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Catalonia Playa Maroma
Ranked #4 of 5 Hotels in Playa Maroma
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Charlotte, North Carolina
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Reviewed May 4, 2014 via mobile

The place is really pretty. The beach is nice. The staff are nice. Our check in was a nightmare. We had privileged check and it was bad. Had a room with a wall on the balcony that you could not see over. Food was average. I would go back to this only if the price was really good. We paid $155 a nite which was not bad but would spend a little extra for a better resort. We have stayed at catalonia royal tulum and it's much nicer .

Stayed May 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 4, 2014

What a beautiful place and a super great value! The powder white sand was to die for! The grounds were so beautiful! Everything was clean and well kept. The open air lobby was so relaxing and beautiful so we spent time in the evenings and our last few hours before our shuttle arrived to take us back to the airport there. Very nice!

The staff were all very friendly although at times a bit challenging to communicate, it certainly gave us more appreciation for others coming into our country not knowing the language. The bartenders at each location were amazing!

Be prepared to walk! Although tiring at times, we looked at it as an opportunity to exercise off our meal and beverages. We enjoyed the breakfast buffet so got a chance to walk a way after eating too much. The drinks were very tasty and they would add alcohol if you asked. I found that if you didn't drink rather quickly and before it "unfrose" it didn't taste as well so I just drank those faster.

We were in building 6, closer to the beach and restaurants which was good but far from the lobby, shows and buffet. Our favorite food was the Mexican restaurant hands down. Best guac ever!

It was difficult finding covered seats on the beach unless you got there super early in the morning but by mid day a few spots started opening up so not too bad. The entertainments staff were fun! A few members of our group participated in a beer drinking contest against the staff which was really fun, the shows were decent and the beach dance party was a blast! Who knew dancing in the sand was so hard to do yet so much fun!

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  • Stayed April 2014, traveled with friends
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Reviewed May 3, 2014

My wife and I visited this resort in March 2014.

We paid extra for the exclusive options, and we went to the smaller check-in office closer to the beach side of the property. As others have indicated, it is a long walk down a really pretty jungled path to get from the front lobby and buffet area to the pools, shops, and restaurants near the beach. Since we are walkers anyway, we really enjoyed the walk and our room was in building 4 which is close to the beach.

The room was very clean and comfortable and the bed was nice as well. The wifi at the resort was great; we had good coverage not only in our room, but even at the pool! I made an IP call to the US from my phone using the wifi while laying on a pool lounger!

We are not drinkers and ate mostly in the buffet. Not being foodies, it doesn't take a lot to satisfy us with the food. We found the buffet to be about average for an AI - not as poor as the Rui Santa Fe in Cabo, which was probably the worst, and not as good as the Iberostar Bavaro in Punta Cana, which we found to be among the best.

The staff were uniformly pleasant and provided good service, although one day they forgot to do our room, so we had to ask for spare towels. The shops were decent. The grounds were nicely maintained and the garden areas in the courtyard of our building were particularly pretty. The pools were clean and very nice. The entertainment staff was a little bit anemic compared to the Iberostars we have stayed at.

The beach was very nice with a good palapa selection as compared to some other resorts that have few palapas - this is for the privileged side, the regular side had no palapas, only tree shade. This alone would be enough for us to choose the privileged option since it wasn't much more expensive.

The beach was really nice and there were many large angel-type fish in the water - we even found them to be a big aggressive at times, brushing our legs as if they new humans might have food to feed them.

We took long walks on the beach in both directions. To the right are a couple of resorts, then a walk to a point with a tall metal tower that is slowly being reclaimed by the sea. It seems like there is some sort of park that way since there were trash cans along the beach once past the tower. To the left the beach gets very dirty with debris and trash which is unfortunate. There's an abandoned resort that didn't appear to have ever been finished - I'm guessing it might have been getting started when the economy crashed and it was just abandoned. It looked like it has been many years since it was touched by anybody.

There were lots of coatis on the path to the buffet and it was very interesting to watch them. At this resort they have large nets coverig the open-air buffet, which we suspect is to protect the buffet from birds and coatis.

This resort is far from towns - we took a cab to Playa del Carmen one day. The food is decent, the beach is great, and the resort is clean and well-maintained. It's not the best place I've ever stayed but it is relatively close to the CUN airport, so it's a good choice for a fairly budget trip, especially if you are low on time to go further down towards Playa or Tulum.

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  • Stayed March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Austin, Texas, United States
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Reviewed May 3, 2014 via mobile

Great place, highly recommended! Travelled with 2 kids, 4 and 7 who spent all day swimming in the awesome pool, playing at the super nice beach, and ate crepes & banana splits from the conveniently located snack, cafe, bar :) Good food and very friendly staff. Perfect place for families and couples wanting to relax in a great atmosphere!

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Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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Reviewed May 3, 2014

We stayed at the Catalonia in April. We brought our two kids aged 5 and 3 and were slightly leery after reading the reviews online. We have travelled to Mexico several times but this was a first for our kids.
Every time we have travelled to Mexico we have had some kind of "tummy troubles" and given it was the kids first time there we came prepared. I have to say that my preparation was a waste of money because the food turned out to be fantastic and nobody had any hint of issues! To be honest, this was the best resort I have been to in terms of food. We stayed as Privileged guests and ate mostly at the buffet and the Terrace (very much recommend). The Terrace had the most amazing views and the food was very good.
We were concerned initially that the kids may be bored with no kids pool or water slides or that the pool would be crowded with adults. Wrong again. The kids had an absolute blast and seemed to have a large portion of the pool to jump and play. The resort was apparently fully booked but we never had any issues with crowding at the beach or pool or even the restaurants which was awesome. We never seemed to wait more than a few minutes at most getting drinks and there were plenty of staff serving around the pool.
After reading the online reviews we were really hoping to score a room in building 6. The girl who checked us in was super friendly and yeah we landed a room in building 6!! From previous experience at other resorts we have always gotten a ground floor room and have always had issues with bugs. When we were told our room was in building six but was on the ground floor we were leery again. We went with it and never had even a hint of issues with bugs! Our room backed right onto the pool and was super convenient with the kids.
We did notice the reviews were accurate in terms of the high number of European guests. We had no issues with this and found everyone to be super friendly...that is until a large group of French guests turned up on the resort. We found these French people to be rude and arrogant. There were several times when we were getting meals that they would cut in front or stand in large groups blocking food or pathways. So frustrating. There were several other guests we spoke with that seemed to be sharing a similar experience with this particular group. We tried our best to keep our distance and overall it was fine.
My only real complaint of the resort itself was the fact we were told right from the start they only accept pesos on the resort. Having brought only US cash we used the currency exchange booth at the resort to get some pesos for tipping etc. The exchange rate they used was quite a bit different ($11us vs $13us everywhere else) so we got a bit ripped off there. That being said, it's our fault for not coming properly prepared. Where it choked me a little was later finding they do accept US dollars and I ended up losing quite a bit of money in the currency exchange. Oh well, lesson learned. But just FYI, if you end up in the same scenario, they do accept US dollars at the resort despite what they tell you.
We really enjoyed the fact that this was a smaller resort. Other resorts we have been to have been large and very extravagant. This resort was quite a bit different. We found it was easier to start getting to know other guests and staff as we would see the same people over and over. Our kids made numerous friends and it was easy for them to connect with each other day to day as the resort was small enough to do so. This resort seems to attract older adults and young families with kids. Having travelled during spring break we didn't see a ton of young adults or have any issues with partiers on the resort.
I would definitely stay at this resort again. I would recommend it to anyone travelling to Mexico who has reasonable expectations. Anyone who wants to stay at a large grandios resort where they will can sit on their butt and be waited on hand and foot may have issues. Anyone who expects a resort of 1000+ guests to make food exactly the way you are used to eating it in whatever country you come from and not realize there are 999+ other people that are going to having different tastes that a resort has to appeal to may not be happy anywhere they go. But, if you are looking to relax, are prepared to get off your butt and get your own drink once in a while and maybe have to spend a moment or two in line to do so, if you understand everyone's options regarding food are different, and are ok with walking then you will do just fine at this resort.
Overall in comparison to other resorts this one had the best beach (hands down it was the most beautiful I have ever seen and doesn't even get hot which is nice for the kiddos), the best rooms, the best food and the best value. Compared to what I paid to stay at the others compared to this one, Catalonia wins no question.

Room Tip: Building six is closest to the pool and beach. The farthest from lobby and buffet.
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  • Stayed April 2014, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 3, 2014

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I'm a very easy going, easy to please traveler, so for a hotel to lack achieving this is not a good sign. My girlfriend and I stood for 5 nights as "Privileged" guest. Didn't have to upgrade to it as we originally booked "Catalonia Privileged Maroma." We expected so much more if they're going to put such a title. From the minute we arrived we had a poor experience. NOTE TO ALL!!!! You will NOT be allowed to check in before 3pm. Doesn't matter how much in advance you booked, you won't be getting keys to your room until 3pm. The walk from the hotel lobby to the pool/beach and in some cases your room(depending what building your in) is LONG!!!!!! You do get to see birds and small animals along the forrest walk but to walk that every morning to get to the main buffet hall for breakfast gets annoying. Once our room was ready, we were completely disappointed with the room. Now again, I'm easy going and don't intend on spending much time in my room while on vacation but to say the room was out dated is an UNDER STATEMENT. The bathroom was horrible, no tub, just a stand up shower comprised of concrete and tacky tiles. There wasn't even a shower DOOR to stop the water from going all over the floor when we showered. Instead we laid a towel on the floor that was soaked after each shower. The drawers were old and unattractive. Everything about the room was unattractive and old. The air conditioning is very weak, so if you're just arriving from outside you need an immediate shower to feel the cool from the A/C. The bed was comfortable and that was the only room positive.

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If it were not for the beach this hotel would have gotten 1 star from me, they only get 2 stars from me because the beach is one of the most beautiful I have ever been to. The water is amazing as you would expect from Mexico but the beach itself as in the sand is gorgeous. No rocks, no shells, nothing for you to prick your feet on, definitely a pristine beach. The hotel offers a romantic dinner on the beach package which I purchased as I wanted to propose to my girlfriend in a very special way. The dinner which was a pre fixed lobster and steak entre was amazing. Our personal waiter Alexander was great and it was truly a memorable amazing experience.
As for the pool, it was also enjoyable, its nice to have a deep end(7 ft) in a resort pool which you don't come across very often. But there's no swim up bar, what resort in Mexico of all places doesn't have a swim up bar?! So either load up with 3 drinks at a time or your going to be going in and out of the water for drinks often.

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The entire hotel is very understaffed but you notice it most in these areas, there was almost always a line at the bars and its because most times there was only one person making drinks. At the restaurants which I can only rate the Italian one as that's the only one we had dinner at is also understaffed. You'r unable to make reservations as you can at most resorts instead you show up and either be seated or are given a wait time. We were given a 30 minute wait time yet when we finally got a table there were plenty of tables available (again horribly understaffed). The food there was mediocre at best. Can't rate any other as we being our normal selves would catch a cab and leave the resort to Playa Del Carmen and would have dinner there a couple nights of our stay.

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We ordered room service twice, the first time it came pretty fast considering it was ordered at 4am but the 2nd time when it was a more common time of 10pm we waited 80 minutes for the food to come! We were just told "there are a lot of orders and he'll be there soon."

Overall-
The hotel is outdated, in need of a massive renovation and I would NOT recommend it. If you're looking for an Eco friendly hotel, we met 2 nice couples staying at the Sandos Caracol Eco Resot who only had great things to say about it. So maybe that would be a better route for Eco friendly hotel. The only positive from our hotel was the beach, Maroma beach is known to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Riviera Maya. Aside from that, I will NOT be back to this hotel and if you're reading this review looking for insight, trust me when I tell you to stay away and book elsewhere on Maroma beach.

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  • Stayed April 2014, traveled as a couple
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Enrico R, Gerente at Catalonia Playa Maroma, responded to this review, May 21, 2014
Dear Valued Guest,
We would like to thank you for expressing your views on TripAdvisor. We deeply regret not meeting your expectations during your stay at our hotel. We do value and encourage guest feedback as it allows us to make improvements and helps us to maintain consistent high standards of customer service.

First of all we would like to clarify you that check-in time is at 3p.m., even so, we always do our best effort to give rooms before that time, but not always is possible. However, our clients have the access and are allowed to use our facilities from the first moment, and we explain the time to come back to get the room keys. We are very sorry, but unfortunately no matter how long time before you reserve your vacation, we work according with our policies.

We are very sorry if you were not pleased with the structure of our hotel, it has the “hacienda style”, the main walk between the lobby and rooms to the pool/beach area is one of our main attractions in our hotel, many people found it very agreeable and enjoy a lot the walk, but of course it is a personal opinion.

The decoration in the room is modern , but it keeps the Mexican style in the bathroom area. In our brochures we do not specified that we have tubs, in this case, it seems you had a wrong idea of what we offer. All the rooms in our hotel have showers.

About the A/C conditions, at your arrival we fix the temperature according with our standards, after you get in the room and for the rest of your stay, It is you who managed the controllers and fix the temperature you prefer.

Concerning the food quality, we truly regret not having been able to satisfy you, all our restaurants offer a great variety of food, we offer different kinds of cuisine and our chefs are always more than happy to assist our clients and do their best efforts to please everybody. As for our system for dinner, we have a main buffet open from 18:00 to 22:30hrs., and four a la carte restaurants with the same schedule, none of them required reservation, our policy is "first in, first served", so the hostess in the door always explained the clients the timeout to have a table available for dinner.

We cannot force our clients to stay all the time in our hotel, when they decide to go out, it is their decision the activities they want to do.

Overall, our Guest Service staff is always available for assisting our clients and we are sure that if you would have mentioned your discontentment to us, it would have been a pleasure for us to help you and this situation could be ended differently.

We certainly will take seriously your feedback and see possibilities to improve and make sure to provide the best service to our clients.

Yours sincerely,

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Dartmouth, Canada
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Reviewed May 3, 2014

We just returned from a week at the Catalonia April 24 - May 1, 2014. Only 35 minutes from airport. First impression rustic and older, but very very clean, We arrived late on Thursday evening, thanks to Raul at the front desk, he was very friendly and courteous. One important thing we found with this resort--we travelled from Nova Scotia, Canada and got all American. They don't take American they accept Canadian or credit card, so then you have to change your money to pesos. Wish we had of known this. You can pay for excursions off the resort through your rep in American $$. Also when we tried to get small bills at the exchange place, they never had small bills...so bring smaller bills with you. We exchanged a little at the airport in Halifax and got some pesos before heading out.

Room: We stayed in the Kabah section of the hotel #5301 on the very back of the bldg. We upgraded to privileged which was $15.00 per night per person. Well worth the extra. Again, our room was directly behind Secrets, there entertainment is very loud so if you don't like loud music, try to stay closer to the walkway. The music goes until 11pm. That would also be a reason to upgrade the other garden rooms Coba and Tulum directly behind Secrets, that would even be louder and their AC main system ran 24/7 very loud.

Privileged: Bldg closer to all amenities. The room upgrade is nothing really (pretty basic, shower only no tub or jacuzzi) again kept very clean. The building is closer to the beach, restaurants, spa, pool area, room service, towel service, privileged section in regular buffet. You don't need a towel card. 5 Ala Carte's instead of 3. You get to enjoy the Tortuga buffet, which we did everyday. It's a long walk from the beach to the regular buffet. No trolley so if you don't like to walk.

Food: In general the food was great and you don't have to book reservations even better. First come first serve. The Terrance (Tapa's Restaurant) this was an extra. You have to make reservations if you want the lobster dinner ($$). We didn't care for the food The desert was the best part of the meal. Service also was the worst we had the whole week. I would recommend it for Ala carte breakfast, you enjoy a lovely breakfast ( 2 mornings) on the patio overlooking the ocean. Our favorite was by far the Steak House (Fillet excellente'). I believe it was Cornelio we have him 2 nights, great job, also great service friendly and courteous, kept the wine glasses full at all times. We ate there 3 nights every meal was superb and the service as well. Secondly the Italian also great food and service. We had a waiter there wish I could remember his name, he was great, put a little love into it he said. Special shout out to him. We can't comment on the Mexican, we never ate there but I am sure it is also excellent. The main buffet was usually great for breakfast, lots of variety and we only ate one lunch and one dinner. We found the service a little lacking in the buffet, last day we were asked if we wanted tea by two people, however both times they never brought it, so we got our own. Also they cleaned the table off but never came back with silverware and we were never given water. Not what we would have expected. We usually ate between 6:30 and 7:00 after that the restaurants got very busy, and usually a line up and don't forget to bring your punch card, if you have to get out of line to get it, you may have to wait. Also the Crepiere however we never took advantage of this either but looked good, open during the daytime. Desert and some lunch crepes.

Beach: What can I say, the beach was spectacular, beautiful white sandy beach, and you could walk for miles each way which we took advantage of everyday. There is a privileged section on the beach with palapa's and beach beds, trust me you need the palapas on those hot days, the regular section none. We found the bar service on the beach wasn't that good, never saw anyone until our last day, we got asked all the time.

Entertainment: This I have to say unfortunately we found to be very poor. The shows, kudos to the animation staff who did their best, but it was all dancing with lipsinking to music and really nothing until 9:45. We found this very late, once you finished your meal, there was nothing. Monday and Wednesday they had entertainment in the lobby from 8:00pm - 9:15pm. Solo artist (sorry can't remember his name) he was very good. Played keyboards with pre-recorded tracks We actually got to jive a bit. We couldn't enjoy the lobby much. There is the Tequila bar but it was always full of smokers, even to sit on the couches, all you could smell was the waffle of cigarette smoke. Again, after him there was a lull nothing to do except wait for the shows. We usually returned to our room and as we backed onto the Secrets resort (wow entertainment, we usually stood on our walkway and listened to the music, live and very good).

Daily Activities: We were a little disappointed as they only had beach volleyball on the beach. Only 2 days we were there did they have some type of game activity and one day a BBQ on the beach. They have lots up around the pool area, step aerobics, yoga, loads of stuff for kids however, to find out what was going on you had to go to the show area to find the board, which should be more out in plain sight. I myself was waiting for some Zumba on the beach. The staff came around the beach area but didn't go out of their way to try and get you involved.

Final Remarks: All in all it was a good resort, there were a couple of things that could use improvement. We did like the fact this resort is a little more relaxed on dress code and no reservations for dinner. Men don't have to worry about long pants, long sleeves for dinner. Dress attire is casual elegant however you see everything there. We would definitely recommend the resort to our friends. Stay there again probably, but it would be mainly for the beach. Thanks to the staff of the Catalonia who made our stay a very pleasant one.

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Property: Catalonia Playa Maroma
Address: Carretera Federal 307 Chetumal- Puerto Juarez Km. 306+250, Playa Maroma, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
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Location: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya > Playa del Carmen > Playa Maroma
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#1 Green Hotel in Playa Maroma
#3 Family Hotel in Playa Maroma
#4 Spa Hotel in Playa Maroma
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Playa Maroma
#4 Top resorts Hotel in Playa Maroma
#4 Romantic Hotel in Playa Maroma
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Catalonia Playa Maroma 3.5*
Number of rooms: 404
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Catalonia Playa Maroma is situated in the Mayan Riviera, at only 35 kilometers south of Cancun and 20 kilometers north of Playa del Carmen. Regarding to the Travel Channel, Playa Maroma is one of the most beautiful beaches of the world. The typical Mexican decoration with its vibrant colors and palapa roofs surrounded by the native jungle make this resort the perfect place to spend a wonderful vacation. The Mayan World has to offer a lot to its visitors. ... more   less 
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