Grand Hostal Playa

Avenida 20 entre calles 4 y 6, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77710, Mexico | B&B
Prices starting from $22.00

Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen

Beaches and Drinking.. New Years in Playa

A travel blog entry by nick.dickson


... went snorkelling with turtles, which were suprisingly huge, and also to cenote cristalleno for a swim and diving off the rocks The last two nights consisted of some late night drinking which culminated in me sleeping in and having to sprint down the street in the rain so I didn't miss the bus out of town. Overall playa was fun but had a very touristy feel and by the end of the week I was ready to move ...

Making friends and makin home on the Mayan Riviera

A travel blog entry by zendrik


... volleyball nets along the beach. They were very welcoming and we played for hours, teaming up against another bunch later on. Two of them, a Canadian called Laurence ( or Lorenzo, and by the way, I might just become Enrique here, or Quique for short) and his Mexican partner Karina, might become wedding video clients of mine.

Today I've been in Mexico for 4 months. I have a one year temporary residence permit/work visa, and I do think that my plan to live ...


A travel blog entry by cookcorn


... which probably explained why he was so keen to go out today.

We were trawling 4 lines baited with ghar fish and massive hooks. After 40 min two of the rods simultaneously started running line of their reels. Both skipper and mate got very busy rearranging the rods while we could see two big fish jumping out of the water. Unfortunately the lines crossed and after a few "putas" from the captain it ...

An amazing new year celebration.

A travel blog entry by monroysol


... s Beach is probably the most famous of Playa. Every new year they have some great show going on there. So if you plan to spend new year in Playa and want to rock hard (or just hear good live music) this is the place to be.

One more thing, if you plan to get drunk be sure to bring your flask and hide it in your underwear (unless you are at VIP) 'cause there's only one bar and it's packed. Beer is sold all around.


The Yucatan Peninsula

A travel blog entry by aphra


... ruins and visit some haciendas.

Haciendas are big, old estates that had Agave plantations, used to make rope in the 19th century (which I guess they made a lot of money from). Some have been restored and turned into museums and upscale hotels and some are ruins, as if they haven't been touched since 19th century. One was delightful, it was a huge piece of land with multiple crumbling buildings, it had reception room, dining rooms, a chapel, patios, overgrown ...


This B&B, located on Avenida 20 entre calles 4 y 6, Playa del Carmen, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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