Barrio Latino Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Barrio Latino Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Barrio Latino Hotel Playa del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Most normal people go away on holiday for a week. We came back home from holiday for a week. But then we've never proclaimed to be normal! It had been good being back, seeing new things. A new baby (care of Nat), a new car (Kevin) and a new bathroom (at my mums). But a lot was still the same, which isn't a bad thing in it's own right, and we …
'Tis hard to believe, but 'tis true: We have hit the 13 month mark since our arrival in Playa del Carmen, and 8 months since we opened SALT ROCK Grille + Cocktails. Saying that time flies would be an understatement. It feels as if we just sold Elements and moved from Las Vegas. So far it has been an amazing ride, with twists and turns, ups and downs. Wishing that family and some of our friends ...
... Godfather II. She was waiting for this moment for weeks! But after about 45 minutes of watching the movie, she fell asleep so we had to stop the movie. For five nights we were playing this game so at the end it took us five nights to finish a three hour movie!
Everybody enjoyed the movie then one scene fascinated us the most: "Fredo, why are you doing this to me!". That was the rise of Fredo, from now on we called ...
... and lay on the hammocks (Kyle really wants one, thinking of hanging it between the 2 spruce trees in the back yard, and instead of grass there, building a sand pit as grass is not working there) They day was very relaxing, and the weather was great. nothing better than laying on a hammock, swinging in the carribean wind and almost falling asleep. The afternoon was spent on the beach. We decided to go to the Italian again, as we heard this was the best a la carte at ...
... at home. We found a couple of littl e street stalls to come back to and try tacos and enchiladas for lunch some time, cheap as chips places. But for dinner... Off to our now favourite restaurant 100% natural. Pete had another Zanzibar and I had a smoothie of coconut, eggnog and mild (superb). pete had the suizitas to eat (which I had last time) and I had a salad with the smoothest tofu you have ever tasted! Again we got complimentary starters - brea dans dips, and I managed ...