A Peek at Thompson Playa del Carmen’s Boho-Chic Beach House

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The pool at the new Beach House at Thompson Playa del Carmen. 
The pool at the new Beach House at Thompson Playa del Carmen.

The 27-guestroom and -suite oceanfront Beach House at Thompson Playa del Carmen recently made its debut in the heart of downtown Playa del Carmen on the heels of the main hotel’s November 2015 opening. Located a few blocks away from the main hotel on La Quinta Avenida, this villa-style luxury lifestyle hotel offers an intimate atmosphere with Terrace King, Double Queen, Ocean View Junior Suite, Ocean View Suite and Panoramic Suite room categories, all of which feature a furnished, private balcony, Mexican-inspired decor and sweeping ocean views.

In addition to a private check-in, guests staying in the Beach House have access to the hotel’s private cabana-lined pool and oceanfront lounge; beachfront restaurant, C Grille; and recreational amenities, including complimentary bicycles, beachfront yoga and boot camp fitness classes. Each week, guests are invited to participate in scheduled events, including a make-your-own-ceviche class with the hotel’s chef, a homemade sangria workshop, and oyster shucking and tastings. For a low-key evening, suggest your clients take advantage of the sangria and ceviche sunset hour, dive-in movies, dessert bonfires and Full Moon Parties, complete with live salsa and jazz.

Guests of the Beach House also have access to amenities at the main hotel, which Recommend’s editor-in-chief, Paloma Villaverde de Rico, gushed over in her Eye on the World: Thompson Playa del Carmen photo roundup, which you can read/see here. Room rates at the Beach House start at $405 per night. Room rates at the main hotel start at $240 per night. For more information, call (844) 823-8100 or visit thompsonhotels.com/hotels/thompson-playa-del-carmen.

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