Hotel Puesta del Sol
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Puesta del Sol Melaque
Our stay at Puesta Del Sol was Great. The two double bed room with kitchette was right over the pool and the beach was beyound. Nothing like the sound of the ocean for a good nights sleep. We walked down the beach for a nice breakfast at a large thatch palapa. Bloody Marys and Huevos Rancheros. Can't beat that. Room was clean and loved having the refrigerator for juices. There was a two burner cook top but no utinsels so I guess people know to bring their own. Sink and drainer was also out on the small but very functional balcony. Bar stools lined the tiny bar but made a great place for the computer. Only one problem. No three pronged outlets so if you go and have this on your computer bring an adapter. Close to everything. No car needed here.
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