"Cabanas on a beautiful beach "
The PPP is on a beautiful stretch of beach, bike-riding distance (20 or 30 mins) from town, and about the same to the Tulum ruins. It's also an easy drive if you have a car. Our first cabana had a really weird smell, so we asked to be changed, and got a different one, which was much better. They're very rustic, but it was what we expected and wanted. I would definitely recommend getting one with AC and a bathroom, since some of them don't come with them.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful, and you can't beat the views, both from the cabanas and from the restaurant and bar. We loved going on little day adventures to ruins, cenotes, or into town for meals, and then coming back late afternoon to lie on the beach in front of the bar for drinks.
Downsides: Our first stinky cabana. The music. the first night, we enjoyed the funky house music they played at night, as it added some vibe, but they played the same thing night after night, and VERY loudly. It was a wonderful breath of fresh air when, on Friday night, they had a great local live band play instead. We both wished they did more of this, or toned down/changed up the music. Not everyone likes House, and definitely not every single night, very loudly. And you can't get away from the music, either, as the base resonates to all the cabanas.
Also, it's great that there's a snorkel/bike/tour rental service on site (a concession), but only use them if you want to spend an arm and a leg. Much cheaper in town!
Traveller from California