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Just returned from a one week all-inclusive stay at the Krystal. Paid approx $1000cdn plus tax. Booked thru Expedia.
Lots of construction and related noise and dust but didn't really bother us much. If you're staying in an AI hotel room, ask for a room...More
I had never been to mexico before and i loved it. The people at the hotel were extremely nice the rooms were good but i didnt like the beds they were kind of hard but still nice. All in all i really loved my stay...More
The nH Krystal is about 50 years old and it shows. Renovations are underway in some areas and the place is a mess. The lobby is a shables, No shops are open, there is construction noise and dust everywhere and the rooms are sub-standard. The...More
Just arrived home from the NH Krystal. I stayed there from Jan 19 to the 26 and here is my assessment of my trip there:
What I liked:
above par - rooms were above average size with softer beds then normal
the a la catre...More
Overall a great experience. We vacationed with another early 30's something couple for a 3-night all-inclusive vacation with no kids. Check-in went well, we had to wait about 2.5 hours for our rooms to be ready since we arrived so early, but that gave us...More
Response from Richard W | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. I don’t know. Best I can suggest is call their toll free number and ask. They’re a 10 minute walk from the port and the walk takes you past a full size grocery store, a convenience store, and a liquor store. And... More
Sorry. I don’t know. Best I can suggest is call their toll free number and ask. They’re a 10 minute walk from the port and the walk takes you past a full size grocery store, a convenience store, and a liquor store. And the resort has all inclusive facilities so it would be perfect if they did.