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Riviera Maya Hotels

El Faisán y El Venado

  • Av. Benito Juárez, Lote 781
  • Felipe Carrillo Puerto
  • Practical Base


  • Best place to stay in town
  • Central location
  • Strong a/c


  • Basic rooms
  • Staff speaks little English
  • Wi-Fi in common areas only
  • Crowing roosters in the morning

Updated 04/16/2013

Fodor's Review

If you absolutely need a place to stay between Riviera Maya and the beaches of Costa Maya, then this simple three-story hotel, with rustic rooms accommodating up to three people (one room sleeps five), is really your only remotely acceptable option between the Riviera Maya and the Costa Maya. Rooms are bright and clean, but basic and dated with orange and white decor. The restaurant ($) does a brisk business with locals who come for good Yucatecan specialties like poc

chuc (pork marinated in sour-orange sauce), bistec a la yucateca (Yucatecan-style steak), and pollo pibil. The mole also comes recommended.

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Hotel Information


Av. Benito Juárez, Lote 781, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo, 77200, Mexico


983-834–0702; 983-834–0043

Hotel Details:

  • 37 rooms
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 04/16/2013

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