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Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya

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Enjoy an incredible experience Adults only in the famous Playa del Carmen in Mexico. Surrounded by beautiful mangroves, this all-inclusive luxury resort is just steps from the most idyllic white-sand beaches. Your room will be your own private oasis, right on the beach and with amenities and services exclusive to The Reserve. Enjoy flavors from around the world in our restaurants and relax in our YHI Spa while enjoying our hydrotherapy circuit. This hotel has been recognized as a Recommended Hotel in the Star Awards 2022 by Forbes Travel Guide. Surrounded by cenotes with crystal clear waters and magical Mayan ruins, Playa del Carmen is the ideal setting for your vacation in Mexico. Let the gentle sea breeze and the sound of the waves lapping the shore accompany your dreams. The Reserve is the most distinguished and elegant service, designed to make your stay truly unique and unforgettable. Choose from a wide range of restaurants and bars, and participate in activities that will bring you closer to the local culture, such as Latin dance classes. Enjoy a space full of rest and vitality in our YHI Spa. And discover Romance by Paradisus, which offers you numerous alternatives to make your "I do" even more memorable.
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matyler08 wrote a review Yesterday
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Service from housekeeping and waiters at Restaurants and beach were impeccable! More importantly, our concierge Alfonso Aviles at La Perla Reserve made our trip memorable and amazing! Thank you Alfonso for ensuring our time at playa Del Carmen was everything we hoped for and memorable! Miriam & Evelyn
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Njoy-Travelin wrote a review Jun 2023
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Having visited Paradisus Playa del Carmen for 7 consecutive early part of Decembers and once in February of 2022 you can tell that we are very comfortable with the property. All of our visits have been to the La Perla adult side except for 2020 when due to COVID-19, the resort was consolidated and only utilizing the La Esmeralda side. We again vacationed there this May (2023) from arriving Friday May 19th and departing very early on Saturday May 27th. We opted for a One Bedroom Master Suite as the upgrade was quite reasonably priced. For the most part we had a very relaxing time. Prior to our arrival, I sent an email to the Concierge and Clara was able to book two of our dinner reservations in advance of our arrival which relieves stress and makes things so much easier than trying to book them once we’ve arrived. The check-in process went quickly seeing as our arrival on Friday 5/19 was around 8:00pm partially due to a pit stop at a gas station by our shuttle from the airport for a tire that was leaking air – LOL so we opted to have dinner at the Hadar Buffet that evening which had a good variety and freshly grilled meats and was more than sufficient after an extremely long travel day. For those that have never visited the resort, the area surrounding the outskirts of the resort is defiantly questionable, but once on the property, that does not even enter your mind. Also, at no time have we felt unsafe at Paradisus. The resort is well maintained and clean. We genuinely feel unbelievably comfortable with the service and familiarity that we receive at Paradisus. Our days consist of following breakfast at the buffet, we hit the Pool Bar for a shot of tequila to start our day. Basically we spend a good portion of the day at the Pool Bar taking in the poolside entertainment and meeting and conversing with other resort guest. Around 3:00pm or so, my girlfriend would retire to our Bali Bed located poolside and occasionally I would join her. We are also very respectful of the use of the Bali Beds so we made sure to let someone at the pool desk know when we are done utilizing it for the day as we do not want to abuse that privilege. The pool area offered daily Water Aerobics at high noon followed by some type of entertainment. Saturday there was a DJ which played music that was accompanied by: first a violinist moving around poolside followed by a saxophonist which we found to be interesting. The remainder of the afternoon was the DJ. Sunday there were three guys who called themselves The Beach Boys who accompanied the DJ music singing primarily Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons songs and not a single Beach Boys tune. – LOL Again followed by DJ music for the rest of the afternoon. The beach is a little bit of a walk from the pools and what I would rate as “sufficient” although nothing spectacular or special. This is not an issue for us as we prefer the pool area and atmosphere. There is a bar located near the beach as well as seating accommodations. We are totally content with utilizing the pool area. Shout outs go out to Staff Members that we have established relationships with as our “Friends” during previous visits. – - Rafael (Pool Desk La Esmeralda side) who gives a heads up to whoever is working the Pool Desk on the La Perla side to let them know that we are there. We were also greatly touched by the item that he gifted to us and we will certainly cherish it and display it in a place of prominence in our home. - Salvador (Pool Desk La Esmeralda side) - Christopher (Pool Desk Nikte area) who my girlfriend keeps in touch with via Facebook. Thank you for the candy. - Sergio (Bartender Pool Bar La Esmeralda side) a huge thank you for bringing us our preferred liquor to the La Perla Pool Bar. You are “My Hero”. – LOL - Luis (Pool Desk La Perla side) who did an outstanding job of taking care of and pampering us with our Bali Bed and towels showing how dedicated he is to providing excellent guest service which we made sure to be very respectful of that by making sure to let someone at the pool desk know when we were done using the Bali Bed for the day. - Angelo (Beach Activities) we miss the daily “High Noon” Water Aerobics that he previously oversaw with the playing of “Fireball” by Pitbull and “Shaky Shaky” by Daddy Yankee. – LOL I also made sure to wear the Paradisus hat that he gifted to me back in December. It’s now part of my Paradisus attire. - Oscar (Sunset Grill Waiter) - Eliseo (Bartender Upper Pool Bar La Perla) - Luis (The Reserve Waiter) who had served as our waiter at our Bali Bed back in December. We wanted to tip him back in December but he must have been off on our final day which we felt bad about so we made sure to find him this trip in order to make good on tipping him. - Yolanda (Hadar Breakfast Grill) - Housekeeping although we really do keep our room rather tidy and organized to begin with, they did a very good job maintaining our room. I make it a point to tip the staff as they do an outstanding job of catering to us during our stay which is greatly appreciated. We ate at Capella’s on Saturday. The food was tasty but I think that their offering of “Traditional” Italian items was limited. In the past they offered lasagna which I’ve ordered and very much enjoyed. I’m not sure if when the restaurant changed their name from Vento, they changed the menu. Sunday for dinner we partook in Bana Teppanyaki which is a Hibachi prepared meal. Per usual it was very good with an abundance of food being provided that we can never eat all of. Monday’s dinner at Blue Agave Taqueria (Formerly The Market). This is the first time that we’ve experienced this restaurant and although it’s basically only tacos, it was enjoyable and I would recommend it. Tuesday we ate dinner at the Naos Buffet. Neither of us cared for the food as it seemed as though they didn’t have a very good selection. Also we felt that the quality of the food was not up to par. It also seemed that a lot of the offerings were geared to kids. Wednesday we opted for Auquamarina which we’ve eaten at once on a prior trip but weren’t really impressed with but we decided to give another try. Mind you that our past experience the offerings were appetizers, and entrees delivered to your table. It has changed to buffet style and I’m possibly even less impressed with it. The selection of normal seafood fare doesn’t seem to be there. I would prefer what the restaurant was in its previous iteration as The Grill. Thursday was Fuego night. The steak which I had was deliciously tender. Friday we did the Hadar Buffet again but due to extenuating circumstances, the experience was far below what it was the previous Friday. The selection didn’t seem as expansive and the food in the trays didn’t look as appealing as it seemed that it had been there for a while. We truly miss La Palapa for dinner which was our favorite restaurant but it is now only available for breakfast and lunch to guests of The Reserve. I seldomly have had cons to mention from our visits. I hope that I’m not overreacting but this trip had a significant number of few things that bothered me. When we did the Bana Teppanyaki experience back in December, we paid an additional $56.61 US to have a lobster to share added. When we did the Bana Teppanyaki this trip, I asked if the lobster option was still available and the answer was yes. To my fault, I simply said that we’d like to have one each. After the meal I needed to have the lobsters charged to the room. I didn’t look at the receipt until I got back to the room and to my surprise, I was charged $218.57 US for the two lobsters. I was basically floored by the price increase of double in less than a period of six months. I take the blame for not asking the price prior to agreeing to ordering the lobster, but I still feel taken advantage of. On Monday when we ate at the Blue Agave Taqueria, there were off property merchants set up in the hallway area. All of the vendors were trying to entice us into coming to their booths which made me feel extremely uncomfortable. It made me wonder why on earth the resort felt that this was a good idea. ADJ and tipped him $5 saying “In respect to Tina Turner, could you please play some of her songs”. The entire afternoon passed without hearing a single Tina Turner song after he accepted the $5. I felt like I had “MARK” stamped on my forehead. Later in the afternoon on Tuesday, Alfonso from Guest Services came by our Bali Bed asking if everything was ok with our stay to which we explained the situation of the $218 lobsters at Bana Teppanyaki which we felt taken advantage of. He seemed genuinely surprised and indicated that he wasn’t sure but he thought that the price should have been more in the neighborhood of $50 per tail. He asked for our room number having written it down on his tablet and said that he would check into it for us. I asked when he would be in the La Pela pool area again he said that he would be there the following afternoon. Wednesday came and went without an Alfonso sighting. We didn’t see Alfonso for the remainder of the trip which gave me the feeling that he was being disingenuous. On Friday (our last full day), we became casualties of a labor dispute. Friday morning when we went for breakfast at Hadar at around 10:00am we found it to be closed. We then ventured over to Naos which upon entering was deafening with the amount of people in the restaurant not to mention that they allow children in that restaurant where Hadar was not. The woman seating us asked if the table that she was seating us at was ok or if we’d like to be seated across the hall at Blue Agave. I felt that the noise was unbearable so we asked to be seated across the hall. The downside with that is it is open air and it was a bit humid. I asked the woman seating us why Naos wasn’t open and she never gave me an answer. We noticed that all of the workers were supervisors many of whom appeared flustered. I thought that one who was waiting our table’s head was going to explode when I asked for water with ice. We later found out that there was a walk out by the wait staff, bartenders and housekeeping over a labor dispute. Supervisors/Management were filling their positions. Over the course of the day, we had to kind of retrain the Pool Bar bartender who was a supervisor but we got through it. About 2:30pm in the afternoon, the staff returned however their was still residual effects. The Sunset Grill was operating with a “Limited” menu which was upsetting because essentially I wasn’t getting what I had paid for as well as Room Services “Limited” menu only consisted of things like burgers, hot dogs & chicken tenders. A far cry from being able to order steaks and pasta dishes etc. That was the reason why we wound up going to dinner at the Hadar Buffet that evening. Again I felt that I wasn’t being offered what I had paid for without any type of compensation being offered. Supervisors/Management were very tight-lipped on offering any type of information as to what was going on during the walk out. It appears that the resort is going through some changes and in my opinion not all for the better which blame falls on the shoulders of Management. But as far as the working class staff goes, they truly do a wonderful job at making us feel relaxed and comfortable.
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Date of stay: May 2023
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Response from Guest Service Center, General Manager at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya
Responded Jun 20, 2023
Dear Njoy-Travelin, Thank you for sharing your experience with us. Nothing makes us prouder than knowing that our guests return home with a sweet aftertaste of the service and attention provided by our staff. We will be pleased to share your comments with Clara, Rafael, Salvdor, Christopher, Sergio, Luis, Angelo, Oscar, Eliseo, Luis, and Yolanda, who will be thrilled to know they were important in your stay. On the other hand, we apologize for the ups and down you encoubnered during your stay, especially the labor situation you kindly talked about, our managment nd the union have come to an agreement on this issue, we also greatly value your suggestions about the rstauants and food service, our chefs and food and beverage managers are constantly working on improvements on the service. We hope to host you again to show you the changes we will be making. Best regards. Guest Service Center Management
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Acancungirl wrote a review Apr 18
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania2 contributions
Just returned from a two week stay. Once again everything was perfect, from pre arrival to check out. We enjoyed our days at the reserve pool with all the friendly bartenders, servers and towel staff, including Alfredo, Johnny, Fernando, Arnie and Christopher to mention a few. Evenings at South Bar with Theresa, Liz and Nancy. Breakfast with Ismael. Our concierge Roberto made our stay very comfortable. We found all of our dinners to be very good with great service. The resort and rooms are beautiful but it is the management and staff that make Paradisus La Perla a true paradise
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CelusCC wrote a review Apr 18
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Overall it’s a great hidden gem with plenty of positives. The beach with cabanas is fantastic, drinks were good and the Mexican restaurant is authentic. However, the leaking water in the room (huge pool of water), slow room service on arrival (took over an hour) and private events causing blockages and delays are major flaws (3 corporate events not wedding. Blocked our only access to beach, sitting together with guests at buffet and certain amenities removed). Despite these issues, it's still a great resort, but falls short of a 5-star review. Lastly, word of advice if you are choosing this hotel for the convenience being close to the city, it is NOT, you have to walk 45 minutes to 5th Ave downtown. Taxi prices are “regulated” which is 2-3x higher than typical.
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Jessica W wrote a review Apr 18
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Had a great time at the resort it was my first time there and my first time in playa. I have to say Edson from the entertainment staff made our visit one to remember. He was very attentive and thoughtful and even gave recommendations on places to go in town for shopping. The hotel is very lucky to have a staff member that cares about the experience of its guests on this level. I would return to the resort (only if he is there) 10/10
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Date of stay: March 2024
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sebastianramsay wrote a review Apr 18
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Don’t expect much from food options and quality. But drinks and atmosphere are top notch. Blue agave is good Outside of that I’m sorry.
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Louise M wrote a review Apr 18
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Overall we had a fantastic holiday, the whole complex was kept clean at all times. The staff were fantastic in all areas of the resort. Unfortunately we did come away with food poisoning 2 days prior to our departure from which we are still suffering. The AC in the room could benefit from a clean as the room smelt musty all of the time leaving all of our belongings smelling. Beware of hard sales from the Melia reps.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Leslie G wrote a review Apr 17
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To start off, the transfer process to the hotel for four of us (reservations made weeks in advance) was disappointing. We were supposed to see someone holding up a tablet with the Otium/Melia logo on it. Unfortunately, we had to ask other drivers where to find him. The representative was somewhat short (therefore hard to see) and he was not holding up a tablet. We were able to identify him by his hat and shirt ( the logo was on them). He told us to wait 15 minutes and our ride would be ready. Thirty to forty minutes later (when he finally returned), we were told they were having trouble trying to find a van for us. To make a very long story short, it took over an hour for the van to arrive! Paradises La Perla is a beautiful property. We were welcomed with a cool washcloth for our hands and face. We were driven by golf cart to the Reserve, the adults only side. The staff in the Reserve on the adults only side were very welcoming, professional and efficient. Refreshments and drinks were available during check in. Our rooms (junior suite swim ups) were spacious and clean. The decor was pleasant and comfortable. The maid service was awesome. Our rooms were cleaned every time we returned from breakfast. There was one night when we had our beds turned down when we returned from dinner. One thing, the green slimy stuff in the swim up pool where we walked down the steps to get, should have been cleaned and removed. It made walking into the pool somewhat dangerous, plus it was just disgusting. Our concierge, Eduardo Monroy, was a jewel. All of our dinner reservations were confirmed. He even was able to change our last night’s reservations to Sal Steak Cave (more about that later). He consistently checked in with us to make sure everything was okay. He made sure we had plenty of snacks (especially potato chips) in our rooms. He sent us restaurant information as well as entertainment activities for each day. When it was time for him to leave for the day, he checked in to see if we had any final requests and gave us the name of someone we could contact in his absence. The beach was extremely disappointing. Seaweed raked up but not moved on the Reserve side was a nuisance. The rocks on the bottom of the water made it difficult to walk. Unfortunately, this is one of the reasons I could not give a five star rating. The food in the restaurants (Sante, Hadar, Lemon Fish, Capella, Bana Teppanyaki) we visited was good and the service excellent. There were a few times when the wait staff in Sante were not able to describe the items on the menu other than to repeat what was on the menu. Same thing when ordering drinks. They were not familiar with what some of them contained. Unfortunately, this situation occurred throughout our stay. It wasn’t until our last night that we ran into wait staff that had a strong knowledge of the cocktails offered. We were never able to find a listing for all of the drinks offered. One side note, the spaghetti and the risotto in Capella was excellent (I wish I had some now) and our waiter Geraldo (?) was wonderful! The best meal was our last dinner night. We ate in Sal Steak Cave. The decor and ambiance were very pleasing. I can’t describe how good the food and drinks were. We ordered from the Reserve menu and were very pleased with the menu selections. What really made the dining experience unforgettable were our two waiters, Humberto and Roberto. They were extremely knowledgeable about the food and drinks we ordered. They were very personable and exceeded our expectations. Their professionalism far exceeded any other wait staff we encountered. (Make sure you request to sit in their area.) Now, one of the other reasons I wasn’t able to give a five star rating was the cats, raccoons and lemurs. I did not want my vacation to turn into a petting zoo. The cats in the Sante restaurant were extremely irritating. Unfortunately, I have a phobia when it comes to cats. Many of the guests in the restaurant were feeding them, thus their constant coming back and forth. I almost left one day but my companion begged me to stay. I understand that stray cats are at many resorts, but the staff in the restaurant didn’t do enough to ensure they didn’t bother the guest (me). Raccoons and lemurs roamed the resort like they were the guests. Two of them were on our floor in the reserve just walking around. Thank God my husband saw them instead of me or I would have had a heart attack! The way they walked around, even in daylight was very disturbing. The coup de gras was when one of the lemurs came into my brother-in-law’s room (granted we were in a swim up room), opened the refrigerator and took out some food then walked out. My brother -in-law nearly fell down into the pool trying to run from it as he was going into his room as the lemur was coming out! It scared the hell out of him. Again, had I been there, I would have had a stroke! I loved the resort, the food the amenities, but I will not be returning. And, because of the abundance of “critters” I will not recommend this resort to my friends.
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Seggar V wrote a review Apr 17
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Good time overall, had italian food at capella and Francisco Arriagada had the best service we’ve experienced as a family.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to review your recent stay. We're thrilled to hear that our Italian cuisine at Capella delighted your palate and that Francisco Arriagada provided top-notch service for your family. Our team is dedicated to offering an elegant and sophisticated dining atmosphere, and it's inspiring for us to know that we've succeeded in making your meal memorable. We take pride in our ability to create a harmonious experience for our guests, and it's gratifying to see this reflected in your visit. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Kind regards, Gext Service Center Management
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Emily J wrote a review Apr 17
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Me and my mum came here on a day pass and absolutely loved it!! Entertainment was great and all members of staff were friendly and couldn’t do enough to help. The hotel itself is beautiful and the grounds are fantastic, there is also a lovely beach on the edge of the hotel. Would definitely recommend coming here!
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dear Emilyjv, Thank you for such a positive review. We're thrilled to hear that the entertainment offered was to your liking and that our team's friendly and helpful demeanor contributed to a memorable day for you and your mum. It's wonderful to know that the beauty and meticulous care of our grounds, as well as our inviting beachfront, made a positive impression. It would be our pleasure to have you return on another occasion. Very best wishes, Gext Service Center Management
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Frequently Asked Questions about Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya
Which popular attractions are close to Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Nearby attractions include Playa Punta Esmeralda (0.7 km), Galeria Luis Sottil (0.3 km), and Playa Publica 88 (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a swimup bar, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sal. Steak - Cave, Fuego, and Bana Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and fitness classes during their stay.
Does Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya have airport transportation?
Yes, Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Paradisus La Perla - Adults Only - Riviera Maya?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.