This 'honeymoon' suite is among the highest locations in Puerto Morelos. It is a grass/thatch roof over concrete block construction. So the views of the sunrise and beach are terrific. There is no A/C, and for most of the visit the wind was 20 knots from the east. All this wind dislodges a lot of grass from the ceiling that blows all around. There was no hot water, so in many ways it was like being on sailboat. There are 90 stair steps to the top, and the 'elevator' is inoperable, and more of a dumbwaiter. When the wind turns to the north, those windows do not open, so it can get a bit 'close.' There is very little space between the commode and the wall. There is a nice little pool on the 5th floor.
The honeymoon suite is best suited for those who are reasonably vigorous. Mariana offered me another room on the 2nd floor. It was very spacious, and had AC...but it did not have the views of the top floor. So despite the issues mentioned above, elected to stay on the top floor.
The local birds have a very distinctive call, and due to the grass roof, sound like they are in the room with you.
There are three barking dogs patrolling a property behind, and construction of a new house behind. I find the construction interesting to watch, so didn't mind the occasional noise.
Mariana is very response to emails, and if your phone is set up for Mexico, will call promptly.
The seaweed and junk is swept up by a tractor every morning around 8. As you walk down the beach to the north (past the nudist hotel) there is a lot of junk and trash in the seaweed. There is an outer coral reef, which causes the waves to break once, before they come on in. There is only a tide of 2 feet or so. The beach is completely devoid of signs of life. No shells. There are a few seagulls, pelicans and high flying frigate birds. We saw no fish in the surf, nor off the docks. When the wind pipes up, this is a great location for parasailing.
The town has many good restaurants, with most having outdoor seating. The seating is very close to the road. The people are very friendly, and never felt unsafe. There is a persistent police presence, police motor cycles and trucks cruise the streets all hours of the day.
I had business in Cancun, and Puerto Morelos is a quiet alternative. Its about 25 minutes to the Cancun airport.