Casa de los Sueños
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Located in Isla Mujeres, Casa de los Sueños is by the ocean and convenient to Capitán Dulché Museum and Mundaca House. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Tortugranja Turtle Farm and Crayola House.
Make yourself at home in one of the 10 individually decorated guestrooms. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 2 outdoor swimming pools and a complimentary water park. This resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and a television in a common area.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Casa de los Sueños. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include multilingual staff and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Located on the south side of Isla Mujeres, Casa de los Suenos is a beautiful boutique hotel with a stunning view of crystal blue waters and Cancun. Attached to the hotel is the restaurant Kin Ha with great guacamole, crab cakes and more. The staff at both Casa de los Suenos and Kin Ha are friendly and fantastically helpful. Whether you need a towel or a taxi or a tour, they go above and beyond. When we had to miss the complimentary breakfast because we had to leave early for a tour they made packed lunches for us for free so we had something to eat. I would never have thought to ask for something like that and was blown away at the offer of that kind of service.
This place has really improved. You dont have to pay a fee just to walk in. They have a GREAT bar and set up for playing on the beach. You have to pay a few deposits or very small fees but it is worth it. The food is really great. They have a cheeseburger that doesn't taste like probably every other burger you've ever had in Mexico. They actually found a source of real beef.
Drinks are good and the pool is nice. I've never stayed there but I did look at the presidential suite and it is huge. I'd stay at this place for sure.
The place is located on the sea and tanning beds are scattered throughout the place.
3 swimming pools, one with a drinking bar and food
The place serves snorkel and sapp free all day long
We paid 300 pesos, which they entered as extra, and we could order food and drink
It is required to transfer an entire day.
By chance when I was looking at places to stay. I ran across this boutique read reviews on it saw some pictures and I was sold. Upon arrival the entrance to the boutique was very different then your typical hotel lobbies. Once got across the door it was amazing you can see the blue ocean it's open the sitting area is neat. I also saw an empty pool that is being worked on but that's okay. Our room name was Harmony it was perfect the balcony ocean view was nice. The beds were a little to hard I opted to sleep on the sofa. The room did have a slight smell of sewage it was coming from the restroom. The rooms don't have no t.v.'s I thought that was a change for once. We arrived late in the evening kids were hungry we decided to go down to the hotel restaurant. The setting was nice but omg the mosquitoes were fierce! They brought out some big spray and lit up a citronella candle it helped! Food was good. The stay comes with free breakfast their French toast is delish! Disappointed that the zip line and the slide to the pool were closed down and we found out they will not be reopened due to a severe injury that occurred on the water slide. But, the paddle boats canoes snorkel equipment made up for it. And just like other reviews it is disappointing that non hotel guest get to walk in without paying to use the services. There should be a hotel guest and visitors area. I would have to wake up early to get a beach chair aside so that others wouldn't take them all. The swim up bar pool was great the bartenders are all awesome as all the staff. Omar was very friendly. I got the spa massage with awesome classical music in the back ground it was relaxing perfect! I would definitely go back and recommend this to my friends. Can it wait to go back. This time we will have them bring a golf cart that's the way to do it on the island.
In spite of a 2 day tropical storm, we had a wonderful 5 days at this boutique hotel. The minute we walked into the courtyard I knew we made the right choice. We were checked in quickly and given an ice cold cerveza. Perfect after a long flight and ferry ride. Our room was on the main level by the pool, overlooking the ocean. The main level pool was being refurbished (they are finishing the tile now) but that did not bother us a bit. Our view of the ocean and easy access to the stairs leading down the hill to the restaurant, pool, and ocean patio were great. We had delicious meals and drinks our entire stay and the staff was wonderful. Guacamole and ceviche while sipping an ice cold cocktail in paradise? Yes please. A few days in, we had the best massages. I highly suggest you sign up once you are there. They happen in this fantastic area that is off to the side in the hotel. Imagine classical music echoing off the vaulted ceiling in this beautiful private space while getting a superb massage. We had a golf cart delivered to the hotel our first day so that we could get the lay of the land. (We didn't let the rain stop us, donning glamorous trash bag ponchos). The rest of the time we walked or took cabs. Always ask the hotel to call a taxi to be safe. And when in town, go to the taxi station to get one. Cons? Well it turns out that when in paradise you can expect mosquitos (so many bites, so much bug spray and Benadryl) and a surprise roommate our first night - a scorpion in the shower. So look in the corners, put your shoes and everything you own up off the floor. I also did not love the constant, loud disco-like music down at the restaurant and water park. Wouldn't it be nice to have something softer playing for breakfast and dinner? I'm in my forties, maybe younger guests like this? I consider those a small price to pay for a fabulous adventure. Casa de los Suenos, thank you for a beautiful trip. I look forward to indulging in a breakfast of french toast, chilaquiles, and sangria by the ocean again.