we probably meant to book some other cabanas in tulum... these were our most expensive nights in Mexico yet the most uncomfortable. the cabin itself was mouldy, smelt of damp and didn't seem to ventilate with all the windows open - the tiny fan without a front plate didn't do much to stir the moist air in such a large space. mosquito net didn't fit the bed, but was needed. 'beachfront' meant walking down a narrow alley between the hotels either side to a small area of beach with 5 dilapidated loungers. the whole beach hotel area is packed with expensive eco resorts with pricey menus and there's nowhere to even buy a bottle of water. if you want to eat somewhere with a normal price, and buy water and other necessities then you have to pay around 100 pesos for a taxi 7km into town. we had paid for three nights in advance so stuck it out, but spent as little time there as possible and hopefully won't get sick from the excessive damp! best avoided!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are cute eco cabanas just 20 step to the beach, we have fresh water, electricity 24 hours, all the cabanas have private bathroom,we are pets friendly, our speciality is bbq argentinian style, we open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we have bike for rent, transportation, tours, private events,the owner atend the bussines and great ambience you will feel like home at the beach. ... more less
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