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Carretera a Playas San Juan Km 2.5, 77600 Cozumel, Mexico – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (all year), Sun Deck
Fishing, Diving, Snorkeling, Spa, Massage, Hot Tub, Private Beach Area, Bicycle Rental, Bikes Available (free)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One additional child from 6 to 12 years is charged USD 20 per person per night when using existing beds.
One additional older child or adult is charged USD 40 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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On a private beach in Cozumel, this all-inclusive resort features exceptional accommodations, endless activities, first-class amenities and is surrounded by a breathtaking natural environment.
Score from 150 reviews Very good
Featuring an outdoor pool and 2 restaurants, this pet-friendly Hotel Cacao is on 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen. Features include a Caribbean Sea view, and the beach is just a quarter mile away.
Score from 48 reviews Wonderful
This Mayan Riviera hotel is located in Playa del Carmen, only 15 minutes from the Xcaret archaeological site. The hotel offers easy access to local beaches.
Score from 224 reviews Very good
Just a few steps from white-sand Playa del Carmen Beach, Hotel La Pasion Boutique has comfortable rooms with balconies, 2 outdoor swimming pools and a hot tub.
Score from 784 reviews Wonderful
House reef Rock-top hot tub (could be hotter) Swimming pool (small) Nice views from rooms. Some good drinks.
Couldn't give us a king room. Location bit out of town (2.5km). Pool quite small to swim properly in.
A great quite, relaxing vacation.
Pool area Ocean view room Beds
The service: the worst I ever experienced, be aware! Jungle (road) view room
Everything, we stayed for 3 nights and did not leave the hotel. They provided everything we needed and this is far the best hotel I have every stayed in!! Have and will recommend it to others.
This is not a luxury hotel. Imagine a Holiday Inn or Best Western remade into a spare boutique. The draw is that it is right on the sea, but without a sandy beach, with decent snorkeling, and a pool and hot tub right there. It also has good yoga every morning on a deck (for a fee) and good spa services in hotel room. The open-air restaurant is good and reasonable. The people are nice and the clientele diverse, and mostly young.
They nickel and dime you a little, e.g., you have a coffee maker, but charge for the coffee packets. The staff is very friendly and competent, but it would be helpful if at least the person at the front desk had better English skills. But the friendliness makes up for it. The toilets have a faint sewer-smell, but this comes along with the incredible beauty of Cozumel, which is a much nicer way to be in the "Mexican Riviera" than Cancun.
Beautiful Hotel all rooms great view close to centre great architechture and atmosphere enviromental friendly professional Staffel.
Miguel, Sugia - Restaurant and Beta - Housekeeping were wonderful. The Front Desk acted like they could care less. The beach day beds were great and the water or pool was just steps away. The center of Town was a 35 minute walk, but it was a good daily exercise.
The first day I left a pair of sandals inside my room. When I returned from the beach they were missing. I reported it to the Front Desk Staff. Security was also notified. Staff searched the beach area and security checked my room. I was offended when several of the restaurant staff said I was drunk - which I wasn't. The next morning my sandals and another pair turned up in another room??? And, the Front Desk had no comment or apology. Luckily, the rest of my stay went without incident. I would stay here again, but the Front Desk Staff needs some Hospitality Training.
Such a nice hotel Great views for sunset Great staff Great location Only downside was no wifi
the staff went above & beyond to make our stay enjoyable!
beds were hard
I loved the atmosphere - not a lot of children.
The beds were too hard - need softer beds.
The hotel is perfectly located, right on the blue waters and just 2 miles north of the town of San Miguel. They have an amazing infinity pool, Jacuzzi right on the sea, palapas and sun beds always available. Food at the restaurant is very good and the breakfast included in our room price is perfect to start the day altough you can add more dishes by paying some little extras. The hotel also offers great activities such as yoga classes, massages and ceviche or tequila classes. Rooms are clean and spacious and we had booked a "jungle view" so I guess the beach view rooms with terrace are even better. I will definitely come back!
The wifi doesn't work well the jaquzi did not work also
The crew want nice, everything is expensive, far from the center
All the facilities of the hotel - infinity pool, jacuzzi, sun beds were great and gives you great places to lay down with the ocean view... The hotel doesn't have beach but there is an entry to the sea water. Nice place if you want to rest.
The hotel is 3 km north from downtown so you need a 50-60 peso taxi to get there (one way). The beds are not so comfortable. Some of the sheets were a little bit dirty.
just come and do a picture!!
The pool in front of the ocean. The amazing view from the room.
The service was extreamly slow.breakfast takes half day long. After you check in they do not care about any issues. No mini-bar. EVERYTHING cost extra money.
The view is fantastic and that's it. הנוף מדהים אבל זה כל מה שיש למלון העלוב הזה להציע.
The staff, the uncomfortable bed, the mosquitos, the unclean pool, the food was very bed, the hotel located badly far away from center and does not offer solution like a grocery in the hotel. המלון מאוד רחוק מהמרכז ומצריך מוניות לכל כיוון, אין שום חנות במרחק סביר כדי לקנות דברים בסיסיים, הצוות ממורמר ולא נחמד, המיטה קשה בצורה נוראית, הבריכה מטונפת למרות שהיא מרכז העניינים, האוכל לא טעים ומוגש במנות מזעריות - בקיצור, מומלץ לשלם 250 פזו דרך ההנחה של בית חב"ד ובאותו סכום לקבל אוכל ושתיה והנאה מהנוף, ולא להיות אורח במלון - חבל על הכסף ועל הזמן !
The view of the ocean. The pool. The jacuzzi. Upgrade and take the room with the ocean view. Nice reasteraunt.
We had ants in our room so they move us to one of the rooms with the ocean view. Far from center, have to take a 60 peso cab.
View, exzellent room, Very helpful staff
Groups of daytourists
snorkeling off the dock, private beach beds, yoga on site, beautiful view, sunset cocktails from room, comfy bed and room facilities, water not in bottles (eco friendly), staff, easy check in checkout, location - not near cruise ships and tons of tourists
Loved the appearance of the outdoor areas. There were so many different spaces to relax. Not crowded. Friendly staff. Perfect ocean out front with great snorkelling. Clean crisp rooms. Will definitely stay here and will recommend to others.
We had an ant problem in our room...but not a big deal.
The hotel is minimalistic and representative of the island in general: Very white, clean, quiet, beautiful. It's a small hotel with only about 40 rooms, so it feels quite intimate. They provide some extras, like yoga classes, massages and a photography workshop, but these packages are not pushed on the guests, and are serious and of high quality. The rooms have solid air-conditioning. The rooms are big, and the ocean view is amazing; sea-facing rooms have a sizeable balcony with comfy reclining chairs. The hotel has two wifi networks, one that works in the front area and the other in the room. Neither network is fantastic, and they sometimes disappear, but this situation was acceptable to us. Don't go here if you need to work off the Internet. The front area of the hotel is divided into multiple mini-areas: There is the restaurant, which is open and faces the sea; then there is the mock beach area (the hotel doesn't have a beach proper), which is divided into two levels, bounded by natural volcanic rock, and outfitted with super comfy four-poster beds with canopies as well as recliners; next to this is a small jetty. Next to the restaurant is an area with acapulco chairs. Next to this is the pool, which is small but very good; it is surrounded by recliners and sun umbrellas, and also has a shallow half for young children. Then there is the bar, which doesn't have seating. Then a wooden, canopied area with hammocks and chairs. Finally there is a lone jacuzzi mounted on a bit of volcanic rock with a single sun chair. (The jacuzzi's interior is painted red, which is a bit awkward; it looks like a pool of blood.) In other words, this division means that you have some flexibility in choosing between different spots depending on what you feel like at the moment. The bar has decent drinks (and they serve the entire front area of the hotel, so it's easy to get anything while you're sunbathing, say).
The hotel attracts a lot of daypass guests who, while we were there, were uniformly loud and unruly 20-somethings who occupied the entire pool area almost the whole day, dove screaming from the jetty and shouted to each other from opposite ends of the hotel. We're not a lot older than they were, but still found them annoying. I would suggest the hotel be a little stricter about noise. The mix of music they play is pretty much the same one every day. It gets on your nerves eventually. I'd prefer no music at all. The hotel is full of microscopic little ants. I suppose it's probably a natural phenomenon that's unavoidable; I'm not sure if they could do anything to prevent it, and I never asked. Nevertheless, it's an annoyance. The hotel is located 4-5 minutes from town by car. Taxis charge about 50-60 pesos per trip, plus tip, so keep this in mind when calculating the total cost of the trip.
EXCELLENT value for money.
Modern hotel with nice facilities and beautiful sea views. Spacious, clean rooms with small balcony looking out to the sea. Good restaurant, so no need to go downtown for dinner (taxi to downtown costs between 60 and 80 peso depending on the whim of the driver - and they usually "have no change"). Divers who have to leave early in the morning can ask for a breakfast to go.
The Wifi only worked in the lobby and restaurant areas. The 2 bikes available for rental are in bad shape. I felt it is not appropriate to charge guests for the use of the bikes, especially if they are not properly maintained. I was also occasionally disturbed by a hum coming from a machine room next to my room. The hotel seems to be very popular with twentysomethings and older guests might feel "crowded out" by these kids.
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