We planned one night, and stayed three. The hotel is small, fully renewed and looks good. The staff is friendly and helpful. There was some misunderstanding about payments (1 night Expedia and 2 nights direct) but the staff solved it professionally and easily. The pool is good, even though the tiles, both inside the room and between the pool and the room are extremely slippery when wet: be careful! Little restaurants in the nearby village are good value for money, especially La Paisana. If you like to see an authentic Mayan village that is NOT a tourist trap, drive to the roundabout near Coba, turn right and stop halfway between there and Punta Laguna. A sign at the left hand side of the road invites you to a 'zoological park': we visited the village and had the best possible experience. Punta Laguna itself is a tourist trap (expensive, very organised).
Back to the hotel: the rooms are clean, the bathroom adequate. A light near the bed would have been comfortable, as well as a roof fan (the aircon is too loud to run overnight). The only minus is the noise of the road, but despite being rather noise sensitive that did not stop us from booking three in stead of one night.
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- Hotel very comfortable and affordable with all the services needed to achieve a very pleasant and enjoyable, situated between two important archaeological sites in Mexico. ... more less
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