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Me and my husband stayed at the riu tequila for 2weeks for our honeymoon and it was absolutely gorgeous, we loved that it was very authentic and traditional looking, this made us feel very relaxed and comfortable, we didnt have one thing to fault and...More
This was a shot in the dark as we had not visited this area or this Hotel before. We had heard from a few friends who had a great experience before. We were not disappointed. The Hotel is due for major refurbishment starting this April...More
This place is a traditional Mexican hotel, so do not expect modern. The traditional style is gorgeous, would not pick a modern hotel in Mexico. Staff are so friendly and cannot do enough for you. We were there for 2 weeks and was so sad...More
We stayed here in January 2017, our first holiday abroad together as a couple and we loved it. We stayed for 2 weeks which truthfully was long enough. We flew over with TUI and there reps were very friendly and very helpful when we asked...More
I didn’t spend that much time in this hotel if I’m honest, but the time I did was ok. The rooms are spacious and comfortable the hotel has a very Mexican feel about it and that’s the thing I loved most!! But I believe they...More
Response from chantelleAmersham | Reviewed this property |
No its best to take Pesos or Sterling if you're British. The hotel will not change American Dollars at all because of the new law, and I was noticing that Pesos were being used and advertised more and more each time I went... More
No its best to take Pesos or Sterling if you're British. The hotel will not change American Dollars at all because of the new law, and I was noticing that Pesos were being used and advertised more and more each time I went. They probably preferred the Dollar because they were making money with the exchange rate. The Tourist tax is 10 Pesos per night, per room, payable on check - in, which equates to approx. 50 pence a night, if you're British, you can pay this in Sterling if you haven't changed your currency to Pesos.