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Over The Reef Coco Beach
The Reef Coco Beach; slechts een korte wandeling van de beroemde 5th Avenue in Playa del Carmen gelegen. Dit intieme en kleinschalige all-inclusive resort, direct aan het strand, combineert moeiteloos de schoonheid van één van 's werelds meest prachtige stranden met lekker eten, een luxe spa, golf en spannende activiteiten van zonsopgang tot zonsondergang. De Kids Club zorgt ervoor dat de kinderen zich geen moment hoeven te vervelen. In de avond heeft u de mogelijkheid om te genieten van live entertainment of u zoekt uw vertier in één van de nachtclubs in Playa del Carmen.
- all inclusive
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Geselecteerde alcoholische en non-alcoholische drankjes, alle maaltijden, snacks, gebruik van de niet-gemotoriseerde watersportfaciliteiten en deelname aan de georganiseerde (sport)activiteiten.
Op 60 km van de luchthaven van Calcún gelegen, in Playacar aan Playa del Carmen.
• 2 Restaurants
• 4 Bars
• Internettoegang (tegen betaling)
• Kids Club
• Spaanse les
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals: kajakken, scuba duiken, windsurfen en zeilen
• Diverse excursiemogelijkheden in de omgeving
Van een vissersdorpje, is Playa del Carmen de laatste jaren uitgegroeid tot een populaire badplaats, waar de gezellige sfeer nog steeds overheerst. Vele winkeltjes, restaurants en typisch Mexicaanse uitgaansgelegenheden; ‘Playa’ is het trefpunt van vakantievierders. De hotelwijk Playacar ligt direct ten zuiden van Playa del Carmen. Het eiland Cozumel is per ferry makkelijk bereikbaar.
"Great place to stay..."
My husband and I really enjoyed our week at your resort. Food, service, cleanliness were excellent. The only draw back were the boats at the beach but you get used to them after a day or 2. Would recommend this resort without any hesitation. Thank you for the little attention...strawberry chocolate when we arrived, bathrobes for both of us in our room , beer in the fridge....
"Good deal at great location"
This was our second stay at Reef Coco and we love the location and the hotel is nice but lacking in some areas. The staff are all very nice except, ironically, at the front desk where the few prople we encountered were not very friendly at all. I do wish the dining room waiters were a bit quicker about bringing drinks as most times we were done with our meal by the time they brought drinks but they were all so friendly and, of course, tipping helps, as it should. The resort is quiet but in close proximity and a safe walk to a great downtown, which we enjoyed. The beach is lovely, but lots of seaweed this visit though the staff worked long and hard cleaning it each day. The pool is beautiful and big with lots of chairs. The rooms are not fancy but they are clean. My one room complaint is that it seemed impossible to get a HOT shower- lukewarm was the best we could do and we had 3 rooms in different areas of the hotel. Overall, as long as you don't expect a 5 star hotel, it's a great hotel for the price.
"Enjoyed our visit."
Over all we had an awesome vacation. Loved how the beach was right there off the resort. Loved how small the resort was. Food was ok at the buffet, but I would definitely recommend getting the premium bracelet so you can eat at the Ã la carte every night instead, the premium bracelet also gives you access to the beach bar, which is by far better then the pool bar in regards to service and high end alcohol. Love how close to 5th ave it was for shopping. A huge con, was as soon as you get there they bombard you with an 1.5 hr time share presentation and make you believe that you'll win a free week there and a free excursion. When someone greets you in a white shirt and beige/navy blue bottoms, tell them no thank you. Do not waste your time. They convince you it's not a time share presentation but it totally is.
"Resort is an OK place, but we had fun exploring playa on our own"
I would start with the staff as they try harder to please everyone. I would give a 5 star for the staff but 3 or less for the resort itself. As you have read in many reviews, you would see boats right in front of the resort and if you want to experience beach then you have to walk further on the left (which may not be the resort property). Food was same through out the week and very less options for vegetarians. I'm a vegetarian and have travelled to many places, but I had always found something to eat. In this resort, veggies was harder. I was preparing my own meals with the available options and giving that to stir fry guys to saute. That way staff were nice to accommodate our needs. Italian restaurant was good and we went there 3 or 4 times for dinner. Snack bar is ala carte type, it would have been better if it was like a buffet as you can eat as little or as much as you want. Ala carte was kind of a big order and it was wasted most of the time. No fruits or veggies at the snack bar, you would have to eat pizza (they run out of them soon), french fries, quesadilla, etc Our first room was not okay, but when asked at the front desk, they gave us an excellent room. I would appreciate their service! Travel: This was our interesting part of our stay. We didn't book anything from the resort but explored everything on our own. If people wants to explore, i'm sharing some tips and details, which you may find it helpful. Taxi - we were not taking taxis from the resort, instead walking till 5th avenue (not too far, just 100/200m from the resort) to get a taxi. Because if you take taxi from the resort, you would pay 90-125pesos, but to the same place, if you take taxi from 5th ave, you would pay anywhere from 20-50 pesos. Cozumel - We took a taxi from 5th ave to ferry for 20 pesos. Ferry to cozumel and return is 50 pesos/adult and 30pesos for kids. We snorkeled there, it was nice. Snorkeling for 4 and diving for one was about $170 USD Tulum - We took a taxi to collectivo and then went to Tulum in Collectivo. Collectivo is 50 pesos per person. We wanted to book a shared tour at Tulum but there was a wait time for the guides, so we bought the tickets, explored on our own. Santa Fe - Santa fe beach is just 5 minutes walk from Tulum. If you ask anyone, they would guide you to the beach. We bought a snorkeling tour at the beach for $10USD per person. It was a good one, we saw a few turtles, sting rays everything was an arm reach. I would recommend this tour for sure! Muyil - We took a taxi to Muyil. At Muyil, you can hire some guys with boats for 600 (or 500) pesos and they'll take you on a great tour of the lagoons. We crossed the first lagoon and then went through the grasses to the next lagoon. From there we float down the lagoon, I was scared even though the water was clear. The current of the water takes you down a natural waterway with mangrove trees and grasses on either side. We stopped at a place where the boat guy was waiting for us with our slippers. We walked back to the boat in the jungle :). We took a taxi back to Tulum collectivo. We talked to one of the taxi guys who dropped us off to the ferry, to drop us from resort to the airport. He took 600 pesos (but we gave him 100 pesos as tip as he came on time and waited for us at the resort). Usually if you book taxis from the resort, they would charge about $50-$60USD. Bottom line - It was fun to explore on our own and had a great time at Playa del carmen.
"Nice to come back after 5 years!"
Comfortable &relaxing stay with great friendly staff.Location is great,close to great coffee shops (we went often for espresso and capuchino).It is the same after 5 years hotel doesn't have good espresso-capuchino maker!
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