Omni Puerto Aventuras Hotel Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOmni Puerto Aventuras Hotel Beach Resort
We stayed here off of a groupon and have not been disappointed! The property is great! nice rooms, amazing showers, and a beautiful, clean beach. The service has been outstanding. Everyone is more than friendly and goes above and beyond. We've been eating at the restaurant and bar on a daily basis- the prices are reasonable and the food is always fresh. I would recommend this to anyone. Far better service and amenities than you could get in the US for a price like this.
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... hot tubs. As it approached departure time we decided to head back to our room, we ordered tea for 2 from room service, something we haven't done before. We usually make our own and carry it down from the upper decks - some of it usually survives and it's slightly warm when we finally get back. The room service way was brilliant, we then sat looking out to the island from our balcony at the back of the ship and watched the sunset. I think it was one of the ...
... again!) as it began to rain about 15 minutes after we had left the hostel. We found shelter in a gas station, but my flip-flops broke from the rain and I was just standing there with no shoes ;) So Romana went back to the hostel to bring me another pair of shoes and I stayed at the gas station, listening to the men working there and their flirting attempts :-) By the time she got back, it cleared up a bit and we could continue our walk to the ruins.
The ruins themselves (59 ...
... and said he had seen dozens if turtles however perhaps they were having a holiday the day we went because there were only a couple around. Justin managed to see one and Matisse captured it on his camera which was very cool! We had dinner and drinks with Sian (from Antigua) on our final night and tried to go to a full moon party but refused to pay the 200 pesos entry. We settled for a couple of drinks in a nearby bar instead. Sad to leave Tulum but next stop Isla ...
... get to Playa. For all the stands in this god forsaken place we couldn't find what we wanted and had to buy fake pringles. Just because it comes in a tube doesn't mean its the same. We make due. This is third world. Well it's third world until you hit the Mayakoba anyway. "Well that's a strange sound says our fearless driver".. "Nah, that's just the wind we said" .. I turned to Sue and said, "the trees aren't moving - I don't think it's windy".. nevermind we have the Cure ...
... street food whenever possible. Though these are cheaper and where the locals eat (and so in my opinion, more interesting) they are often without menus. So I point and don't know what I'm eating.
Day One was a type of hot baguette filled with shredded meat, salad and avocado. Day Two 1/2 was enchiladas: shredded chicken in rolled up tortillas, covered with tomato sauce and a few extras. Day Two 2/2 was tamales ('smooth pasties', remember) with fillings of ...