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Aldea Coba An Escape Boutique Experience is set in Cobá in the Quintana Roo region, 1.2 mi from Coba. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with an outdoor pool. Beautiful resort! Bungalow so spacious & clean. Bed was comfy. Room had very nice amenities; fluffy towels, in-room safe, air conditioning, hair dryer. Enjoyed the complimentary breakfast. Food was delicious. WiFi is included with your stay. Mayan ruins are very close by. Bicycles provided to get to local attractions. Staff provided excellent service. Pool was clean & pool towels are provided. Alcoholic beverages were very tasty and priced well. Very unique concept. Resort is designed to look like Mayan village. Wish I could have stayed more nights.
Providing free WiFi, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, garden and bar, Coqui Coqui Coba is located in Coba. Featuring a concierge service, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. The room and hotel was stunning, we felt completely at home and at a luxe experience at the same time. Service from the staff was extremely friendly. Closeness to the Coba ruins
Hotel Sac Be is located 984 feet from Cobá archaeological site and 328 feet away from Cobá Lagoon. It offers a restaurant with regional dishes, a garden and an on-site mini market. location perfect for seeing the ruins..close to all the restaurants...they have a full store below..staff was very nice...
Hotel LOL-HA is offering accommodations in Coba. Built in 2015, the property is within a 15-minute walk of Coba Ruins. Mexican cuisine is served at the restaurant. Very helpful hostess with Coba ruins and transport info. Special food prepared at low cost.
Located 17 miles from Coba Ruins, Casa Aztlan provides accommodations with a garden, a bar and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience. There were no keys, the bungalows were safe and centrally located. The hosts were waiting for us upon arrival and very helpful.
This Colonial-inspired Hacienda Cobá bed and breakfast features free WiFi and a daily breakfast. Guests will also be 1.1 mi from Cobá city center. The room was spacious, clean and simple, yet elegant in style. The bathroom was very nice. The overall impression and stated by one of the staff was this is a place for relaxation and reflection.
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The archialogical site and ruins were wonderful to visit, loved walking through the jungle along the ancient sacbes to access the various areas. 3 cenotes are very close by and a most pleasant bicycle ride away. Very easy to rent a bike. Prices for everything so very inexpensive, including the fresh fruits at one of the local mom and pop shops. Do make sure to pre plan your travel arrangements as there is virtually no info available in the pueblo and do bring an english/spanish dictionary as very few residents understand or speak english.
The place we stayed Coqui Coqui Cobá was heavenly. Little sanctuary by the side of the lagoon. Loved every second of being there even if it rained. The ruins were cool but don’t waste your time with a guide. The bikes are fun though and make the tour quicker. The food is nothing to write home about but if you are looking for a nice restaurant the one at Coqui coqui has incredible authentic Yucatan food and it’s delicious!
Nicer than Chichin Itza because of the shady paths and fewer people. At the time of my trip you could still climb the pyramid, the highest in the peninsula, and similar to Chichin Itza (which I climbed 30 years ago). Eat at the Chile Piquante, small and upstairs, great good for a low price. twmcc
There wasn't much in town, the ruins are the only thing of note and they are good. They are spread out so plan enough time to walk it all (3-4hrs) or plan to rent a bicycle to explore faster and save time. There are some nearby cenotes which we found worth visiting. They were just a short taxi ride away. You have to pay to enter each one.
Ruins are interesting, especially if you hire a guide. I also recommend renting bicycles The town has plenty of restaurants & stores though if you are shopping for souvenirs you might want to stop at some of the places along the road from Tulum to Coba. It is also a short drive to Punta Laguna nature reserve where you can see wild monkeys
if you have a car just drive through. The ruin site will take maybe 2 or 3 hours and then you can go somewhere better. There is nothing in Coba and there are other ruin sites that are way more worth your time.
8.2 Very Good 88 reviews
This is a beautiful property at which to enjoy the tranquility of nature. With no TV in the room, you can enjoy the wonderful sounds of the local birds. Late at night we heard some spider monkeys outside. The room was clean, comfortable, and very near the Coba ruins. I would absolutely come back.
8.0 Very Good 372 reviews
Coba is a quiet village & Sac be is a clean hotel. There are regular buses in both directions. Well worth a stopover and fairly priced. The daughter of the owner is a particularly nice young lady. By staying you can get to the ruins before the tour buses.
8.9 Excellent 103 reviews
The room and hotel was stunning, we felt completely at home and at a luxe experience at the same time. Service from the staff was extremely friendly. Closeness to the Coba ruins
9.3 Awesome 122 reviews
Loved everything about coba and the resort. Nice high end escape tucked away for the perfect escape. Can't wait to come back and spend even longer next time.
8.3 Very Good 92 reviews
A well located hotel, close to cinotés and the archeological park. The staff is amazing and there room are clean !!
8.3 Very Good 196 reviews
Nice village near Coba ruins. Family restaurant with “homemade” hotel. Great food. Up to one waiter very kind staff.