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Carretera Tulum Ruinas Boca Paila Km 4, 77780 Tulum, Mexico – Show map
|Superior King Room - Beach Front|
|Family Room with Side Sea View|
|Superior King Room|
|Standard Double Room|
|Standard Twin Room|
|Superior Quadruple Room|
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Grounds, Sun Deck
Diving, Snorkeling, Private Beach Area, Beachfront, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Concierge Service, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child or adult is charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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On the beautiful beaches of Tulum and surrounded by lush vegetation, this charming hotel features a private beach area with spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea.
Score from 690 reviews Excellent
Papaya Playa Project is a boutique hotel complex of beachfront cabins and cottages, on Mayan Riviera in Tulum.
Score from 250 reviews Good
Featuring a restaurant and a private beach area, Akiin Beach Tulum is in Tulum. Free Wi-Fi access, free kayaks and hammocks are available.
Score from 9 reviews Review score
On a secluded beach on the Riviera Maya, this boutique hotel offers bright rooms with balconies overlooking the sea or tropical gardens.
Score from 179 reviews Very good
- Proximity to beaches, town, restaurants and ruins (we rented bikes next door and rode to Tulum Ruins) - Clean, spacious room with hammock (#24) - Good shower, never had an issue with hot water
- Lazy and unfriendly staff; no personality at all - Horrible street noise from our room (Avoid #24!!!) - I thought I was getting a cabana room and instead I was in a second floor room at "their other property" - Grossly overpriced for what you get ($415 which includes Mexico's insane tourism tax of 19% for 2 nights) - The beach was small and the furniture was broken worn down - They charge $200 pesos for each towell you borrow (LOL!)
On the beach, ATM on the premises, great little bakery right across the street, small grocery store right across the street, WIFI working well, nice beach, clothing optional on north side of beach, friendly staff, good restaurant, nice "hot" showers, great location.
Beach equipment somewhat tattered.
As a young couple we loved this place. Here the plus: - The staff was friendly, helpful and cool - The location is fantastic, right at the beginning of the hotel's strip of Tulum, a ride with the bike to the downtown takes just 15 minutes - Energy supply by wind and solar panels, you can run out energy on a cloudy day, but at the end that is the aim of staying at Tulum next to protected area of Siaan Kaan! - Delicious dishes at the in-house restaurant, just a bit pricey
Hard to say something negative... - Slightly pricey for a "cabana" style hotel and more during holidays seasons (i.e. Christmas), however, the facilities are well kept. In general Tulum beach hotels and services are priced as in Europe
the private beach is paradise!!!! really comfortable beach with lots of chairs and beds nice location (good restaurants are close)
it is located directly at the beach, therefore the bungalows where humid and smelled bad bungalows quite small poor breakfast (only toast with jam and fruits) too expensive
Perfect location Direct access to the beach Nice bungalows
Staff could have been more supportive (I asked them to do a local telephone call and they advised me to a public telephone downtown / 8 min by taxi)
Good location for the price compared with other Tulum hotels.
Toilet was broken, room smelt bad, the guys in the kitchen were yelling and talking loudly all morning from very early, waking us up. The electricity went out, the beds were small and uncomfortable, it wasn't a great stay. I wouldn't go back.
The beach is wonderfall and the music in the morning cool
The wifi didnt work for 5 days Even it was november and very windy the hut was so hot at night and in this price in all other places in mexico we got AC
Electricity and wifi were shut off at night.
The beach was really nice, the cleaning lady was so cool!! People at rest, was good but not well train :(
Security staff was mean!! I leave one day before my reservation was finish for personal reasons, and they said I was going to get a "deal" for it, I guess mi deal was "Nothing" this time,so I won't go back for sure and I won't recommend it.
Staff was not really helpful in a lot of areas. I had asked for boogie board rentals, and they said they didn't have them, but right next to the common wall, there was a bike/board/snorkeling rental business. Strange that they wouldn't want to help out their neighbors or their guests. I just happened to walk a few steps and saw them. Then we had our "free" breakfast, toast and jam, coffee and juice. The server brought out the coffee and asked if we wanted it warmer??? Unbelievable!!! It was cold as can be, of course we want HOT COFFEE, who wouldn't want hot coffee. The toast old, and the juice tasted of TANG, powdered stuff you had as a kid. The sheets were stained with old rust spots, and some pink stuff, not sure what it was, as well as the old towels. The only good thing was the location, and the maid who helped us out more than the staff. The toilet was leaking, we had no running water or hot for that matter when we checked in and stayed that way for one day until I asked about it. They had forgotten to turn on the hot water pump. Then we had asked for and paid for OCEAN FRONT, but the girl went around and around, that they were having a huge party there and didn't know if it was taken, she said she would get back to us, and we did pay for that, but nothing was done. We were pretty much the only ones left there for the last two days of our trip, so what huge party was there? Why wouldn't she want to accommodate us. If we could, we would've rather stayed at other places, where the staff is much more knowledgeable and want to make their guests feel wanted. Stay at your own risk if you do decide to stay here.
We stayed for 5 nights during a two week trip down the coast, and moved rooms based on availability 3 times. The room we had with a balcony seaview was the best. It was large and clean. helpful and friendly staff good food in beach front restaurant mosquito nets provided over bed
the water pressure in the shower was almost non-exisitent, little hot water lighting very dim in the evenings the breakfast of toast, strawberry jam and pineapple chunks became abit repetitive, but presentation was great fans do not help cool down the room which gets very hot at night could be very difficult to sleep as birds & bats live in the thatch rooves and make alot of noise
The bungalows are right next to the beach, which is beautiful and a little hidden from other hotels in the area - sound of waves included at night. The rooms are clean, quite spatial with a small, but very nice bathroom. Restaurant is with a perfect view on the beach too.
W-lan was poor in the rooms. No AC but it didn't bother us.
Water pressure kinda sucked but hotel and staff made up for it
It beds look pretty if you do not have to sleep on them
- over charged by $200 - not the ocean front bungle we booked - no AC - only one lg window and they yell at you if you leave it open - LOTS of biting bugs - our family called this the brick oven room because of the unbearable heat - power goes out every night (no fan) - power surges = fried mother board - uncaring staff - no bell hop - ridiculous parking on the street with no one to direct you 90% of the time - slow to no maid service - NO towels for the beach - do not book excursions with them = 30 -70% higher than going to local guides - little to no water pressure - shower only drizzles room temp water - biting bugs in room - no sound barrier between rooms or our room and the bar I could keep going but you get the idea stay at the youth hostile and save $200 per night stay at a bus stop it would be more comfortable and have fewer bugs
The "hotel" doesn't look at all like at the pictures, we were very disipointed. We didn't stay there because it is so crwoded and small but they charged us for the intire vacation anyway. It was a very unfortunate experience
I loved the place!! I loved the detail of the candles in the room. The beach is paradise!!!! You can see the thousands of stars in this lovely place!
Everything! The view, the details of the rooms, the beach. Wish I could stay longer. Def I will go soon!!
Beach close, staff excellent but room 1 was across from the little dining patio which could be noisy at times..
Unable to walk down the beach , closed in cove...
Location was beautiful, right on the beach, hotel was small and pretty. Right on the beach, shame, nice hotel but certain points really let it down.
Unhelpful staff Hidden costs No fridge - asked for some ice and they told me to go buy some from the shop.... not very good service when they had a massive bar full of ice.... Awful breakfast....after waiting for 45 mins for one slice of toast...what a breakfast..... Overrated
- Decorations all over the hotel, small details in and there, making it a wonderful place, on a magnificent small white-sand beach. - The location, at the start of the sea side road, with both Tulum village and Tulum site just about 10 mins away by car. - It is hard to park around, but I had asked for parking when booking and a free parking space was ready upon my arrival. - The menu was really appealing and the dishes I tried were delicious, not to mention the nice cocktails... - Staff (mostly Italians) were really friendly and attentive. - I wish I could soon go back there again...
- The comfort of the bungalows is basic, especially bathrooms, but it is sufficient; it was anyway nicer to hang out on the beach or at the bar. - There was a party with loud music in one of the resorts nearby. Music stopped a bit later than midnight and was replaced by the nice waves melody.
Beautiful view from the Terrace on the seaside (room B)!
Very low wifi throughput.
Remote location still lively. Beautiful beach. Great places to visit around.
One filthy towel
I liked very much the beach and the internal garden with the restaurant there. The atmosphere was really peaceful and relaxing!
I am not satisfied from the staff service and I don't think that the relation, price - quality is acceptable. It's expensive for what we received!
Great location on a beautiful private beach. A real gem.
Everything! A beautiful and characterful place in an excellent location. We spent a magical couple of days chilling out here at the end of our travels. We stayed in the beachfront royal king room which was gorgeous and spotless with beach views to die for; we drifted to sleep each night to the sound of the ocean waves and woke to lovely sunrises. Lots of lovely décor details here too, from beautifully carved natural wood furniture to little quirky touches (the old record player and vintage suitcase in the sand, a milagro-encrusted corazon in a bird cage, etc). The small beach between two rocky headlands is lovely and quiet with a private, secluded feel, and you can easily walk, rent a bike, or take a quick taxi ride to the longer stretches of beach to both the north (near the ruins) and south if you wish. Tulum Pueblo is also just a quick cab ride away. The owners and staff were wonderfully warm and friendly. The food was excellent - particularly the gourmet tapas (we lunched on ceviche, tuna sashimi and a trio of mini beef/fish/vegetable burgers all of which were divine - perfectly prepared and stunningly presented). A good handful of other lovely little cafes, bars and restaurants around too, plus a French bakery, convenience store, shops and ATMs. A really wonderful experience - loved it!
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