Attractive Isla Mujeres North Beach Hotel The Na Balam Na Balam Hotel North Beach Isla Mujeres

Hotel Na Balam is located on the most beautiful beach of Isla Mujeres. North Beach or Playa Norte. The entrance is shown to the left. Playa Norte is where it's all hapening. All the bars and next to the town.

Wide tropical gardens adorn the hotel. And authentic Mayan cooking is served at the Zazil Ha Restaurant set in a romantic Mayan Palapa. Vegetarian and Mayan cuisine featured.



Here is the beach you are on. North Beach or Playa Norte. Transparent turquoise waters set against white sugar-sand which is always cool to walk on barefoot.

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Palapa roofed room in Isla Mujeres North Beach Hotel The Na Balam The rooms are small cottages in the midst of lush gardens; all 31 rooms have one king sized or two queen sized beds, air conditioning and ceiling fans; terrace or balcony depending if it is first floor or ground level, in-room safety deposit boxes, 24 hours security protection. The hotel has a swimming pool, recreation palapa, yoga and massage; breakfast at the patio, snack bar at the beach, two bars with “happy hour”, two restaurants featuring Mayan, Vegetarian & Fusion Cuisine, including Zazil Ha Restaurant, considered the best one on the island.


pool area at Isla Mujeres North Beach Hotel The Na BalamThe pool is set admist a jungle setting. Some rooms overlook the pool.

This ecoligical hotel also offers massages. Yoga and meditation. Weddings. Group conventions. Internet service. 24 hour security.

Fishing, diving, snorkeling tours may be arranged at the front desk.

The snack bar is located near the beach so you may enjoy seafood or Mexican snacks while doing the sunset. Or just people watching or submarine race watching.

Isla Mujeres North Beach Hotel The Na Balam sales executive
To the left lovely Lupita the sales manager for Na Balam your home on the island of Isla Mujeres' North Beach.

Dates
prices USD a night plus 19% tax
all prices include breakfast in the Zazil restaurant
Std pool
large room balcony
Std beach
ocean view faces ocean balcony
deluxe suite1 master suite 2
asmini bar
private terrace
dec 24 16 - jan 1 2017 $200 $240 $340 $470
jan 2 - Apr 12 17 $145 $180 $250 $350
apr 13 - jun 30 17
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$120 $150 $230 $280
jul 1 to aug 16 17 $125 $155 $235 $290
aug 17 to dec 23 17 $110 $130 190 260
dec 24 15 to jan 1 16 $190 $230 $338 $455
jan 2 to apr 12 16 $140 $175 $245 $345
apr 13 to jun 30 16 $115 $140 $200 $270
jul 1 to aug 16 16 $125 $150 $210 $290
aug 17 to dec 23 16 $104 $130 $190 $245
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no other of the Isla Mujeres hotels is on North Beach and offers private pools, Na Balam does, if looking for North Beach hotels this is the one, Playa Norte Nabalam has Jacuzzi rooms as well

all June 2013 45% off no matter when you book!

on that basis a poolside room in February 2013 would be just $125.40 a night including tax


♫ deluxe pool side room
over 600 sq ft within lush gardens; outdoor pool view; king or two queen beds; private terrace; air conditioning; premium amenities
♫ocean view room
as above with ocean views
junior suite
faces ocean; 42 inch flat screen TV; as above but partial ocean view
♫ocean view with pool
private pool on your terrace; king bed; overlooks ocean; all of above as well; oversized bath
♫ one bedroom suite
ocean view; Jacuzzi; king bed; private terrace to sunbath nude; living room; mini bar
and remember kids under 12 free

Book it by Nov 5th 2016 then 3% off September 16 December 23rd 2017

book 30 or more days prior to arrival then 10% off all 2016 and 2017

rates above in USD per night double occupancy plus 19% tax  extra pax $30 per night .   no charge for children under 12 sharing room with adults
1 the deluxe suite has a Jacuzzi and plunge pool; all rooms come with either one king or two queen beds; safes; bathrobes
2master suites with their own swimming pools one bedroom suite
extra pax in room $50usd per person per night
from dec 24 to jan 6th minimum 7 nights
from mar 19th to mar 23rd 5 night minimum




all master rooms have Jacuzzis


Not only is NaBalam beautiful in the daytime but at night too.

Took this photo from the room we stayed in.

And the breakfast is superb. They bake their own bread.

Click on the photo to see the beautiful staff at hotel NaBalam.

Only 20 minutes offshore from Cancun’s famous hotel Zone, this perfect place for a getaway is located in Isla Mujeres’ North Beach (Playa Norte), one of the best beaches in all of Mexico and recently ranked number 14th among the Top 25 Beaches of the World by leading sources.


Zazil Ha means clear water in Maya and is the main restaurant at Na Balam.
A refuge of gastronomy where fresh and natural ingredients are chosen.
Simple or sophisticated dishes are served with care by the friendly hands of Mexican waiters.
The Na Balam dining room Zazil Ha is a beautiful, romantic island restaurant set in a Mayan Palapa featuring Mayan, vegetarian and fusion cuisine; it is considered one of the best on the island; dinning here is an experience you will always remember during your Isla Mujeres vacation.
Enjoy the restaurant's healthy and balanced breakfast set in a lush tropical garden surrounded by a peaceful atmosphere. Homemade bread, yoghurt, granola and sweet rolls.
guest comments:
Excellent location on the north beach, white sand and transparent water.
Five minute walk to the centre of town (the taxi's charge 40 pesos!!!!!).
Wifi works in the lobby and bar.


another guest said:
Stayed here with my wife for our honeymoon, The best location in playa Norte ! Amazingly beautiful beach - friendly staff
There's no tv in the room, if it's important for you


this guest says:
We spend ten days at Na Balam for the second time, and we sure shall return again. This hotel constitutes a refreshing change from the standard upscale option with architectural landscape. When enjoying the crystal clear waters, all you see from the hotel is its palapa-roofed open-air restaurant/bar area appropriately termed Zazil Ha (for clear water in Mayan) and coconut palm
For many years Mexico's sea turtle population was under threat, due to turtles being hunted and killed for their meat (soup), shell and eggs.
Now, things are looking up for humpty dumpy. Mexican law now protects them (at least it protects something) and the Isla Mujeres' Turtle Farm is working hard to ensure the survival of these species.
At the Turtle Farm, eggs are deposited into safe, caged areas to keep them safe from predators and poachers.
Once hatched the baby turtles are moved into ponds until they grow big and strong enough to be released into the sea. At the Turtle Farm you can view turtles and different stages of development, as well as other sea creatures including sea horses. The centre isn't huge, so don't expect a visit here to fill in an entire day - an hour is probably enough.
la historia de la isla se remonta hace más de 1500 años cuando era parte de la provincia Maya, Ekab.
La isla sirvió como el santuario de la diosa Ixchel, la diosa maya de la luna, la fertilidad, la medicina, el amor y la felicidad (y otras cosas también). El templo se encuentra en el punto de la isla del Sur y también fue utilizado como el faro (no como tienda del arborotes) y la entrada fue libre para los ancianos los domingos. La luz de las antorchas se muestra a través de agujeros en las paredes cuando las antorchas no se apagan, lo que podría ser vista por los navegantes en el mar si es que estaban buscando.
los mayas también llegó a la isla para recoger la sal de las lagunas de sal.
En aquel entonces no había supermercados que venden sal como en la actualidad hay cerca del Hotel Nabalam su alojamiento en Isla Mujeres.
Recientemente, el Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, anunció el descubrimiento de ruinas mayas y piezas de diversos materiales en Hacienda Mundaca. Y un poco de chatarra.
Hay pruebas de cinco edificios mayas, una de las cuales podría ser el verdadero templo de la diosa Ixchel o un señuelo, y la ruina punto al sur simplemente un faro no retrete. El INAH y también encontró es la celebración de más de 100 piezas de obsidiana, jade, y los esqueletos y cráneos humanos.
su conjetura es tan buena como la mía lo que harán con ella.
Así que si una noche que está vagando fuera de la Nabalam y ver trozos de chatarra o esqueletos en una pequeña tienda cercana que ya sabes la fuente.
Isla mantuvo un santuario hasta que fue descubierto por Francisco Fernández de Córdoba en 1517. Luego se
rompan las cosas.
La leyenda cuenta que los únicos habitantes de la isla eran la sacerdotisa de Ixchel y su corte de mujeres atractivas.
repartidos por todo eran numerosas estatuas de oro, plata y arcilla de Ixchel, por lo que la isla debe su nombre: isla Mujeres, la isla de la Mujer.
Durante la Cuaresma o tal vez de Haloween de 1517 Francisco Hernández de Córdova salió de Cuba con tres naves con fugas para adquirir esclavos para las minas. (Otros dicen que se embarcó para descubrir nuevas tierras, o que estaba aburrido). Él aterrizó en la Isla de las Mujeres, a la que dio este nombre porque los ídolos que encontró allí, de las diosas del país, Ixchel y sus hijas e hija-en-ley de "Ixchebeliax", "Ixhunie", "Ixhunieta", "Lupita", "Conchita", sólo se vestidas de la cintura hacia abajo, y tener el pecho al descubierto a la manera de los indios. La construcción era de piedra, tal que sorprendió a ellos, y se encontraron algunos objetos de oro que se llevaron.


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