Quinta Margarita Suites & Art Gallery

Calle 32 nte, num 124, mza 64, Fraccionamiento Xaman-Ha entre 5ta y 10a Av.lote 12, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, 77710, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B, located on Calle 32 nte, num 124, mza 64, Fraccionamiento Xaman-Ha entre 5ta y 10a Av.lote 12, Playa del Carmen, is near The Jungle Place, Veronica's Massage, Mexico Blue Dream, and Coco Cabana.
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Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 16, 2014

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... into the bin so I could make room for the new collection. The rest of the afternoon was fabulous, I put on my new bikinis and headed straight to the rooftop. We sat in the sun, lapping it up reading mags, chatting and sipping on icy cold rose. Soon the time had come, Jess had always said way before any of us had left for the trip that when we got to the penthouse, she would get out her scissors and give Stuie and Stephie haircuts. So it began!! An afternoon of ...

Hotel Hacienda del Caribe

A travel blog entry by ejgoss on Nov 11, 2013

... got up super early and went to Cozumel, an island about 30min away from Playa by ferry. We spent the morning exploring the town and the afternoon diving! We went with deep blue, which was a company suggested by our lonely planet book. They were really good, had great equipment and were nice people. It cost M$2440 for the both of us and included 2 dives and all the gear. First we went to the Santa Rosa wall, this was about a 25m dive but the reef probably ...

Beach time

A travel blog entry by jeremyholden on Nov 19, 2012

2 comments, 8 photos

As I write this I am on the bus leaving Playa del Carmen, a charming beach town about an hour south on Cancun. The pedestrianised area by the beach manages to be very touristy without being tacky, unlike Cancun, which makes the atmosphere much more enjoyable to soak up.

The last few days have been very relaxed. After arriving at the hostel on Saturday, I spent the afternoon lazing about in the hostel courtyard meeting the other ...

Carribean Beach Holiday

A travel blog entry by p2cezz on Jun 29, 2012

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... of sunscreen).

The most amazing day that I have here was when I visited Tulum and Coba, both of which are ancient Maya cities. Tulum is on the coast, and I understand it was an important port which was built built with a wall around 3 sides (about 7 m thick), except of the beach side which has high cliffs of about 15m. It is believe that Tulum was strategically placed as a port where merchants could come in through the break ...

Summary of Our Time at Secrets Maroma!

A travel blog entry by lindseylyons on May 13, 2012

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... of the night stuff; by the end of the day we were exhausted and it was all we could do to drag ourselves out to dinner!

Speaking of the food, it was great! Honestly, my favorite food was the set up by the pool around 1:00 pm! They had a great little buffett going on, and I loved all of the food there! We usually like to try a lot of different types of food, but I found myself going back there a lot! :) We ate at the World Cafe, Hibachi Grill, and the ...