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Tulum-Boca Paila Km 7.5 Zona Hotelera, 77780 Tulum, Mexico – Show map
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WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Shops (on site), All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
1:00 PM - 11:30 PM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
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 687 reviews Excellent
Located within Tulum National Park, this stylish hotel offers private access to a beautiful white sand beach. Each room has a porch overlooking the tropical gardens or the Caribbean Sea.
Score from 42 reviews Very good
On a private beach within the Tulum National Park, this tropical complex features thatched cabins with sea views, free Wi-Fi and private bathrooms. Tulum’s Mayan Ruins are just 2.5 miles away.
Score from 164 reviews Good
Nestled in a tropical setting, just steps from the beach, this hotel in Tulum is surrounded by a variety of activities and offers amenities such as free wireless internet access.
Score from 156 reviews Good
- Eco friendly, clean
- Recepcionist was extremely arrogant and she managed to convince me that the only thing she cared was money rather than the comfort of the customers. - Not possible to pay by card in USD, had to pay in Pesos with the highest conversion rate I have ever seen in the area (14.5).
Silence during evening so you can sleep well, all you can hear is jungle sound. Quiet place, great for relaxing and yoga sessions.
I spent most of my time out of the room, across the street at a retreat. Yoga Shala was the perfect place to stay since I was basically just sleeping there each night.
The wifi connection wasn't reliable. I couldn't get a good signal from my room like I expected.
Beach 2 mins by walk. It is far and expensive to go to city, but we were there for the beach time, very good value for money.
- Willingness of staff to help, give an advise. - Shower water little slaty, do not know why.
First off, the yoga teachers are outstanding. Secondly, the $50US unlimited class package for a week is an amazing offer. With two morning classes and one evening class, you can make your stay as intense or relaxed as you want as far as your yoga participation without feeling you are breaking the bank or obligated to attend every opportunity. Owner, front and back of house staff are all very available, friendly, and accommodating. Great location. Rates are reasonable.
Some of the screens in rooms are in need of repair. So despite mosquito netting, you may have to contend with a few insects on your way to the bathroom. They also have a loud generator on premise that seems to kick on and off at odd times of the night.
Likes: bed comfortable, close to beach, staff pleasant and accommodating.
Dislike: $1000.00 pesos a little high in price for no private bathroom, $100.00 almost in U.S. No receipt at desk until I asked for one! Other wise we had a nice time.
The location is great, right across the street from one of the best Eco-friendly hotels in Tulum. They offer beach access, hammocks, and paddle surfing lessons.
My room was very loud. Staff seem to work and clean at night, making it hard to sleep at times. Also, there was some mold on my accent pillow, so it could be cleaner.
Location Facilities Yoga classes Swinging bed
A scorpion was in our room (superior triple room), we got it out. Unfortunately, we forgot to tell the staff the next morning, as we were checking out after 1 night. Very limited parking. No breakfast
I got an upgrade due to a lot of rain that made my room inaccessible. First they wanted to move me back, but then let me stay the last night. The cheapest room I had before was quite small, wet on the floor and had quite a lot of mosquitoes inside. The upgraded one was really nice.
The office staff was sometimes not very friendly. No one showed my around. There is no restaurant. The water in the kitchen seemed not to be best quality. The yoga is pricey and the bicycles too.
Yoga Shala is a clean, nice hotel for people who want to immerse in yoga. Classes are given twice a day and are of great quality!
I would opt for other options if you are just looking for a hotel in Tulum, without wanting to do yoga. It is a little rudimentary.
It's quiet and the staff is great, specially Margarita, the cleaning lady.
The social area is really small and almost with no light, so after is dark you can't even read book, the only option is to stay in your room in the bed (since there is no sofa or chair) and under the bug protector (there is lots of insects) Also the water is smelly and kindda salty. If you are a smoker like me, warming: the only place you can smoke it's out off the hotel.
quiet close to beach price yoga
This was the only place on the riviera maya I was able to sleep without aircon / fan. The rooms are designed to keep them cool, and I got a good night's sleep (unlike in various other hotels in this area). The place has a lovely chilled vibe and waking up looking at the jungle or brushing your teet whilst a gecko runs passed is very special. It's not on the beach but would be double the price if it were. I liked being surrounded by plants, and there were several communal chill out areas. I'm guessing being further from the ruins means that the beach access (via the posher hotel in front) is not problematic, no one pressured me to pay for drinks or anything. That said, I prefer to lie on the lovely soft sand than on a beach lounger.
Only one power socket in the room. the staff aren't there much so mornings and evenings you have to ask security guards and maids for info (who are very nice, and helpful, but surely it's not their job?). the bikes for hire are DANGEROUS - no brakes, just peddling backwards, which takes ages to stop and i nearly crashed a few times (and i consider myself a good cyclist). also, no lights, and there are no street lights on in the hotel zone, making for a terrifying ride after dark. general complaints about Tulum: it is a beautiful, special place, but totally geared towards tourism and i felt like a walking dollar sign. everything is in dollars, not pesos, which is annoying if your not american and not used to dealing in dollars. everything in the hotel zone is VERY expensive, eating, drinking, transport. there are NO BUSES due to some outrageous agreement between the taxi drivers and bus company which means the collectivos are only for locals and tourists must take a taxi (110 pesos to the centre - wow!)
Great Location, very relaxing
front desk staff not helpful at all, its all about the money
They had mosquito cover for the bed and complimentary water.
Since its inside the "jungle" the mosquito net is a must, but inside the net there wind from the fan an its extreamly hot.
Beautiful setting, clean and with great quality yoga classes at your doorstep. The staff were helpful.
The room was really hot at night! There was only one small pedestal fan for the whole room. It wasn't a comfortable sleep and I had to have a cool shower through the night to cool off. The next night I requested another fan and slept better. Rooms are basic, with a jungle shack feel. The doors automatically lock when they close behind you so I was locked out when going to the toilet through the night. The lovely guard let me in luckily!
It was a special place.:) The room was nice, comfortable. They had great things for sale in the reception. Location for me was good, close to the beach and some restaurants.
Some of the yoga instructors were quite loud in the morning when they did yoga, so i couldn't sleep anymore. Wifi didnt work in my room.
Location, friendly maintenance staff
Too hot, unfriendly office staff,
great vibe, clean rooms, friendly staff!
outside sink! Lovely!
a few mosquitos
Yoga Beautiful beach Atmosphere Friendly staff
Salty water in the showers & taps No warm cooking option in the kitchen No breakfast included
Fantastic location with welcoming staff, clean and comfy rooms and amazing yoga teachers :)
Really lovely place to do yoga, very very close to the beach, beds confortables!
The rooms are very warm, the fans are really cheap so it doesnt help at all! There is a cooler in the kitchen to put food in it but it would be appreciate to have a fridge instead. A bit cheap to not offer the cofee in the morning.
This is an amazing hotel, but it is only for the more adventurous or happy hippys. If you like the idea of staying in a tree house, with no windows just mosquito nets, so you can hears the waves and the jungle at night, you'll love this. If you want air con find somewhere else. A must for nature lovers!
I liked the leafy environment. The double bed was big and very comfortable. The rooms are simple and sure a luxury place looks different but you have everything what you need when you stay in the bush. I like simple things. It was done in a nice simple way! I enjoyed the view in the green when showering. The mexican! employees were very sweet. Quiet location, just the sound of the birds, trees and the ocean are your companians at night. There is no air con. I was there end of march- I did not even use the fan. The windows just have mosquito net, I had enough air.
I don't like the fact that most of the hotels in Tulum are run by foreigners. The nightwatch and the cleaning lady were mexican. There certainly was a different tone at the lobby. Sure it's all about money in all touristic places and hotels, but here it hits you directly in your face. It was not a truely warmhearted welcome I was presented with. Sure it was in all the other mexican hotels I've been to along my travels through the country!The owner does not have a problem with changing your room three times during a three night stay just to be strict about double and single room modalities. My single room was booked out on the sec night. She could have giving me an upgrade on the sec night to a double cause the hotel was barely booked during my stay. In my other mexican hotels people easily offered upgrades if more expensive rooms were free. And they were happy because you were happy!! Well, I payed as a single traveller the full price for the double room on my last two nights, cause I didn't wanted to jump around three times. The price was still fine compared to all the other overpriced hotels- even though you have shared showers and toilets. Your host does not provide food, but this doesn't matter when you find out that there is a fine place just two stepps away across the road.
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