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If you are looking for a fancy hotel with all the bells and whistles this might not be the best option. We stayed here for 6 days and the staff was more than friendly. You can't beat a cheap hotel with a room with a...More
We did book a standard bungelow just a 2 days before our arrival half November 2015. What a poor welcome and service! The pool was empty, no breakfast or a small bar where you could take a sip. Due to renovation there was no reception...More
The owner and staff were very nice but the place just started to invest to renovate. I hoop that it will work out.
We had a nice time but spend most of our time els ware.
The place is ver y basic and it is...More
I came to tulum in 2013 and stayed right next to this hotel. there was a taco bar in front. everyone was hanging out. the chairs and mats were out for people to relax. the hotel looked updated and clean. This past week it was...More
I've stayed in several places in Tulum and I spent six weeks doing some budget traveling all over the Yucatan. This may have been the worst place I stayed in the entire time. No, the second worst. But still. The worst for the price. I...More
Hi, I am wondering what type of water "toys" are available to hotel guests and if they are included in the room rate or extra. we love to kayak and our daughter loves to paddle board. Many thanks!
6 June 2015|
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Response from Michelle M | Reviewed this property |
The hotel doesn't have anything in the way of toys, other than a couple of floats for the pool. In fact, the only toys I have seen for rent are kite boards, as it is quite windy; perfect conditions for that, but not really... More
The hotel doesn't have anything in the way of toys, other than a couple of floats for the pool. In fact, the only toys I have seen for rent are kite boards, as it is quite windy; perfect conditions for that, but not really for kayaks or paddleboards. Try checking Akumal bay or some of the cenotes for calmer water.
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