June 20, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Le Reve Hotel & Spa in Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Just southeast of Cancun is the truly remarkable and lavishly appoi4nted Le RÍve 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 RÍve 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 RÍve Hotel & Spa combines a selection of ŗ 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 RÍve 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
Nearest Airport: CUN
Amenities for Le Reve Hotel & Spa
- General Information
- 23 Guest Rooms
- Wine Cellar
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Shuttle Service
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Private Gardens
- Rain Showers
- Scuba Diving
- Historic Sites
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for Le Reve Hotel & Spa
We recently stayed here for a week with the all inclusive package, which is the first time we had done this. Was a little nervous as had heard so much bad stuff about all inclusive, that it was constant processing of both people and food etc.. Le Reve is so far removed from this it's magical. Drink and food were available at all times, which is kind of the point I guess, but there were also set times when breakfast would be served, snack bar would open and then dinner would be served. There were theme nights too, along with a varied set menu. All meals being cooked fresh so be prepared to sit and enjoy your pre dinner drinks as, compared to the speed of delivery of your food in the UK, service can take a while.. this however is not a criticism ... more of a recommendation for travellers to learn to accept it, its worth the wait. We had 2 trips planned also, and pick up time was before breakfast time, but we received fresh bagels and coffee to have to set us up for the day .. you have to request this but once again nothing was too much trouble. So enough on the food, what about the hotel and the staff. Hotel was spotless and the pride the owners and staff take in the place was tangible, pool, pool side, beach, reception and rooms were all immaculate. The Resteraunt and snack bar staff, Nico, Alberto, Freddy, Denny and Eduardo were beyond friendly and very helpful (hope I haven't forgotten anyone). The only downside was the very evident timeshare team, one guy coming over to talk to us, which is fine, but he then continued to talk to us for 40 mins, our lunch had arrived about 10 mins into this very one sided conversation but his filter for politeness was obviously broken that day and he carried on talking about himself while we tried to eat our lunch. However this does not detract from anything I have stated about the hotel, this is more a reflection of an experience with one individual. Would highly recommend a stay here for anyone wanting to get away and feel kind of spoilt for a week.
Sarah R - North Wales, United Kingdom
This place was very nice, not a 5 star resort but really clean!!! The restort is not the most accessible for someone with a disability but the staff are there to help when ever you might need it. The resort does not serve buffet style but you can order whatever you like off their menus. The food was so well prepared and very delicious!!! The staff were excellent and worked hard at getting to know you and your likes both in food and drinks. Our room was nice, but we only had the garden view, really hoped we could have the ocean view but none were available. The resort's beach and pool areas were beautiful and there were plenty of chairs and cabanas everyday. The staff were always willing to move the lounge chairs where we desired them
judybX5250GP - Red Wing
I was traveling solo; looking for peace and quiet, good service and sun. I got it all. The staff was friendly and accommodating in every way. Very responsive and efficient. Don't let the name of the restaurant, "Merlot" fool you into thinking they know wine. This is Mexico. They know tequila. The wine (mind you, I'm from Oregon; the land of incredible Pinot Noir) is terrible. Stick with cocktails. They are great. The food is excellent and there is plenty of variety. Walking up or down the beach from this hotel, you will find a couple of public beaches and plenty of the larger resort hotels. But you don't feel the chaos from here. I had two deep tissue massages while I was there. Make sure you're very specific about what you're looking for before you begin about what areas you want to cover and it'll be easier to make pressure adjustments while in process. I am not super self conscience, so was ok. They may not be as modest as you are ;>)
emkoss - Eugene, Oregon
What's the best way to start your vacation...with a FREE ROOM UPGRADE! We went from a small room to a large room with 2 Queen Sized Beds on the third floor with great views of the ocean. Originally it was going to be 1 Queen and 1 Roll-in-Bed for our 9-year old daughter. The Hotel is beautiful, the rooms, the pool, the beach, the restaurant...EVERYTHING! The entire staff was wonderful...the person at the Check-In Desk, the waiters, the bar staff and cleaning staff...all great people. The food was amazing...no crummy buffets and this hotel, the all inclusive plan allows you to order whatever you want from the various menus they offer...they change every day or so and something they have a theme menu. So why 4-Stars and not 5-Stars...because it takes FOREVER to get your food. It does not matter whether it's breakfast, lunch, dinner or something from the snack bar/grill...it does not matter if there is only 1 other table being served or if there are 10 tables being served...the wait it painfully long. We stayed for 7 nights and our record wait time from start to finish for breakfast was 1.5 hours, our record for dinner was 2.5 hours. Oh yeah...they also don't enforce there "Non-smoking throughout" rule which is published on there website. What we loved about the hotel was that it's small...I believe they have 30 rooms, regretfully things will soon be changing for the worse, they purchased the lot next door and plan on adding 70+ rooms. That means there may be over 200 or some additional guests and I fear that will destroy the charm of the "little" gem. On a side note, the photos on the Hotel's Web Site show a very beautiful beach, this is 100% true, but what they don't show you is directly to the left is a PUBLIC BEACH followed by a Huge Resort and to the right is a bunch of other beach goer attractions...this equates to lots of foot traffic and the occasional local camping out directly in front of the hotel...I believe all beaches in Mexico are public.
MileHighDude5280 - Westminster, Colorado
We were there for a week, the crew is incredible, the food excellent, but the room need maintenance, the a/c dripping, be carefully with the sales department, wherever they say ask, don't be surprised, not all sales are honest ūüėē