Very clean, attractive and comfortable. The cabanas are basic and cute, and the greenery planted around the charming buildings is very pretty. It wasn't too much of a hassle to walk to the bathrooms, and the beachside shower is a treat. The restaurant on the premises has surprisingly good pizza. The only two (minor) problems we encountered were that the bed nets were impossible to secure against the truly terrible onslaught of mosquitoes (don't mess around with natural repellents here--I hate deet products, but they were very necessary) and that the hammocks on the beach (pictures of which swayed our decision to stay here) were actually totally uncomfortable (waa waa, terrible, right?!). At first we were sad not to have a beachfront cabana, but we soon realized that No. 7 was the perfect spot. It appeared to be the most private spot--it has a sliver of beach view and is at the end of the path it's on, so no one passes by. That means that unlike all the other rooms, we never had to shut our blinds and could enjoy the view even when things were getting romancy ;) I'd highly recommend that room. Oh also, the bike rental is a pretty reasonable US$12/24 hours for a super comfy beach cruiser with a basket. It was a great way to explore the beach strip.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Coco Tulum Hotel Tulum