Hotel All Riviera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel All Riviera Playa del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
Today was my first proper day in Playa Del Carmen! I was so excited to get out and about and explore this lovely looking place! First thing i did in the morning was go to the hotel restaurant for the complimentary buffet breakfast! It was fabulous!.
After about an hour and a half we headed back to the land to carry our tour on too the Maya Ruins, the ruins were quite fascinating to see how old they were and hear all of the different ...
One of strangest yet most exhilarating feelings when travelling is the 'unknown'. Well it is for me anyway!! I love the excitement and the process of finding your way and all the bumps and humps that come with it. I love when you finally arrive, it's like a personal achievement that somehow through the jungle of language barriers, backwards systems, incorrect maps & opposing information you finally land where you were suppose to and when we do I'm like "hell yeah we did ...
Right folks - first day in Playa del Carmen, it's 8am and it is HOT! Better turn on the air con.
I have not met the tour yet as I arrived late yesterday! Bit of advice for anyone coming from cancun airport to Playa, private taxi shuttle is totally worth it $34!
Right no dilly dally, let's get this party started!!!
Having a nice breakfast in a cafe in playa del Carmen after a long ...
... were great corals with moray eels, King crabs, and angelfish. Sure the reefs were very tiny, but it was fun, and a unique experience. Lucky me, I had to take Chucho's alternate air source again. The gauge for my tank was moving up and down when I was breathing (a real problem) and I could tell it was much lower than what it was reading. Still, we managed to dive for 55 minutes. When we surfaced, a Mexican guy came up to us and was yelling at me. He ...
... ingredients (which may or may not have been the Charlotte instigator). The drink was called a mojito but there was never actually any rum in it. Confusing. Not to worry we drank enough tequila to forget. The Rosewood Mayakoba was indeed the posh stop of the trip although it was also the most mellow. Mode of transportation was by golf carts, boat or stolen bicycles after midnight when golf carts went scarce. The Mayakoba was the type of place where ...