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NB I have corrected location as it is on main road in village on left as arriving, next to Lol Ha!). Original location on maps.me AND Bkng.c by lake was completely misleading!
We arrived at Coba via a bus from Tulum (from Majahual originally in...More
Nice, budget place run by friendly folks. Clean room with hot water and comfortable bed. Wifi worked--better than some other places.
Super location. Just a short walk to the ruins and well worth staying in the town to be there before the crowds. Convenience store...More
We stayed only one night in this hotel and had a dinner there as well. The room is very clean and cosy with a big clean bathroom and hot shower! The hotel is small, I guess only 7 rooms or so. They do not speak...More
Very peaceful and quiet. Excellent food at the hotel restaurant! Rooms are new, spacious and immaculate. Crickets at night; roosters in the morning. Froendly and very helpful family. Walk along the lake in the evening. Rent bikes inside, NOT outside the park. Het there around...More
We stayed at Hotel Sacbe for two nights and we're really pleased. There aren't many options for lodging in Coba as most of the visitors bus in for the day only. The rooms were clean and bright (we were on the second floor) and the...More
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I saw a few different ADO buses stop on the main drag in the afternoon, (very close to the hotel Sac-Be) that were heading back to Tulum, I think there was a bus schedule posted outside a closed restaurant 1/2 block down... More
I saw a few different ADO buses stop on the main drag in the afternoon, (very close to the hotel Sac-Be) that were heading back to Tulum, I think there was a bus schedule posted outside a closed restaurant 1/2 block down & across the street from the Hotel Sac-Be, but it was not a regular bus stop.
A Tulum bus also stopped at the restaurant 1/2 block down on the same side of the street as the Hotel Sac-be when we were eating dinner. We talked to a local who spoke English about where and when to pick up the bus; if your Spanish is good, you will be able to ask at the hotel.
We opted for a cab back to Cancun. It was $100 US, (Dec 2016). There is a street sign listing the official fares right outside of the parking lot at Coba, and a few cabbies milling about across the street. As there were three of us, it was somewhat cost effective, but certainly not as cheap as the bus. However, it was my birthday and I really didn't want to spend half the day on a bus! We had already been on a looong ADO bus trip from Cancun to Chichen Itza. (We missed the Executive bus and had to take a second class bus, which was fine but took twice as long and didn't have a bathroom). Plus, in a cab, there was no worry about the bus schedule and switching buses in Tulum. We arranged the day before to have Jose picked us up at the Sac-Be early, and dropped of us off at the ferry to Isla Mujeres.
If you are staying in Tulum, you could probably inquire there beforehand for peace of mind.