Hotel Riu Palace Mexico
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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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