The only thing that was great was the location, really directly at the beach. Huts were super tiny (no space for luggage). We paid extra for sea view which I would not do again as actually the second row of huts were also nice and a bit more secluded. There is also a street with hawkers between huts and beach. We had two bins opposite our hut, not really nice. The women's bathroom was closed for maintance during our stay, so everyone shared one bathroom which was accordingly dirty (and old, rain pouring through the damaged roof etc.). One morning even that one was closed so one had to use the dorm facilities. Staff was friendly but not really helpful, nobody showed us where the facilities where after check in etc. When the restaurant opened the crew did not check whether there were paper towles, soap etc., also toilet paper was empty sometimes. Wifi was poor, often not working. They also say it is a private beach but in fact you are not allowed to bring your own food and drinks as they just want you to buy stuff from the restaurant. Altogether for a reasonable price this would have been acceptable (for this basic campsite and low comfort 300 to 600 pesos would be ok), but 1.500 pesos felt like a total rip-off. This was the by far smallest and most dirty accomodation during our 3 weeks in Mexico but at the same time the most expensive one, so there is definately something wrong with the price-performance-ratio.