• Fodor’s Review:

    An elegant entrance, Spanish-tile floors, and hand-tooled furniture from Guadalajara greet you at this classy inn. Guest rooms have sitting areas and terraces and are filled with dark hardwood furnishings and interesting local crafts. The service is personal and gracious. Breakfast is laid out in the garden each day. Rooms with garden views tend to be quieter than those overlooking La Quinta Avenida. The staff can book excursions to Coba, Tulum, Xcaret, Chichen Itza, and Xel-Ha.

  • Frommer´s

    In the middle of Playa, there isn’t a more comfortable or more attractive place to stay than this small hotel on Quinta Avenida. The rooms offer character, good looks, and polish. There are a few standard rooms, which are midsize and come with a queen-size or a double bed. Deluxe rooms are large and come with a king-size bed and small fridge. Junior suites come with two doubles. Bathrooms are well designed and have good showers. Light sleepers should opt for a room facing the garden. On my last stay, I took a room facing the street with double-glazed glass doors that opened to a balcony. I enjoyed looking out over Quinta Avenida, and, with the doors shut, the noise was not bothersome. Read more

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