Nice hotel close to the beach, it's between of Playa del Carmen and Cancun. The restaurants cook a lot of delicious dishes for the buffets. the coctels and drinks are good. They have a funny group of animation in the pool area. I loved to stay in this hotel.
Traveller from Arizona
Located on Mexico's Riviera Maya, 10 km (6 mi) from Playa del Carmen and 68 km (41 mi) from Cancún, this upscale …More
lobby needs some serious remodeling
a lot of cats when you are eating
need more outdoor eating places
night club old, outdated
need more variety on the buffets
it's adults only, but nothing to do at night after the show
Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso All Inclusive is a beachfront hotel located on Playa Paraiso (Quintana Roo), just a few miles …More
First the best beach by far anywhere. Flat, lovely sand. Beautiful clear sea. Not too turbulent. Easy safe swimming. Natural surroundings. Lovely area to walk and safe. Easy walk to the best shops and restaurants. Under ten minutes. Lovely swimming pools and many. Super clean and large. Lovely vegetation and gardens. Quiet resort. Two hundred rooms and often not fully occupied makes for a quiet undisturbed atmosphere. Some lively entertainment at night. Room is clean. Bed is great. But rooms are not large. Shower is tiny and a little grundgy. Staff is variable. Mostly friendly. I speak Spanish and most staff speak only Spanish. I am picky about food. And food is average at best. And often a weak version of takeout. Did not much fancy any of the food. This puts me off the fully inclusive vacation option in future. Usually food in most fully unclusive is dissapointing. Room service menu is horrible. Bar fridge understocked. A few cheap beers, colas and water. Some nuts and chips. At the price of close to $1000 a day the food is completely unacceptable. Add poor service. Often forgetting items you ordered either at the restaurant or for room service. Staff also seem to ignore the do not disturb sign. Gym at this resort has improved since my last visit here and is adequate. Better than many. Generally above average experience. Excellent beach, pool and ocean. It is within the lovely gated community of PlayaCar within ten minutes of Quinta Avenida.
Traveller from L
Set along a Caribbean powdery sand beach, Royal Hideaway Playacar is located 5 minutes from the famous Fifth Avenue and the …More
This was my first time in this hotel, and i had aN amazing experience, the place was lovetly and relax the staff very kind and helfull the restaurant admosthery was very romantic and relax near the beach, the service and the food A+. I am planning to go back again !!
Traveller from miami fl
This Tulum hotel is on the beach, 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Ziggy Beach, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tulum National Park and Temple …More
This hotel is quiet, beautiful, and has wonderful food. We needed a relaxing trip, and glad we picked this one. The staff is so friendly and nice. All around perfect, we highly recommend it. The Kore is located in the best spot, where you can bike to almost everything the city has to offer.
Traveller from Santa Monica, CA
Situated on the waterfront, this all-inclusive resort is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Tulum National Park and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from …More
The overall experience at Los Lirios Tulum was pleasant and accommodating. It was my first time in Tulum so I wasn't familiar with the area and the amenities. We were upgraded from a garden view to a ocean front view which is awesome. Carlos at the front desk was knowledgeable and welcoming. The room is spacious and cozy boasting a/c, a big bathroom with huge tub and hammock outside. The beach is a few steps away which you can't really beat. Free breakfast is provided, and although it isn't top notch it does the trick- you can't beat the omelet and coffee in the morning.
Downsides: Some of the staff at the hotel could benefit from some training. If you bought a drink, they would immediately request payment. it was a tad overboard. We had a friend visit us on several occasions who was staying in downtown Tulum. The security at the hotel closely monitored guests and reported back to the hotel staff. They approached us about our friend's visit and asked if she was planning on staying with us. While I understand security measures, we didn't need to be monitored to that degree. We were on vacation!!!! Our friend purchased a day pass ($17) which included access to the hotel beach and a couple of drinks. However, the hotel stated they would charge us ($70) if she didn't leave by 6 pm. It really was a bit too much monitoring and intrusive. If you are a couples and/or family visiting, you most likely wont run into the issue but you should be aware of this in advance.
Traveller from Washington, DC
This Tulum resort is on the beach, 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Ziggy Beach, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tulum National Park and …More