Where to Stay inIsla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres has a little over 29 hotels representing a total of 734 rooms approximately. Of these hotels 7 are classified 4 star or higher (208 rooms). Following is a list of the five star hotels on the island.

5 Stars
This hotel is located on a small private island that connects with Isla Mujeres by a pier. It is characterized by its spectacular panoramic view of the crystal waters and the coral reef that surrounds it. The ocean is truly original with its blue and green tones influenced by the coral reef and rock formations along the small portion of coast that gives way to an impressive oceanic pool.
Calle Zazil Ha s/n, Islote Yunque

5 Stars
A Mediterranean style mixed with a natural and beach atmosphere, this hotel has a pool with a waterfall, stone floors that create a natural resting environment inviting you to a relaxing massage.
Fraccionamiento Laguna Mar
Ph. (998) 877 0700

26 suites Mediterranean style each with a private terrace, pools on the balcony, hammocks and marble bathrooms with Jacuzzis. This is an intimate and luxurious hotel located on its own Mexican Caribbean island. Its the perfect place for romantic couples or those seeking serenity.
Laguna Makax

A hotel whose goal is to exceed the expectations of its guests, making them feels at home. It has eight exclusive and singular rooms with terrace facing the Caribbean Sea. It has an atmosphere designed for the pleasure of the senses and for total wellbeing.
Garrafon Hwy. Fraccionamiento Mar Turquesa
Ph. (998) 877 0651

This private, small, romantic hotel offers all the amenities of a five star hotel; especially designed to give the sensation of being on your own private beach.

Sección Rocas. Punta Norte

Enciclopedia Virtual de los Municipios de México, http://www.e-local.gob.mx
Turista Quintaba Roo, http://www.quintanaroo.turista.com.mx
Gobierno del Estado Quintana Roo, http://www.qroo.gob.mx

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