The Royal Haciendas
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
Photos of The Royal Haciendas
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews The Royal Haciendas Playa del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... incredibly fortunate I am to have experienced this stunning hotel. At the pool I get a towel and am offered a chair with an ice bucket with water in it and an umbrella. Bliss. Jess is sitting further away and soon i'm joined by Sabrina and Kath. We all spend some time between the pool and sun-backing and one at a time head off to finish packing. At some point Nathan comes down and gives me a new key to the room that they've ...
... aid so lag behind the others. They have set up cocktails under lights in the organic garden and there is enough food to feed at least 30 people. Given we are going to dinner at the Banyon tree after this it is quite extravagant. They have gone to great lengths to show case their culinary and bar tending skills which are both impressive.
Soon it is time to go to the Banyon tree - by boat! We are taken through the Mangroves in the dark and really get to see ...
... was really cool and everyone here was pretty much Australian funnily enough. It was good as we all bought some groceries and had a big BBQ and met each other. The next day we organised to go on a whale shark tour for $125 US each. We left the hostel nice and early at 5:40am and met our guide who took us in a van with other to our spot. We had to hire a wetsuit and we headed out an hour out to sea ...
... the night away comparing journeys & stories about our adventures through Central America & our lives back home. Caye caulker was hardly a party town. Come 10pm the restaurants were closing up and the few bars in town were quiet and soon to be closed also. It was so strange. The entire island accommodation was full yet where were all the people? It was like the island was just so relaxed and chilled out and that everyone was hanging in a hammock too lazy to get up ...
Joselo spontaneously invited me to his friends birthday party 15 minutes before it was supposed to start. I decided to go, and I'm glad I did. It's way too easy to get stuck in the work bubble and not really get to know any locals. This was the first time I did something with a lot of people where none of them were my colleagues. We went to a restaurant, Pinola, where the birthday boy and two others were waiting. We were late, ...