To most travelers who head to Riviera Maya the word ‘palapa’ is associated with one thing – vacation. The thatched palapa roofs are found all over the Yucatan peninsula, covering bungalows, beach umbrellas, bars, restaurants and even ethno-chic hotels. And La Palapa Hotel is great proof of this.
Nestled on the sugary white sands of the secluded Isla Holbox beach, La Palapa truly brings together the essence of a laid-back, relaxing, yet memorable beach vacation. Here, the turquoise waters of the Caribbean are calm and clear. Slender palm trees grow right out of the white sand, providing cool shade from the warm Caribbean sun. And palapa-roofed hotels fit perfectly into the tropical paradise landscape.
Offering 15 spacious rooms just a few steps away from the sea, Hotel la Palapa makes it really easy to unwind, disconnect and fall under the spell of breathtaking views and awe-inspiring Caribbean sunsets.
Eco Studio rooms are the most budget-friendly, featuring a queen-size, air-conditioned bedroom, a private bathroom and a small kitchenette. Armonia rooms are furnished with one or two double beds and, in addition to superior organic amenities, offer a private patio or a terrace with a great sea view.
The two Cielito Lindo rooms stand out for their jaw-dropping ocean view, highlighted by expansive panoramic windows, and a private terrace that is great for relaxing with a good book and enjoying the peace and quiet.
The Bungalows represent an authentic two-level Caribbean house with its typical palapa thatched roof, cozy kitchenette, a queen-sized bedroom and a private outside patio, furnished with a hammock for sweet siestas. All of the Hotel La Palapa rooms come with private bathroom and typical seashell shower head (see more room details in the Amenities section below).
The premises of the Hotel La Palapa also include a Holistic Space (dedicated to relaxing massages, yoga sessions and holistic therapies) and Casa Nostra beach restaurant. It is really hard not to gain a few pounds with a large variety of mouth-watering dishes and snacks, served at Casa Nostra restaurant. What’s the solution? Fill your days with fun beach activities!
For example, if you are planning your trip to Isla Holbox anytime from June through September, include a snorkeling with whale sharks’ tour to your must-do activities list. It is a magical experience that you are guaranteed to remember for years to come!
But before you do that, make sure that you book La Palapa Hotel! This tropical paradise has been getting increasingly popular amongst travelers, looking to get away from the busyness and city crowds.
We represent so many small, quaint facilities, privately-owned homes and we coordinate availability with local people. Add Hotel La Palapa to your inquiry, we will get back with you, confirm availability and of course, answer any question you might have!
|2014 Dates||1 Double bed or 2 Double bed room||Extra person|
|Jan 7 – Apr 11||$ 117.00||$ 24.00|
|Apr 12 – Apr 20||$ 145.00||$ 24.00|
|Apr 21 – Jun 30||$ 90.00||$ 24.00|
|Jul 1 – Aug 31||$ 129.00||$ 24.00|
|Sep 1 – Oct 30||$ 94.00||$ 24.00|
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Restaurants in the Yucatan
|There are lots of places to try Yucatecan, Mayan, and Mexican food in small villages and cities in the Yucatan. Haciendas, small family restaurants, and international cuisine can be found throughout the area.|
|• Los Dos – Merida|
|• Hacienda Xcanatun – Yucatan|
|• Rosas y Xocolate – Merida|
|• Taberna de los Frailes – Valladolid|
|We have made some suggestions but there are more places to enjoy and discover in the Yucatan. Read our Local Scoop stories or jump on the forum to find other recommendations.|
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