We wanted a quiet, relatively cheap hotel with a Kitchenette, and we discovered it. The Hotel is three blocks over the Highway (Federal) and close to the Chedraui grocery store. The building across the street has a small pool.
We’re older, but could easily walk the 25 minutes or so to 5th Ave, in which the activity is in Playa Del Carmen. We were here for a month and got to know Ephram, Inez and Gracia, the finest of each the helpful staff. We have loved our stay here, and can’t recommend it enough.
Before arriving at Casaejido, I stayed a few nights in a hotel in the center very close to the beach, stores, restaurants, quite convenient. Casaejido is farther from all the bustle & hustle of this center; it’s in a quiet part of Playa del Carmen. When I arrived, I did not know what to expect and that I was amazed the gorgeous place I had all for myself, big area, huge terasse (with hammock ) it was on the top floor with the view on the tropical too large garden — nicely equipped kitchen.
I did not head to walk into the shore about 25 minutes (good exercise ), or taxis are inexpensive. I felt safe, and at home, for me it was great, I would go back on my next trip to Playa del Carmen. I suppose there are different rooms and accommodations on the home; my place was called Lili. We got recommendations for jeep tour in cozumel really close to the hotel. Sounds interesting!
I’ve been to Playa a few times and fancied being somewhat further away from the noisy main stretch using its drunk tourists and burning music. This place was a fantastic spot for it! We rented one of the studio flats that are three blocks in the reception and the other two houses. We had a small kitchen and dining area, bathroom and bedroom with one king and two single beds. It was tremendous and Fantastic value for money.
The pool in that property is rather small and is directly in front of 2 other apartments sliding doors, so we went spent our time chilling by another pool from the park with all the thatched roof.
Great place to stay! It is a bit of a walk (20-25 min) to get to the first stretch along with the shore but wasn’t any trouble. We had a small sweaty step up with all our bags when we initially arrived from the ADO bus stop at 5th and Benito Juarez, but that’s just because we’re too cheap to get a taxi.