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Guest Reviews: 5 comments found for this hotel: 5 :: 0
Note that we arrived only 3 months after Hurricane Wilma, where many hotels were destroyed. Clipper Club had managed to get its garden back in shape, and the solid construction of the buildings had not suffered so much damage as many of the others. We had a large suite with kitchen, which allowed us to at least eat breakfast there to save money. The travel agent arranged 2 great tours for us - to Chichen Itza and Tulum/Xel-Ha (fantastic!), but we were initially bombarded with free lunch to learn about time-shares, which they had a hard time understanding we weren't interested in. Otherwise, what we didn't like is that it is located near several all-night bars with very noisy music. The worst was a bar that apparently opened at 3:30 am with blasting techno-music.
Barbara Yelverton, e-mail withheld, 2006-01-24
Cancun Clipper was very good, but very annoying to have someone constantly harass you to “get a free breakfast” but a come on to sell time share - to say no once should be enough.
Barry Peters, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2006-01-17
Outstanding service, beautiful surroundings.
Krissy, e-mail withheld, 2005-10-23
The hotel Cancun Clipper was great for the price we paid. Right in the heart of all the action. Walking distance to Senor Frogs and all the other hot spots. Beds are a little hard, nice views of the lagoon, great place to unwind.
Rahul, e-mail withheld, 2005-03-15
We stayed at this hotel for our honeymoon in August 2000 and the staff was very friendly. We could not fault the Clipper Club's central location; you could walk to the main shopping areas. However we had 100's of small sandy colored bugs crawling over the counters. The management had the room cleaned a few times and then when this didn't solve the problem they had the room fumigated which did eradicate the bugs. Also the room key failed to work on several occasions, and the staff would replace the batteries with second hand ones each time, causing the same fault within an average of two days. But everything else was A1, if you stay at the Clipper Club try one of the lemonades from the pool bar. If the hotel offered All Inclusive we'd definitely go back there.
Roger & Andrea, e-mail withheld, 2005-02-07
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