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BOOK ACCOMMODATIONS ONLINE

CONTENTS
Accommodations
Activities
Business Hours
Children
Climate Charts
Courses
Customs
Dangers & Annoyances
Discount Cards
Embassies & Consulates
Festivals & Events
Food
Gay & Lesbian Travelers
Holidays
Insurance
Internet Access
Legal Matters
Maps
Money
Photography & Video
Post
Shopping
Solo Travelers
Telephone & Fax
Time
Toilets
Tourist Information
Travelers with Disabilities
Visas
Women Travelers
Work

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ACCOMMODATIONS
Two storms in 2007 hit the region hard, devastating tourist infrastructure in Tabasco,
parts of Chiapas and southern Quintana
Roo. Hurricane Dean (see boxed text, p133)
wiped out the southern Quintana Roo town
of Mahahual, destroying the port and leveling most hotels. We were on the ground
just weeks after the disaster and were unable
to complete our research, so we did the next
best thing and arranged for American expat
Kevin Graham to update as much as possible closer to press time. Dean also affected
some hotels and restaurants around Laguna
Bacalar and Chetumal, but all were up and

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running – though a bit windswept – by the
time we passed through. The other big storm
of the year (see boxed text, p228) buried 80%
of Tabasco under water, and caused several
landslides in Chiapas. In order to get the most
up-to-date info, we did a phone update of our
Tabasco material after the flooding subsided.
The good news is that the Yucatán Peninsula
has finally recovered (for the most part) from
2005’s Hurricane Wilma (see boxed text, p59),
which wiped out many Caribbean coastal destinations, including Cancún, Isla Cozumel,
Isla Holbox, Puerto Morelos and, to a lesser
extent, Playa del Carmen.
Accommodations in the Yucatán range
from hammocks and cabanas to hotels of every
imaginable standard to world-class luxury
resorts. This book divides accommodations
into three price ranges: budget (where a typical room for two people costs under M$400),
midrange (M$400 to M$900) and top end
(above M$900).
Budget accommodations include camping...
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© Lonely Planet Publications
ACCOMMODATIONS
Two storms in 2007 hit the region hard, dev-
astating tourist infrastructure in Tabasco,
parts of Chiapas and southern Quintana
Roo. Hurricane Dean (see boxed text, p133 )
wiped out the southern Quintana Roo town
of Mahahual, destroying the port and lev-
eling most hotels. We were on the ground
just weeks after the disaster and were unable
to complete our research, so we did the next
best thing and arranged for American expat
Kevin Graham to update as much as possi-
ble closer to press time. Dean also affected
some hotels and restaurants around Laguna
Bacalar and Chetumal, but all were up and
running – though a bit windswept – by the
time we passed through. The other big storm
of the year (see boxed text, p228 ) buried 80%
of Tabasco under water, and caused several
landslides in Chiapas. In order to get the most
up-to-date info, we did a phone update of our
Tabasco material after the flooding subsided.
The good news is that the Yucatán Peninsula
has finally recovered (for the most part) from
2005’s Hurricane Wilma (see boxed text, p59 ),
which wiped out many Caribbean coastal des-
tinations, including Cancún, Isla Cozumel,
Isla Holbox, Puerto Morelos and, to a lesser
extent, Playa del Carmen.
Accommodations in the Yucatán range
from hammocks and cabanas to hotels of every
imaginable standard to world-class luxury
resorts. This book divides accommodations
into three price ranges: budget (where a typi-
cal room for two people costs under M$400),
midrange (M$400 to M$900) and top end
(above M$900).
Budget accommodations include camping
grounds, hammocks, palm-thatched cabanas,
backpacker hostels, guesthouses and econom-
ical hotels. Recommended accommodations
will be without frills but generally clean. Hotel
rooms, even in the budget range, usually have
a private bathroom containing hot shower,
toilet and washbasin. (In this book rooms
are assumed to have private bathroom unless
otherwise stated.)
Midrange accommodations are chiefly
hotels. In some areas of the Yucatán M$400
can get you a cozy, attractively decorated room
in a friendly small hotel. Many of the region’s
most appealing and memorable lodgings are
in the midrange bracket – small or medium-
sized hotels, well cared for, with a friendly
D ir e ctory
Accommodations 247
Activities 250
Business Hours 250
Children 250
Climate Charts 251
Courses 251
Customs 251
Dangers & Annoyances 252
Discount Cards 253
Embassies & Consulates 253
Festivals & Events 253
Food 254
Gay & Lesbian Travelers 255
Holidays 255
Insurance 255
Internet Access 255
Legal Matters 256
Maps 256
Money 257
Photography & Video 258
Post 258
Shopping 259
Solo Travelers 260
Telephone & Fax 260
Time 262
Toilets 262
Tourist Information 262
Travelers with Disabilities 262
Visas 262
Women Travelers 264
Work 265
CONTENTS
BOOK ACCOMMODATIONS ONLINE
For more accommodations reviews and rec-
ommendations by Lonely Planet authors,
check out the online booking service at
www.lonelyplanet.com. You’ll find the true,
insider lowdown on the best places to stay.
Reviews are thorough and independent.
Best of all, you can book online.
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