I stayed here with a friend in August, and we spent somewhere between $40-$50/night, I believe. The front desk staff were all incredibly friendly and accomodating. The breakfast is very light - yogurt, fruit, toast, coffee, juice, so if you're looking for something substantial you'll have to go out for breakfast, but this was perfect for my friend (who doesn't eat breakfast) and me. The housekeepers did such a great job - every afternoon when we came back, our room was immaculate. Forewarning: in the US, housekeepers generally don't touch or move your stuff for fear of liability, but our housekeepers here moved our stuff of the beds in order to make them, which didn't bother us in the least. They also made some very cute animals out of the clean towels, which was very fun, and would be even more fun for little kids. As others have noted, we did leave a card in our electricity slot when we left the room so that we could keep the AC on. If you don't want to do this, the rooms cool off very quickly once you turn the AC back on. Overall, we would stay here again in a heartbeat!
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- Hotel Bahia Chac Chi in Isla Mujeres. Luxury Living at Affordable Rates. located in a quiet residential area of Isla Mujeres, within only a five minute taxi ride ($2 USD) to the center of town and to the famous white sands of North Beach. ... more less
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