Sotavento Hotel & Yacht Club

Address: Blv. Kukulcan km 4 Zona Hotelera, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Blv. Kukulcan km 4 Zona Hotelera, Cancun, is near Museo del INAH, El Ray, Mundo Maya Live, Nautilus Diving & Training Center, and Avenida Tulum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cancun

    Day 47

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 19, 2015

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    ... Higgins posted that video on the Facebook in which he posed as a giggalo and then showed his knob in the closing scene for the entire public to see. So funny and at the same time so demented. We couldn't miss an opportunity to share this with the public so Gilly got a video of it and I can only hope the 15second clip does it justice. There would be no repeat of the previous nights antics and we all got home safe and ...

    An unexpected trip back to the UK

    A travel blog entry by rno791 on Dec 24, 2014

    ... a lot of stuff that's outside the usual 'holiday/package tour' side of things, especially seeing Oaxaca and Zipolite in Mexico that I would never had seen if it had not been for Gemma's knowledge. So it was a MASSIVE shock to get off the lovely calm Aeromexico flight in Cancun and walk into International Departures ... OMG!!! So many English, American and Canadian tourists with huge suitcases!!! I'm ...

    ¡Vive Mexico! Yucatan Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 17, 2014

    91 photos

    ... miss. Plus, just from walking along the road by the water you could see flamingos and pelicans flying overhead. We had only planned one night and this seemed like a good move after walking through town in under 10 minutes and seeing not many people, shops, restaurants or bars. Certainly not what we expected, but we embraced the peace and quiet. It wasn't long until we were walking past a bar with anyone in it and got waved over. So after sharing a few 40's of Sol we had made friends ...

    The calm before the storm

    A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 01, 2014

    ... of life. It was also lacking in English-sounding tourists so had a real feel of authenticity. I celebrated My arrival by buying some biscuits and Nesquik chocolate milk. I powered through until 10:30pm (I know how to party) then passed out in bed to await the next day and the start of a central American adventure! The next day began with a hearty breakfast of corn flakes, and that was about it because nothing else was on offer... But at that moment two pretty Danish ...

    Reflecting on our Central American journey

    A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jun 12, 2014

    ... real issue, but as soon as you leave these towns, cabs can literally be any car, and doesn’t mean they need to be in good working condition or anything else. One of the biggest and most amusing points of all cabs was the way in which these crazy guys actually drive. Indicating is optional and even when used only indicate the forethought that the driver may or may not make an erratic move at some future point in time - so be warned. We had to laugh at this otherwise ...