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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.
I'm at The Reef right now and unfortunately have to leave today. After seeing quite a few poor reviews on here I didn't know what to expect. After staying here for the last 7 days I can say that the people complaining on here should probably just stay at home because there seems to be no pleasing them. This place is great! The staff are amazing, food is good, beach is nice and the pool is a blast! I'm here with my 5 year old boy and met my parents here for a family trip. My son has had so much fun playing with all the nice people and other kids. We were made to feel very welcome here by all the staff who are genuinely nice people and want you to have a good time. I wouldn't hesitate to come back here at all. I've been to bigger and nicer resorts but this is the most fun we have had in Mexico. Don't pay attention to the poor reviews on here those people are just looking for something to complain about. Thanks to The Reef for a great week!
"Not disappointed - other than . . ."
My wife and I were at this property for a week in late November and overall it was very good. Good points: 1) All the restaurants (save the Samurai) were genuinely first rate for the price. 2) Property was clean, well maintained and truly quite beautiful - it was also well equipped and organized. 3) The staff were all very friendly (save one or two - there are always one or two). 4) You can walk on the beach in one direction for the whole day should you wish and while I would not brave it at night, a daylight promenade was always welcome and never threatening 5) You are not bothered by 2000 beach vendors. 6) Although the hotel seemed less than full, they insisted that they were - that being said and believed, all the amenities were super easy to access without wait - beach chairs, restaurants, etc. There was always a place to sit in either area. 7) The buffet was wonderful. 8) The rooms were well-appointed and the pool was clean and well appointed. Not so good points: 1) The housekeeping service was very late and very inconsistent - everything from stocking the mini-bar (with soft drinks and water) to assuring that having taken away the little piece of soap in the shower - one replaced it. 1a) The water pressure in the shower is absolutely nothing to brag about - neither is the usual availability of anything but warm (not hot) water. 2) The walls are paper thin and on the last two days we were neighbored with two people who had no class and no volume control - the hotel did accept to move us for the last night although I never knew whether they would have been able to or not as it somehow became unnecessary - perhaps they passed out. 3) There seem to be 3 types of 'all inclusive' on the property and each come with their perks - we did not need the premium alcohol (I can deal with bar scotch or less amazing tequila for a week) (I didn't go there to get hammered), but the wi-fi, which costs them nothing more, did not come with our package and so was sold at a rather hefty extra price - we passed.The staff are also snobs with regards this system and inconsistent - at one bar I was told that an espresso would be an extra charge - at another I was served one, no problem. 4) They won't change US $$ - i.e, if you need 5 x 1's in order to leave a reasonable tip - forget it - there are ways around it - the bar folks had no problem as they knew that they would end up with a profit. The lady at the overpriced hotel boutique insisted that she had none and then when pressed, put forward that she was not allowed. 5) The entertainment was hit and miss! 6) There did not seem to be a waiter on the beach. 7) They desperately try to sell you on their vacation club (insisting that it is not a timeshare - although they have properties all over the world? They do usually accept 'No' for an answer, but not until you've been through each one of the staff who are there for that purpose. We didn't bite. There are guards protecting the rather posh 'vacation club' and most speak no English, 8) Their Japanese restaurant is a joke and not worth the effort - if you are there with a young group - you might enjoy the not so Japanese entertainment! 9) The management staff are snobs! 10) 5th avenue, all the way to the ferry for Cosumel and beyond, is a tourist trap - there are some interesting shops, but by and large, once you've seen 100, you've seen they 1000+++! Wearing the bracelet from the Reef immediately made everyone our waiter on his day off - the basic Mexican or tourist hustle! All in all we did enjoy our stay - we took several excursions which were well organized with the group MayaLand. Overall, the positives outweighed the negatives and we quite enjoyed ourselves and would go back were it being offered at the same rate later on in the winter.
My friend and I recently stayed at Reef Coco Beach. I had stayed there with my husband about 10 years ago. I had told my friend how much we liked it there, but was very disappointed this time. I had not realized that the area had become so commercialized. Where once you could walk all the way down the beach to 5th avenue, this is no longer possible. Our room was clean but had a terrible odor, water was leaking from the ceiling and one one of our lights were not working. After complaining about these things and being told by such friendly staff that they would be taken care of, they were not. Everytime we went down to the lounge, the staff would seem to go out of their way to not come near us. What was a pleasant greeting upon arrival was now not so pleasant. As for the food, well what was there the day before seemed to be there the next day. The pork and beef were so tough we could barely chew them. My husband and I have been to several places in Mexico but I will not go back to The Reef Coca Beach. I would not have minded so much if I hadn't paid what I did pay. I paid for a 4 to 5 star rating and got a 3 at best. The only good part is that is is within walking distance to 5th Ave and the ferry to Cozumel.
"Great hotel for a week getaway"
The hotel is five blocks from 5th Ave. All the rooms face the pool. It is a small resort so easy to get from the lobby to the beach. The rooms are nice & good size. The staff is very good in the bars & restaurants. There are three alacarts Mexican,Itallian & Japanise. If you do not have the premium package you will have to pay $22 US for the Japanise. It is nice but that is too much to pay. The pool is very nice but not heated. The swim up bar is located in the sun so that is a bonus. The beach was nice & you can walk for 1/2 hour one way. The boats are parked in front of the hotel but out far enough that they are not an issue. The only problem we had was that we did not have hot water. Just Luke warm. We went to the desk & customer service a couple times & they said they were working on it. By the fifth day I was fed up & went to the front desk to get the problem solved. One of the managers came with me to the room where we met one of the maintenance men to evaluate the problem. To their amazement the water was Luke warm. They asked if we wanted to change rooms but we said we were only there two more nights so we did not want to pack everything up & move. I asked how they were going to compensate us & he was very accommodating by giving us another alacarts in the Japanise & late check out till 2 pm at no charge. I think they handled the situation very professionally. I would recommend this hotel for one week stays as with really only two alacarts it would be quite repetitive. The buffet is very nice as you can sit in open air or air conditioned. The lobby bar has nice sitting area. It would be great if they had some entertainment in the lobby to keep people there. There was a band one night that moved from the pool area due to rain & the people in the lobby danced & had a great time. They should do more of that. I would go back to this property for a week.
"Come and Relax!!"
Site was centrally located in the city and very near the beach. Fifth Avenue is within walking distance and many sites to see. Food was great and the snack bar was fantastic. I would recommend this property to anyone who is a first time traveler to Playa.
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