El Pueblito Beach Hotel

Boulevard Kukulcan Km 17.5, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico
(3 star hotel)
#74
Rank 74 of 217 hotels
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Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Don't Eat Here?

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 6, 2006

Well when we got there it was fine, someone showed us to our room and we fell asleep duh!! Our room was right on the beach front so you could here the waves (you were just waiting for a big one to swallow you up!) There are about 10 pools in the place and a water slide. The pool bar was ok although plastic cups? lowered the standard a bit! There were three or more restaurants (we went all inclusive). The A la carte restaurant is not applicable for all inclusive but was the nicest and relatively cheap! During the day there were activities in the pool! Some water aerobics were a bit explicit and about six people collapsed at the time of my stay! All were 18 year old drunk, stoned Americans who went down for summer 'vacation' as they call it! The legal age is 18 in Mexico, 21 in America! Towards the end of our stay it got a bit boring and we all came down with food poisoning....lay in bed for two weeks when we got home! It could have been a isolated incident but I have my doubts about the cleanliness!

Unique Quality: RIGHT BESIDE THE BEACH AND THE POOLS WERE NEVER PACKED! CARIBBEAN CAN BE ROUGH AT TIME!

Directions: Quite a bit outside Cancun!

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Back to Basics

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 21, 2005

I really liked the style of this hotel.

It is one of the oldest hotels in Cancun so retains the features of only being 3 storeys high with a lovely entrance lobby and a real local feel to it.

The rooms were spacious and clean with full air-conditioning.

Food was slightly limited as most 3-4* all inclusive hotels are, but there are plenty of restuarants in Cancun so going hungry was not a problem.

Unique Quality: Swim up bar and the friendliness of the staff definately makes this a lovely hotel.

Is on the beach side rather then the lagoon side which is a bonus.

Evening entertainment was interesting, but made us laugh.

Don't expect to get drunk. Not only is the alcohol watered down when possible, but they don't like to give the women too big a measure in their drinks!

One final tip.....STAY AWAY FROM THE LOCAL WATER, ICE AND SALADS WASHED IN LOCAL WATER AT ALL COSTS!

Real Mexican Atmosphere

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 13, 2004

The El Pueblito was certainly the most Mexican looking of all the resorts in Cancun, it had a real local ambience. I can't really say anything terribly bad about this place. I stayed there with 4 other friends in March of 2002. The rooms were fairly nice, very Spanish looking. The bathrooms were a good size. We had a pretty decent view. I do have to say that the staff was always very friendly, especially Jose the bartender. The staff was pretty accomodating - and tried their best to make your stay comfortable.
It was by no means a 4 star hotel, the amenities and the hotel itself were clearly dated and could use some remodeling, but again....they were absolutely up to par and comfortable.
The only thing I could complain about was the lack of choices as far as restaurants and bars. I did enjoy most of the buffet food, the pool bar was alright. And there were only 2 bars, that weren't open that late and the drinks were pretty watered down. But we weren't really concerned since we went out alot. Overall, i would definitely recommend this hotel for someone on a tight budget...it had everything you needed. I'm going back at the end of Jul 2004 and this time i'm trying the Oasis Cancun....hope its at least as good!!!

Unique Quality: Great, huge interconnecting pools!!!!!
The room view we had wasn't the greatest, but i'm sure an ocean view would be incredible.
The facilities were a little dated, but always clean and maintained as well as possible
The beach at this hotel wasn't the best....very small.

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Address: Boulevard Kukulcan Km 17.5, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico

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