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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
This little gem of a B'n'B is tucked away about a 15 minute stroll outside Puerto Morelos , a little fishing village on the verge of consumerism , it's well looked after by all the fantastic staff all of which are so attentive that you...More
We stayed in the junior suite for a week in February. Loved it but know it's not fancy.Room was comfortable and bath was modern; no complaints. We had the largest room and appreciated the space and extra seating/napping area on a futon. Unfortunately the bar...More
This is a perfect spot to stay in Puerto Morelos. It is just outside of town- a short walk or bicycle ride or if you prefer a 50 peso cab ride. It is located right on the water and there was always a pleasant breeze....More
We stayed here for 3 nights in the junior suite. To be honest I felt an immediate disappointment when I saw the property.
The view on the beach looks at a working port which is ugly and noisy but from our room itself the view...More
Response from SakolPuertoMorelos, Manager at Rancho Sak-OlResponded 21 January 2017
We’d like to thank you for taking the time to review and give us your input. We wish you could have enjoyed your time here more, and we will take the things you’ve mentioned under consideration as we are a new administration always looking to...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.