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Hidden Beach Resort - Au Naturel Club
4.5 of 5 Specialty Resort   |   KM 95, Carretera Cancun Tulum | Kantenah, 77710, Mexico   |  
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Huntsville, AL
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“good time”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 9, 2013

My review would mostly echo other reviews so I'll focus on some unusual bullet points--
1. Rained for 2.5 days straight--still got in the nice pool but not much else to do--watched a movie as a group in the disco one afternoon--a blast.
2. Rooms are very dark--need more watts/lumens. hard to read at night
3. Room airco was the best I've had in 15 trips to the Caribbean
4. Great shower-lots of hot water (never ran out) and great water pressure
5. Great ambiance with the guests and staff
6. Food is average to good (similar to Zagat 20-24)--taking into consideration the restaurants at EDSS next door as well. Not really "Gourmet"
7. Tons of towels--never an issue--twice daily maid service would replace used towels each time--plenty of beach towels as well.
8. Resort about 1/2 full--no problem with chairs or beach beds at all
Hope this helps round out some other reviews.

Room Tip: Swim up room very convenient
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 3 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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  • Location
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  • Sleep Quality
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 6, 2013

Room – 5 stars
Our room at Hidden Beach Resort (HBR) was on the second floor with a beautiful view of the water and beach. It was located near the nightly activity but the music from the shows and bands at night did not interrupt our sleep. For those that find it difficult to sleep with any outside noise, this could be a problem. The room was very large. The bathroom facilities were new. The furnishings were perfect, everything was relatively new. The Jacuzzi tub was located in the corner of the room surrounded by 2 very large windows with beautiful views. Although the room was almost as far as you could get from the bar and restaurant and all the daytime activities, it was only a 1or maybe 2 minute walk (assuming you walk very slow). The resort has only 42 rooms which makes everything relatively close. The housekeeping staff (Esther and Sarah), that took care of cleaning the room during the day and turndown at night, did an excellent job. I can’t think of anything that could be done to improve the room.

Food – 4.5 stars
HBR has only one restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. They really don’t need more as you have full access to all the restaurants at the neighboring Eldorado Seaside Suites resort, a sister property. Because of this we give the food a 4.5 star. If it was not for the Eldorado Seaside Suites restaurants the food would have earned perhaps a 3.5 star rating.

The food is good at the HBR restaurant but we had better at other restaurants on the neighboring property. We ate breakfast and lunch at the HBR restaurant a number of times. And dinner only once. Dinner at the HBR restaurant was OK but not great. One of the great things about HBR are the servers. The servers get to know the guests, our likes, our dislikes and our names.

Those staying at HBR have full use of the facilities (food, activities, beach, etc.) at the neighboring Eldorado Seaside Suites resort, the “dark side”. The staff actually refer to it as the “dark side”. We tried all of the restaurants on the dark side and the food quality was excellent. A typical dinner might take 1 to 2 hours. It is multi-course gourmet dining. They do not rush you. I don’t know if it could have been quicker if we were in a hurry but since we were with friends having great conversations, we never noticed any slowness in service. There were only a couple issues with nightly dining that deserve mention. The night we ate at the Asian restaurant the A/C must not have been working as it felt uncomfortably hot during dinner. And on a subsequent return visit to this restaurant we only wanted desert. They kindly complied with our request but our tempura fried ice cream was not fully cooked.

The restaurant staff go out of their way to accommodate the guests. They even went to an adjoining restaurant to get deserts that were not on their menu - chocolate ice cream for one of our friends, and tempura fried ice cream for me. It is almost as if the staff have been trained to not say no.

All of the restaurants offer sit down service and a few on occasion will also offer a self serve buffet. We would routinely help ourselves to the freshly made pico de gallo, guacamole and chips during lunch. I did not think I would like guacamole but it was fantastic. Most nights we walked the 5 minutes to one of the many restaurants on the dark side.

The HBR restaurant has both inside and outside tables. The outside tables are under an open sided roofed structure that had perhaps a dozen tables or so. The dark side restaurants were all air conditioned, comfortable, adequately lit while not being overly bright, and spacious enough so that you did not feel like you were sitting on top of each other. A couple of the dark side restaurants offered outside tables, however we usually chose to be indoors. The atmosphere inside the restaurants was such that it was easy to have normal volume level conversations without disturbing other guests.

As far as selection goes, every night all restaurants are open including; Mexican, Asian, Italian, Seafood, and several others. I don’t know if it is turned on at night but every time we went over to the dark side during the day the soft-serve ice cream machine was operational. They had both chocolate and vanilla. Self serve.

Dinner attire on the dark side is casual but don’t wear tee shirts (shirts without a collar) or flip flops because you will most likely be turned away from the restaurants. Although many guests wore casual clothes to dinner, some chose to dress up. Attire at the HBR restaurant is anything goes – from nothing at all to completed dressed.

Drinks – 4.5 stars
Why only 4.5 stars? Carlos, the daytime bartender, has to sleep. The staff who come in to relieve Carlos at 3 pm are good but the drinks don’t taste the same. Carlos must use some of his magic in making his concoctions. Every bartender does things a little differently and everyone we met at HBR much prefers those drinks made by Carlos to those made by his relief. With the bar set so high it is difficult for anyone to measure up to Carlos. The bar was fully stocked and ready to go long before official opening (9 am) each day. Carlos’s day begins at 6 am where he makes sure that everything is ready to go for the day, long before the first customer arrives and orders a drink. All the alcohol was top shelf.

I am not sure if the room mini bar should be discussed here or under room but I will mention it here. There were full bottles (fifths) of alcohol on the mini bar and a chilled bottle of champagne in an ice bucket waiting when we arrived in the room. The mini fridge was stocked with munchies, mixers, and other sodas. I drink Diet Coke and they kept the mini bar stocked with plenty of Diet Coke for me.

To obtain a drink at HBR you could go to the restaurant, sit down, and have one of the servers take your order, you could get into the pool and wade over to the swim up bar stools and order directly from Carlos, or you could wait a few minutes in your lounge chair or hot tub for Esparanza to come by and take your order. Esperanza would come around and deliver cool bottles of water to the guests, even before being asked. Something to do with staying hydrated I guess..

The only suggestion we would make in this area is for HBR to have a dry bar, one that you could get to and sit around during the day or early evening, without getting into the pool. It is never a problem to get a drink at HBR but sometimes you just want to sit at a bar and talk with other guests without getting wet. A dry bar is a minor thing but something that the dark side has that HBR does not have.

Beach – 2 stars
There is not much HBR can do to improve the quality and usefulness of the beach, it is what it is. The beach at HBR is not intended to be used for wading or swimming or any other water sport. It is shallow and rocky. However, the fish have been trained to come to you at a certain location in the water (about 10 yards out from the shore). I am sure that being fed bread crumbs has a lot to do with their training. The beach sand at HBR is very coarse and can be hard on one’s feet. But the beach area is very large and offers plenty of opportunity to sunbath undisturbed if one wanted to be alone. The beach area is large enough to provide space for beach activities such as bocce ball but you would need to bring your own equipment.

The beach on the dark side is much larger and nicer. The sand is also much finer and more soothing on your feet. However, the water is not that deep and is mostly used for wading. There were no real water sports to speak of. There were kayaks that could be used but that was about it. If playing in the surf, body surfing, sailing, boating, water skiing, wind surfing, etc. is very important to you, then perhaps HBR and/or the El Dorado Seaside Suites is not for you.

There were plenty of opportunity to get out of the sun if you needed a break from the sun. There were lounge chairs in shaded areas as well as what I call cabanas (elevated bed covered with a thatch roof). Plenty of palm and coconut trees provide shade. A self serve towel storage area was maintained near the HBR restaurant. The staff kept the towel storage area adequately stocked with fresh towels throughout the day. There was no limit on the number of towels you could use.

Activities – 4.5 stars
The activity coordinators set up and initiated activities each day at HBR. There were 2 activity coordinators at HBR each day. Karen, an activity coordinator was there most every day to insure that everyone felt welcome and was provided with everything they needed. She would routinely greet each guest each morning when she arrived with a kiss (on the cheek) and a hug. Karen is a jewel and will do whatever it takes to help solve your problem.

Every day there were several sessions of pool volleyball. And it was not uncommon for the activity coordinator to jump into the pool and participate in the games. Some people can be very passionate about winning. Others not so much. But it was always fun, win or loose. Just don’t spike the ball on a lady otherwise you feel the wrath of the Tequila (shots of tequila are required of those who spike a ball on a lady.) Pool volleyball was a blast.

HBR had a number of other scheduled activities which changed from day to day including body painting, coconut bowling, and cooking classes. I am sure there were other activities but I was too busy doing something else to even notice the other activities. And if you get bored at HBR you can always go over to the dark side and participate in any of their activities. We played Mexican miniature golf one afternoon on the dark side. This is not the mini-golf you think. You are given a golf ball and a putter with a rubber head. The holes are spread around the grass course perhaps 5 to 10 yards apart. The grass was recently cut but it was like putting through a rough. It would have been easier to use a sand wedge. But we had fun for 30 minutes trying to put through the grass.

There is nightly entertainment and activities on both the HBR and dark side. I cannot comment on the nightly entertainment since we were usually exhausted after dinner and went back to the room and collapsed in bed. Perhaps a siesta during mid day would have helped us enjoy some of the nightly activities.

Internet Access – 5 stars
HBR has wireless internet access throughout the resort – in the room, at the bar, in the restaurant, around the pool, in the Jacuzzi, and even on the beach. There was never a problem getting on the internet. I don’t know the speed but it was plenty fast enough that we never had to wait for web pages to load. There was an HBR desktop computer for guests to use in the reception area (I never saw anyone using it). I think that most people have a data phone, I-Pad, or I-Pod they use for accessing the internet wirelessly so they never needed the HBR computer. But it was nice they provided one if you needed it.

Atmosphere – 4.5 stars
HBR is a clothing optional resort. You can wear as much or as little as you want. Day or night. Even at dinner. For some this is exciting, for others quite normal, and others a turn-off. However, if someone nude eating dinner is not your cup of tea, you could always spend the day at HBR and have dinner on the dark side where clothing is required. Many guests had some form of clothing or cover-up on during dinner. While in the hot sun and pool some guests were nude but wore a tee shirt. Some women would wear a swimsuit bottom but no top. But for the most part, once you get away from the HBR restaurant area everyone was pretty much nude.

Although not scientific, I would guess that the average age of the HBR guests was between 50 and 60. Some much older, some a little younger. Even those that looked very young to us were in the mid to late 30’s. And everyone was very friendly. Almost all guests were as couples. We were aware of only two singles.

HBR is not a “lifestyle” type resort, or at last it was not the week we were there. We talked with other guests about this who were regular guests at HBR and we were told that HBR management does not permit certain public displays of affection that would be considered offensive to some. There are other resorts in Jamaica and Mexico where these types of public displays are more tolerated.

At some resorts rain sends everyone to their rooms. Not at HBR. Rain seems to bring people together. Many people congregate in the hot tub during a rain storm or afternoon shower. The hot tub could easily hold 30 people. Some days the water temperature was warmer than others. But always comfortable. Every day about 5 pm or so, as the last game of pool volleyball ends, people seem to migrate from the main pool to the hot tub (20 feet away) for more drinks and conversation. Esparanza, the pool and beach server for HBR, was fantastic at making sure that you stayed hydrated with your favorite adult beverage, tea, soda, or even water.

Value – 3.5 stars
There are plenty of places one can stay in the Cancun area for much less than HBR. And some much more expensive than HBR. The 3.5 stars assumes a price of $500 per couple per night. One could stay on the dark side and save $100 to $150 US per couple per day over what HBR costs. However, I think the service, quality and good times at HBR justify a premium over the dark side. Depending on the time of year, occupancy projections, and discounts being offered by the resort, you could expect to pay between $450 and $600 US, per couple per night to stay at HBR.

Room Tip: All rooms are close to everything. Yes the rooms near the disco may not be best for light sleepers.
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 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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Dawsonville, Georgia
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 30, 2013

We have gone to Hidden Beach for years and our visit in May 2013 was our 14th visit. From the git go we thought everything was fine but when we arrived on the 8th, we were told that the swim up suite room we had requested mid-2012 was not available since Castaways had reserved an entire block of rooms. This is not a good representation of the Hidden Beach (Exotic) Reservations System. If this had been one of our early visits, we would have not known what to do....but since this was our 14th, it was obvious that TripAdvisor was the answer.

This made us quite upset as we were sent to a second floor room until Saturday when our swim up suite would be available.

Health problems with us -- my partner has COPD (lung disease) and I have lower back and knee problems --- both condusive to walking up several flights of stairs -- not.
The stairs going up to the various floors do not have railings for support. This has been a problem for years and one of these days, someone is going to fall and hurt themselves.

The pool had broken tiles and were noticed when someone scratched themselves or just stumbled on one when in the water.

On the plus side, the food and the staff were amazing. Many staff have been there for a number of years so our visits feel like going home.

It is easy to be delighted with Hidden Beach but unless this reservation concern is cleared up, it will not be as delightful as in the past. We plan on returning in 2014.

Room Tip: Recommend the swim up suites over everything else.
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled with friends
    • 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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Ocala, Florida
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 28, 2013

WE found Hidden Beach Resort 6 years ago and have not missed a year yet. The staff is like family and the treat us like super stars. Carlos at the bar with Esmarelda, Anna at the front desk, Sergio do the entertainment, and the server portafino and the gang are great, The Food the first year was okay but has become great over the past few years. The rooms were great and now are fantastic. We use to refer to HBR as a 3 Star hotel with 5 Star service, now I give it two fives. Our next trip will be June 26th 2013.

  • Stayed October 2012, traveled as a couple
    • 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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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 24, 2013

Since our last trip exactly 2 years ago, I can safely say that HBR has gotten even better. The food was fantastic, the staff, as always, were amazing. We did a candlight dinner on the beach, and Juan (our waiter) was so bueno. An example of how great the staff is: We were having breakfast, and we asked our usual waiter Aniceto, how he was doing today. He said :" Sad, because some of my friends (guests) are going home today." Nowhere in the world will you find heartfelt caring for your every need. We met some wonderful, hopefully lifelong friends. (J and R, you know who you are)
It might be a couple years before we return, but I expect it to be exactly as we left in. Perfect.

Room Tip: We were in room 1211, which is the first room closest to the restaurant. It had a nice little balco...
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 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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Kissimmee, Florida
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 12, 2013

We first visited this all-inclusive nudist resort in 2003, the very year it opened for business, and have been back about every two or three years since. Our most recent visit, in May, 2010, was delightful and so we were eager to return again in May, 2013 for our sixth visit to Hidden Beach.

It is easy to be delighted at this beautiful little all-inclusive nudist resort.

By beautiful, I mean it really is. Everything is clean, bright and well-cared for. Amenities are abundant, from the hammock garden for snoozing under the tropical canopy to the dozen-plus shaded beach palapa beds on the oceanfront, to the lovely pool and canal system linking it to all the "swim-up suites," to the really excellent gourmet food at every meal, to the warm, attentive and sincerely caring service give by the terrific staff.

And by little, I mean that Hidden Beach is downright microscopic, when compared to the dozens and dozens of mega-resorts of all kinds that hug the ocean along this strand of the Yucatan, stretching more than 100 miles from Cancun south almost all the way to the Mayan ruins at Tulum.

Hidden Beach resort has just 42 suites, and can welcome a maximum of 84 guests at a time. The neighboring sister property, El Dorado Seaside Suites, has over 900 units, with more being built at this moment, including a 6-story high-rise block of "Premium Suites," which inexplicably will be quite some distance from the oceanfront.

Other all-inclusive mega-resorts along the Mayan Riviera have as many as 1,000 guest rooms (some with even more), and stretch as wide as two miles end-to-end, with a half-dozen or more swimming pools, restaurants, activity areas and gift shops at each.

In stark contrast, Hidden Beach is intimate. Small in size, with just two wings of suites in an single chevron arrangement, all low-slung, and even the four 3rd-level suites rise just 40 feet from the sand. A single swimming pool and swim-up bar are the social and activity focal points of the property during the day.

At night, the music and entertainment moves to the Moonlight amenity area at the north end of the resort, with a large 25-foot diameter hot tub, a large activity area with dance floor, performance stage, DJ booth, a full bar, and loungers and conversation pits to relax in during the evening's events.

Being so small, you get to see all your fellow guests many times each day, and we're glad for that. It's one of the great things about the nudist experience and vacationing at nudist resorts. You actually meet and make friends with many of your fellow travelers, and wind up enjoying your trip so much more than at any textile-compulsive destination, where you wind up mostly alone with your mate for the duration.

You can spend your days in the most relaxing way possible, loafing, sunning and lounging poolside and in the lovely beach palapas, and of course playing two hilarious and refreshing sessions of water volleyball in the pool with our fellow guests, and all without the bother and discomfort of cold, wet, clammy bathing costumes.

We will miss this place, and will look forward to another return visit. The staff are truly extraordinary, and the intimate size and first-class luxury of the resort make it a real gem in the Caribbean -- and so perfectly suited to its name: Hidden Beach.

We are amazed at the upgrades and improvements Hidden Beach has made since our visit in May, 2010. They took the "opportunity" of the damage from Hurricane Karl that year to close the resort for six months and remodel/upgrade/redecorate/expand the property.

The changes and upgrades are very apparent during our this visit:

- Property-wide Wi-Fi, free, fast, rock-solid and available in every suite, on the beach, around the pool and in the restaurants. Amazing, even more so in the Caribbean.
- An all-new Gym building, with brand-new equipment, HD TVs and air conditioning.
- Fabulously remodeled guest suites. All suites now have brand-new, whisper-quiet inverter split-system air conditioners, flat-screen HD TVs with 50 channels of HD programming, a stunning all-tile bath suite with stand-up European shower, motion-sensor water closet LED lighting, double-vanity sinks, separate water closet with transom windows; and a beautiful extra-large Jacuzzi tub near the beach side windows.
- A second foodservice section on the beach side of the pool, serving lunch and snacks all afternoon, with a separate shaded seating area.
- Many more beach palapas and beach day beds, providing more capacity than needed for the guests so there is never a crush for a place to relax.
- An all-new beach breakwater and seawall, giving wave and breeze protection to the rest of the resort.
- The Moonlight addition to Hidden Beach is really a nice amenity. It adds a separate, elegant, roomy and comfortable area for private events and theme nights. Tonight's toga night will be followed by casino night on Saturday, rock-and-roll night Sunday, 70's disco night on Monday, etc.

The new guest rooms are amazing. Very elegant, with an all-new bathroom with European stand-up glassed-in shower, separate twin vanities, and a separate water closet. There's even a motion sensor trained on the doorway from the bedroom, hooked to LED lights to light your way at night.

The rest of the room has had a total makeover and upgrade as well: all-new Jacuzzi tub with beautiful enclosure out by the balcony window; a new 47" LG LED flat-screen TV with DVD player and 60 channels of HDTV; new lighting, new bedding, a new armoire and closet layout, new air-conditioning units, beautiful new floor tile, and more. My photos with this review try to show some of the new accommodations, but don't really to any justice to how nice the guest rooms are at Hidden Beach. First-class all the way.

How many times do you go to a resort and find that most of your fellow guests are multiple-repeat visitors?

At Hidden Beach, you have met mostly other guests who have visited here several times before. Many of these folks have the means and opportunity to choose any vacation destination they like, but they come back to Hidden Beach again and again.

Room Tip: South end of resort is quietest. Better sea view from 2nd-floor suites.
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 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
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Elkridge, Maryland, United States
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 5, 2013

we had an amazing time. The resort was very clean and everyone was very nice. We had a blast on the nude cruise and would encourage everyone to go! I was only disappointed by the food, I am picky and have food allergies that make eating anywhere a challenge. Looking into our next visit soon! Thank you to everyone who made our visit extra special! Peggy and Don

Room Tip: If you are not a person who likes to stay up try to get a room in the 1200.
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  • Stayed April 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 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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Address: KM 95, Carretera Cancun Tulum | Kantenah, 77710, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #27 of 296 Specialty Lodging in Riviera Maya
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Hidden Beach Resort - Au Naturel Club 4.5*
Number of rooms: 42
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
It is the only luxurious all-inclusive nudist resort in the Mexican Caribbean. Consisting of 42 beachfront suites, it is a secluded adults only property, perfect for couples and singles alike. Located just one hour and a half south of Cancun Airport, Hidden Beach Resort lies on a stretch of white sand beach offering spectacular views of the Mexican Caribbean sea. Hidden Beach blends signature services such as personalized check-in with a welcome glass of champagne or the exclusive concierge service with charming architecture to create an atmosphere of understated luxury. ... more   less 
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