Great location in the middle of the town so one can walk to restaurants and shops. Well matured grounds with verdant foliage and attractively designed chalets with wooden balconies and thatched roofs in a traditional style.
Three restaurants; one charging extra for better quality food. Hot buffet selections ok, but not great, although starter salad selection good and fresh. Drinks at the bars and restaurants are relatively expensive.
Main problem we experienced was loud noise early in the morning caused by laundry carts being wheeled along pathways adjacent to our room, and rubbish collection trucks in the maintenance area nearby, so I recommend anyone booking at this resort to avoid staying in rooms 119 to 128.
The scheduled live music did not happen on one evening; musicians just didn’t turn up, but this is Mexico, not everything goes to plan.
While we were there there was a lot of seaweed on the beach due to earlier stormy weather having dislodged it from the offshore reefs, which was a pity as it would normally be all white sand, but as the pool areas were good we just used those instead. Some staff were tasked with clearing the seaweed but we wished they had better equipment (like a digger and large truck rather than rakes and wheel barrows) since their efforts made little difference.
Overall this a great place to stay; a very tranquil oasis of green on the beach.More
- Breakfast included