Small Cabanas with electricity. Each one had a hammock out front. We stayed for 3 nights in 3 different units and all were great. Stayed in 3 different ones cause we did not have reservations (walk ups). I recommend reservations as they were packed (we were lucky). Stayed in a beach front one, it was nice, but not necessarily worth the extra money. Wifi did not work at the beach front cabana, just the other two.
No fans or A/C but ocean breeze was more than enough with window open.
No mosquitos (at least when we were there); they do have nets for the beds though.
Shared bathrooms were great. Very clean and very sufficient.
Between the ocean breeze, the sound of the waves, and the powder sand, this was one of most relaxing places I have been. Wasn't busy at all on the beach.
Went to one restaurant on the beach, great fresh made pasta, but pricey. All the restaurants are pricey on the beach. We cabbed (50 Pesos) into Tulum for Tacos most of the time.
Tulum ruins are a quick cab ride away.
Great place to come and literally do nothing but sit and relax.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coco Tulum is a little beach hotel that's a throwback to the old beach vacation days. It's quiet and economical, and runs purely on solar and wind energy. Come for something unexpected! ... more less
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- Coco Tulum Hotel Tulum