Palapas del Sol

From: 195USD

This beautiful boutique hotel believes strongly in the importance of celebrating Holbox’s roots in the Mayan culture and touches of it can be seen throughout from the traditional Yucateca cuisine in its restaurant (from the Yucatan Peninsula) to its friendly all-Mayan staff and locally-sourced decoration.

Palapas del Sol is a wonderful beachfront hotel, located on Holbox’s main beach, which sits within its own large, open grounds. With only 22 rooms, the hotel truly feels like a home away from home – a private oasis to escape life’s daily stresses. All of the rooms are spacious and decorated with colourful Mexican fabrics and furniture with art created in the local mainland village of Solferino. With a variety of room types on offer, including suites with fridge and two queen-sized beds, Palapas del Sol is a comfortable luxury choice for all. And if you’re searching for a truly romantic option, book their superior suite with private watchtower – a honeymooners dream!

Palapas del Sol has all of the facilities you would expect from a hotel of its caliber, such as a sea-view swimming pool, delicious restaurant with breakfast included, spa and massage services, tours, a space for yoga, and more. Their restaurant, Talavera – the traditional Mexican pottery decorating much of the hotel, serves the freshest of traditional Mayan cuisine with a kitchen run by the talented Mayan chef, Estela.

Inspired by the beauty of Holbox and its surroundings to provide you with the perfect place to stay on the island.

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Reserve the Superior Suite Watchtower with private observation tower.

Credit cards accepted:  Visa Mastercard American Express 
Amenities: English spoken |  On the beach |  Television |  Breakfast included |  Pool |  Restaurant |  Bar |  Baby cribs/cots
Opening Times: Check in: 3pm, Check out: 12pm

A Room with a View

A room with a view – it doesn’t get much better than your own, private watchtower to watch one of Holbox’s famous sunsets. Climb the stairs from your terrace and enjoy a late evening in the hammocks with a bottle of wine, the sea, and just you. How often in life can we get a personal bird’s-eye view of paradise?