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One day we (2 adults + 1 child) stayed there for lunch only. A few days after, we spent one night in a cabana with a lake view. After another few days we spent one night in another cabana with lake view and private access...More
Amazing hotel facing the lagoon of Bacalar. The rooms are big, comfortable, quiet and charming. We had one with a direct view on the Laguna.The restaurant with lagoon view is really good andbuffet-breakfast is delicious.
It's clearly the best hotel of our trip in Mexico....More
This is our second trip to Bacalar. We were here in 2013 also. Once again we wish we could have stayed longer. We stayed at Pehaltun ( right next door to Rancho Encantado) for the second time and it was even better then the first....More
I almost didn't write a review for this place because there are already so many rave reviews on Trip Advisor, but it truly was magnificent. It is not in town but located on a perfect lagoon location not too far from Bacalar. My wife and...More
very beautiful grounds on lake bacalar. a few minutes outside of town so it is quiet and peaceful. the service was good although you may have some issues if you don't speak spanish. the rooms are very simple. they are nothing to write home about,...More
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We had a lagoon master suite for 2 nights (I can't remember the room no., but it was called 'Toh'). This was on the ground floor. It was large and had an inside 'sitting area'. It had lagoon access with a small jetty. It... More
We had a lagoon master suite for 2 nights (I can't remember the room no., but it was called 'Toh'). This was on the ground floor. It was large and had an inside 'sitting area'. It had lagoon access with a small jetty. It did not have a plunge pool (I did not see any rooms that had this facility.