x The average starting price for a place to stay in Playa del Carmen is £75 per night.
Calle 10 Norte Bis, entre Av. 10 y Av. 15Excellent 92%
Calle 4 nte. between 20 y 25 Av. Col. CentroExcellent 92%
r5dogs Wonderful budget place to stay! Very clean and well kept. The hosts were very gracious and helpful. The neighborhood was safe to be in after dark. The hotel is just far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the main Avenida. I've travelled far and wide in Mexio and this hotel is a gem. I wish the owners well and thank them for their hospitality. Thank you, Leslie 1/20/10 - 1/26/10
Calle 6, entre Avenida 15 & Avenida 20Excellent 91%
Coral Negro 249 Playacar Fase 1Excellent 91%
Calle 8 Norte entre 5a Av y la PlayaExcellent 90%
Calle 20 entre 25 y 30 No. Ext. 83 No. Int. 2.Excellent 90%
meledan I stayed for 3 nights in here, the bedroom is very clean and services are always available. There's no phone line, beds are not very comfortable and sheets were not as soft as regular hotels have. Great service in the breakfast and it has an elevator despite it is only 3 floor height. It was worthy for the money I paid
25 Avenida Norte Mz 97 Lt 01 S/N entre Av. 12 Norte y 12 Bis Col.CenExcellent 90%
Avenida 10 North, between Calle 42 and 44 MZ. 144 L 13, Col. Zazil HaExcellent 90%
Av. 10 norte entre calle 20 y 22 Quintana RooAwesome 89%
annacp We stayed overnight in order to catch a flight from Cancun the next day, so weren't really having a vacation, but we found the hotel great. Very friendly service, which was great. The bed was super comfortable and considering Playa del Carmen is a pretty expensive place I thought it was a good price for a lovely little hotel. Only possible disadvantage for us was we couldn't have walked between the hotel and the bus terminal with all our luggage, we had to catch a taxi (it is about 5 blocks from the main bus terminal). Backpackers could walk it and anyway the taxi was only about $3- $5.
Calle 8 Entre 5 y ave 10Awesome 88%
sherrymcc The property is new and tastefully done with lots of counter space for preparing food, good sized lockers, and a really nice lounge area on top of the building. And it is only a block and a half to the beach! They also provide free internet service (two machines) and wifi. As with any new business there are growing pains. The only problems I experienced were faulty air conditioning and extremely loud music from a bar below the hostel. The bar situation was handled as soon as it was brought to the attention of one of the owners of the hostel. I don't know about the air conditioning as I changed to a different room. There are a variety of rooms to choose from depending on your budget. I stayed in a 6 bed female dorm for a few nights and then switched to a 6 bed mixed dorm with a bathroom for the rest of my stay. I would have prefered the upstairs 6 bed with bathroom to be a same-sex dorm because of the opaque and clear glass wall and door, and the open design of the shower wall. Other females I spoke with felt the same way. All and all my experience at Hostel Rio was very satisfying. I will definitely return to the Rio the next time i am in PDC. Suggestions: 1. Add toasters and kettles to each 'kitchen'. 2. Put a notice on the refridgerator for everyone to label their food with name, room-bed, and check-out date so everyone knows what can be tossed or labeled as "free food". 3. Also let everyone know that the fridge will be cleaned every week (say on a tuesday) and that unlabelled food will be tossed or donated to "free" if appropriate. Good job to the management and staff at Hostel Rio!!!
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