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Beach front hotelPlaya del Carmen

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About Mimi del MarA little Hotel at the Heart of Playa

Little Beach Front Hotel in Playa del Carmen Mexico, convenient location in the downtown area, within walking distance from everything. One block away from our very picturesque 5th avenue, where you can find a variety of stores from Mexican handcrafts, silver, to perfumes and diamonds. Restaurants with different tasty food from Mexican to Italian, French and much, much more...

Playa del Carmen is located in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico, Just in middle of the Riviera Maya. Scooting around Playa Del Carmen to find a good place to eat lunch or take a dip, or better still, for a dip and then lunch, is a grand way to get to know it. The town's main thoroughfare is known as Quinta Avenida, or Fifth Avenue.

There are wide ranges of boutiques along La Quinta Avenida which feature an eclectic mix of handicrafts from all over Mexico and Central America. 

The specialty shops feature masks, embroidered or batik blouses, dresses, and silver, shell and amber jewelry. Apart from a few beach-side cafés, Fifth Avenue is the town's restaurant row, with a dozen of restaurants, breakfast nooks and cafés to choose from. It's fun to stroll down Quinta's more than fifteen blocks and check out where to dine.


How to get to Playa del CarmenYou can drive or take the bus

Though buses run from Playa to Cancun throughout the day, an afternoon in Playa makes some visitors want to spend the night: for which there are dozens hotels to choose from. To get to Playa Del Carmen take highway 307 south for 72 km; or take one of the buses which have regular service to Playa Del Carmen.


Amazing Tours We have a variety of Tours

There are many great activities to do and sights to see in the “Mayan Riviera” which stretches from the top of the Yucatan Peninsula to the Belize/Mexico border. No matter what you like to do from Scuba Diving and Snorkeling to Deep Sea Fishing to swimming with the Whale Sharks to visiting the Mayan Ruins (Chitzen Itza Ruins are great during Spring Equinox in late March). There are small fishing villages to explore, little out of the way islands to find and we can help you plan your trip.

Xcaret, Xel-ha, Xplor


Visit Xcaret, Xel-Há and Xplor and enjoy the best activities and attractions. Live unforgettable experiences such as swim with dolphins, snorkeling, zip lining over the jungle, underground rivers swim, performances of the most representative traditions and culture of Mexico.

Chichenitza


Chichen-Itza, now including one of the new 7 wonders of the world; the Kukulkan Pyramid, is located in the Peninsula of Yucatan. The most famous, spectacular, and, consequently, most frequently visited of Mexico’s Mayan sites, the magnificent metropolis of Chichén Itzá was the principal ceremonial center of the Yucatán.

Cozumel


Here is a suggested list of things to do in Cozumel: Fishing Excursions, Certified Scuba Diving Tours – Beginners, Open Water, Wreck, Cave, Cenote, Snorkeling Tours, Atlantis Submarine Tours, Swim with Dolphin Tours, Rock Climbing – 6 custom made climbing towers, Whale Shark Tours – July to September, Horseback Riding

Scuba Diving