We had a great time on our vacation. The location is excellent, the place was generally pretty quiet and uncrowded and it's very beautiful. While it is across the street from Sr. Frogs, we only heard noise really one night. The bus stop for both directions is directly in front of the property so this was great, too.
The views are fantastic. The Master Bedroom faces the balcony and the aqua blue sea, with glass on two sides of the room. Absolutely beautiful.
Also, soft beds! In some parts of Mexico, super-hard beds are the norm, but this was nice. Master bed had a King, BR2 had two full beds (queens maybe?), BR3 had three twins.
Our primary inconvenience was maintenance and infrastructure related. Water pressure was low in this particular unit, so low, there wasn't enough pressure to drive hot water all the way to the master bath, which was the furthest from the water heater. We adjusted by showering in the bathroom closest to the hot water heater. Also, the washer would take a long time to fill the tub due to the low pressure. Because of the low water pressure, we never tried the jet tub on the balcony. This problem is not unique to Mexico or the Cancun area, but it was disappointing for this seemingly luxurious property.
A couple of other items unique to this particular unit: There was water dripping from the ceiling in the kitchen. Also, while we had plenty of dishes, some but not a lot of pots and pans or cooking utensils. We donated a coffeemaker since there wasn't one when we arrived. If you plan to cook, consider the unit empty of food. You can take the bus to Chedraui or Walmart, but expect this will take you a couple hours. If you're taking the bus or a taxi there at 6pm, expect heavy traffic, which could take you 45 minutes just to get there.
WiFi access only by the bar at the pool. You'll need to ask for the password, the signal is pretty weak, and service is sometimes down. On the up side, it was good to disconnect.
Service at the bar has good food and drinks 9am-6pm, but it's cash only so come prepared. There is a drugstore downstairs next door which had an ATM (not working when we were there), and there's a green ATM machine in front of "Burritos" restaurant that serves cash in US dollars. I would avoid getting cash from the USD ATM, as they charge you a fortune--about $20 for a $200 ATM withdrawal, and $200 doesn't get you too far if you're a family of 5. It's preferable to get pesos from a Mexican bank ATM, like Banamex, or the one in the drug store.
The drug store next door also has a doctor if you need one.
Small playground jungle gym on site, but my 4 and 3 year old were more into the pool and the beach.
Security and service were very good!
We stayed in 1901 and it was huge clean and the best view ever to be had comdo ive stayed in.
We were very worried about getting in with the new three month rule, since we were only there for five days and there is a sign at the entry that warns you it is for long term use only.but when you arrive you are greeted by security that takes your passport ask you where are you staying and never asked if we would be there for three months. They made us where a purple wristband, which we never saw anyone else wearing, but the condo is perfect for beach walking great pool and jacuzzi, bar food, and the best bar across the street senior frogs! Loved it units so quiet! Never heard anyone or senior frogs at night.