the place was really very odd and a bit spooky. the three floor buildings looked out of place and the roof on most was partially missing. in the evening we felt eerily alone (which of course also had its plus).
the absence of a kitchen, where it looked like a kitchen ought to be, was unfortunate.
the white sheets had some spots on them that one would rather not know where they came from.
the beach, albeit beautiful, was very windy, which of course the hotel has nothing to do with, but it did seem more apt for the kite surfers who stayed in the house next-door rather than for us who wanted to hang out on the beach and go for a swim.
overall, while a good location, and priced better than many other beach front properties, it did not necessarily feel like we got our money's worth. if i was younger and traveling with a group of friends, and even better if i was into kitesurfing, i would certainly come back - otherwise, probably not.
the Caleta Tankah is amazingly well located, close to Tulum ruins and village, but most importantly very, very close to the sea.
it could certainly house more than two. the suite was of a good size, with one bedroom and a huge bed, and a living room type area with a futon that could sleep more. the bathroom was clean and spacious with good, warm water.