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Dallas, TX
Reviewed 29 July 2009

Our stay at the Tankah Inn was short, 3 nights only, but we really wished we had planned our vacation for a longer stay at this wonderful place. Our room was the Coba room and its king size bed was an excellent retrea after every adventure crammed day. The view of the small patio towards sunrise was motivating factor to...

Thank havemonwilltravel
Reviewed 12 July 2009

The Tankah Inn is a little gem located on Tankah Bay. It delivers all that it promises on its web site and more. While the rooms are basic they are more than adequate for the traveler who wants to enjoy the tranquility of Tankah Bay. We stayed in the Tikal Room with its wonderful view of the bay. One could...

1Thank sparkywoff
Fort Collins, Colorado
Reviewed 3 June 2009

Tankah Inn is a perfect place on a quiet beach with a very nice cenote (20 pesos) with in walking distance. Robert, the manager, and the staff were very helpful and accommodating. The rooms were clean, the AC worked well. The included breakfast is great with made to order food, fresh fruit and coffee/juice. All this and a view of...

Thank steve100
Washington, DC
Reviewed 9 January 2008

Tankah inn is a located in the beautiful Tankah bay, about 10km from Tulum city center. We stayed there for 4 nights in early January - in the Tikal room. The room is just amazing, opens directly to the sea with a huge bay window. The hotel only has 5 rooms, and it makes for a very intimate, calm atmosphere....

2Thank acca808
Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Reviewed 30 September 2007

My wife and I stayed in August for 3 nights in the Tikal Room and loved it. Loved the view, loved the breakfasts and especially loved the stories and conversation with our host, Willie, and his friend Mark during the breakfasts. They have great stories about the area and the Mayan people as well as being very helpful about visiting...

1Thank lovetheheat2002
Reviewed 23 April 2007

We stayed for one week, 4/14-22/2007. Loved it. Stayed in the Tikal Room. The staff was great. The view of the beach was great. The included breakfasts were great, too. We were the only ones there. Hardly anyone on the beach, either. Awesome. Really glad we stayed in a real room on quiet Tankah Bay and not some crowded Tulum...

1Thank tedm57
Reviewed 21 March 2007

We stayed at the Tankah Inn for two nights in March and wished we could have stayed for more. It had such a "home like" atmosphere and the staff was so friendly and helpful. Pedro and his wife were the grounds and housekeeping staff and were just the nicest people you could ever meet. The grounds are very well kept,...

Thank fishingwahoo24
New York, NY
Reviewed 19 March 2007

I traveled around the Yucatan for about a month with my girlfriend in August, 2006. Part of our trip took us through Tulum. We rented a beachfront palapa at Cabanas Copal. It was beautiful, but the heat was absolutely unbearable. We took sleeping pills and still could not fall asleep until we went and slept in the car with the...

2Thank ds1092
Reviewed 10 January 2007

We were worried about management as we had booked and paid prior to reading some of the negative comment here. We arrived at the Tankah Inn on Tankah bay. Fortunately we found management quite nice indeed. We did enjoy our stay very much. The Inn is quite nice and the breakfast was great. The beach is nice but you have...

2Thank MorrisWilliam
Reviewed 21 October 2006

Tankah Inn is a small hotel located on a beautiful beach 9km north of Tulum. The rooms are large and clean, with excellent beds. No clock or TV. Above the rooms is a large common area/resturant and a balcony overlooking the beach. Excellent beach, with a palapa containing comfortable hammocks. The sand beach turns to iron shore at the waterline,...

4Thank winnydpu

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Tankah Inn is located on Tankah Bay a secluded breakwater bay only 60 minutes from Cancun Airport on the Mayan Riviera. Visit us for a pleasant adventure and the most pristine diving and snorkeling sites on the Mexican coast. 5 comfortable bedrooms with large baths, cross ventilation and hunter fans keep you comfortably cool all day and night. All Rooms have a view of Tankah bay. Lucky Fish Diving, located in the Tankah Inn, can safely train you for your first breath under water or take you to the edge of technical diving! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Tankah Inn

Address: Tan Kah Bay 16, Soliman Bay 77780, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Yucatan Peninsula > Quintana Roo > Riviera Maya > Soliman Bay
Price Range: €73 - €101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Tankah Hotel Tankah
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“stay somewere else , i know its mexico, and its not a resort, but cleanliness is to much to ask?, i mean a pillow with fungus is just plain disgusting, if you dont mind fhilty and grass its a very nice beach.”
196payl, 11 Aug 2014 | Read review
“all the same”
claudiog788, 31 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The Tikal room is loud but has the best views. Spray around the doors to keep unwanted bugs from slinking in at night.”
CELSeattle, 10 Jun 2012 | Read review
“We liked the Xel-Ha room. In the center of the complex and a stone's throw from the beach.”
Bigdaddy1122, 14 Dec 2011 | Read review
“We liked the Tikal room, it was the brightest and had the best ocean view, lots of windows, not for those who want lots of darkness.”
EmWeg, 2 Aug 2011 | Read review
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