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Blasting obnoxious music from afternoon through all through the night to the next day. Be prepared for sleepless nights if you intend to stay here or anywhere in the vicinity. Owner refuses to turn the music down. Avoid at all cost.
As you can see from the other reviews, you can avoid this place if you are looking to enjoy a peaceful stay in Paradise. As others have mentioned the loud music starts in the afternoon and goes all night. The same track on repeat with...More
We stayed at Zulum for the weekend, we had a wedding in Sian Ka'an and wanted to spend an extra night and day enjoying the beach in Tulum.
The hotel was decent for the money, typical Tulum style, rustic, which was fine. No AC, no...More
Don't stay here u less you want sleepless nights.
- Shower pressure good
- Drinks had good amount of alcohol (uncommon in Mexico)
- Cleaners are good
- Organic shampoo conditioner and soap
- Slowest internet I've ever experienced
- No privacy...More
My friend and i arrived in Tulum thinking we d stay a couple of days and carry on with our road trip...
But when we arrived in Zulum hotel, the easiness of the place, warm welcome from a donkey , super professional service by Uriel...More
$77 - $281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Smoking rooms available
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Not at all, Tulum has this "tradition" to turn off music and bars early, and specifically the bar at the hotel is just to chill, no big party intended. It's perfect with kids, the owner sometimes stays there and she has a... More
Not at all, Tulum has this "tradition" to turn off music and bars early, and specifically the bar at the hotel is just to chill, no big party intended. It's perfect with kids, the owner sometimes stays there and she has a kid herself, too :)
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"Ask for a room towards the back, by reception, if you want to avoid the noise from the restaurant/DJ"