July 4, 2004
Upon arrival, we discovered the reservation for one of our two reserved suites did not exist. After three hours of sitting in the manager's office, I managed to secure a suite. Both suites overlooked the ocean.
The suites were very large. One of our suites was two bedrooms. It had three bathrooms. The bathrooms had HUGE showers which was the best thing about the entire resort.
The air conditioning units are in the ceiling. Large amounts of condensation collect on the units and drips onto the tile floor constantly. We kept towels in the floor to soak up the water. In the master bedroom, the unit was partially above the bed. I would be awakened at night with water dripping on my face. The first morning, my shoes, which I had left beside the bed had water in them. Both suites were damp the entire stay. After five nights, we checked out and moved to the Mayan Palace.
The living room has a sofa, two or three chairs, and a table with four chairs. The kitchen has a sink and full size refrigerator.
The pool is nice, but small. We were unable to get a chair by the pool due to limited availability. The beach in front of the resort is great. If location is important and the quality of accomodation not that important, this is a good option. However, we would not consider staying at this resort in the future.
From journal The Mayan Riviera