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Le Reve Hotel & Spa in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Just southeast of Cancun is the truly remarkable and lavishly appoi4nted Le Rve Hotel & Spa. Located in Playa del Carmen, on Mexico's sparkling Riviera Maya, this beachfront retreat offers guests an unparalleled stay, directly on the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea. Ideal for couples, families, and friends alike, the intimate resort hosts just 23 rooms with thatched roof, cabana-style design. Private gardens, balconies, and gorgeous ocean views create a tranquil paradise for the senses. With bright whites, warm wood accents, and vibrant splashes of color, the modern rooms have an open and airy atmosphere, plus all the amenities to keep you connected and comfortable. Imagine waking to a whispering morning sea breeze, then strolling only a few yards until your feet touch the soft sandy beach. At Le Rve Hotel & Spa, this dream is a reality, and the luxury and natural beauty of Mexico creates a wonderland escape.

Begin your days by heading out to Playa del Carmen's renowned white sand beachfront for a relaxing day of sunning and swimming in the sea. For some excitement and play, try your hand at kite surfing, waterskiing, kayaking, or snorkeling and scuba diving along the area's fantastic reefs. If you are feeling truly adventurous, opt for a high-flying zip-lining excursion to take in the view from above. Wind down and enjoy a colorful sunset with a horseback ride down the shore. For those who desire a bit more relaxation, delight your senses at the spa, with an aromatherapy session or deep tissue massage. Le Rve Hotel & Spa combines a selection of la carte menus and premium drinks to provide stellar dining experiences, including settings that offer breathtaking ocean views. The finest international cuisine is showcased to please the sophisticated side of your palate, while the staff guides you through extraordinary pairings to make for an epicurean journey and memorable gourmet experience. At Le Rve Hotel & Spa your days will be full of adventure and excitement, your nights luxurious and tranquil, and your mind and body completely at peace.

Location of Le Reve Hotel & Spa

Le Reve Hotel & Spa
Playa Xcalacoco Fracc. 2A
Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Nearest Airport: CUN

Amenities for Le Reve Hotel & Spa

  • General Information
  • 23 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Outdoor Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Private Gardens
  • Rain Showers
  • Activities
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Yoga
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Nightlife
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach

Reviews for Le Reve Hotel & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Rated as a 4 star but more 3 star. Decor was nice but tired, room was ok but sheets were stained and had holes. There is no spa just a massage therapist and the gym has 3 pieces of equipment. Staff were great and the restaurant was fantastic, but only opened at 7:30 am, so no coffee before then, might be an idea to have it in room. No entertainment at night, and the only bar is in the restaurant, would be nice to have the pool bar open so you could sit outside and socialize. Beach is nice, lots of loungers and cover but shore line is all rocky, no acess into ocean unless you walk down to the public area. All in all, it was ok for a quick getaway, but wouldnt go back.

ELKE17 - Toronto, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We booked this hotel through GroupOn, wanting to visit the area for the first time. The gentleman at the reception desk(can't remember his name- he went to college in No CA) was wonderful and very helpful. We could ask him questions at anytime- he even helped book a snorkeling excursion. The room was nice sized and clean. It was also bare bones- not sure if it was because of GO booking or just standard. There is a safe, but you must ask for the lock and key at the desk(which was fine). There were no hangers, which made unpacking tough. Never received an answer as to why...then they suddenly appeared our second to last day. The biggest issue (and the reason for the lower rating) was the housekeeping and condition of the bedding. The room was kept swept up - but towels, water weren't readily resupplied. The sheets were in poor condition. They were stained and had holes. We didn't complain too much, but it left a negative impression. They also were attempting to charge us for (perceived) lost towels. They were in the room - housekeeping was not bothering to change them/pick them up. Finally, what made the stay nice were the gentlemen in food and beverage. We interacted with them the most. Roberto, Benny, Eduardo, and Javier (and a couple of others) were friendly, fun, joking and very attentive. Again, they made our stay. One last thing to note: bring water shoes. The beaches are rocky and they helped in getting in and out of the sea. We also brought some goofy floating toys- super helpful and a little silly!

ConnieLutz - San Jose, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Le Reve is the right name because we were searching for a calm and beautiful place and it is exacly what you offered us Excellent foods, Excellent service and confortable bed. Thank you to all of us it was a real pleasure and hope to see you again.

Mel B - Quebec, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Myself and my fiancée stayed here in September and wanted a quiet 7 days away with no hassle attached. This Hotel fulfilled that in many ways but also failed on the simplest of things! I’ll start with the positives and the things we liked. Rooms were of a nice size, clean tidy and everything worked. General maintenance was kept to a good standard and if there were any issues, which we did have, they were fixed very quickly. Facilities were ok, small but usable and the beach was kept clean and tidy considering it is a public beach. Due to the time we went there was no need to rush for sun beds as there was plenty for us but could get busy if hotel was full. Restaurant food was lovely and freshly cooked to order. Wi-Fi worked well in parts but access was a little random at times. We had free and unlimited Wi-Fi access but I’m not sure this is standard, could be a charge for some customers, so check! Extremely quiet resort with no entertainment in the evenings so if it rains be prepared to find things to keep yourself entertained. Now for the things that we thought let it down a little… In general staff were ok but due to our lack of Spanish, communication was difficult and at times we found ourselves with things we didn’t ask for, i.e. drinks and food! Service was hit and miss too, sometimes they were very good and sometimes they looked like they just didn’t know what was going on… I’m never in a rush for food or drinks as I’m on holiday but sometimes they would just forget about you altogether! While I said the food was very good and it was the menu on our 7 days never changed! Apparently its meant to have a Mexican and Italian night but this we never had. To wind us up even more, one night the senior management team arranged for themselves to have an outdoor BBQ which the quests were not invited too. And because of this all the staff were running around after them forgetting about their paying guests. Would I return to the hotel, I’m really not sure… as there were as many good points as there were poor!

Symaxx77 - Southampton, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

We booked this hotel via Groupon, and were a bit leery about booking an all-inclusive, having read numerous horror stories about adulterated alcohol, and so on. Nevertheless, the photos depicted a beautiful hotel, and we took a chance. Here's a CliffsNotes primer for anyone considering a stay, followed by a more detailed review. 1. The hotel is on the northern fringe of Playa Del Carmen, and the town is not really within walking distance. You'll need a cab, which isn't cheap. 2. There is only 1 restaurant on site, Merlot, and the menu changes daily. The food was good and served with a stylish flair. The drinks at the restaurant are pathetically weak, but beware that after consuming a few stronger drinks, my wife experienced blackouts for a few hours. 3. The pool is gorgeous, but shallow (~3.5ft deep), and, inexplicably, closes at 7pm, which is one of the dumbest policies we've run into at an all-inclusive resort. 4. The hotel is nice and quiet, but since the pool closes early, there's no hot tub, and no entertainment, it gets kinda boring after 8pm. 5. The massages are affordable (~$100 for both of us, 60min), but the masseurs aren't professionally trained, and it shows. 6. The a/c in the rooms is strong, but gaps between the windows in the bathroom keep it humid, and also allow in ants (and probably other critters). 7. The linens and towels in our room were disgusting and blood stained, and the staff seemed indifferent when this was brought to their attention. Full review: We arrived around 9pm, and found a beautiful, small hotel. We were checked-in by an employee who never identified himself, and wasn't wearing a uniform, which we chalked-up to our relatively late arrival. We asked about an upgrade, and I think there was a bit of a language barrier, as he said it would cost $500USD/night to upgrade our room. At any rate, we provided our voucher, and the process was smooth. I should note that we were disappointed to learn that the pool closes at 7pm, which seems ridiculously early. After checking-in, another male, also not wearing a uniform, with several tattoos on his arms, took our bags and walked them to our room (Room 23), which was approximately 50ft from the front desk. The man set our bags in the room, pointed out the a/c, and left with a $100 peso tip. As he left, he had trouble closing the door, and ended up slamming the door closed. Weary from a day of travel, and hungry, we set our things down and attempted to leave for dinner, as the restaurant closes at 10:30pm. I say we *attempted* to leave for dinner, as the door to the room would not open. The handle would not turn, and we were effectively locked in our room. We called the front desk, and several minutes later, staff arrived to try and open the door. We proceeded to wait approximately 30min for them to open the door, during which another staff member had to scale a ladder to our balcony, and dismantle the lock mechanism from the inside (picture attached). Once they got the door open, we requested a different room, but we were told that the hotel was "fully booked." So, while they continued to try and fix the problem, we grabbed our bags and went to dinner. After dinner, we tried to get back into our room, but the keycard didn't work. So, again, I went to the front desk, and the same person that checked us in (and told us the hotel was fully booked), told us that we were moved to room 15. Irritated, but exhausted and just trying to have a good time, we happily walked to our new room. My wife hopped in the shower while I unpacked, and several minutes later I heard her shriek. When I went to see what the problem was, she showed me what appeared to be blood stains on the towel. I handed her another, and said we'd deal with it in the morning. The bedding is strange, as it consists of the following from top to bottom: a flat sheet, a heavy comforter, and another flat sheet, then the bottom sheet (which you lay on), is another larger flat sheet, haphazardly tucked into the mattress. It's a tropical location, so we didn't understand why there was a heavy comforter, but we were too tired to care and went to sleep. The next morning, I got out of bed and stared in horror at the disgusting, blood-stained comforter I had been sleeping beneath. In the night, the sheets had become dislodged, revealing the comforter that had been sandwiched between them. It was a matted, stained mess. We got dressed, and on our way down to breakfast, we notified the same front desk attendant from the night before (apparently he never leaves), and he nonchalantly said "ok." After the room was cleaned, we received clean towels, but the comforter was still on the bed. Feeling powerless to address legitimate sanitary concerns, we took the comforter off and put it on the floor, and went about trying to have a better day. We went to the pool, which is gorgeous - it's an expansive pool, but shallow (~3.5ft), and excellent for relaxing and taking in the immense beauty. We ordered a few things to eat from the snack bar - I had the chicken wings (I enjoyed them), my wife had a burger (also enjoyable). I ordered a margarita, which I found had a peculiar flavour, much like sugar-free drinks. After that, I tried a shot of mezcal, which was smokey and enjoyable. My wife had a Long Island cocktail, as well as a shot of mezcal, and she found the drinks to be good. Over the course of the next 4 hours, we each had another cocktail, and the bartender, Elio, brought us over some sort of rainbow coloured shot before closing. Within maybe 10-15min of drinking the rainbow shot, we left the pool and went to the room to shower and get ready for dinner. I remained fine, but while I was watching the news, I heard a crash and went to find my wife stumbling around the bathroom incoherently. I helped her to the bed, and spent the next 3 hours watching her speak incoherently, blackout, and so on. At around 9pm, we made it down to dinner, during which she stated she had no memory of leaving the pool, had no idea how she made it to the room, didn't know what time it was, etc. I showed her a video I had made to document the event, and she stated she had no memory of any of it. Our waiter came over and asked if we would like a drink, and I said no, and ordered a coffee for my wife, and a few bottles of water. The waiter laughed and asked if Elio had made our drinks, which made me question whether Elio is known for making strong drinks, or for putting something in those drinks. The next morning, we ate breakfast and opted for a massage before leaving. The massage was 60min, and cost a total of $100USD for the two of us. The masseuse was nice, and although it felt good, I could tell she didn't really know what she was doing. In many ways, the massage was representative of our entire experience at Le Reve: A great deal which, at times, felt good, but was executed ineptly. We only stayed 2 nights, and it was the knowledge that it would be over soon that kept us going. We found the grounds to be beautiful, and the rooms certainly have potential, but the linens and towels were disgusting, the staff poorly trained (except Eduardo, our server from the restaurant, he was top-notch), and both made it so that we will never return, and cannot recommend the property. As an aside, we cannot understand why the well-lit, shallow pool closes at 7pm?! This seems an easily fixable policy which would improve their guest experience.

Medic_334 - Cambridge, Massachusetts

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