Puerto Morelos

Puerto Morelos Travel Guide

Articles about Puerto Morelos

By Ann Shields

All-inclusive resorts that deliver surprising luxuries, service, and cuisine at an affordable (and predictable) price.

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Carrie Nieman Culpepper
Stay The new Azul Villa Carola (from $3,500 a week) is a 10,700-square-foot, six-bedroom former residence with its own outdoor pool, butler, chef, and a spectacular beachfront location. For a more affordable option, Rancho Sak-Ol (doubles from $9...

Hotels in Puerto Morelos

Located just 25 minutes from the Cancun airport, Rancho Sak-Ol is a beachfront bed and breakfast. Known for antique furnishings, ocean views, and a relaxing atmosphere, in-room amenities include terraces with hammocks, open-air windows, and private baths.

Restaurants in Puerto Morelos

Up-and-coming chef John Gray and his Mexican mother-in-law opened this 36-seat waterside restaurant. Locals gather for Sunday dinners of fresh fish, ribs, and vegetables, grilled on the barbecue.

Things to do in Puerto Morelos

Snap up beach reads, bestsellers, classics, tomes on Maya culture, and local guidebooks and maps—the largest selection of (mostly used) English-language books in the Yucatán—at this inviting warren of overflowing wooden bookshelves reminiscent of a college-campus hangout.