ClubHotel Riu Tequila
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsClubHotel Riu Tequila Playa del Carmen
The Riu Resorts had a lot to offer at a reasonable price. The Riu Tequila is set back from the beach so the price was more affordable than the beach resorts but the Tequila was only a leisurely ten minute walk from the beautiful white sand beaches and activities and included access to it's sister resorts on the beach, including food and swimming pools. The rooms were nice, the resorts offered entertainment and activities, it was a very pleasant stay and I would recommend the Riu Resorts and I would definitely stay there again.
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My boyfriend and I took advantage of a great all-inclusive Sunwing Vacations had going on for the end of January/beg of February 2015. We stayed at a fabulous resort (Riu Tequila) which is considered having one of the nicest reception areas in the Playa Del Carmen area, and this consideration is not wrong; it was beautiful!
We paid just …
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we stopped for a traditional Mayan lunch of rice, black beans and some meats, which ...
... lots of fun and nightclubs and bars for the revellers.
Took a local ferry over to the island of Cozumel 45 min. A bit of a bumpy ride and one of the crew had to hand out paper bags, but we were fine. The musicians on board kept us entretained with lively music, good rhythm and beat. A lot of passengers moving their hands, heads and bodies to the beat
Huge cruise ships dock here for ...
... trees. We spent the morning walking around and sweating through our t-shirts. Next to the main ruin are steps which leads down to the white sandy beach. The whole place was amazing to see. Afterwards we stopped off in Tulum, a small town of only 18,000 people, to have lunch with the group. We had tacos and ceviche again which cost about 300 pesos a lot cheaper than the more touristy place of Playa Del ...
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