Wow! My first visit to Isla Mujeres was great! I lucked out and had a great stay even though Hi Na Ha was not in the city it was a great location. It was great to just relax and if I wanted to go to town it was easy to get a taxi or take a bus. I spent most of my time at Hi Na Ha, which is a small hotel or B&B because breakfast was included every day. It was great to start the day on the beach watching the pelicans fish and linger over breakfast. Then I would just move over to a lounge chair to read. When I was tired of that I could take a long walk along the beach or go swimming. There is a small freash water pool that was perfect to jump into when I came back from town. It was easy to walk to a resturant because there were several very close by. The beach faced west so I loved to watch sunset each night. I only had a small room and I think if I had anyone with me I'd want a larger room. The mini fridge was perfect for keeping yougert, cheese, pop and water. Feb. had such nice weather. I was there for the last 2 weeks. It was windy so I never needed to use the airconditioning. A couple of the windows had screens so I kept the windows open. Isla was a great place to relax, soak up the sun, and read. Food was freash and great. Frank and everyone at Hi Na Ha making my stay special. I'm all ready planning to go back next year with my husband and some friends.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It is a beautiful 2-bedroom, 3-bathroom villa with a private beach and dock, tropical gardens and panoramic Caribbean and lagoon views. Each bedroom has a terrace. Quite and relaxing with beautiful sunrises. Perfect of a family or friends. 4 guests, fully equipped ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hinaha Hotel Isla Mujeres