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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmar Inn B&B Puerto Morelos
Amar Inn is family run by brothers Luis and Miguel with rooms and cabanas set in a small but beautifully kept garden, where you may catch a glimpse of an iguana. We climbed a rickety looking wooden spiral staircase to the green room, a large and airy room with a sea view from one window. We found the bed comfortable and the hot water plentiful. There was AC and a fan but we didn't need either, the breeze from the sea was sufficient, and we had clean towels daily, fashioned into swans and fans.
We've had wonderful breakfasts here including a different local dish each day. The first morning we saw people with what looked like stuffed pancakes in chocolate sauce, so were surprised to find they were tacos filled with chicken or cheese with the famous Mexican mole sauce containing bitter chocolate - delicious and completely savoury. Other days we had a crispy tortilla topped with bean paste, ham and spicy fried potatoes, squash and corn in tomato sauce with black beans and tortilla crisps with green chile.
We had a great stay, and would return, but it has a friendly rustic feel is not for those who are expecting luxury.
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