Arrived late at night, and most of the beach hostels were fully booked. A private room (hut) for two persons was 300$ pesos, which is OK (although it was the most expensive stay in our Mexico-Belize trip, maybe Tulum is a bit more pricey than other locations). Rooms are very basic, but we were surprised that during the heavy rainfall at night, almost no water came through the roof (made of palmtree leaves, as most of the huts in Mexico). And yes, there are cockroaches, but we saw them everywhere in Tulum (the town). The owner made banana pancakes for breakfast, good atmoshpere during the evening/morning as most of the visitors were backpackers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Newly Constructed, less than a year ago, in a quiet neighborhood only a block off of Tulum Ave. this 58 bed plus hammock and tent Hostel has everything from Private Rooms with a Private bath and kitchenette (no appliances) to a place rooftop terrace to hang a hammock or pitch a tent on the roof of or dorms. Old Mexican-Mayan Charm. We even have a Mayan Te Mascal Temple in the garden. Cabanas are cool and Dorms have solid wood bunks with thick mattresses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Del Sol Hotel Tulum