About this rental
Rooms & beds
Bedrooms: 2(Sleeps: 5)
twin/ single (2)
Toilet · shower
Toilet · shower
- Pets Welcome
- Children Welcome
- No Smoking
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 5
- We are a completely off-the-grid Eco-Inn running on solar power and rainwater collection. So water and energy conservation is important. We do ask that you be mindful of your water and energy use while staying with us.
Cleaned with disinfectant
Minimum 2-day vacancy between guest stays
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Hosted by Rob MukaiAsk a question
About Rob Mukai
Just because we wandered, doesn't mean we were lost. One Saturday night, 30 years ago, Rob and Leisa met under a Studio Alta sign in Shinjuku, Tokyo an unlikely location for two water enthusiasts to meet. The next 30 years were spent raising two kids and building careers. Rob traveled extensively in the service of marketing brands like Pedigree, M&M's, Employee Recognition and High West Whiskey. Leisa wrangled dogs and kids in international schools, bookstores and at the YWCA, Utah. Those years were heavily punctuated with trips to water, the Mediterranean, Andaman Sea, trout streams and high mountain lakes, desert waterfalls. We never took a vacation that didn't have water as an intention: boating, flyfishing, scuba diving, snorkeling. After years of travel, often with small children, we came to appreciate the needs of travelers and what is necessary to protect fantastic water destinations and we brought that together here at Acocote Eco Inn where we provide wanderers with a passion for water adventures a comfortable sanctuary.
Why Rob Mukai chose Xcalak
After 30 years engaging with water around the globe, Xcalak marks the spot where we, Innkeepers Rob and Leisa Mukai, have settled on a home body of water-a stretch of Caribbean, nestled inside the Great Mayan Reef. The manatees, dolphins, rays, turtles and all the gorgeous tropical fish that swim among coral heads just wading distance from Acocote Eco Inn's door, are protected by Xcalak National Reef Park. The sleepy Mayan town of Xcalak hosts two excellent dive shops, and a number of knowledgeable fly fishing guides that can give you a shot at a flats grand slam.
What makes this Hotel unique
So, what's behind the name Acocote Eco Inn? Well, it represents our commitment to our guests and to the environment. Acocote is an old word for dahlia, the national flower of Mexico. Long ago, the acocote served the indigenous people as a portable sanctuary. Acocote provided food, water, beauty, and comfort to travelers adventuring far afield of home which is also our commitment to our guests. We are equally committed to protecting this fragile environment. Acocote Eco Inn is 100% off the grid; utilizing solar, septic, and reclaimed water, minimizing our carbon footprint.
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