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The hotel is in extremely poor shape - throughout our stay, we had to endure:
1. multiple, regular power outages (not the "eco-friendly" power outage from 4-6am they advertise, but no power during random, regular hours)
2. no hot water during the first couple of...More
The accommodations are simple but clean. The plumbing is salt water and the room is a grass hut...a cross between camping and a hotel. The hotel restaurant serves excellent food at a good price, but they are a little slow to get started in the...More
Checked in this place and instantly fell in-love with the Buddhist theme surrounding it. The Hotel is aiming to position itself as an eco-friendly place by providing organic products and natural like experience. Rooms were very clean and tidy and our whole 3 day stay...More
If you are looking to relax in Tulum, stay as far away from Om Tulum as possible.
This hotel blasted music until 3AM on our first night and refused to offer us more that a "continental breakfast" in return (probably a $5 value). They continued...More
We stayed at this hotel for two nights because we wanted our teenagers to experience Sian Ka'an reserve. Do not be fooled by the pretty pictures. The beds are rock hard and the shower was scary. Both nights the electricity quit around 1am. This means...More
US$130 - US$244 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#43 On the Beach Hotel in Tulum
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Response from sidneelois | Reviewed this property |
Who are you asking? The owners I assume were local and from Mexico......perhaps their English isn't as good as yours? I know there are also a lot of tourists there from Europe etc......If you are concerned that the hotel... More
Who are you asking? The owners I assume were local and from Mexico......perhaps their English isn't as good as yours? I know there are also a lot of tourists there from Europe etc......If you are concerned that the hotel might not be up to par due to the lack of proper spelling don't be! It's a most wonderful place that I can't wait to go back and visit again!
Response from emilyclove | Reviewed this property |
we stayed on the first floor in the building closest to the beach and had AC but it did absolutely nothing to cool the room off. windows open didn't help either as the breeze was blocked by the restaurant. was hot as hell... More
we stayed on the first floor in the building closest to the beach and had AC but it did absolutely nothing to cool the room off. windows open didn't help either as the breeze was blocked by the restaurant. was hot as hell, as someone else mentioned, and almost impossible to sleep.