If I would have paid $165 a night, then this would be a 5 star review. Unfortunately, at $289 I was extremely disappointed.
Location. Loved being only a block away from the main drag.
Friendly, english speaking, staff. There was always someone available to speak to at the front desk. They were helpful with restaurant and tour recommendations.
Morning coffee and tea delivered to your room every morning.
Great Wi-fi in every room. It was nice not having to use a communal space like most hotels on the island.
Comfortable beds and nice sheets
What used to be a jacuzzi is now a children's pool. Apparently, the hotel wouldn't go through the hassle of fixing the jacuzzi when it broke, so, this was their solution. Pretty lame.
The hotel needs a facelift. The windows were dirty, and the overall aesthetic was bare bones and depressing.
The beach in front of the hotel isn't swimmable, too rocky.
At a different price point I would return and recommend to friends. But you can find hotels with similar amenities for well under $200 a night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conde Nast Traveler's 50 Best New Hotels in the World. Hotel Secreto is a sleek nine-room hideaway - Santorini-meets-Schrager style. Constantly upgrading, the hotel was renovated in 2005 to include a 20 meter lap pool and an all junior suite lay-out. Designed by an award-winning architect, the hotel looks more like a slick private beach house. Modern touches such as WI-FI and pre-loaded iPods are part of an enhanced poolside service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Secreto Hotel Isla Mujeres
- Secreto Isla Mujeres