A hotel of 30 rooms located in a seaside village, the Omni Puerto Aventuras Beach Resort is ideal to have holidays with your family between two excursions to Tulum, Chichen Itza, Palancar, Xcaret and Xel-Ha.
This hotel review is a translation of the French version published on our French site Easyvoyage.com.
The hotel is located on the seafront, in the centre of Puerto Aventuras, some 19 miles from Playa del Carmen and its bus station. It takes about 1 hour to get to the airport located 51 miles away.
The Omni Puerto Aventuras Beach Resort offers comfort and quality service. Its intimate setting will make you relax with your family, your beloved partner or with friends. It lies between a beautiful beach and the marina of Puerto Aventuras. It also represents a good starting point to criss-cross the region, its Mayan ruins, ecological parks and coral reefs.
Built in 1997, the hotel consists of a single building that sprawls over 2 to 3 levels. Its small reception area, open to the outside world, is well organised, among others, around a bar, which is very nice and friendly. It leads to a swimming pool made up of two basins and spanned by bridges. The beach is 7 feet away. The sports facilities are, however, somewhat limited.
The rooms, different and extravagant, subtly marry the rustic and Mexican baroque style of the 1970s, yet slightly updated. Each room has a balcony with a Jacuzzi, a hammock and a sitting area. They overlook the sea or on the road and the marina. Individual air conditioning, satellite television, telephone with direct access for international dialling, a mini-bar, a coffeemaking machine and a safe complement the amenities in these large rooms. A soft white curtain opens onto the bathroom, where there is a shower and a hair dryer. The rooms are very clean and the room service is provided until 11 p.m.
The continental breakfast is served in the form of food boxes put in front of the door of each room. The Da Vinci restaurant serves meals a la carte for lunch and dinner. The cuisine is regional and international and the choice is wide. It costs an average of 130 pesos for a dish. The dining room, square-shaped and countryside looking, is pleasant with its bay window and terrace overlooking the sea. It is open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The beautibul beach of Puerto Aventuras stretches at the foot of the hotel. The sand is white and fine, the water is clear and the Caribbean Sea is turquoise. There is little local animation on the shore because it borders the village. Well maintained palm groves, sunshades under the roofs of palm leaves, deck chairs and bars complement the decoration. The beach is not guarded.