Villa Vera Puerto Isla Mujeres is an elegant 4 star hotel particularly popular with the yachting crowd and fronts the Lagoon Macax just 5 minutes from busy Downtown Isla Mujeres. Hotel Villa Vera has 24 bedrooms all delicately decorated in fine Mexican Caribbean style, all air conditioned. The fantastic pool area is located among sumptuous tropical gardens adorned with coconut palms and in itself is a sight to behold.
Villa Vera Puerto Isla Mujeres Rooms & Facilities
All Suites are finely furnished with soft tone colors and wooden detail and sleep up to 4 people. Each features a good sized living dining area and a luxury hydro massage bathtub situated on the spacious private balcony. The most convenient option for families are the villas. Each villa guestroom sleeps up to 6 people and provides an equivalent level of comfort to be found in a private house, all are equipped with a luxury hydro massage bathtub.
All rooms are air conditioned with ceiling fan and provided with iron and ironing board, coffee maker, microwave, blender, toaster plus satellite TV. Daily newspaper and bathrobes are complimentary.
The hotel has a tennis court and spa as well as its magnificent pool and is wheelchair accessible. Wedding and meeting room facilities are also available. Babysitters, a doctor and concierge service are available if required.
The island of Isla Mujeres is located a short ferry hop across from the mainland of Cancun and is definitely worth a day visit if not only solely for the ferry ride across shimmering azul blue waters.
Address: Puerto de Abrigo Prolongación Aeropuerto, Laguna Makax. Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo.
Parking Lot: Available without charge.
Villa Vera Puerto Isla Mujeres Restaurants & Bars
El Mangle Restaurant: Serves exquisite dishes both Mexican and International cooked to a high quality using the best ingredients and overlooking the tranquil lagoon.
El Higo Bar: Is situated poolside and serves a wide variety of National and International drinks and delicious cocktails sure to quench your thirst in the hot Mexican sunshine.