- Local places
Teatro Cirque du Soleil
Joya Cirque du Soleil, An experience for the senses in a magnificent scenery.
We recommend the Mexicans favorite taco al pastor, tacos filled with marinated pork. If you’re into burritos, try a taco de harina, with the filling of your preference. You’re really hungry? Try the taco loco.
La Perla Pixan Cuisine & Mezcal Store
La Perla Pixan Cuisine and Mezcal Store: make your dinner a whole Mexican experience. You can go with exotic snacks like “chapulines” (grasshoppers) or, if you feel less adventurous, try the tamales. Tamales are corn dough filled with meet, sweet pepper or mole, steamed in banana or corn leafs.
La Parrilla MEXICAN GRILL
La Parilla: a place that entertains you with live Mariachi music. One of their specialties is cochinita pibíl, the most traditional plate of the Yucatán peninsula. It is made of pork meat baked in banana leafs, and marinated with Mayan seeds and spices.
Mandala Playa del Carmen
Mandala: at two blocks from Playa Palms Beach Hotel, at the corner with the 1st Avenue, is a multi-level nightclub, with a huge Buddha statue watching over the scene. Continue to stroll down the 12th street towards Playa Palms Beach Hotel, and on your left you will pass by the cow-themed La Vaquita Club, where after your first 1-liter-drink you stop wondering about the huge plastic cows hanging from the ceiling. These clubs play mostly dance music, Reggaeton and Hip Hop.
Santanera: one block away, at the 10th street between 5th and 10th Avenue. From the neon DJ-Jesus telling you that “you are forgiven” to the spectacular view from the top floor, and the excellent electronic music playing until after sunrise, this club sure is a unique experience. Ask at the front desk of Playa Palms Beach Hotel for your free entrance plus welcome drink.
If you want to watch your game enjoying a tasty burger in a fun atmosphere, this is your place to be. In the outside seating area it’s more about the party. But inside you can watch just about anything that can be called sport, with main focus on US events, and even bet on the sports that are shown. Tequila Barrel is only a few walking minutes from Hotel Playa Palms, right on the 5th Avenue, between 10th and 12th street.
Legends Sport Bar
This is probably one of the local’s favorite sports bar. They have, believe it or not, 13 TVs and one giant screen where you can watch your game of choice. You can check out online which sporting events they are screening and they also have a billiard table. The bar is located on the 16th street, between the Avenues 10 and 15.
Playa del Carmen’s touristic main strip runs about 5 km (3 miles) parallel to the ocean.You will find shopping malls, restaurants,numerous stores that sell everything from cigars to sandals,hotels, bars,Mayan dancers,fire breathers.
Public Beach at Playacar
You reach this beautiful public beach by walking along the 5th Avenue until you see the Cozumel ferry, then cross Señor Frog’s. Or simply take a taxi. You can bring your own beverages and snacks.
Coco Bongo & 12th Street
The 12th street is where Playa del Carmen’s night life happens, its highlight the famous Coco Bongo Disco & Show. Between the beach and 10th Avenue you find all sorts of bars and clubs, from Blue Parrot’s beachfront club to the Salsanera, with the typical Mexican sounds of Salsa and Cumbia.
Blue Parrot Beach Club
Blue Parrot is Playa del Carmen’s new place to be. At the end of the 12th street, it’s just a few steps from Hotel Club Yebo. Ask at our front desk for a discount card. At Blue Parrot Beach Club you can enjoy the sun on a beach chair or lounger, dip in the crystal clear ocean or the pool and taste fresh made organic food and delicious drinks.
Tulum Town & Archaeological Site
Tulum is a small, tranquil town south of Playa del Carmen. Next to it you find the Mayan ruins, dramatically situated on a cliff overlooking one of the world’s most beautiful beaches and the Caribbean Sea.
Among the peninsula’s most picturesque and popular Mayan sites, the pyramid of Nohoch-Mul peaks dramatically out of the jungle. You can even climb the 120 steep steps to the top. Use a bike or a rickshaw to between the ancient buildings and cool off in the cenote.
This nature preserve is the longest partially flooded cave in the Yucatan peninsula. Since Rio Secreto is only partially flooded, visitors are able to hike, swim and snorkel throughout the publicly accessible areas of the cave system and view their majestic interiors.
he natural park is focused on Mexican culture and has a lot to do and see. Like a beautiful Mayan cemetery, many animals, an indoor-aquarium, or a hacienda. Take a break at the all you can eat buffets and make sure you don’t miss the epic show!
This aquatic themed natural park offers all kinds of fun activities: swim in cenotes, snorkel among colorful fishes, get your adrenaline pumped on zip-lines, discover native animals and plants or just relax in a beautiful lagoon or at one of the restaurants and bars.
Spend an adventurous day with high energy activities such as zip-lining over the jungle, driving an amphibious vehicle on off road trails, or cave rafting on subterranean rivers. Still your hunger afterwards at the all you can eat buffet.
Aktun-Chen Natural Park
This amazing natural park in the middle of the jungle offers adventure and fun in underground cenotes and above it on zip-lines, suspension bridges and with a wildlife zoo.
Cenote Chaak Tun
The still relatively unknown cenote just outside of Playa del Carmen is a hidden gem with huge stalactites and stalagmites to admire.
Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
In the Riviera Maya there is no place alike. 1986 Sian Ka’an was declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. It contains tropical forests, mangroves and a large marine section with a coral reef and is home to an exceptional diversity of species; like jaguars, pumas, tapirs, dolphins, crocodiles and over 300 species of birds.
Once you leave the tourist area behind, you discover a genuine paradise. Dive and snorkel in one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, swim in crystal clear water or just discover the island on a rented scooter or jeep. Insider’s tip: Marvel at the many starfish at Playa el Cielo – which traduces to “heaven” for a reason.
The small town is famous for its beautiful beach in a protected bay and lagoons. Its abundant marine life ensures a unique snorkel experience – swim in the coral reef among turtles, sting rays and colorful fishes!
Hotel Club Yebo
The corner of 1st Avenue and 14th Street,Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo 77710 Mexico.
The 2 bedroom 1 bath was perfect for our family.Via Mobile
Great location and price!Dawn826 - Minnesota
Our Third time and still Love it.LeonardB - Canadá
Loved this placeMaria R - Prairie