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73


cabins & rooms in total

The 73-room resort is divided into three different sections: Tower, Castle & Cabañas.
All rooms contain the following amenities: air conditioning, ceiling fan, private bathroom with shower, private terrace or balcony, safety box and refrigerator.

Castle section

The Castle section, The rooms are absolutely white in their minimalist style, they do have a partial ocean view from their terrace or balcony and are closest to the beach bars and restaurant of the hotel. All the rooms in the Castle have king size beds, television(cable), air Cond. system, bathroom with shower, safe deposit box, mini-refrigerators & ceiling fan. (No smoking allowed in Castle section).

Cabañas (Cabins)

The Cabañas rooms are around the pool of the hotel, they consist of 4 rooms in each building of 2 floors, the rooms are sold independently, they have the pool and tropical garden view, full of colourful flowers all year. The rooms are the largest in the hotel, all of them with 2 double beds, A/C, mini- refrigerator, safe deposit box, bathroom with shower, big shaded terraces, very colourful, quiet and pleasant rooms, TV with Cable. None of these rooms have ocean view, only pool and garden view. The beach is a minute away walking (Mexican style).


Tower rooms

The 8 rooms of Tower section that are on the ground floor, they feature a king bed, air conditioned, ceiling fan, bathroom with shower, hot & cool water, safety deposit box, minirefrigerators, TV. With Cable. (Have a partial ocean view from their shaded terrace) All new tiled floors & furniture.

8 rooms on each floor, The 2nd & 3rd Floor rooms, have one double bed and one single bed and other rooms have two dbl beds, all with A/C, mini-refrigerator, TV. With Cable, bathroom with shower, hot & cool water, safe deposit box, very colourful, fresh and pleasant rooms.(Mexican style rooms). (Have a partial/ side ocean view from their shaded Balconies).

The perfect island getaway, Isla Mujeres is rich in mayan history. Translated, the island’s name literally means “Island of Woman,” which was given after the Spaniards arrived to Isla Mujeres and found a large number of statues of woman dedicated to Ixchel, the goddess of love and fertility.

Since then, the island has been rediscovered by visitors from all over the world looking for a romantic getaway and contact with nature.

And due to its close proximity to Cancun and Rivera Maya, Isla Mujeres is also a wonderful starting point for discovering the Yucatan and its many archaeological sites.