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“First time in Mexico/First time at a Secrets Resort” 4 of 5 stars
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Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa
4.0 of 5 Resort (All-Inclusive)   |   Bahia de Conejos, Lote 8, Huatulco 70989, Mexico   |  
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Sarnia, Canada
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“First time in Mexico/First time at a Secrets Resort”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed February 15, 2013

Just returned from a week at Secrets Resorts in Hualtco. It's a beautiful spot with ocean views from every room. The weather was fantastic with hardly a cloud in the sky for the entire week. We spent all our time at the beach. Having holidayed in Cuba and the Dominican for the last 7 years, the beach certainly wasn't as nice as the Caribbean beaches. It isn't a beach for non-swimmers as there is a strong undertow and the sand shifts constantly. As it's in a cove, there's limited walking on the beach which we always enjoyed doing on our other trips. There is a limited number of shelters which is something they need to remedy. The swing beds were great if you could get one. You do need to use footwear during the afternoon as the sand is extremely hot. Two of our party actually blistered their feet. I wonder, due to the beach conditions, if they really want to discourage people from using this area.
We found the architecture to be very stark although it was always very clean. The rooms are arranged quite differently. When you open the door, the first thing you see is the double sinks. The toilet area has a glass door with some frosting. The rooms are definitely meant for a couple. One caution is the shiny tiles are very slippery when wet. Two of our party slipped and fell. There weren't washrooms close to the beach.
As far as the food is concerned, I would rate it as good. Compared to the other 5 star resort we stayed at in the Dominican, it wasn't up to their standard. Service in the restaurants was spotty. As they don't require reservations, I wonder if they always have enough staff. The selection in the main buffet was somewhat limited i.e. their selection of fresh fruit at meals other than lunch. If you went there for supper, there wasn't an active grill. We had the best service at the Mexican restaurant. Be adventurous and try the cactus salad with grasshoppers. I thought they were kidding but there was an array of dried grasshoppers to the side. They really didn't taste of anything and they must be a delicacy in the area as we saw them being sold in different spots. The coffee bar on the second floor was great and they always had cookies and other pastries. You could also get a prepared sandwich at lunch.
Our plane home was delayed by 6 hours but they kept us at the resort which was very nice. The departure area at the airport area, after security, is air conditioned so it's quite comfortable. There's limited duty free but I did pick up a one litre bottle of Kahlua for $16.50.
This is the farthest south we'd ever been (500 km south of Puerta Vallarta) so the weather was phenomenal. Apparently, they are building a 1000 room Riu resort next to Secrets in the near future. It will be interesting to see where they get all the staff as the area isn't heavily populated.
All in all, it was a good trip but I think if we're looking for a 5 star another year, we'll head back to the Dominican.

Room Tip: The swim up rooms looked nice but there was no shade and it got really hot in the afternoon.
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  • Stayed February 2013, traveled with friends
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 14, 2013

Just home from 2weeks at Secrets and it is hands down the best AI in the area. We had read tons of reviews and there is lots of good info already, but will share our highlights.

ROOM. Initially in building 4 but we moved to first floor building 1 in the first week. I DO belive that the upgrade is worth it and the swim up pool in building1 is very private and created a great sense of community among those of us who had access. We met lots of "new" friends and loved the impromptu cocktail hours.

CHECK IN. The upgrade gave us private and quick checkin and we found the process the most efficient of any that we have experienced. Only note, is once you have given your room number to the bellboy you are sent off to find your room, with instructions, but given the excitement/flight drag and maybe a few beers it as little confusing.

FOOD. In my opinion the food was just great in all of the restaurants however the ambience in Castaways was by far my fave. We found that service could be hit and miss in all of the choices but was never bad. Did question the wisdom of cold red wine and one of our friends actually was given red wine with ice cubes???? However as you can just reorder, the pain was short lived

POOL. We spent most of our pool time in the Buildng 1 pool which was just perfect. Always clean and just the right temp. When we did wander into the other pools we were never disappointed.

BEACH. So this is why we go away, and the beach was great. Hate the chair saving thing, but to get shade it seemed required on most days. Some disrespect noted on the beach, with chairs/umbrellas being taken when their users went for lunch/walks. Unsure why folks think that bad manners are ok out of the country, but seemed to be only a few select people. The biggest secret is the secret beach. If you are going you must go and see it, this is what makes this area so special and who knows how long you will be able to find this type of virgin beach.

DRINKS. Seems that all is possible, in this department, and they even cater to us canuks by providing clamato.....

ROOM SERVICE. We had coffee delivered each morning, what a nice treat and I heard that the Club sandwich is the best (maybe next time I will try it).

So to sum it all up, what a treat and a joy to spend two weeks in paradise and what a nice way to spend the time.

Room Tip: Higher floors have better views, but the pool rooms are excellent.
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Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed February 12, 2013

We spent 2 weeks at Secrets Dec. 2012. While we booked a preferred room (normally ground floor), we requested a top floor room in bldg 1 which was waiting for us upon arrival. The hotel is spectacular with its layout, views, and artistic details. A soap opera, La Mujer del Vendaval, was being filmed while we were there, and while sometimes inconvenient, it was interesting to watch the efforts that went into the production. One afternoon the clouds moved in followed by a moderate earthquake and then rain in the evening. Otherwise the weather was clear and nice and hot, reaching the upper 90's every day, but with a gentle breeze and not as humid as some other coastal areas of Mexico. La Bocana and the Copalita ruins are within easy walking distance.

Room:
Awesome view of beach and bay from our room. The sliding glass door to balcony has 2 sliding partitions that open up 2/3 of the room width to the balcony...very nice. The balcony had two chairs and a small table. The AC in the room worked perfectly. The bathroom design was very strange and we never got used to the toilet in the little room with the glass door...besides the lack of privacy one could hardly turn around without knocking the phone off the hook. The shower (also with glass door) was in full view of the outside hallway if the room door was opened, so you need to carefully open the door if the other was showering and make sure the the outside red light is turned on. The shower had an unusual wood slat floor and the flooring had already started to "cup" making it a bit uncomfortable to stand on. Our shower valve never worked properly and we couldn't effectively control the water temperature, but the temperature control for the separate shower wand worked well so we often used that instead. A jacuzzi tub (that we never used) is located between the shower and a movable wall that opens to the room. There is a closet door where the room safe and some shelving exists. One of these shelves has a pass-thru to the outside where hotel staff will pick up used drink glasses and room service stuff. We ran into many guests that did not realize it was a pass-thru and had stored a purse or laptop pc, etc. on that shelf. Also, you may not want to be naked in the room with your closet door open! Otherwise the room was very well appointed with robes, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron, minibar, suntan lotion, etc. The TV is small but adequate. The bed was as hard as a concrete slab - maybe good for some, but we both had trouble with it. I slept on the couch several nights for more comfort. While we booked a preferred club room, we had trouble receiving any preferred club services despite our constant inquires and constant assurances from the preferred concierges that problems would be resolved - maybe because we requested a different floor. We consider the extra that we paid for the preferred room a total waste of money and won't book preferred at Secrets in the future.

Restaurants:
Overall we were quite satisfied with the food. The Market Cafe with so many choices was great for breakfast everyday. Both Market Cafe (buffet) and Castaways (incredible view) were very nice for lunch. For a quick lunch the Barefoot Grill was great for a hot dog, hamburger, or snacks, but I needed to ask hamburgers to be cooked well-done to have them anything more than medium rare. For dinner our favorites were Bordeaux and Oceana - both with wonderful food and good service. Also for dinner Taramindo, Castaways and Cin Cin were very good, but service quality sometimes poor. Spice wasn't good for us - we ate at the teppanyaki table and the food was sub-par, stale tasting. I also had to wear my glasses to keep the flying oily rice out of my eyes! While the service can occasionally be spotty at any of the restaurants, overall it was usually very good. We always bring a few bottles of wine from home, but the restaurant house wines are very nice and we'll leave our wines at home next year. Coco Cafe was awesome for morning coffee and a pastry.

Grounds:
The hotel is located on a hillside, so it's a bit of a steep hike from pool to lobby if avoiding the elevators. Around the pools there are some uneven sections of concrete that create trip hazards. Always cleaning, the staff would hose down the super-slick tiles in the restaurant courtyard just as evening entertainment is ending. We witnessed so many people tripping and falling that we cannot recommend this hotel to those who are mobility-challenged. The landscaping around the hotel has begun to fill in nicely so there are great views from just about every location. Restrooms are located in all the right places throughout the property, but I did not find one that was easily accessable from the beach. There is an ATM near the Medical office and business lounge, but it was out of order for several days during our stay. Two lighted tennis courts are located near the hotel entrance.

Entertainment:
Not too much going on during the day although there were a few activities: water aerobics, archary, water volleyball, etc. The nightly shows in the theater were usually very good - especially the disco show! There was occasionally live music in the Sky bar.

Beach:
The beach directly in front of the hotel can be rough. Further down along the east side of the bay the water is much calmer and towards the end is great for snorkeling. Near there is a trail to another beach (with very few visitors) that is great for both swimming and snorkeling. Secrets will check out complimentary snorkel equipment, but beware...it is super crappy and worn out. We snorkeled with someone who used the hotel equipment, which broke when they tried to put it on, and were charged full price for a mask that was well past its useful life. The limited number of beach beds are reserved very early in the morning. IMO Secrets should consider a reservation system for the beach beds as they are very comfortable, but the same people seemed to have the same beds all day, every day.

Pools:
There are 2 main pool areas. The pool in front of bldg 5 is a very quiet, relaxing area. The pool in front of bldg 6 includes the swim-up bar and has loud music and games during the day. It's a good arrangement as it provides a party atmosphere for the party crowd, and a relaxed scene for those that want peace and quiet. Chairs with shade are available, but less so in the more popular areas. Drink service around the pools and beach area is very good. Restrooms are at each end of the 2 pool areas.

Spa:
Great facilities, great view, great personnel, heavenly. Purchased 80 minute swedish massages and it was worth every penny. Included hydrotherapy circuit...great way to spend a few hours! Ask for spa coupons and make spa reservations in the main lobby.

Bars:
Bars are here and there. The lobby bar is very small but service very good. The Sky bar is open at night and very popular, but terribly understaffed. Bars around the pools were always busy and service usually slow, but wait service always very good. I recommend bringing an insulated mug to keep your drink cold. Desires bar was always good to watch sports and the service there always very good.

Overall:
Beautiful hotel on beautiful beach with perfect weather. The hotel staff is mostly wonderful, but unable/unwilling to fix problems with service. Restaurant food mostly very good, with good but sometimes slow service. I would absolutely recommend this hotel/location to friends.

Room Tip: Higher floors have better views. Bldg 6 ground floor rooms may be too close to the swim up bar nois...
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Sechu EConcierg... A, General Manager Assistant at Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa, responded to this review, August 5, 2014
Dear guest,

Thank you very much for taking the time to share your message, it is very important for our hotel to receive the feedback of our guests, in order to take measures to improve our services when needed.

In this frame be sure we will take in account your comments.

We hope to see you soon again at our Resort.

Best regards,

Aurélien Pichereau
General Manager Assistant
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1 of 5 stars Reviewed February 12, 2013 via mobile

I booked a company group of 23 people through Air Transat Holidays. I had paid for and confirmed 12 swim-up rooms. Four rooms were for 2 weeks and they were fine, but when the second group came only 1 got the swim-up room and the rest were told no swim-up rooms. I had confirmed these and paid for the last October, and promised my staff that they would have swim-up rooms, but Secrets made me look like a liar. I will be taking legal action against Air Transat when I get back next week because that's who I made the bookings with. I strongly recommend against using the Secrets group because you cannot trust them. I for one will never use them again!

Stayed February 2013
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Champaign, Illinois
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed February 11, 2013 via mobile

I am writing this from the veranda of our room at Secrets, overlooking the pool. (We requested a quiet room, were assured we have a quiet room - it is like being in the middle of a frat party all afternoon!) at 6:30 a.m. I am watching the chair hogs staking their places - the pool opens at 8. I have a real bugaboo about this, as the daily activity sheet ALWAYS reminds us not to reserve chairs. And thus, in a nutshell, is the story of this hotel.

The place is stunningly beautiful. Buildings and rooms are spotless. Food is excellent! We especially loved Oceana and Bordeaux. The pools and bay are lovely. And the staff - whose English is not on a par with other Mexican resorts we have visited - tries hard.

The problem is the guests. We thought an all-inclusive would be relaxing and convenient. To an extent, it is. Trouble is, many guests seem to have "spring break envy," and think they are college kids in Daytona! They are loud, drunk and boorish. The unlimited access to booze is just too much temptation for them to manage.

So, let the traveler beware. If you are looking for a gigantic party, this is it. Peaceful relaxation? Not so much. I want to go home.

  • Stayed February 2013
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Thornhill, Ontario
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 10, 2013

We spent 1 week from Jan 22-29th at this resort. Our flight from Toronto on Sunwing was delayed well over 2 hours without explanation & by the time we were able to leave, snow had started & the de-icing feature was added! Better to be safe!

Sunwing's crew were great. Friendly & very good service. Arriving in Huatulco, our first time to that part of Mexico was interesting. It is a very tiny airport & not at all equipped to process 3 planes arriving just a short time apart! When we disembarked by the rear stairs of the aircraft, we noticed a long line up of people who appeared at first to be waiting to board our plane. I thought they didn't look very tanned & wondered what had happened to the wonderful weather this area usually experiences! Wrong...they were passengers who had disembarked from our plane by the front stairs, but the terminal was already packed full another plane load of people from a flight which had landed prior ours & nobody else could even enter the terminal! Make the best of it, soak up some late afternoon Mexican sunshine! That we did for nearly a full hour! Then once we made it inside the terminal, another hour to snake our way along the line to Immigration then join the disorganized mass of people waiting to clear Customs, the latter only after we had to work our way through crowds to find our luggage. Thankfully there were fans operating in the arrivals area so we didn't cook. We were fortunate not to be aboard a third Sunwing plane that landed almost an hour after ours....those people had to stay on the aircraft a full hour without A/C before stairs were available for them to disembark! First impressions....it is a vacation, take a deep breath & relax!

There were enough people destined to Secrets that we had our own very comfortable bus & it was just about 25 minutes to the property. Check-in was impressive. We were provided with a cool cloth, a beverage & room keys within 5 minutes & headed up to our room We stayed in 1322 which was a great location with a spectacular view over the ocean. Our luggage was delivered very quickly & since it was too late to check out the beach, we unpacked & went for an early dinner. Having been at the airport in Toronto at 6:30 a.m. & arriving finally at our rooms about 5:30 p.m. local time we were ready to eat! The rooms were beautiful! Spacious & immaculate.
One of the great features about this property in terms of restaurants is that they are numerous & only the teppanyaki grill requires a reservation. The first night we wandered around & ate at an Italian buffet. The food was delicious!
Over the week we tried all the restaurants except Oceana. We loved the food & the view from Castaways for lunch & the cozy feeling of breakfast in Tamarindo. Our favourite a la cartes were the French, the Italian & Spice where the teppanyaki grill is located.
While the buffet choices were somewhat repetitive, there was lots of choice, lots of wonderful fresh fruit at breakfast, so we had no complaints. Some people did & we really could not understand their issues. There was so much variety, the food was monitored regularly etc..

During the day, although we visited the beach, we had read about the sand fleas so opted to hang out near the pools. The bar staff were the best I've ever experienced in terms of frequency of service & for the most part, alcoholic drinks were very good. The weather was amazing, but the days got pretty hot & I felt sorry for the staff whose entire day involved taking drink orders & delivering beverages not only to guests around the numerous beautiful pools but also to those who opted for lounges on the beach. The miles they must have walked in a day! They were always to cheerful, whether they received a tip or not.

The sand on the beach was very coarse & took a bit of adjustment. Beach shoes or flip flops to wear there not a bad idea. During the orientation we were cautioned about the strong undertow & saw that every day the red flag was out, so we only ventured into the ocean in sheltered locations. The walk through to the next beach was worthwhile. It was under 5 minutes, no bugs & lots of shells & beautiful birds on the striking rock formations there. Most of the days we'd see locals fishing using very basic equipment but they had success!
We felt very safe the whole time, whether in town, wandering the beach adjacent & certainly on the property.
We found the days absolutely flew. The fresh air wiped us out though....we could never stay up late enough for the shows!
The entertainment staff had lots of energy & tried daily to recruit people to participate in programs like archery, water aerobics, dance lessons etc.
We only went on one excursion because most of them were full days & we felt we had lost the day of arrival because of the delays, so we did not want to sacrifice much time away from the property. We went on a 4-hour tour to see beautiful vantage points & some of the local towns, but were not impressed with the ancient van which took us. We opted to take a cab back early & enjoy the hotel property.
The second night there we were awakened at 10:30 p.m. by the maid offering turn down service....a tip if you retire early, put the "do not disturb" light on!
As mentioned the property is pristine. Once or twice we were back to our room before it was cleaned & as we waited patiently on the balcony, we couldn't help but notice how thorough the daily service was. Hats off to the resort for this!
Even the Sunwing rep at the hotel didn't know there is a duty free shop at the airport. Selection is limited, but prices were very good for items like alcohol & delicious Mexican vanilla.
Were we ready to come home....no! Another couple of days would have been perfect! Another week for us would have been too long...the resort is not within walking distance of anything, so basically one enjoys what is on the property.

Because the airport is so small & service so slow, we did have over 4 hours there waiting for our return flight. The departures area did have A/C though!

Room Tip: 1322 was great!
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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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michigan
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 10, 2013

Let me start by saying that Huatulco is one of the cleanest Mexican areas we have travelled to. Not to slander the other resort locations but with the lower population and lesser amount of hotels the area feels and is cleaner and more quaint in my opinion. Both Santa Cruz and La Crucecita are easily acessible by cab which was about 6 US dollars one way and will fit three passengers comfortably. Shopping available in both with restaurants that have fresh catch of the day served. The people are friendly and glad to show their appreciation of tourists.

Rooms: I do not think you can get a room witha bad view as they all face the ocean. The rooms were clean and had the most comfortable bed in Mexico yet. Air conditioner kept the room at a very comfortable temperature and the shower is a spa all its own. Do not worry so much about the bathroom having glass doors etc. as there are panels that side to seperate the tub and toilet area. His and Hers sinks are part of the bathroom as well. Slippers and robes supplied.

Pool Area: The pools are clean and warm. Levels seperate the quiet areas from the activity pool that has a swim-up bar. The activity pool music is loud right around the bar itself and this area is the most lively. Pick your choice and enjoy. We had no problems getting umbrellas for shade or palapas on the beach.The best is plenty of towels and no towel cards needed. Bathrooms in pool area are kept very tidy.

Food: It would take forever to review each of the dining options available but remember castaways for lunch with the best view and a great menu. Dress as you like here just guys must have sleeves. No reservations needed except the tappenyaki show and we never had more than a 45 min wait even with the hotel being booked to capacity. They will give you a pager that lights up when your table is ready. We would have a cocktail at the skybar until they had a table for 6. There is somthing for everyone and we loved them all except the steakhouse and that is because i am used to midwest beef, just a different cut i guess.

Bars: These all had options you will not be without somthing that fits. The resort was at capacity and the service can be slow but we were on Mexican time. The beer was Modelo on draft with Corona in the mini fridge in your room.

Staff: The staff worked very hard to keep everyone happy. 12 hour days 6 days a week would wear a normal person out but these folks are the energizer bunny team and i would like to name and thank the ones that made a great impression for us. Alejandra, Maria, Joe, Daniel, Victor, Alex, Efren, and Armando just to name a few. These people are eager to make your stay pleasant.

To sum up we were 6 couples who enjoyed the restaurants and accomodations to the fullest. Go and enjoy the local area and the awesome weather. I am sure you will not be dissapointed. You can direct any questions to my contact and I will answer them candidly. Hope this helps make your trip a little better.

Room Tip: the higher level the better but all have a great view.....upgrade not necessary
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  • Stayed February 2013, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Sechu EConcierg... A, General Manager Assistant at Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa, responded to this review, July 25, 2014
Dear guest,

Thank you so much for taking the time to submit this wonderful review! I'm sure this will be very helpful to our guests. I encourage you to keep my contact information and please let me know when you are ready to come home again.

Sincerely,

Aurelien Pichereau
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Address: Bahia de Conejos, Lote 8, Huatulco 70989, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Southern Mexico > Oaxaca > Huatulco
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Swimming Pool
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#1 Spa Hotel in Huatulco
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Hotel Class:4 star — Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa 4*
Number of rooms: 399
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