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Carretera Tulum Boca-Paila Km 10, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77782, México - Tulum, Quintana Roo - México - 77782
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great staff ,very helpful and kind people working there...
Avaliou em 20 de março de 2019
Staff was awesome ,everytime i needed something i got it pronto....Beautiful well kept cabins in the jungle with fresh water cenotes..beautiful area next san kiaan entrance to natural park....great place,across the street from the pricey beach clubs,do your own thing ,by your food and use kitchen and gets drinks to swim in the cenote with the caymans ....gorgeous set up....Again i must emphasise on the staff,they were so good to me i even cooked them dinner one night...Cheers!Ishall return....xoxoxo
Very nice cabins in the jungle
Avaliou em 8 de novembro de 2018
This is a economy hotel, and it is all what you need. If you are in this area you will not need a fancy all-inclusive hotel with luxuries that won't be used as you will be outside enjoying. The rooms are basic but kept tidy, no AC or TV but no need for these things anyway. An hotel to experience the contact with the nature, you can see birds, racoons, squirrels as it is in the middle of the jungle and have its own access to a cenote. Across the street the beach is paradisiac, access is through another hotel and as are the last hotels in the area, the beach is all but crowded, lonely and beautiful to experience a good rest. If you want to experience an eco-touristic environment and disappear of the radar to get a good rest this is a hotel to consider. This is not the hotel for luxury travelers and for those looking other experiences is better to look somewhere else. Breakfast is very basic but again the kitchen is open to prepare what you want. Another type of tourism and you will find another type of tourists around.
Basic Needs for a Low-key guest
Avaliou em 22 de março de 2018
Usually, when I am travelling, I tend to book boutique hotels, or more well-maintained four-star hotels. However, this booking was made because I wanted a low-key more eco-resort type of stay. If you are looking for a high-end, all-inclusive resort like stay, this is not the place to be. All the hotels along this strip are eco-based hotels, Nomande Tulum would be the luxe option along the strip, but this hotel, in particular, is quite a good option for those would like to have salt-showers, an open-kitchen for everyone to access (which means, if you rented a car, you can buy some food at the market and prepare it yourself in the evening), and also have access to the beach across the street at the Rosa de Viento Hotel. I chose this hotel, in particular, because it offered a Pet-Friendly stay for an additional 150 pesos a night. We stayed here for the week, with my 5 lb little puppy, and two other friends, and it provided all the basic needs we wanted. We even walked down the strip along the beach and spent the day at the beach at Nomade Tulum, and met some friendly guests there. Be warned, the breakfast at this hotel is really minimal, and only offers orange juice, cereal (chocolate pebbles and corn flakes), and coffee. If you would like something more substantial, Nomade Tulum offers a $20 USD all you can eat buffet that is pretty well-rounded. We also rented a car, so that we can get to the cenotes and scuba diving, but also to drive from Cancun airport, and the ruins. If you are not a great sleeper, I would bring a pair of earplugs, as the rooms are open-air and there is minimal to no insulation, and depending on which room you get, some of the rooms do not even have glass windows. Room 4 has glass windows, and Room 7 does not, but the air circulation is much better in Room 7. There are other options within the 8 options, but after we had a room change, Room 7 was much better. There is no Air Conditioning, and the electricity is low-key. If you are more high-maintenance this place is not for you.
Not what we expected..
Avaliou em 30 de setembro de 2017
we stayed just about a month ago, it was quiet an experience, a bit far and hard find, grounds in general are pretty nice and the rooms are fine, except when it rains, and sisnce it rained all night we experienced few problems, bathroom had leaks all over the ceiling which mean our bathroom was always wet.. not too big of a deal. But 4am we had to get out of the bed because we had water coming in from the ceiling, not the best way to wake up... i would have thought that for the amount of money we payed we would at least have room without leaks ... somewhat dissapointed
Quite an experience
Avaliou em 3 de setembro de 2017
I can not say I hate it because we had fun but it was quite an adventure. The pictures look much better that what is looks in real life so that is why we booked it. The first night we were we sweated like crazy with no AC and no fan. I could not sleep and like at 3:00 am I open my eyes and say a scorpion outside the net ( black and the size of half my hand). Next night I saw another one. They always are in pairs. They changed our nets next day and offered us a fans for a better night sleep. Hortensia who is in the kitchen and makes the rooms is very nice and helpful. The good part is that we only used it for sleeping and the hotel Rosa del Viento where you can go to the beach has great food and a beautiful beach. The cenote needs some cleanup and maintenance but it has potential. This could be a good property but needs quite an investment and renos. They should charge cheaper for what they offer.