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From the outside the cabanas are beautiful. All the buildings are on the beach and the sea is just a few meters away.
On the inside they are very basic, with a bed, a bar table and a little window. At night it remains...More
We were initially impressed by the lobby and the grounds. The staff was friendly enough. The cabana seemed nice, very basic, a bed, a shelf, a fan, and a single window. The location is great as it is right on the beach. Staying at the...More
The beach is gorgeous and swimmable.
You can have a comfortable lounge chair on beach with drink service.
There’s a reef for snorkeling.
Out of town, in National Park (jungle) and close to archeological sites.
“Cabanas” don’t open/close or even...More
This place is awful. One of the dirtiest hotels I've ever stayed in. Mattress and sheets were dingy and stained. Ants in the bathroom, most of the lights did not work and they don't have hot water. No ocean views. You feel like you are...More
Possibly the best value in Tulum. The cabanas are very simple but, hey - you're basically sleeping on the beach. The beds are very comfy and you can't beat the experience of falling asleep to the sound of the waves. The wifi doesn't extend past...More
Depends on your "style" and comfort level. There are all modes, from bus, to taxi, to limo. If you have >2, the private van/taxi becomes cost efficient. I would recommend arranging ahead of timer as it's a whirlwind at the... More
Depends on your "style" and comfort level. There are all modes, from bus, to taxi, to limo. If you have >2, the private van/taxi becomes cost efficient. I would recommend arranging ahead of timer as it's a whirlwind at the airport. You can also get to Playa and work from there.