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Recent Quintana Roo reviews

  • Paradise

    "Rating Details: I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. I was very happy with the location. The vacation rental was spotless. The property manager was very helpful. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: The property is located on the best section of the beach in Playa. Easy walking distance to the shops, restaurants and nightlife. Other stretches of the beach are packed with row upon row of beach chairs. Not here. Beach is quite, relaxed and gorgeous. Staff very chill. We felt like we were at our home and not a rental property. Nice respectful guests. Smaller complex, well maintained grounds. We considered spending a day at one of the famous beach clubs in Playa but couldn't imagine leaving our oasis for even one afternoon. And as much as I'd like to end the review there, I have to say the barman at the pool bar needs to be given a different position. He does not enjoy his job and being in his company makes for an unpleasant experience."
    Guest: A guest from Montreal, Quebec Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: May 8, 2014
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  • Nice week and change from the mega-resorts

    "We spent a very nice week at Tres Palmeras - two families and five kids ages 6-16. The house is located on a developing stretch of land with other beach houses and a few inns/villas. The land is a bit further out so that the beach borders the reef/limestone break and is not swimmable - water shoes are a must! The breaking waves, breeze and view from the hammock are world-class. However, use the sea-kayak at your own risk. Getting out is OK but it is dangerous coming back in. The neighborhood has a cenote, a few restaurants and some security (but lock up anyway!). The house has just about everything you would need, including extra water shoes and some snorkle gear. We ran out of water once so heed the notices to conserve. The view from the rooftop at night is stunning if you happen to be there for either a full or a new moon! We rented a car so that gave us some freedom to explore Tulum and the other beaches and ruins. La Zebra, as recommended by Pam, is on a beautiful stretch of beach so good we went back. Paraiso Beach has more of a public beach feel and brings in cruise ship tours. The ruins at Coba and Tulum are nice (but get there as early as possible for Tulum - the ruins and view are nice but gets very crowded with tour buses by 10 AM.). Tulum is a nice town and we found a couple cheap but tasty taco stands. Better than the hoards at Cancun or Playa de Carmen. I took off one star as the house was a little rough around the edges as you would expect of any beach house due to the elements. We couldn't get the kitchen fan to work and a few of the exterior light fixtures were broken (including a recessed light that dangled precariously from a few feet of wire on the porch)."
    Guest: Michael H. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 21, 2014
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  • a little bit of paradise

    "Our family really enjoyed our stay at Nicte Ha. The decor was beautiful, the ocean views were outstanding, the house was clean and well-stocked. The house felt secluded and quiet, just what we wanted in a vacation. Maria prepared a delicious dinner for us, and the house was always clean. Jose, the gardener, was SUPER! Friendly, helpful and a really nice guy. He rinsed our rental car every day. Having said that, future guests should be aware of a couple of things: (1) although the house description lists a washer and dryer, the laundry room is locked, with a sign that says the housekeeper will do the laundry for a charge. We were disappointed, as we had planned to do laundry our last day (Sunday), which was the maid's day off. Rather misleading in the description. (2) While the house IS beautiful, it is a bit frayed around the edges. Just a few little annoyances with non-working fans, lights, cracked tiles inside and outside. (3) CHECK the HOUSE KEYS before you leave the house locked. Only one key fit the front door, and we could never get the second front door to unlock with EITHER key. (4) I wouldn't bring young children here; the tiles inside and out are extremely slick when wet, and the stairs to the upper rooms are steep and slick as well. (5) On Thursday, we left our beach towels to be washed, but we didn't receive replacements until Saturday afternoon. (6) The wi-fi is not reliable, and is spotty upstairs. Plus, the instructions we were given to log in were not correct. Since we needed to be in touch with family in the States, this was a bit disconcerting. Would we stay here again? Probably. Just be aware of the hiccups."
    Guest: Kathryn C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 16, 2014
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  • Beautiful, Amazing Place

    "The penthouse at Punta Roca Al Cielo is simply amazing. It is beautiful inside and out. Upon arrival the house was set up perfectly and extremely clean. The concierge was extremely helpful and responsive to all our needs. This was our third time staying in this condo and we plan to return year after year. We love everything about Puerto Aventuras and our stay at Punta Roca. The condo is great for someone with slight disabilities. The elevator seems to always be in working order. Several of the bathrooms have walk-in showers."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: November 22, 2014
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