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Property LocationWith a stay at Beach Energy by BFH, you'll be centrally located in Playa del Carmen, steps from Quinta Avenida and Playa del Carmen Main Beach. This hotel is 0.7 mi (1 km) from Mamitas Beach Club and 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Playa del Carmen Maritime Terminal. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Quinta Avenida - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Playa del Carmen Main Beach - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi 3D Museum of Wonders - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Calle Corazón \- 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- Central Square - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- Nuestra Senora del Carmen Catholic...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesPoolOutdoor Pool.
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Reviewed 30 december, 2018
It all started with the reservation. They have a no cancel policy, so they charge you 30% after reservation. At least they should. But they tried to charge 100% and my card limitation did not allow it. After my phone call they charged only 30%. The rest should have been charged on the day of our arrival. But was charged a month earlier. The prices you see are not correct. They charge in mexican pesos and use some deffault currency rate which does not respond the reality. Rooms - we had 4 rooms on the floor 2. The only difference from a low rate hostel were our own bathrooms. But the ongoing problem with the wather made them unable to use. We repeatedly reported not flushing toilets, not running watter or too many watter on the floor (some leakage) at the desk, but they did not do anything. Either they couldnt, or they didn want to. Walls were dirty, on some spots forming a new environment with strange forms of life and the air was heavy, stinky, wet, dirty. Hard to breathe and sleep inside. It did not matter, beause the noise on the street would not let you. Due to missing or broken windows we could not block the noise from the streets. Wifi - worked only at the reception desk. Not on the rooms Breakfast - ok, but after few days some variations would be great. Totally not worth the price. And no vegetables at all. Highlight of the week - we have a cousin and his wife living in Playa del Carmen. They used to pick us up and we did some trips or bars. So they just came in, knocked our doors and we went out from this shitthole. The last day they showed us the hotel rules and tried to charge us 100 dolars for both of them as overnight stay. That was the point of my nerve breakdown. I refused to pay and shouted at the receptionist, that if they want us to pay for knocking at the door as overnight stay, then I want a refund for all the days the watter was not working, for the not working toilets and for the mold we had on our walls. He got angry, but we did not pay him. Avoid this hotel if you want to enjoy your stay in this town. It totally ruined our stay in Mexico and we were happy to leave.
Stay only if you like night life.
Reviewed 28 december, 2018
We paid $80 a night. We stayed in room 35 which was the quality of a $20 hostal. The two main lights were out Leaving us with just the small reading lamp all night. The shower head spit water in all different directions making it hard to find enough pressure in one spot to wash my hair. One of the bathroom windows was broken so you can’t shut the window to block out the noise. The bathroom door is also see-through. Who wants to be seen sitting on the toilet? The walls were dirty and needed a fresh coat of paint. The room had 2 double beds, But the blankets (which were tan fleece looking like they came from my grandmas basement 45 years ago) were only twin size. The clubs Nearby blasted a mix of bad American music til 4 am. And the bed was super hard. We asked to move to the 1st floor. After another guest checked out and they cleaned the room, we were able to move to room 5. The room still had terrible blankets, but the lights worked and the shower was better and the overall feel of the room was at least a $60 a night hotel. The only saving grace of hotel Mýa brick is that the court yard is beautiful. They have a lovely pool with beautiful trees and plants surrounding it that make it really nice and cozy. If you stay here, be sure to have the first floor. It cuts down on the noise tremendously and the rooms are much nicer. The online photos of the rooms and the breakfast are way better than what you actually get. The breakfast wasn’t terrible, but it wasnt as good as I expected according to the pictures on all their websites.
Mom/daughter Xmas vacation
Reviewed 21 december, 2018
We stayed two nights here in December before moving on to Cozumel. We did get a great deal on the room, however the property was lacking some basic necessities that should have been provided. I’ll start with the negative so we can finish on a positive note. Cons- the air conditioning only worked part of our stay, however being it was December, we weren’t to worried. It worked enough to keep the moisture out! We didn’t have any washcloths or soap in the room- 2 basic necessities that should’ve provided. No amenities are provided. It’s a bare bones kind of place. The beds were very hard, but I didn’t get a back ache, so no big deal! Our room was dirty with dust, sand, and general dirt on the floor when we arrived. It was much nicer after it was cleaned on the second day and we got some washcloths too! We were in room 33. Not fun traveling “ the stairs of death” with 50 pound luggage each 😐. Stay far away from a 3rd floor room! The worst thing for us was the lighting and electric sockets. We put our makeup on and got dressed in the dark, and there are only 2 plugs in the entire room. So if you have small electrics that need charging, bring a cord or adapter! Pros- the location is one of the best in PDC. Close to the ferry and ADO but stop. On 5th avenue and 1 block from the beach. Walking distance to many many restaurants, discos, shops. A beer store next door too! The staff was friendly, but not to talkative. Could have been a language barrier? Maybe. The breakfast was free and good. Just enough to get you through till lunch. The landscaping was beautiful. The grounds were very tropical feeling. Very relaxing. All in all, you get what you pay for. Stay away from the 3rd floor, bring an extension cord, and don’t forget any toiletries and you should be fine! IF I GO BACK, GROUND FLOOR ONLY! .....Also, don’t get it confused with the BRIC Hotel and spa. We got lost on our way there because my GPS said to go there instead of Mya BRIC. i called the desk and they helped us out quickly though
Reviewed 18 november, 2018
They have the most discusting reception staff i never had, hope the french women who work in that place left, she make this hotel horrible, with her actitud! I dont understand, this hotel is in MEXICO and you hired people from other countries, when you know Mexican staff has one of the best service!!
You get what you pay for
Reviewed 25 september, 2018
I would have written a positive review, as they pull off the whole "cheap hotel" thing well. However, my reservation was explicitly for double occupancy, yet they insisted on an additional guest paying extra. If you're a light sleeper, you may want to stay somewhere else as the surroundings are loud. It's quaint, cute and adequate but the photos are old and anyone discerning probably won't want to enter that pool. I'd go somewhere else if you're interested in having a pool. Or just get a better/cheaper hotel without a pool nearby and grab food/drinks/whatever at one of the local establishments with one like we did. They maintain it better. On a positive note, the guy who cooked breakfast returned an expensive camera to my room that I left on a table. He got a $20 tip. :)