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Very Good 618 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Daily full American breakfast is included the Jetsetter rate
  • Private setting within a yachting community
  • Expect resort amenities without resort crowds

What To Know

  • Nights are quiet, but Playa del Carmen’s clubs are a short drive (20 minutes) away
  • Expect some noise in the street-facing que
  • Beach is lined with sandbags to protect against erosion
  • Mosquitoes love the jungle setting — bring bug spray

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Boutique Riviera Maya stay between Cancun and Tulum, with just 30 rooms, a white sand beach and quiet scene

The Lowdown

Tucked between a yacht-filled marina and a meandering golf course, this 30-room hideaway has hammocks and Jacuzzis in all its breezy rooms. It packs a white beach, snorkel-worthy water and palapa pool bar into the mix, for a blissful Riviera Maya stay without cars or crowds. All of the rooms and suites, whether facing the sea, the marina or the garden, have a good-size balcony or terrace with a Jacuzzi, a white cotton hammock and a two-seat couch. Showers with glass doors that open to the outdoors are great fun, especially under starry skies. Besides the two pools, surrounded by padded blue lounge chairs, the palapa-shaded Piña Colada Jacuzzi Beach Bar caters to adults, while baskets filled with beach toys and an adjoining kiddie pool keep the little ones busy. There are four restaurants, including El Xenote, which serves Yucatan specialties like fish baked in banana leaves.

In the Area

Beyond the creature comforts, the Omni Puerto Aventuras is surrounded by the Yucatan’s natural beauty. Yachts and sailboats sway in the marina beside dolphins and sea turtles and at the beach, the on-site dive shop offers boat rides to nearby coral reefs swarming with sea creatures. Or you can hook a marlin with Puerto Aventura’s Sportfishing’s yachts, which depart from the marina. For golf lovers, the nine-hole Puerto Aventuras Golf Course winds through the property, and you can check out the booty from an 18th-century shipwreck at the Museo CEDAM, a small nautical and underwater museum in the commercial center at Puerto Aventuras.

How to Get There

Omni Puerto Aventuras Beach Resort
Km 269 5 Carretera Chetumal
Puerto Aventuras, 77750 Mexico

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 618 Reviews
Beware of Spa Membership
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have been staying in Puerto Adventuras for almost a month now in a condo. Have really enjoyed our stay. The last week here we decided to buy a week membership to the spa at the Omni. This entitles you to use the gym, chairs, & pools. The hotel common area seems very nice, but the pool is not kept very clean. The staff has been very rude to us. We were at the beach one day in one of the chairs. It is low season right now and the beach is virtually empty. A staff member came up to us and reminded us we were not to sit under the palapa. These were reserved for hotel guests only. It would have been different if there were any guests under them. I felt like we were being watched the rest of the day by one rude person in particular. We have spent money on drinks, had breakfast there one morning, and dinner one night, and tip well. We are a group of women in our 60’s.-70’s. It looks like they would value our patronage instead of being so offensive, especially since it is low season and there are not many guests at the Omni. I am retired and travel a lot, but rest assured I will NOT be staying in an Omni.
Mischelle Holland

A day at the beach and pool
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did not stayed at the hotel but we did use their pool and chairs for one day, the rate is 700 pesos per person and it includes 500 pesos in food and beverage credit. Pool is clean and well maintained, the beach had seaweed but they do clean it up every 1 or 2 day. If you want to be served and use a pool/beach for a day this is a good place in Aventuras

Resort Living
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of our favorite resorts in the area. It’s fun to be able to invite friends in to join you. Staff is friendly and quick to help out. Very clean and easy to navigate. Beach access is a plus! Pool is very spacious and include lots of water loungers which area my favorite! Good bar menu for both drink and food. You will smell the deep fryer by the swim up bar and won’t be able to resist the French fries. We sampled their sushi and were pleasantly surprised. We put this high on our list to return!

Omni Puerto Aventuras
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Best 30 room Omni I have ever been to! Angelica is a one woman show. There when I retire at night & back when I am up in morning. Efficient & resourceful. Great area with everything you need. Cafe Ole across the street has great food, drinks & Karaoke. Restaurants, bars, shopping & golf. Paradise Tours(office in the lobby)is great & reasonable. I would recommend staying a week there. Relaxing & great food.

Omni Puerto Aventuras
Reviewed 1 month ago

This place was very nice, very friendly staff and quiet to spend some quality time by the pool or beach.
The food was great and reasonably priced, lots of shops and things to do if you want to stay busy, or just enjoy your time there.