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At a little less than $40 USD per night, this hotel is a bargain. The rooms, while nothing fancy, were clean and comfortable. I found all the staff to be very helpful despite my limited ability to speak Spanish. The food at the restaurant was...More
While visually the grounds are beautiful and the price reasonable the service was almost nil. We were 2 couples in 2 rooms. We each were provided with 1 bath towel. No hand towels and no bath (shower mat).
Both rooms had a distincly musty, unaired...More
Delores Alba in Merida is wonderful, although also has bad food. Not only is the hotel shabby, the manager is grumpy. My kids called him "Big Meanie". We had to change rooms several times in order to find two that didn't reek of mold &...More
I reserve through the hotel website, and change the date just 1 day before the check in. The hotel staff is very helpful to accept the last minute change.
The hotel is just off the old highway 180, all rooms facing the high way. It's...More
US$28 - US$75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.