Calle Zazil Ha #129 Mz 30 Lote 23, Isla Mujeres
"Villa Kiin is not a resort. It doesn't have a ton of amenities -- but that's not what we were looking for. We were looking for a comfortable bed, AC, and beach access. To our pleasant surprise, it was so much more than that. The quiet east end of Playa Norte was right outside the back door -- you can wade out hundreds of feet and see tropical fish swimming around your feet. We fed them tortillas, and were absolutely SWARMED with colorful fish. We had a hammock on our balcony that overlooked the beach, and we were a quick walk from a seemingly endless selection of restaurants -- plus, you're across the street from cheap and delicious cocktails (try a caipirinha if you've never had one before) and unbelievably fresh ceviche at Fenix lounge.The hotel also does have a small slightly ramshackle kitchen, but it'll work fine for simple preparation. Wifi was only in the lounge, and a little unreliable, so that is a downside. Things were clean, but fair warning: They change your shower towels but NOT your beach towels. They do also provide a safe, a TV if you care about that kind of thing, and pure water is available from water coolers (they provide pitchers in the rooms). The AC units have a "dry" feature that just cuts the humidity without cooling the room -- I suggest using it liberally.All in all: It's not a resort, but if you just want a comfortable bed, a shady hammock, and an impossible to beat location on a quiet beach, it's impossible to beat."