Tropical Escape 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?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Tropical Escape Hotel Playa del Carmen
Travel Blogs from Playa del Carmen
... I probably wouldn’t have explored trade-in values!!). Early on in our Mexican adventure, her teeth (or her fillings at least) started popping out. And presumably because she struggled to keep teeth from flying out of her head, it triggered a pinched nerve in her neck which somehow led her to blow her knee out which in turn set off her sciatica (an exponential pain progression apparently). My Princess had turned into a female Quasimodo almost overnight dragging her leg behind ...
... able to view the frescos as they had been covered to protect the ancient paintings from exposure to the environment. We were sad to not see the frescos, but understood the value in protecting them. On the corner of the Temple was a large mask of a Mayan Ruler that was carved on the very corner of the building to enhance the 3D effect of the carving.
We journey on passed these temples to their side which contained a gradual rising trail that took us to the cliffs ...
Today was my last day in Mexico. Last chance for sightseeing, activities and travel. So of course I did... not a whole lot. To be honest, if I could've chosen to have my extra day in Mexico City at the start of the trip instead of here in Playa del Carmen, I would have surely done so. But, this is how the schedule worked out, so I resolved to stay in vacation mode as long as possible.
I slept in and ...
... watching the aerobics class happening in the pool. When that ended I got one more mojito and we walked along the beach for a bit before deciding to cool off in the pool. We put on our sunscreen and layed out our towels and hopped in the perfect water. It was a little cooler but I dunked myself right in. Bryce laughed at me because he says I usually torture myself by slowly getting in the water until I get used to it before getting in all the way. But this ...
... tour from this funny Mexican man in his little autocart. It was sooo hot and he was going pretty fast in his car! We followed from shaded area to shaded area. Chichen Itza was one of the largest cities built by the Mayan people around 600AD but its architectural style was influenced by Mexican style (example were snake heads, eagles..). The main feature of Chichen Itza is El Castillo (aka temple of Kukulkan) which was named ...