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At Dolores Alba, you get what you pay for ($48/night in our case). We were only there one night, so we decided roughing it at a budget hotel would be do-able.
Upon check in we were directed to a room so smokey that it felt...More
BUMMER! The location is great, right near Chichen Itza and the grounds are pretty and two pools! But those are the only good points. I would suggest that you DO visit Chichen Itza, but stay somewhere else, like in Piste.
Our complaints: The room was...More
Our family with 6 and 9 year old children stayed one night.
My first job was to dispatch the really big spider (body the size of a quarter) in the bathroom. Then do in some ants. Its in the jungle so what do you expect...More
This hotel seems to suffer from a lack of competition. OK, it's only 45 bucks a night, but we have stayed in similarly priced hotels with much more amiciable service. We were greeted with disdain by the owner after a mix up with the dates....More
If you plan to visit the ruins at Chichen Itza, this is a great place to stay. Early in the morning, they will transport you to the ruins, which is a great time to visit. By the time you've explored that marvelous place and are...More
US$35 - US$62 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What is the best way to get to hotel from Cancun airport?
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I took the Oreinte bus from downtown Cancun to the Dolores Alba in Chichen Itza. You can take the ADO bus from the airport to the downtown bus terminal. Just walk out of the terminal and you'll see a stand where... More
I took the Oreinte bus from downtown Cancun to the Dolores Alba in Chichen Itza. You can take the ADO bus from the airport to the downtown bus terminal. Just walk out of the terminal and you'll see a stand where the buses are pulling in. It should say ADO. You can buy a ticket downtown from there.
Oriente is 2nd class.
ADO is 1st class.
Both schedules are available on-line.
Read the thread I started in the Trip Advisor Cancun Forum on June 29, 2015.
You might also want to poke around the Cancun Forum site for other ideas. For example, car rental is also an option. I find the Forums very helpful.
Also read the review I posted on June 29 of the Dolores Alba.
Good luck. Have a safe trip.