Le Reve Hotel and Spa
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Stylish and comfortable, the all inclusive Le Reve Hotel and Spa in Playa del Carmen features unique accommodations with private terraces and stunning sea views. Cool off in the infinity pool, enjoy authentic cuisine in the on-site restaurant and let the kids run free in their very own Kids Club. There are a variety of soothing spa treatments available, and major attractions and ancient ruins nearby for exploring.
â??Location: Beachfront, 10 min drive to Playa del Carmen, 45 min from the airport.
Nice, quiet getaway. Excellent food. Calm. Not much to do for kids, but that is not why we went there. the staff works hard to try to make your stay comfortable. Very close to the beach. The ocean water was warm!
Just returned from a week's stay with my family at Le Reve. Loved this small resort for many reasons, especially because it never felt crowded. The staff is incredibly friendly and always ready with a smile. From the reception to housekeeping to the waitstaff, they were all very pleasant. We opted for the all-inclusive plan and were not disappointed with the restaurant food. There was no "special menu" for us and many options and not a buffett in sight. There was no wait to be seated at any meal time. Do expect to be on "Mexico Time" though, you will wait for your food, so plan accordingly. I found the Mexican food to be the best to order. The beachside bar is great for lunch and snacks. The waitstaff serve poolside as well as oceanside where you can eat and drink under your personal palapa. The pool is a great size and the view to the ocean from here is amazing. The beach has soft white sand and there are several palapas with loungers to park yourself. There is hotel security always watching to make sure your items are safe when you go to the water. There were many palapas available even though the resort was fully booked. The only negative about the beach is you must wear water shoes due to the coral that fronts the beach at this hotel. The water is clear and there were many snorkelers and spear fishermen. We booked a Master Ocean View room and were very happy with it. The room was very spacious and there was a hot tub on the balcony, too. The only drawback to this room was thanks to the giant resort next door - their nightclub could be heard going until 11pm each night. The music couldn't be heard from the Beachfront Villas, though. Other family members stayed in this Villa and loved having the private plunge pool as well as proximity to the beach. They were literally 20 steps to the sand. The beachside bar staff also served them food and drinks at their private pool.There is a small gym with one stationary bike and one treadmill. You can see both the pool and the ocean from here. If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing resort this is the place for you. I would definitely return.
We celebrated our wedding last May offsite but we choose Le Reve as the main hotel for our guests. We had the whole place for us. Le Reve is the place if you want to relax and have a personalized service where employees remember your name and you feel at home. We really wanted to have that feeling of privacy instead of staying at a big all-inclusive hotel. We also had a welcome party and it was great! My main contact was Julieta and I can't say enough great things about her-so kind and always willing to help. She went the extra mile for us. Thank you Julieta and all the team! Every guest loved the service and even the picky eaters loved every meal from the restaurant!
Horrific room conditions, visible mold, some unexpected bugs and a shower full of a molded wooden floor. Not to mention the "safe" had no lock, just overall not at all what I expected based on reviews here on TripAdvisor and other sites. You should be aware if you have any pulmonary issues you should not go here. Now I will say the beach there is gorgeous, and the staff was nice. Also be aware there is one eatery there and it's mostly a french based cuisine, the meal we had there was alright. Also wifi access is an additional 10.00 US per day even if you do the all inclusive option.Overall it was our decision to move hotels after one night there. I am attaching photos and a video of the bugs if it will load.
Stayed June 15-20, 2017:We had an amazing time in Playa Del Carmen (our first visit to Mexico). We bought an all-inclusive (the only way to go). We stayed at a boutique hotel called â€śLe Reve Hotel and Spa.â€ť It was fabulous, from the staff to the hotel grounds. (See pic). It has a total of just over 30 rooms, and 1 infinity pool that was great! It was small, and very quiet, which is exactly what we were looking for on our anniversary. There were 2 families there with small kids, but they were well behaved, and miraculously, no embarrassing, obnoxious, drunk Americanâ€™s. We lucked out. Layout: the bungalows are right on the beach and have their own private pools. The other suites on the ground level have their own private yards with hammocks, and then our suite on the upper level had a patio with a table and a couple lounge chairs. Our room was nice: flat screen TV, king size bed, large showers, A/C, and were very clean. We had no issues. There was one bar/grill outside called COOEE (in the photo on the left), which was right next to the pool. It was great for cocktails, shots of liquor, and they cook right in front of you fresh food (wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, quesadillas, etc.). The staff was so great and attended to every guest sitting around the pool and to those sitting right on the beach (closest to the bar). The restaurant on site, called Merlot, was absolutely amazing. Their executive chef, Mario, is fantastic! He is a very talented chef. Each meal was meticulously prepared and the presentation was beautiful. We had filet mignon our first night there, and I donâ€™t eat red meat often, but it was delicious, perfectly cooked with amazing sides. The menu varied daily for lunches and dinners. They have a menu with regular items, and Mario adds 1-2 new items each day as the seasonal items are rotated in. Saturday night is theme night in Merlot restaurant, very cool. Seriously, the food does not disappoint. Breakfast begins at 7am, lunch at noon, and dinner at 5pm. Iâ€™m really confused as to complaints about the wine. Their wine cellar is stocked with wine shipped from several places around the world. We had red wine from Chile, (cabernet or merlot) every night with dinner, and they were awesome! Theyâ€™re chilled because of the humidity, but let it come to room temp and itâ€™s delicious. Iâ€™m baffled about the reviews of the wine. Anyhow, it was great. We had awesome wait staff at every meal. Fred was just the sweetest (and our favorite), he always had a huge smile, a fun personality, and the staff all speak English well enough. Thereâ€™s a bar in Merlot, a couple of flat screen TVâ€™s (playing sports of course). Thereâ€™s a concierge, Carmen, on site who can book a tour wherever you want to go, they also have a masseuse on site, Alma, and sheâ€™s great too. Also, there is a craft fair onsite every Saturday. There is a young girl there named Mimi. She moved from Georgia to live in Playa. Canâ€™t blame her. Anyway, sheâ€™s amazing! She will help you out with questions, recommendations and since sheâ€™s from the U.S., her English is perfect, and she will be straight with you. She sells the little items you left at home like sunscreen, toothpaste, etc., and sells souvenirs and jewelry. Mimi really was the icing on the cake. Sheâ€™s knows everyone and is unbelievably sweet and very knowledgeable. She made our trip even better. We love Mimi! Thanks Le Reve for a wonderful experience. We want to come back already!
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Resort Location Map
Le Reve Hotel and SpaRiviera Maya,Mexico
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- Extra Info
Playa Xcalacoco, Fraccion 2A Playa Del Carmen Quintana Roo, Playa del Carmen 77710 Mexico
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