Pleasant and affordable stay

My room was spotless as was anyplace else in the resort. The only reason why I gave a 4 would be that the bed was too firm. So we are the cushions. I didn’t sleep well and spent a few nights at the seat. The hotel is next to a mall and an excellent taco restaurant; both pluses. The shore is a must for any tourist.

This hotel is downtown, which makes it rather easy to go anywhere from here! The resort is quite clean, nice decoration, routine ac maybe not a noisy unit at the area as with other resorts, an exhaust fan in the bathroom, lovely balcony view of the town. Good workers! Jose Manuel, Guillermo, and Alberto went out of the way to make our stay comfortable and quite beneficial!

Following a chaotic Immigration Procedure at Cancun Airport (notice there’s not any free wifi). All with a grin. He warned us about moving prices for flights from the Caribbean Cancun Zone to cab fares into the Hotel Zone (which costs more). Turns out cabs aren’t metered. Everybody else has been friendly and pleasant also. Obviously, it didn’t hurt to talk some Spanish. The resort was beautiful, clean and contemporary.

Our area had a cute little balcony facing the construction being constructed next door (so not a lot of views). But we have two queen beds, free and speedy WiFI, Cable TV (bulk in Spanish stations ), an utterly free jar of water every day (there were two but 1 was free and another there was a small commission ). There were adequate sockets, small refrigerator and coffee machine, and a few tea bags. There’s a little safe in the cupboard. Also, the staff recommended us to check the cozumel dive sites map for good diving trip near the hotel.

It isn’t stuck into the desk, but we found no problems in any way. The AC was high in our own rooms, and we had no difficulties. However, the temps throughout our stay were 80’s rather than humid. This resort for a convenience store next door and some places to catch a snack.
We didn’t have sufficient time to have a look at the Japanese restaurant next door. But we did walk 10-12 minutes walk to the largest mall in the region — Plaza de Americas.

We picked for Sanborns for meals. Additionally, this place is near Mercado 28 (quite a brief taxi ride 5 minutes taxi ride) also to some neighborhood grocery store. The Hotel Zone is approximately 250-350 pesos based if the northern region nearer to city or southern part nearer to La Isla Shopping place or Playa Delfines into the Cancun Sign.

We believed the morning breakfast choices were ample and the local Mexican hot breakfast diverse a bit daily. Def would stay here if you would like to spend less, get a decent price, fantastic service and proper location (if you’re ok not being at an inclusive hotel, you’re alright not being adjacent to the shore).