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
We stayed for 4 nights in September and had a fabulous time. Our room was spotless with interesting decor, and included a balcony with great views of the ocean and Cancun. Nahim was especially helpful and all the staff were kind and thoughtful. A wonderful breakfast served on the beachfront area was included and the small extra charge for the latte was well spent. An excellent boutique hotel located on the quiet southern part of Isla. We walked to Punta Sur and several other bars/restaurants in the area, and it is easy to pick up a cab into town for 100 pesos.
We were treated like royalty from the moment we arrived to the point at which we said goodbye.
This hotel is lovely. The rooms are specious (we had an ocean view double). There were a couple of ceiling fans as well as air conditioning. The beds were comfortable and pillows fluffy and puffy. Although basic, we loved the room but don’t expect a TV or tea/ coffee making facilities (only available in certain rooms).
There is a hotel guest pool, which itself is warm and inviting, and a few sun loungers of you don’t fancy venturing out or down to the park. I have to say, each and every reception staff member greeted us with a smile and they looked after us very well indeed!
The park (linked to the hotel) is great also. They have three pools (one is a bar pool), lots of sun loungers and a great food and drink menu. Staff were again extremely welcoming and really looked after us the entire time. The Park does get busy from lunchtime onwards but there are always enough staff so your not kept waiting long to be served. There is direct access into the sea (sea shoes advisable from the odd sea erchin) and you can use snorkelling gear or kayaks free of charge. We found the breakfasts delicious and the all day menu was also great, and reasonably priced. The drinks are hotel prices but not too expensive.
Listen, I could go on but you get the idea... this hotel and park are worthy of a 5* review and we’d definitely return one day :)
HUGE thanks to Omar (Park Manager), the waiters and Erran our favourit barman. Thanks also to the hotel staff for really making our holiday special. It was my wife’s birthday whilst we were there and she as treated to glass of bubbles and a signature desert.
Was it worth the 10 hour flight from the UK... You bet it was!
Karl and Julia
A load of the reviews for this place are for the water park rather than the hotel. Understandable as the park has devoured the hotel. The hotel itself is ok, it's a bit tired and when we were staying they were repairing the private pool for the presidential suite which made it rather noisy. To call it boutique is a bit misleading. Yes it only has 10 rooms but it runs a skeleton staff. All facilities for the hotel are in the water park. Want breakfast? Go to the water park. Want a drink? Go to the water park. So relaxing by the hotel pool is not great as no one is there to serve you and they have nothing to offer. The hotel also acts as a thoroughfare for the water park which is a bit annoying as our room was directly on this route.
The water park itself is fun. The staff are lovely and very attentive. The location is great, the food is good and setting is stunning. However it's free for anyone to enter as long as you buy a drink. Two days in a row about 60 odd people all turned up at once and there was no space for any hotel guests, except for the 8 beds reserved for 10 rooms. They proceeded to get smashed all day and turn every activity on offer into an Instagram photo shoot which meant none of them were available... It wasnt quite the relaxing experience we were hoping for.
The hotel gives you a blue paper wristband to mark you out as a hotel guest when in the park. To underline the hotel's insignificance it has the name of the water park rather than the hotel. The only difference this wristband makes is a tan line.
If all the facilities are in the park and you get no benefits once in the park as a hotel guest, why not just swerve the hotel and visit the park? You'll feel less resentful when the day guests descend.
This is the place to be! Perfect views and the most attentive staff ever. Could not praise bartenders Aaron and Julio enough...they will go above and beyond to take care of you! Clean rooms and great amenities!
We had visited this property 3 years ago and loved it so we booked a week there this time. The property has been bought by a new owner and they are working hard to make it better. There are 10 rooms. We stayed in Paz which is on the second floor and has a great view. The trip started a little rough with no hot water for 2 days. It is Mexico. Also the upstairs pool was being repaired. It was ready in 3 days. The rooms have great beds with great linens. There are no TVs so get use to it. Kind of nice. The restaurant is down by the 3 other pools and breakfast was included. They have snorkeling equipment, kyaks and other water toys. The lower section is open to the public for a fee. That can make it crowded as it is becoming a popular spot. They do have cabanas reserved for guest and will reserve a chair and umbrella if you want. It has the most beautiful setting I have seen.