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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsAllegro Playacar Playa del Carmen
This is a very fancy hotel, definitely worth the expensive cost. The rooms are spacious and there are lots of great facilities. The complementary buffet breakfast is delicious and the staff are very friendly.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Allegro Playacar Playa del Carmen
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... and it just seems better than Tulum. Sandier for one thing. The width of the beach varies depending on whether there is a swanky hotel encroaching on it. All beaches in Mexico are public, but it doesn't stop the places trying to carve out a little bit of it for themselves.
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... fries (trying to get her to gain some weight and she likes them). Back at the nearby grocery stores, we bought some more pop tarts. When leaving, I managed to scrape the front fender of the car on an oddly placed pole in the parking garage. Luckily it mostly hit a rubber protector, but still it's going to take some effort to avoid the rental ...
... so we bought it for novelty value, as horrible as the cheap liquor tasted! This was all a bit too much of a tourist trap for us but further off the strip we did find a rough diamond, a Mexican secret. Alux is a restaurant that is built deep into an underground cave, you would walk past it in the street if you did not know it existed. Once we arrived we were lead down the cave steps lined with candles, through the lobby dominated by a waterfall cascading through the ...
... aboard Conquest at 1:00pm, I climbed the eleven floors from the gangway to Lido deck and gulped down a burrito while I sat next to a shirtless man who, while flaunting the rules of civility regarding attire, regaled his luncheon companions with stories of a wayward son who has taken up with an undesirable female.
After all of this, I am in need of rest before my dinner tonight, the first with companions. There is no word on our sick shipmate nor, I suspect, will there ...