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Recent Tulum reviews

  • Unforgettable Memories

    "First experience in Tulum and will be returning again very soon. If you enjoy relaxation with a beautiful scene, food, adventures…. this is the place for you. The house is amazing, lots of space and options to hang out. The beach front is amazing with shelter options to get away from the sun. Kitchen is open, we cooked quite a bit & bought a small grill since there wasn't one. One concern we had was that the house was sold with a Japanese Soaking Tub, we found out upon arrival that this wasn't working and we were told that this will be removed and made into another space…. it would have been nice to have this tub since a few nights were chilly. The caretakers were pleasant, breakfast snacks were welcoming each morning. Please be aware from the beginning if there's any alcohol beverages in the fridge upon your arrival or out in the kitchen to ask about being charged for consuming these products, we were presented a bill upon our departure and were taken back by this even when we left what we bought and didn't consume. Definitely important to have a member in your group to speak Spanish with the caretakers."
    Guest: Alexis D. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: March 9, 2015
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  • Authentic & Intimate Tulum Experience

    "We had a wonderful week at Casa Pastel. We are so grateful to Stephanie for being such an informative and responsive host, and Manuel for being available with his handy and helpful assistance during our stay. The casa is a very well built and maintained traditional home with a beautiful thatched roof and lots of outdoor living space (kitchen, eating area) shaded and enhanced by lovely trees and flowers and plants. It is a private respite from what can be a tourist-heavy Tulum experience downtown and in the hotel/restaurant strip lining the beach. We were grateful to come home to a unique and vibrant neighborhood alive with local kids of all ages playing, families eating together and working, fruit stands, music, and the sweetest kitty, Diego. We loved going to sleep and waking up to the sounds of our neighborhood. We rented a car and took full advantage of it, spending our days traveling to different cenotes, beaches, ruins, exploring towns along the riviera, and enjoying the restaurant variety. My boyfriend was on crutches so the car was necessary, otherwise we would have been fine getting to downtown Tulum using the Casa Pastel bikes. The beach was about 3-4km away and definitely bikeable. That said I did feel thankful for the car on the hotter days. Stephanie gave us great recommendations for tours and secret day adventures, and I know we could have very happily spent another week or two at Casa Pastel without a dull moment. We truly recommend staying here - and at such a reasonable price we are not sure you can find better."
    Guest: Drusilla R. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 11, 2015
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  • Great getaway

    "We stayed at Casa Sophia for a week in December 2014, and will return if we can. It's a unique experience in a a unique location. The house is comfortable and the beach is gorgeous and perfect for long walks. The views from the terraces are dazzling. The staff is absolutely lovely -- inobtrusive and yet always there when we needed them, or were just about to need them. Of course the flip side to the sense of being far from civilisation is that it is a bit of a hassle to get to civilisation when you want it (or even to get it to come to you). However, the road was in good shape during our visit and there are some fantastic places to eat just a few kilometres up the road, just outside of the reserve. The hotel next door has now closed, so going there for meals is no longer an option and expect to pay a surcharge for chef services or grocery deliveries, etc. but for us, this was well worth it just for being where we were."
    Guest: penny Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: February 1, 2015
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  • WOW!!

    "This property is a knockout. The beach and pool are beautiful with a non- stop ocean breeze. This is a favorite spot for sea turtles to nest and hatch. It was my first opportunity to see these great creatures laying, and I can't wait to get back to see them hatching. A short walk will get you to an incredible cenote/dive shop or to a beach lunch of fresh fish fried whole to a crispy brown. The friendly staff is eager to please."
    Guest: Tom Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: November 16, 2014
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