Hotel is distributed across several buildings on large stretch of land. Interesting but frustrating at times---especially getting lost at nite in finding ones 'tent' or discovering that the one light inside the tent burned out. Tent is terrible: all low to ground with no where to place luggage except on floor. Two people in one tent with 2 suitcases and there is no room to move. The design needs rethinking. The gravel to toilet and bath area is terrible idea for night trips to pee. Unzipping 2 tents then stepping out onto gravel if you miss the boards is ridiculous. The board steps are improperly located. Toilet door stuck.
Traveller from canada
Nestled on the beach, this Tulum hotel is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Tulum National Park and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Tulum Mayan …More
We arrived before check-in. The hotel staff suggested we change into comfortable clothes and enjoy the pool/beach. We had breakfast on the beach. There are lovely day beds for use. The pool was cold and refreshing. Our room had a private pool which only 4 rooms had access to which was quiet and nice. The staff made my birthday very special with champagne and cake delivered to the room.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Nestled on the beach, this Tulum bed & breakfast is within 6 mi (10 km) of Tulum Beach, Tulum National Park, and Tulum Mayan …More
The room was nicely decorated in traditional Mexican style, the bed was huge and the room was very clean. The rooms are quite basic though and do not have added comforts like a tv, or fridge. Our room (and perhaps all of the rooms) was located up a very rickety, wooden spiral staircase which was tricky to navigate with a suitcase so perhaps not the place to stay for those with mobility difficulties. Otherwise decent place and location.
Located in the heart of Tulum, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Tulum National Park and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Tulum Mayan …More
Zazil Kin (which means sun flower in the Mayan language) is a lovely little group of huts on the beach. Some have bathrooms some share a community facility. Power is only available during the evening and night (7:00 pm-7:00 am) and there is no maid service during your stay. Hot water is only available during the times when no-one else has used it. (which for us was rare) Make sure and protect yourself from insects because the beach is full of ants, mosquitos and other creeping crawling critters. An insect net is supplied to protect you as you sleep. The staff was very pleasant and the small restaurant/kitchen had good food (and a sand floor which was fun). The property is open during the day to the public so many beach goers are present during the day and some at the bar during the evening. All in all very much what we expected and a very nice beach location. We would defiantly go back.
Traveller from Utah
Nestled on the beach, this Tulum hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tulum Beach, Tulum Mayan Ruins, and Tulum National Park. Gran …More
The staff was friendly but did not intrude in our privacy on any way and were always polite. The food was excellent . We had the best room so close to the beach so we were able to enjoy the beach in one way or another all hours of the day or night. We would definitely like to go back. Just a few steps to the beach , terrace restaurant or bar. And a good variety of music is played in the background.
Traveller from KC
Nestled on the beach, this Tulum resort is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Tulum Mayan Ruins and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Tulum National …More
Built on a bluff facing the rising sun, the Mayan ruins of Tulum offer breathtaking views of the Caribbean. Just south of Akumal, Tulum’s proximity to Cancun makes it the most visited archeological site in Mexico. The village of Tulum, along the main highway, offers shops, restaurants, and cantinas. To the north, tourists can swim with dolphins or dive among brilliantly colored fish at Xel-Ha.