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If you are looking for an off the beaten path retreat, this is it. We did not want to stay in an all inclusive compound, and found this place on the Internet. It was a wonderful, peaceful and restful without crowds and plenty of room...More
Rancho Sakol was charming and well kept. It was a great way to spend a couple of days at the beach. We took an upstairs room and fell asleep to the sounds of the waves. l loved the breakfast freedom. I could drink coffee and...More
Very relaxing, friendly staff, and peaceful setting. Hotel is a 15 minute walk from the town plaza. We walked into town every day for lunch and dinner. Our room (#13) had a great view of the ocean, but was maybe a little small for us...More
Rancho Sak-ol, soon to be renamed Sak-ol Leman, which in Mayan means "white doorway to the quiet ocean", is aptly named. It is a good place to begin your explorations of the Mayan Riviera. Located at the south end of town, it is just beyond...More
I really enjoyed this place. I know it might not be for everyone ... most of the criticisms are true about its slightly industrial location and not so great beaches, and that staff isn't always available. But I'm not a fussy traveler, and would prefer...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.