We enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Casa Ticul. It's a beautiful place, inside and out, and the staff is tremendously helpful. The room was also quite spacious, and the breakfast on the rooftop was good. On the downside, our balcony room faced the bar across the street, which was a bit loud, so if you don't stay up late, make sure to ask for a room not facing that bar (I think there are some). As far as the beach access, it's a short walk to a place to lay out, but if you want an umbrella, it's a slightly further walk to the "clubs" that the hotel has an agreement with - these aren't a bad deal, as you have to buy $16 (200 pesos) worth of food or drinks in order to use the umbrella (for the closest location). There is a great place for lunch next door (good Ceviche), and a quite elegant place across the street. The location on the north side of 5th Avenue was a little bit out of the way, but not bad. If you have a car (which I recommend if you like exploring), there is plenty of free and close parking. One more comment; it seems like hotels are moving away from having furniture with drawers! I don't understand this - I really like to put my clothes away in drawers, and I like to have my bedside stuff in a drawer. Having everything out really makes it seem cluttered.
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