment (we hated missing music and other stuff because we had made reservations elsewhere). Overall, though, please don't change a thing!

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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 26 August 2013

Dear Maine Food,

Thank you for your preference and for your kind comments. It sounds like your husband and you had a very nice vacation experience at Petit Lafitte. You see, when you are a small beach hotel, you have to get creative with the ways in which to compensate for the size. For us, good attitude, friendliness and attention to detail is the way and of course, as in everything, it takes two to tango. Guests do their part, you came here with an open, friendly attitude and that was perceived not only by the staff, but also by many guests. We realize we are lucky to be on a (still) somewhat secluded stretch of beach. Finding peace and quiet is becoming a luxury these days and yes, we agree, you just have to walk a little to the north or south of the property to see the other kind of vacation experiences, the all inclusive hotels. Some people refer to us as an “oasis,” but, fair enough there is an audience for many styles of travelling, we are just glad you found us and liked us.
We will take your comments into consideration, especially those about the food, and posting menus and entertainment programs. It is really not hard at all.
Thank you so much for taking the time to write and post a review.
We rely on word of mouth publicity and we appreciate your kindness.

Sincerely,

Iván A. Fuentes

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Reviewed 24 March 2013

We loved this place so much we couldn't avoid giving them a great review, but it pains us because now everyone will know. Promise not to tell. Go and experience it for yourself , if you like an extremely relaxing, quiet, beautiful setting, where you can sit and read a book without being disturbed all day long. Not fancy, but not too simple either. The bungalows are really special - new, spacious, attractively decorated and all of them right on the sand. The food, especially the main courses at dinner, are finely prepared and delicious. The breakfast selection is excellent (I loved the pancakes). After going to Playa for the past 10 years, we have seen and done it all. It is a pleasure to do nothing but enjoy long walks on this quiet stretch of beach, and be attended to by the delightful management and wait staff . Shhhhh.......

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  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled as a couple
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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2013

Dear Naramatian,

Certainly January, after the holidays, and yet, in the middle of winter is when I would recommend people to travel. There is a hiatus of quietness before occupancy picks up again in February. We have a team of collaborators to cover full capacity, yet we are more or less half full. This results in over the top service and extra peaceful atmosphere. We are so glad that you decided to share with the world your “new secret” spot. We as a small company, rely on your recommendations and references. As you say, privacy, peacefulness (being able to sit on the beach and read a book without disturbances) is something we try to create. But it is fair to say that for those in need for adrenaline, we do have a water activities center, and a list of tours, like swimming with dolphins, visiting Mayan Archeological sites, jungle tours, parasailing, ATV trails and more just at the reach of your hands. As you say, being a repeat Riviera Maya visitor, you probably have seen most of what is out there to see.
We are so glad you enjoyed the food and the attention of the staff and that you achieved the resting you needed. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to serve you and for sharing about your experience. Enjoy your summer up north, hopefully we will have the pleasure of your company again in the future.

All the best,

Iván Fuentes

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Reviewed 22 March 2013

Let me begin by saying this was our second visit to Petit Lafitte, the last time we were there was in 2011 and in addition I have a history of going to the old Lafitte that dates back to 1995 so I suppose I’m a bit biased however, while some things change others stay the same.

First of all, Lafitte’s isn’t for everyone, its small, in its own way its simple and lacks the glitz that you’ll likely find in the mega resorts that cannibalize the beach. What it has, and what brings us back is the reserved peacefulness and charm of a more private getaway. There is a feeling here as though you are in your very own private paradise, you feel like you are connection to the people here rather than being tethered by a wristband.

The resort offers a choice of accommodations, either a traditionally styled hotel or small cabanas. I can’t speak for what a stay in the hotel area is like as we always stay in the bungalows. The bungalows are small, simple affairs with porch entries, and small but adequate bathrooms. We stayed in an ocean view cabana and enjoyed it. Some of the cabins back up to the pool and dining area and as a result will have more noise I’d imagine but since the resort is quiet at night I wouldn’t think this an issue in terms of getting a good night’s sleep.

A big part of staying at Lafitte’s is a more simplistic vacation, no televisions in the room and Wi-Fi is limited at best though neither of these are bad things in my opinion, it keeps the routine distractions at a minimum. We love the barefoot casual atmosphere and very much enjoy the variety of people at the resort, great conversations are there if you want them! The bar area is the central gathering point, it’s hard to beat an evening breeze and the sound of the surf while you enjoy a margarita. The dining area is further back out of the wind and sun while still being open aired with a high thatched roof. The beach and pool area are not as large as you’d find at a mega resort then again they don’t have to be since this is a more intimate setting. The grounds are impeccably clean and well maintained. We really enjoy the natural feeling of the setting opposed to the false grandeur showcased elsewhere.

While not a traditional all-inclusive, breakfast and dinner is included each day. We really like the food; breakfasts are amazing, and dinner seems to suit us well. We always ask the wait staff their preference regarding the entrées and are happy with their recommendation. Portions are not huge, which, again, we prefer. The meals showcase regional cuisine and flavors, some of the sauces are really amazing. Lunch while not included is available during the afternoon and I’d suggest the chicken soup if even just once, surprisingly tasty.

Some things to keep in mind:

There isn’t a “night life” here, by 9pm it’s very quiet, maybe a few people around the bar but nothing more. We usually go to bed early since we’re up to see the sunrise.

The cabanas are simple; most of your time will be on the beach or in a hammock so this works well. Yes, you will have to use bottled water for brushing your teeth and drinking while in the cabana but that seems like a small price to pay for being right on the beach.

Some things do change; the beach is busier than it was even just two years ago. When once you could sit on the beach and not see anyone for miles you’ll now see people walking or running along the beach though nowhere near as chaotic as at the mega resorts nearby.

One odd thing that happened while we were there, people started “claiming” the beach palaps with towels as early as 6am; I sincerely hope that this was a limited trend since it seems silly. Maybe if everyone stops doing this the trend will stop.

Parents, this is a touchy topic, this is a quiet resort so please be mindful of your children. Voices and crying carry, it seems that there’s always at least one family who assumes no one is bothered by their vocal/crying children but in truth it would go a long way if they’d exercise a little quietness.

Ultimately, we really enjoy our time at Lafitte’s it’s the kind of relaxing breath of fresh air that we need. It seems that we’re always in a hurry or distracted when we’re home so this is a great place to rediscover our center. If you seek a getaway that is low key and peaceful, an analog escape from a digital world then Petit Lafitte may just be the place for you.

Will we be back? Absolutely. Maybe we’ll see you at the bar.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 23 August 2013

Dear Dear Pablo_a2,

We hope your return to Michigan was easy and hassle free.
It is a great honor for us to be one of your favorite spots and to have your repeat business even since Petit Lafitte’s predecessor, Capitán Lafitte. It seems to us (and we hope so) as if this, your second time at Petit Lafitte, left you with a conviction of returning in the future. For us, in the 40 years of history in the hospitality business developing long lasting relationships was high in the list of goals in our mission. You, being the complementing half of the equation fuels us to continue in our journey.
Simple, non-pretentious, bafefoot, casual atmosphere, back to basic, analog vs digital, all those rewarding words are the best prize for our work.
Count on our commitment to keep the standards that we have created and even when doable, our promise to bring them up a notch or two.
If everything goes our way, I gess your intention to see us at the bar, will materialize.

In the meantime, enjoy what must be a sweet summer up north.

Truly,

Iván Fuentes

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Reviewed 17 March 2013

We found this hotel on TA. All of the positive things mentioned that lead us to stay here are 100% correct. Great location. We stayed in a bungalow 100 yards from the waters edge. Good food. Nobody goes to Mexico for gourmet cuisine. But the food here was good and way better than any all inclusive I have been to in the area. But most of all the service here is unbelievable. Jesus at the bar was great. Javier maybe the hardest working waiter on the planet. He went out of his way to make sure that myself and my family wanted for nothing all week. By the second day both Jesus and Javier new the names of everyone in our party. People we met at PF have been going here for 20 years and it easy to see why. Uncrowded with low peetense and a relaxing atmosphere located on the beach. If you want 5 star opulence this is not the place. But we loved te fact that we could walk from our room on the sand with no shoes and head right to the dining room. Bottom line is that we will be back and the waterfront bungalows are the best option. See you all next year. Thanks for a great vacation!

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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 22 July 2013

Dear abelgolf,

Delightful review, concise and eloquent! Thank you so much for posting it! We are very happy that you and your family had such a great time here. We’ve been blessed with reviews on this site that are sincere and the readers, like you, find that they are mostly accurate. We are lucky to be right on the water and be one of the few small hotels that have a beach front, (reserved mostly for the big all inclusive resorts) So, you get the beach, in a fairly secluded area and with the personalized service. We are glad you noticed. Yes Jesus and Javier are just two of our valuable staff members, most of which have devoted their careers to Petit Lafitte. That’s another aspect that is hard to find (there are a few exceptions) in the area. Food. Well, you see, when you are a small hotel, like us, you don’t have a huge walk-in freezer to keep 600 hard rock-chickens, we buy the food on a daily basis and that freshness is palpable. Yeah not gourmet, but we like to think of us as elegant Mexican food with Yucatan and Caribbean touches. I personally loved your comment about walking barefoot on the sand from your bungalow to the dining room, somebody two or three comments past, spoke of having sand in his shoes be a nuisance, we see that “you got the picture.” Enjoy not having to wear shoes....YOU ARE ON THE BEACH!!! We will have to hold you on the promise of returning and becoming one of those repeat clients that you met and that have been coming to Petit Lafitte for many, many years)
Once again, Thank you for your visit,
All the best,

Iván Fuentes

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Reviewed 16 March 2013

We are not travelers who return to the same place twice simply because there is so much else to see. The old Capitan Lafitte was our only exception. Since it's demise a few years ago, this new Petite Lafitte was created and this was our first visit. In reality, the new Lafitte is the old Kai-Kaana (sp?) hotel merged with the newly built bungalows more reflective of the old Capitan Lafitte. The Kai portion of the hotel is the white building with about 35 rooms. Most have at least a partial ocean view. There are 3 floors. We were in room 501 very near the beach on the bottom floor. It appeared to me that the only rooms which might not have ocean views would be the ones nearest the lobby on the bottom floor (probably the 100/200 numbered rooms). However, these rooms do see the pool and the landscaping is very charming and nicely done. We toured the bungalow section and these are nicely unique. We heard some comments that they were dark and indeed they are made of dark wood but they have beautiful glass doors and a very large individual porch to hammock and relax. No TVs in the bungalows. TVs are in the Kai portion though with limited channels. Our room was nice, very simple and clean. The smell of the water in the shower reminds you not to open your mouth and to brush your teeth with the bottled water provided. I would recommend buying additional water when you visit Playa del Carmen as for two of us, the two bottles provided was not enough. One was used for coffee (caffinated coffee provided). The hotel has coffee available at the bar starting at 6am but it was undrinkable for me so I used the in-room coffee maker. Decaf is available only in Nescafe dried form. I did not try the coffee at the restaurant so perhaps it was better there. If you're a decaf drinker, bring filters and your own coffee and use the coffeemaker. There is a fridge in the room if you pick up items in town. If you've got kids, you'll need some snacks. There is no food service from 4p-7p but after a day of swimming and walking the beach, we were hungry again at 4p and wished we'd had some fruit or snacks. We went into Playa del Carmen for 1 day and I highly recommend Aguachiles for lunch (or dinner for that matter). I'm not sure of the location but the taxi driver recommended it as well known for locals and tourists alike. The food was very fresh and I recommend the aguachile, which is what they are known for,hence the name. It was a salad of shredded cucumber with mixed seafood and an avocado sauce. Excellent! On one rainy day, we hired a local cab for $100usd to take us to Akumal and he also took us to a fairly unknown and small cenote called Cenote Azul (please see my pics of the place). The entry was $6usd per person and the place is beautiful. It reminded me of the plentiful cenotes in the area 20 years ago before they were all turned into theme parks. This is a hidden gem and you should see it before it too is commercialized. We swam in several of the "pools" of crystal clear water surrounded by natural jungle. There were only a few people there, albeit it was a drizzly day. A real treat and something special for kids to see nature's work of art. The cab took us onto Akumal where we stayed a few hours swimming and eating/drinking at the main restaurant. The beach at Akumal is beautiful and water very shallow and smooth. So the cabby was with us for about 5hours in total. We did the check out procedure the night before our scheduled departure because there is usually one person working reception and things take awhile.
In conclusion, we liked the hotel because it was not a mega-resort and the guests were from around the world. The staff is excellent and very friendly. I recommend bringing cards, games etc as there is nothing to do other than beach activities. A nice relaxing, unassuming place. Great value for money.

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Ivan F, Director of Sales at Petit Lafitte, responded to this reviewResponded 18 July 2013

Dear Enjoytraveling8,

We are very happy to hear that someone like you, who knew the Old predecessor of Petit Lafitte, came to try our new creation, and more so, as you seem to have left with a bunch of nice memories that were higher that a few flaws.
We decided the bungalows should not have TV, as a matter of fact, we learnt over the course of the years that the public we appeal to, are the types that don’t need television. So we never had TVs at the Old Captain Lafitte, and decided to just keep them in the “Kai” section (as you call these rooms) the little selection of channels is intentional, we don’t want precious vacation time be wasted in front of the boob tube. (Unless, of course there is an importantsporting event or something of that nature)
As for drinking water, please let me clarify that the supply per room per guests is not limited, we place two each day but (sadly nobody told you and you did not enquire) they are just one call away, just dial “O” and the reception staff will send more with the housekeeping staff, If you tell our concierge David or an English speaking person in the staff, you will get an increased daily supply. Another option is to get some at the bar, free of cost! Please don’t buy it in town. COFFEE/ Coffee in the dining room is indeed better quality as it is made by the wait staff. But we have taken steps in improving our coffee supply, We just acquired a new coffee maker that makes excellent cappuccinos and espressos. DECAF, probably you suggestion of bringing your oWn is the best. We rarely have guests that drink it. Meal times are: For Breakfast 7-10 Am, Lunch 12:00 (noon) until 4:00 PM, Dinner 7-9:30 PM. So, on a 15 hour day, there are 5 hours in which there is no food available. These times fit most guests who also find a good idea in going to some of the neighboring restaurants (Cocos Cabañas, for example), just 100 yards away and try a delicious brick oven pizza at 5-6 PM. Otherwise, buying some snack is recommended, you don’t even have to go to town, just one mile away there are two convenience stores in the way to town. (However, we agree, town maybe a very nice idea to do at least once during your vacation). We are delighted to hear about your Akumal/Cenote experience. That is exactly what we like to think of when we hear “Riviera Maya” some of you seasoned Mexico’s Caribbean travelers got to see an unspoiled plethora of pristine places. Fortunately we still have some.
Thank you so much for sharing about Aguachiles, and other sweet experiences you had while visiting Petit Lafitte. We hope that we get to see you again, and feel special again, like we all did on those days when you made of The Old Captain Lafitte’s your exception to the rule of not repeating travelling destinations.

Yours truly

Ivan Fuentes

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Address: Carretera Cancun - Chetumal km 296 + 2.1 | Xcalacoco, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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Region: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya > Playa del Carmen
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Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Swimming Pool
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#4 Family Hotel in Playa del Carmen
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#7 On the Beach Hotel in Playa del Carmen
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Price Range: £144 - £241 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Petit Lafitte 3.5*
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