Hotel Riu Palace Mexico
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Riu Palace Mexico Playa del Carmen
Could not have asked for better accomodations. Close to Playa Del Carmen shopping but secluded enough to feel like you are a world away from it all. Staff was helpful and friendly and rooms were perfect. Highly recommend to families or large groups.
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... recover a little bit, because we were very tired. Afterwards we met up with Ailed again, and because she and I were hungry, we went to eat some sushi in the city in a little shop that looked like not too many tourists go there. I had some strawberry sushi, house creation. Twelve rolls for 3.50€, very good deal. And very yummy on top. Just before midnight we arrived in the house, where I quickly set up our air mattress and then we all fell to bed very ...
... wait of the sun to really go down and went jogging.
Huesos is training for the marathon so he went to jog for an hour, Luisa for 30 minutes and Cristy had a little problem (upset stomach) halfway and tough she wanted to run back to the restroom, walking was safer and she made it.
We went to have dinner to La Casa del Agua and it was hard to pick what we wanted, everything looked delicious. ...
... recovery sleep from an 'all nighter' the night before. Braden was up & out doing the same thing as us, trying to find a better place to stay then the crummy place we were in. He had just returned from looking at little beach bungalows a few streets down which he was moving into within the hour, so he insisted on showing them to me. Instantly I was relieved and wrapped as this was the perfect option for the next few days in paradise. I raced back to Stuie and told him ...
... It certainly brought back my memories of 2 years ago same time when I was in the Galapagos Islands.
Tulum is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city serving as a major port for Cobá. The ruins are situated on 12-meter / 39 ft tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in ...
... warm, so we tried this next. What fun! Now that we were wet, it was time to try out the "cave swim" activity. For this, you walk quite a ways into the cenote, and after donning a life vest, you venture into a stream that is running through the caverns. Water temp was about 75, and it was really interesting to swim through the cavern. I assumed that the water must be chlorinated because it was so clean, but we saw plenty of little fish ...