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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Tulum reviews

  • Road Trip Worthy

    "If you are up for a little adventure, this is the place for you. we love that this is luxury jungle living. I mean who gets great food, wifi, and pillow top mattress in such a remote place. The road was a bit rough but we were prepared and pretty much new what to expect. So take your time and enjoy the views along with way. Bring bug spray, a flash and definitely need a good book. Plenty of hammocks to pick from. lots of beaches to walk and if you want they will take you to the ruins near the property. The staff are very trustworthy and helpful. All the cabanas have the owners unique personality built into them with drift wood and natural accents. The Tree Top Cabana is a must for a quiet romantic stay… one of my favs...Cant wait to get back."
    Guest: FarmBoy & Wife Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 13, 2014
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  • Beautiful Nah Yaxche!

    "We spent 7 nights at Nah Yaxche in late April this year and it was wonderful. The house and property are exactly as represented here. It's a lovely setting on a protected, idyllic bay. There is a master bedroom and loft in the main house with the kitchen, and an equally charming smaller separate 1-bedroom house adjacent. We had two couples and our 12 year old son and it provided a great balance of community and privacy. The caretakers rake the beach and cleanup so everything looks good every day. Bahia Soliman is an ideal location close to Tulum, the cenotes, Xel Ha, deep sea fishing and diving facilities (Puerto Aventura and Akumal respectively). Tulum is 10 minutes away (with restaurants, grocery stores, etc. as well as the coastal ruins), the ruins at Coba are about an hour away, Puerto Aventura is half an hour, and Cancun Airport is about an hour and a half. You will need a car to get around. From the beach, you can paddle out to the reef on one of the three kayaks, and the snorkeling is amazing. Beautiful large coral structures, high biodiversity, and all an easy paddle (or swim) from the beachfront. We saw turtles, eels (at night), rays, skates, and loads of fish. The house is well supplied and cared for. The owner (David) was easy to deal with and quick to reply to questions and provide advice for our trip. He cares about the house and the community; he wrote a book about Tulum. I spent a lot of time hunting around VRBO, Trip Advisor, and other sites to find a place to stay. I had some level of concern that Nah Yaxche might be too good to be true and that we would be disappointed by reality upon arrival, but that wasn't the case. The photos on this site look exactly like my vacation photos from last week. If you're looking for a beach-front house on a white sand beach, with rich architecture and a great location, you will be happy here. It's a relaxed, low key setting for enjoying Caribbean tranquility."
    Guest: Gomez Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: May 15, 2015
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  • Wonderful 25th Anniversary Experience

    "Just wanted to add my voice to the many that have sung praises about this rental. When thinking of where to spend our 25th anniversary, we could imagine no other place than returning to Tulum. Traveling with 3 other couples, we were looking for a 4-bedroom house. There aren't many on Beach Road, so we were happy that Villa Sian Kaan fit the bill. It is the nicest Tulum beach home that we've stayed in. * Ample room with several areas to gather for soulful conversations as a group or individuals. * Nice kitchen for fixing your own meals or inviting Chef Irma to pamper you for a day. * Snow was great to work with on our reservations. * Guy and the staff were very gracious and accommodating without being overbearing. * And for what it is worth, our experience is that the place (both the house and the area) has a genuine spiritual energy."
    Guest: Jack B. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 10, 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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