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Iberostar Paraiso Lindo

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Our Opinion

A part of the large Iberostar complex, the Iberostar Paraiso Lindo is an excellent 4 1/2 star hotel with large pools and a great beach with tons of palapas. Gourmet food and a huge 27,000 sq. ft. spa. The resort offers free shuttles as well. Great for couples, singles and families who want lots of amenities.


Overview

Expect top quality Iberostar service at this simply elegant resort, surrounded by an enchanting, beautiful Caribbean beach. The Iberostar Lindo boasts all the excitement & fun of having a wave pool and lazy river ride right at the hotel! Five air-conditioned specialty restaurants and a free 'dine around' program at the sister Iberostar Paraiso del Mar and Paraiso Beach hotels will tempt you to indulge in several options of gourmet dining.

Location: Directly on the beach, 15 minutes from Playa del Carmen, 30 minutes from the airport.


Highlights
  • Great pools with a lazy river, splash park and wave pools
  • Lots for the kids to do with supervised activities and games, a teen club, mini-disco, carousel and water park
  • White-sand beach with a range of watersports
  • Use of the amenities at the other Iberostar Paraiso Playa resorts
  • Many dining options
  • Awarded TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence



tripadvisor Traveler Reviews
  • Dusty4s4Too : Toronto, Canada
Second time not as good as the first

This was our second visit to this complex, last year we stayed at the Del Mar. This time I brought my daughter (and her husband) and grand children to the Lindo to enjoy the water park. (My son and his wife would not attend because they are pregnant, and did not want to risk being exposed to zika.The resort is beautiful, and everything exceeded our expectations except for a few things... those few things in MHO are training issues. I have three issues.... My first issue was with the maid service. Some days after the maid had attended our room, we were missing toilet paper, and kleenex, and one day she did not restock the mini bar (even though I left the empty bottles above the minibar on the counter). I would suggest that the maids use a check list to ensure that they provide the same service each day. When I called down to the concierge for assistance, the issue was addressed very quickly and to my satisfaction, with the exception that they brought warm beer.... Another issue was the difference in the rules for the wave pool, depending on who was running the wave machine. When we arrived, water toys were allowed in the wave pool when it was running... but by mid week, the new security guard just kept blowing his whistle telling all the little ones not to use the inflatables in the wave pool. The rules should be consistently enforced, so that everyone is on the same page.My final issue has to do with getting boarding passes for the plane. My concierge sent me to the business centre, and I spent 90 minutes trying to get my boarding passes sent to the concierge in our building, and on the third time, I went to the front desk, and the staff there was able to print them out in less than 5 minutes. This is something that should be addressed....either give the concierge access to the airlines web sites, or train the concierge to tell the client to go to the front desk.Everything else was to our satisfaction... food variety was great and tasted good, service at the food outlets was excellent. Almost all of the time we were greeted with an OLA from the staff when we passed them. Very few of the staff missed an opportunity to impress us. The resort is top notch, and we will definitely be visiting again in the coming years.

  • Leslie P :
Great week away with a few little negatives

Here's my review.....I stayed in room 5276 and the 52 and 53 buildings are in great locations near the beach and pool.Room - Here is where I had a few negative feelings. Room could definitely use upgrading. Very few outlets and we had one that was totally not working. I had to call for them to come and at first they said they fixed the few issues we had but obviously no one did. Our concierge took care of it immediately after I called and was upset....bathroom is fine and our room had a nice large walk in shower. definitely good storage space and shelving.Food - the buffet was fine. The buffet by the pool for breakfast and lunch is not as extensive as the large one by the reception area. But it was fine and we never had to wait long for anything. Our experiences at all the restaurants for dinner were excellent. We went to all of them except the Italian Restaurant. The food at the Mexican restaurant was the only one that was just fair. French, Cajun, Steakhouse and Hibochi were all great.....service everywhere was attentive and friendly.Pool Pool was fine- very pretty just a little cold but they had loads of activities if that is what you were looking for. They only give you one thin towel so I would probably bring my own as well. The lazy river was pathetic...it hardly moved and had one place where it had a waterfall that you might possibly get wet....actually the water was freezing.Beach - the water was great and clean. Some areas do have rocks and several days the water was somewhat rough. Plenty of huts and beach chairs for all. my only complaint were the seagulls going in for the food. Its great that they have a food bar on the beach but thats what happens with food. They did have servers all over bringing drinks....people were trying to sell hats, bags, silver jewelry but no one really bothered you.Hope this info helped. Everyone at the resort really was nice and friendly. Bartenders were fun and we had a great time.

  • Jake2477 : Wadsworth, Ohio
had a wonderful time

traveling with the family which included my 17 mt old grandson was a great experience. Someone wrote that they lost wt-- well i gained it secondary to all the great food!!Also-- i used USA money for tips-- did not have to change anything to pesos. I love to walk the grounds. The little "shopping " area had a great play area for our little one to run around- love that they had a padded floor. Family enjoyed the foods there too.Beach was kept clean and organized-- Had fun around the pools-- Charlie and the rest of the Star gang kept our grandson entertained. All the activities around the pool were fun to participate in or watch. The staff was awesome -- always saying hello and smiling to the people. Love all the cute towel creatures the maids make! My birthday fell on our vacation so the staff made that special for me too-- the champagne in the fridge and the towels made to look like a birthday cake was great. One of our family members had a little accident requiring a few stitches. The staff was very kind and helpful-- the doctor on staff at the resort took out the stitches.Had only a few negatives-- Alex who was trying to sell us Iberostar Club membership was rude to his sales team mate Jessica and got a little ticked when we refused the offer. Jessica remained professional and kind.The other thing-- we placed our towels on the beach chairs in the morning- went for a beach walk-- when we returned-- no towels!! The management said that we need to have some personal items placed on the chairs. They did give us towels but they really need to make this known-- perhaps have that written on the towel cards. It all worked out and we did not have to pay anything.The last thing-- what ever the smell in the main lobby is is terrible!! Not sure if it was a fragrance or a cleaner.In summary-- we were very pleased and had a great time.We were there from Dec 31- Jan 14!

  • Suzy F : Arlington Heights, Illinois, United States
More Disappointed Than Anything (see my notes on the BATS)!

GOOD/BAD & UGLY: I am starting with the bad and ugly. I would have rated higher but the bats and horrible food brought down the overall score.The WORST part of our trip were due to a family of BATS that decided to sleep on our balcony. We had a beautiful balcony with a great view of the pools but unfortunately, we could never sit out on it to enjoy. It totally freaked me out and set the tone for the week. Yes, we are in the jungle (as I was told by one concierge) and there are lots of bats but I didn't pay for the jungle bat experience! They sleep during the day and hang upside down from the thatched roof. Every morning, there'd be a pile of brown, tar-like liquid (bat poop) on our balcony (also running down the walls). IT WAS DISGUSTING! And, then I saw the same brown marks inside of El Fogon on the walls while we were eating. I feel THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE ANYWHERE, especially in a restaurant. Our concierge was very nice and said they removed the bats (after we had to stay out of our room a whole day), sprayed something to keep them away then re-painted the walls on our balcony but they came back. I could hear them fluttering about at night. I hated the fact we couldn’t enjoy our beautiful big balcony. This totally turned me off and ruined my entire experience. I mentioned this to SEVERAL concierge personnel who called our room daily to sell us on attending a breakfast to sell us membership. I even asked for the GM but heard from no one. I slipped around the pool (as so did many kids and few others). Immediately, an Iberostar employee was in front of me asking me to sign a waiver that I didn’t need medical attention (at my expense) and wasn’t holding them liable for any injury. I wish I would've had more acknowledgement regarding the bats! I booked this trip 7 months in advance and was told since we booked so far in advance that we'd probably be able to get what we requested…..two rooms next to each other or adjoining. I also was specific that we wanted to be in bldgs. 51-53 on a lower floor. When we got there (Jan,2), we were put in building bldg. 55 and I pushed back and the best they could do was bldg. 54 on the 3rd floor and my teenagers were 2 rooms down. Food/Drinks: I came back from this trip and lost 4lbs! I thought the food was awful and from what I did eat, I was constantly running to the bathroom. The buffet at the Pagoda is hands down, better than the buffet at El Fogon where there always seemed to have empty bowls/platers that needed refilling, food had little seasoning/flavor but we did enjoy the creperie and coffee shop (which we didn’t even know about til Day 4). Although still not "great", I would recommend the Brazilian Steakhouse, El Museo and the Japanese Teppanyaki. The rest of the ala carte’s were not good at all and we always left hungry. The cocktails were so watered down that we'd ask for doubles just to taste the liquor! My husband and boys ordered room service one night and said the food was inedible and disgusting. Sadly, we went hungry all week except for the meal our family had in Playa Del Carmen so we had to actually leave the resort and pay for an extra meal that we enjoyed the most. I am a researcher and looked at all the reviews before booking this resort. I have 3 kids...twin boys 19 and a daughter 21. I'm glad I read the traveler suggestions or we would've been at a total loss. I learned more about the day-to-day and do's/don't from traveler reviews than I did from anyone at IberostarAlso lessons learned, I was never told that gratuities were included in our reservation! Again, the reviews came in handy as I felt compelled to tip our maid (Rosa---awesome) and wait staff that really earned it like the wait staff in the restaurants that worked their butts off! They were so appreciative when guests take the time to get to know them, where they are from, etc... My family learned so much from just communicating with the staff in the restaurants. Staff members seems to enjoy this interaction. The activities team were very nice—huge shoutout to “May” (Mayron) who asked if she could join my husband and I for breakfast and sat with us. We learned much about her, her job and every time we saw her, she made it a point to come up to us, etc.. She was the nicest person we met all week! She has a bright future Iberostar so do all you can to retain her as an employee!Pool/Beach Chairs: Yes you have to grab them as early as 8:00am. Beach was more difficult. You have to be bold and ask people “is anyone using that chair”. 50% of the time, people will give you an unoccupied chair. At one point, I’d just remove towels and used the chairs when it appeared no one had used them for over an hour. The resort and property are beautiful and very clean. At night, the pools are all lit up and it is very peaceful. Even late at night, there are guys in the pool with huge vacuums cleaning everything. The beach is beautiful, yes some rocky areas at about 5 feet deep but the waves were huge and the undertow strong. Not many people went too far out because of this. One night we walked down to the beach…not a lot of lighting but very peaceful. The Coati are adorable and a novelty that wear off after 2 days. Many people were feeding them when there were signs everywhere not to feed them!One other mention: While we were there, the chefs cooked Paella on the beach. Besides being cool to watch and yummy to eat, unless you were on the beach, you didn't even know about the Paella. Someone in a post said the paella was every Wednesday but they had it at least 3 times during the week. I found there was a complete lack of communication to guests on the daily goings on. There are areas that list the daily activities and times but would be nice to communicate these special events that aren't on the calendar. My daughter and I attempted to do yoga on the beach and no one seemed to be “in the know” on where to go on the beach. By the time we found it, we were already 15 min late so didn’t interrupt…another disappointment. What a shame. Tips/Suggestions:Golf Carts: The place is HUGE and is easy to get turned around, especially if you visit another property to eat, etc.. If you need to be somewhere and wish not to walk, any concierge is happy to hail a golf cart for you and they will come as close as possible to your building vs the front lobby. Above the pool bar/waterfall is an observation area. On Day 5, we learned there is an ice-cream cart and frozen coffee drinks up there as well! Would’ve liked to know about this since it tasted much better than what was provided at the restaurants and beach. Bring extra $$ because the ATM charge is ridiculous! For tips, make sure you stop in the airport on the way out or at the front desk at the resort and exchange your $ into pesos. I found having 20's ($1usd) and 100's ($5 usd) were most helpful for tips. I forgot the first few days to take pesos to the pool for tips. **You will need your passport to exchange $$.In summary, I feel we fell through the cracks and feel like our family did not get the week we should have had with an all-inclusive. With 3 kids in college, we saved all year for this vacation and it was a huge disappointment. The silver lining was 1 dedicated week with my family but we saved all year to pay for this trip. We could have gone anywhere.

  • lsverris : Colorado Springs, Colorado
Can't say enough good things about the Lindo!

We were at the Lindo from 12/28 to 1/4 and we had a great experience. The rooms were just beautiful; Ricardo who cleaned our room always did such fun things in the room; I always looked forward to seeing what he did each day! Our concierges, Arturo and Israel were so friendly and helpful; thank you! We loved Israel, our waiter from the steak house and wished we could have had him every night! We were so pleased when we got to have him and Maria New Years Eve; they made my son's night with their bantering and fun natured attitudes! We wandered around all of the resorts that are connected and they each had something really fun and unique about them, but other than the Grand, we thought the Lindo was the most unique and gorgeous! People saving seats at the beach and at the pool for their whole party (including toddlers) was to say the least annoying especially when we would eventually find 1 seat for our party of 4 and then watch the seats around us not be used for hours if ever! Not sure if the resort can do anything about that, other than encourage people to be more conscientious about not taking more seats than they really need; the truth is most people are in the water or in the pool and don't need a chair for every single person in their party, but that's just my opinion. The food was great and we read many reviews about how the buffet gets boring and it will if you are there more than 5 days which is why you need to make reservations at the restaurants at night and also go over to the shopping center for their incredible tacos! Our boys went over their at least once a day for tacos and guacamole and pico de gallo! Thank you to our Apple Vacation driver for that tip! There are a lot of fun shops over there and we would walk over every day and get icecream or a coffee! Our only complaint and I have already notified Iberostar about this is that we were told by our travel agent and concierge that the men needed to bring dinner jackets to get into a couple of the restaurants, so we bought our 2 boys jackets (that they really don't need) and made space in the suitcases to bring them. So imagine our disappointment when we were basically the only people in each of the restaurants with jackets on! I mean, my guys looked great but we could have used the room and money we spent on them for other things during our vacation. Even in the steak house where a wedding party was attending, most of their men had t-shirts on instead of even collared shirts! So, I'm not sure I would bother; a minor issue but we would not have bought or brought jackets had we known we didn't need to. We loved our room and they were gracious enough to give us an upgrade since we were there for our 30th anniversary to the building 1 building away from the beach and the pool down by our end was never that busy (other than the chairs were always taken) so we had the best of both worlds! The drive to and from the resort to the airport went great and they got us there in plenty of time. The beach was great; I was worried as I had heard or read about rocks and there are rocks further out by my boys boogie boarded every day and had no problems with it and loved the beach! That's the other thing you can do for lunch or afternoon snacks, is that they have food at the beach like hamburgers and other yummy items and we always enjoyed that! We would definitely recommend Iberostar and loved the Lindo! Thank you so much to everyone there that made it an amazing 7 days!

Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).

If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.

Items not included:

  • Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
  • Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
  • Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
  • Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
  • Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
  • Items of a personal nature

  • Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
  • Snacks and beverages 24 hours
  • A la carte dining with reservations
  • Unlimited International brands, Domestic beer and House Wine with meals
  • 24 hour room service
  • In-room mini-bar w/water, soft drinks and beer only
  • Kid's club
  • Lounge chairs, towels and umbrellas (pool/beach)
  • Canoeing/Row boating
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba diving lesson in pool
  • Pool basketball
  • Water polo
  • Pool volleyball
  • Windsurfing
  • Boogie board
  • Tennis
  • Archery
  • Beach volleyball
  • Bocce
  • Chess
  • Dance lessons
  • Ping pong
  • Table games
  • Billiards (pool table)
  • Table tennis
  • Rifle shooting
  • Bicycle tour
  • Access to fitness facilities
  • Aerobics
  • Fitness classes
  • Daily activities
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Access to services and facilities at sister properties, Iberostar Paraiso Beach and Paraiso del Mar
  • 446 rooms in 12 three-storey buildings
  • 1 buffet restaurant
  • 4 a la carte restaurants
  • Snack bar at the beach
  • 5 bars including swim-up pool bar
  • 3 pools
  • Wave pool
  • Lazy river ride
  • Jacuzzi
  • Shopping on-site
  • Tennis court
  • Fitness facilities
  • Steam room
  • Beauty salon (fee)
  • Spa (fee)
  • Free Wi-Fi in common areas (1 device)
  • Conference facilities (fee)
  • Medical services (fee)
  • Dive shop on-site (fee)
  • Motorized water sports (fee)
  • 18-hole golf course on site (fee)

Hotel Room

  • Maximum Number of Adults 3
  • Maximum Number of Children 2
  • Maximum Occupancy 4
  • Air-conditioned
  • Ceiling fan
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • 1 King or 2 Double beds
  • Balcony with gardenview
  • Mini-bar stocked daily (water, soda, and beer)
  • Concierge service
  • Flat screen TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Bathroom
  • Bathrooms with shower or tub 

Junior Suite

  • Maximum Number of Adults 3
  • Maximum Number of Children 2
  • Maximum Occupancy 4
  • 1 King or 2 Double beds
  • Balcony with gardenview
  • Air-conditioned
  • Ceiling fan
  • Mini-bar stocked daily (water, soda, and beer)
  • Concierge service 
  • Flat screen TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combination
  • Complimentary access to SPA sensations wet area for adults
  • Nightly turndown service with aromatherapy
  • Beach towels in-room upon arrival

Superior Junior Suite

  • Maximum Number of Adults 3
  • Maximum Number of Children 2
  • Maximum Occupancy 4
  • Air-conditioned
  • Ceiling fan
  • 1 King bed
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access
  • Extended private balcony with whirlpool
  • Gardenview
  • Complimentary access to SPA sensations wet area for adults 
  • Nightly turndown service with aromatherapy
  • Beach towel in-room upon arrival
  • Upgraded mini-bar including flavored bottled water and snacks
  • Concierge service
  • Flat screen TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combination

Superior Hotel Room

  • Maximum Number of Adults 3
  • Maximum Number of Children 2
  • Maximum Occupancy 4
  • Air-conditioned
  • 1 King or 2 Double beds
  • Ceiling fan
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Balcony with gardenview
  • Mini-bar stocked daily (water, soda, and beer)
  • Concierge service
  • Flat screen TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combination
  • Located near the beach and pool area
  • Complimentary access to SPA sensations wet area for adults

Poolview Room

  • Maximum Number of Adults 3
  • Maximum Number of Children 1
  • Maximum Occupancy 4
  • Air-conditioned
  • 1 King or 2 Double beds
  • Ceiling fan
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Balcony with poolview
  • Mini-bar stocked daily (water, soda, and beer)
  • Concierge service
  • Flat screen TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combination
  • Located near the pool
  • Complimentary access to SPA sensations wet area for adults
  • Beach towels in-room upon arrival

Family Room

  • Maximum Number of Adults 6
  • Maximum Number of Children 2
  • Maximum Occupancy 6
  • Air-conditioned
  • Ceiling fan
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Hair dryer
  • Connecting rooms, one with 2 double beds and the other with 1 king bed
  • Minimum Adults 4
  • Minimum Occupancy 4
  • Balcony with gardenview
  • Mini-bar stocked daily (water, soda, and beer) 
  • Concierge service
  • 24 hour room service menu featuring special kids menu options
  • Flat screen smart TV
  • Digital safety deposit box
  • Coffee and coffee maker
  • Bathroom with shower/tub combination
  • Located near the pool
  • Priority dinner reservations at specialty restaurants
  • Complimentary access to SPA sensations wet area for adults
  • Family amenities 
  • Microwave (available upon request and subject to availability)

Restaurants

La Pagoda

  • Buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • International
  • Casual dress code

Jambalaya

  • à la carte for dinner
  • Southwest/Cajun
  • Reservations required
  •  Casual dress code

El Museo

  • à la carte for dinner
  • French
  • Reservations required
  • Elegant dress code (Jacket and sleeved shirts or polo shirts, dress sandals or shoes for gentlemen)

Grill and Snack Bar

  • Snacks and Grilled items

El Fogon Steakhouse

  • à la carte for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Steakhouse for dinner
  • Reservations required for dinner
  • Casual dress code for day
  • Elegant dress code for dinner (Jacket and sleeved shirts or polo shirts, dress sandals or shoes for gentlemen)

El Fogon Italiano

  •  à la carte for dinner
  •  Italian/Mediterranean
  • Reservations required
  • Casual dress code

Bars

  • Las Olas Pool bar
  • Beach Bar
  • Las Rocas Swim-up bar
  • Acuario Lobby bar
  • Theatre Bar


Child Policy - Special child rates available for up to 2 children (3-12 years) sharing room with 2 adults. There must be one full paying adult in each room to receive the child rate. 

For the Kids

  • Kids Club Ages 4-12
  • Play area
  • Games Room/Arcade 
  • Babysitting or child care service ($)
  • Teen Club Ages 13-17
  • Separate children's pool and water park

Spa Treatments

  • Aromatherapy 
  • Manicure treatments 
  • Pedicure treatments 
  • Reflexology 
  • Steam room 
  • Temazcal (Mayan steam treatment) 
  • Facial 
  • Body wraps 
  • Massage therapies 
  • Hydrotherapy 
  • Salon  services

Playa Paraiso Golf Club

  • Designed by P.B. Dye
  • Carretera Chetumal-Cancun Km.309
  • golfparaiso@iberostar.com.mx1 
  • Par 72
  • 18 holes 
  • Golf Course located near the resort

Special golf rates available for Iberostar guests. Offer subject to change without prior notice.

Exchange Privileges - Guests staying at this hotel can also enjoy the facilities and dining privileges at the Iberostar Paraiso del Mar or Iberostar Paraiso Beach. (Subject to availability and reservations required.)
Guests are granted full access from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to the following hotels: IBEROSTAR Tucan/Quetzal, IBEROSTAR Cozumel and IBEROSTAR Cancun. 
Guests are granted restricted access to IBEROSTAR Paraiso Maya: access only to shared water amenities including pool, splash park, wave pool and lazy river. 

Important: Reservations are required for all a la carte restaurants, subject to availability. Transportation between hotels is not included.

Honeymoon Bonus  - Receive a bottle of champagne, fruit basket and gift. Marriage certificate copy will be required upon arrival in reception of the hotel. Please request at the time of booking. Amenities are subject to change.

Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.

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  • Iberostar Paraiso Lindo
    Riviera Maya,Mexico

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Iberostar Paraiso Lindo
Carr Chetumal - P Juarez km 309, Playa Paraiso, Playa del Carmen 77710 Mexico

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

Child pricing may only be available with select tour operators and valid for select dates and durations. Child pricing rules are subject to change without notice. Please contact one of our vacation specialists if you require assistance with child pricing.

Photo identification and/or credit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.

Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges upon check-in to fulfil.

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