Hotel Ojo de Agua
AddressSuper Manzana 2, Manzana 2, Lote 16 Puerto MorelosSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Offers 36 rooms on a nice stretch of beach. You can get a 'standard' room for M$800, but it's well worth a few hundred pesos more for the 'deluxe,' which affords an ocean view. The 'studio' suite, which sleeps five, is good value for families. You'll find the hotel about three blocks north of the plaza.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Ojo de Agua and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Puerto Morelos.
Description provided by property
Situated only 50 metres from the beach, the Ojo del Agua Hotel offers guests free Wi-Fi in public areas, an on-site diving and snorkeling store and massage service.
The hotel’s air-conditioned Double Rooms feature cable TV, a balcony, a safety deposit box and a private bathroom with a toilet and shower. Some rooms also feature Wi-Fi.
Guests can enjoy local food at the Ojo de Agua Hotel’s on-site restaurant or try any of the other culinary options in Puerto Morelos, with many eateries located within 500 metres of the hotel.
The hotel is situated less than 1 km from an artisanal market, and the Botanical Garden of the Mayan Riviera is 4 km from the property.
The El Meco archaeological site in Cancun is a 40-minute drive from the hotel. The popular island destination of Isla Mujeres is a 50-minute drive.
The Cancun International Airport is only 18 km away from the hotel.
Services & facilities
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
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