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A great place for everyone! There was plenty to keep you active, if you wanted to be, and plenty space to just relax. The hotel is kept spotlessly clean, the food is of high quality with tremendous choice, the staff are all so keen to be as helpful as they possibly can to ensure you have a great holiday. . It was good also to note that the restaurant staff ensure that the dress code is strictly adhered to, also that food doesn't make its way down to the poolside.The rooms are spacious, and kept scrupulously clean. One down side is that the mosqitoes appear to be resistant to all known antimosquito preparations! Also the addition of tea/coffee making facilities in room would be welcome as it can be a nuisance to have to be up and dressed just to get a cuppa especially in the morning. The trip to Chichen Itza, is not to be missed, it's an early start but well worth it.
We'll be back.
Just be aware before you go this hotel is not on the beach and not a true 5 star resort, but we had no issues with this.
The only issues we had were with the large amount of very fat people in swimming costumes either eating all day long or drinking themselves into oblivion. You can understand why they book an all inclusive.
Go to the Thomson welcome meeting but before you book try the local shop 200 meters to the left of the hotel. We booked two trips through them at half the price Thomson were charging and they were great, particularly the Tulum, Coba and Akumel Beach excursion.
Beware if you want to book the al a carte restaurants the queue starts at 06:45, for us ridiculous as we are on holiday and having to get up early to book was a no go.
The beach was great and the pool at the Playacar a lot cleaner than the Tequila.
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