My husband & I stayed here for 2 weeks in March/April 2013. The kitchenette was sufficient to make our meals. It had a microwave, fridge, sink, & 2 burner hot plate. Since we're on a special diet, this worked well for us. Some of the metal things in the room were a little rusty, probably from being near the water. The location was great. It was like having a home on the beach. There were not a lot of other guests when we were there, so it was very quiet for us. It's close to the public bus line also. One drawback is that the you can't get in to the water from the beach in front of the hotel. There seems to be a foot or so of much in the water that sucks you down when you walk on it. But, you can just walk south a bit to the pier and get in the water there and swim. The peace & quiet was disturbed occasionally by the party boats that come from Cancun to the restaurants/bars on either side of this place. But, it didn't bother us that much. For the price, we think it was a great value. You are right on the water and far enough away from the road that it's quiet. We really enjoyed out stay there. I can't say what it would be like with a lot of guests, but there are only 8 units, so there wouldn't be a huge crowd anyway. They were very good about bringing drinking water whenever you needed it and generally taking care of any problems we had.
- Also Known As:
- Mar y Sol Hotel Isla Mujeres