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We spent 3 days and 2 nights in this beautiful place.
The rooms are very “exotic” confortable and relaxing. Every room have a balcony with hammoks. Is an eco friendly hotel where you cook your own breakfast in this amazing impeccable kitchen. You can cook...More
Loved staying at Rancho Sak-Ol for 11 days in January. Quaint location, easy walk to town. Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast bar was amazing! Loved having kitchen space to cook for myself. Nice rooms, enjoyed the hammocks on the porch. Great...More
Just spend a week at this wonderful get away on the beach. It took us a couple of days to settle in , to truly unwind, but when we did the beauty of this place and the magic within it was unfolded to us. It...More
We stayed here for a few nights. The location is very cute: nicely decorated and very well maintained. The beach is very pretty and the water is great, but there was a lot of seaweed when we were there. There is breakfast, and guests can...More
This place is just beautiful. Built in a traditional Palapa style and surrounded by nature. The rooms are truly unique with their hanging beds and even with a water feature on the wall! They are clean and spacious, each with a private, shady balcony with...More
Response from SakolPuertoMorelos | Property representative |
Thanks for your question. Guests typically head into town for meals or buy ingredients (fresh produce from the small shops, fresh fish at the fishermen's co-op, a trip the Chedraui supermarket on the highway for a full... More
Thanks for your question. Guests typically head into town for meals or buy ingredients (fresh produce from the small shops, fresh fish at the fishermen's co-op, a trip the Chedraui supermarket on the highway for a full supermarket, etc.) and prepare meals in the communal kitchen. We include the use of our bikes (subject to availability) in our rates so guests can get to town more easily (it's about a 5-10 minute ride by bike). Taxis are also available to the center town for about 50-60 pesos each way.