Yes, the price is right if you're overlanding like we are. We had a parking space with enough space to be comfortable, and not too many people. The restaurant is somewhat of a disappointment as it's "self serve" you order while two ladies just sit there and wait? Kinda weird concept... The food is soso, my lake fish kinda tasted like the bottom of the lake, silt included. The public washrooms are clean but offer ZERO privacy, the stalls have hard plastic curtains that curl up and let anyone walking in see you doing your business... Just what one wants! The pool is big, maybe too big as they should have someone on staff full time to keep all the debris from surrounding trees from accumulating so quickly... The only decent shower and toilet are those at the pool. Lastly, when we left two days later, we got to witness a very disturbing lunch preparation right next to our setup... Cow head! No kidding. Finally, we were lucky not to get electrocuted at our camping space as there was a big puddle of water and a 3/10 wire with 220V on the ground that was LIVE and not caped, marred or protected. Death waiting to happen... They said they would fix it. Good thing! Hope this review was helpful!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mayabell infrastructure is fully integrated with its surroundings. We offer all the necessary services to enjoy a comfortable stay in harmony with the nature, because it is a magical place, located in a "Protected Natural Area" in the heart of the Mayan jungle of the Mexican southeast. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Maya Bell Rv And Camping Park Hotel Palenque