The wife and I visited Hotel Xcaret for our 6 year anniversary. I can not explain how amazing this hotel was. The property that the hotel sits on is amazing. The food is really good. The staff is amazing always helpful and willing to go the extra steps to make it perfect for you. The rooms are comfortable ...
Resort was beautiful but the food was not so good pool bars were very nice buffets were not good the other restaurants were just ok at best
The place is gorgeous and the food to die for. The only suggestion is to have some music on at the pool area to make it a bit more enjoyable and not to quiet. Also, I believe it needs at lease one lounge are for who ever wants to go dance and not just having to wait for the entertainment staff. Basically ...
It's a great location right off the square. We felt safe walking around to get to restaurants and bars. Beds are pretty comfortable, especially by Mexican standards. Staff was super helpful and nice. Breakfast was really good, especially the hot chocolate or the fresh squeezed juice.
|Local Currency||Mexican Peso|
|Max Winter Temperature (Fahrenheit)||86.36|
|Max Summer Temperature (Fahrenheit)||94.28|
|Iconic Attractions||Tulum Mayan Ruins|
Anyone craving sun, a slower pace and plenty to do will find it year-round on the Mayan Riviera. Winter is mild, warm and balmy while summer can be a scorcher with plenty of humidity. Rainy season lasts from May through November, and January and February are dry and cooled by El Norte (northerly winds). Summer and September bring high heat and a chance of hurricanes.
Expect a surge of vacationers and higher rates at Christmas and Easter. In March, spring breakers shake up the scene in Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Travel in the shoulder seasons to balance tan-inducing temps with reasonable rates: mid-April to mid-June, and October through mid-December.
Wear your suit under your clothes so you can splash into the cool Caribbean after roaming the seaside ruins in Tulum.
A mixed crowd, a mix of music and a few skilled mix-masters keep this local's bar interesting and unpredictable. Grown-ups sip specialty martinis and classic cocktails a block from the kids whooping it up on 5th Avenue.
What started as one Berlin man's dream for a beachside sausage shack is now Mannes Biergarten. Find your schnitzel and hausfusel under a thatched roof on 4th Street between 10th and 15th Avenues.
Little touched by tourism, Laguna Bacalar spans 50 miles through the jungle. Stroll through town and count the colors in the sparkling lake. Dine at Cenote Azul restaurant which sits on the rim of one of the purest cenotes in the Yucatan.
One of the last fishing village holdouts, Puerto Morelas also welcomes tourists and divers. Mingle with loyal clientele over ceviche at Posada Amor, the oldest local restaurant. On most Friday nights, Cantina Habanero's restaurant jams with live music a half block north of town square.
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