Travelocity adverts this as a 3-star quality hotel, but this is not even 1-star. the rooms were dirty (not just unclean, but structurally dirty). the hotel corridor, building ...
Travelocity adverts this as a 3-star quality hotel, but this is not even 1-star. The rooms were dirty (not just unclean, but structurally dirty). The hotel corridor, building and rooms are ugly. The room floor was not cleaned in months, and was dirty. The free internet gets disconnected often, and the breakfast area is humming with bees. The only comfort was king size bed. We spent 0 time at the hotel other than sleeping. Much of the hotel reception does not speak English.
The worst thing was, the key for safe in the room would not come out of the lock so we were carrying our passports and other valuables with us all the time. From US standards, this was worse than a motel, and they claim to be a 3 star hotel. If you want to have a vacation, this is not the place to stay at.
This small, old world mexican property is so friendly and quaint. it is not a 5 star resort, so knowing that is essential to you enjoying your stay here. what ...
This small, old world Mexican property is so friendly and quaint. It is NOT a 5 star resort, so knowing that is essential to you enjoying your stay here. What it is...a small place to relax and enjoy all inclusive drinks and food that are as good as anywhere and the best staff. The beds are typical Mexico. The pillows a bit hard, but after the day on the quiet, large and clean beach, or lounging by the clean pool with the swim up bar, you sleep! All rooms have at least a partial ocean view, thanks to the overall size of the buildings. A trick to remember..leave one of your room keys in the electricity slot just inside the door to keep you ac running. Of course, this is not very ecological, but will provide a cool room upon your return. Know that the bustling city of Cabo San Lucas is about 20 miles away and will cost a bit to get there is also essential. So take a cheap taxi, 50 pesos, to San Jose and enjoy the quaint art galleries and sidewalk bars and restaurants. You can also walk this route although it was too hot for me to do that!
I will return here and have also stayed at Posada Real in Ixtapa with similar experience, except that hotel's windows did not open and I did not have a balcony. But I had an infinity pool! So do your research, and choose this property for what it is. Nice. Friendly. Quiet. Good.
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