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This is a really nice, very comfortable hotel. The rooms are spacious and well decorated, and you even get your own hammock! There are a lot of nice touches: beach towels, beach bags to use going to/from the beach, assigned beach loungers (this is important...More
This is our 2nd time in Tulum so we wanted to stay somewhere different and came across this place. I picked it for our group based on the Trip Advisor reviews and it did not disappoint.
I loved that breakfast was included and its...More
This hotel was a great little spot on the beach side of Tulum. It has its own little private beach, and there was seaweed but that was all along the Riviera Maya and didn't cause us any issues. The american breakfast, which is included, was...More
2 parents and 2 teens stayed in the room above the restaurant for our first night in Mexico. Room was clean with a beautiful view and nice size. Beach with lounge chairs, tables and thatch umbrellas was lovely. We didn't swim as it was too...More
Such a nice time here. Just 9 or so rooms facing a little cove on the sea. Compared to other properties, it is extremely reasonable. It's not a five star, but if all you are looking for is a comfortable room where you can hear...More
Response from AviationSpirit | Reviewed this property |
Yes. No worries. Last December we found a/c came on automatically around 8pm and went off around 8am. Electricity was fine 24/7, but not many power points in room so you might want to take a suitable two- or three-in-one... More
Yes. No worries. Last December we found a/c came on automatically around 8pm and went off around 8am. Electricity was fine 24/7, but not many power points in room so you might want to take a suitable two- or three-in-one adapter if you need to power or charge more than one item. Generally light bulbs gave out little more than glow worms.
Response from karensusanperry | Reviewed this property |
I did not feel any safety concerns in Tulum. It was wonderful. The beach is enclosed with rocks on either side and the beaches along the stretch all seem to be private belonging to hotels. Hope this helps