Situated on the beach, with a more chique restaurant also indoors. Good service, fine food and prices reasonable for this standard. (300 pesos average for main course)
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Try the ceviche (brought in by fishers boat and goes straight into the kitchen) and wood over pizza or home made pasta
The food was good but not amazing. Nature provided a aabreath taking view which helped the dinning experience. Also to be fair, the free breakfast was a nice touch!
We walked off the beach to the beach bar and were greeted by very friendly servers working extremely hard. We just had beer - cold and very fairly priced. Food going out looked very good though. Just a great spot on the beach. Nice looking...More
A great spot right on the beach - poet though as right at end of hotels but nice to walk off into undisturbed beach area. Amazing breakfasts and good beach service during the day. Comfy loungers and large beanbags are great too. The rooms are...More
I haven't stayed at this place, but I did try the restaurant for lunch. It's very tastefully decorated and the pizzas were great! I also had a delicious arugula, pesto and mozzarella salad. I would definitely go back!
A relaxing beach side resort which we stayed at while attending a wedding. The staff was very helpful. The restaurant was lovely and right on the beach.
Stayed one night at this hotel in September on my way to Cancun. I liked the cabana despite it has no TV by the way and salty water in the shower:) The beach is very nice, due to the low season there just like ten...More
We stayed here (see separate review) and ate here a couple of nights when it was pouring. Location is great - beach side so a great view and a sea breeze. This is different to, say, Hartwood which is jungle side so hot and full...More
I don't think I can fault Rosa del Viento! In terms of price I would say it is mid to higher range but I felt that you got a true Tulum experience here and it was worth every single peso. It is virtually the last...More