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Giant indoor sandbox with a swing, beach palapa with hammocks, make-your-own breakfast, and bicycles and snorkel gear to borrow. Helpful staff. I biked back and forth to town on my own. The beach wasn’t great for swimming and snorkeling due to rocks - though I...More
Amazing little Inn! My son, age 13, and I stayed here for 3 nights and absolutely loved it. Quiet laid back atmosphere that lends itself to interacting with other travelers. We stopped at the super market before arriving and purchased food to bring to hotel...nice...More
My family (husband, 20-year-old son and I) just returned from staying two nights in the Junior Suite at Rancho Sak-Ol and we couldn't have been happier with our experience. Veronica, Evelyn and the rest of the staff were very accommodating and friendly and made sure...More
We returned for the 3rd time to Puerto Morelos seeking rest and relaxation and this turned out to be the perfect spot. It’s not for everyone, so don’t come here if you need the amenities one would find at a fancy larger resort....no TV, no...More
No what I was expecting at all.. All very odd,
No bar, well there is but NOT open.. You have to get drinks from town.. 45+ minutes by 2 unmade n Unlit roads...then along highway, unlit. Open jungle both sides..
You have access to some...More
Response from SakolPuertoMorelos | Property representative |
Thanks for your question. Guests typically head into town for meals or buy ingredients (fresh produce from the small shops, fresh fish at the fishermen's co-op, a trip the Chedraui supermarket on the highway for a full... More
Thanks for your question. Guests typically head into town for meals or buy ingredients (fresh produce from the small shops, fresh fish at the fishermen's co-op, a trip the Chedraui supermarket on the highway for a full supermarket, etc.) and prepare meals in the communal kitchen. We include the use of our bikes (subject to availability) in our rates so guests can get to town more easily (it's about a 5-10 minute ride by bike). Taxis are also available to the center town for about 50-60 pesos each way.