I love this little spot. It was very peaceful. Listening to the rain through the palm leaves at 6am when its still dark was magical. Theres no ventilator (which kind of scared me at forst) bit is not necessary. The breeze fr the ocean and the fan amde for the perfect sleeping temp. I could faintly hear the ocean across the road as well.
One thing to take note of is that tulum runs on generators so, expect to here one running till 11-12am and sometimes needing to be kicked on in the middle of the night. Also, the listing says a King bed and that it sleeps 3 but it is a queen bed and I dint know where a 3rd person is to sleep?? I would have preferred Andrea to tell me the name of the property prior to my arrival in Mexico, as I had Poor telephone service upon arrival and the wifi does not work when you're out and about, so I found myself trying to find the place in the dark. Thank Hod my taxi driver spoke some English and was able to find a neighbor to help me find the place. The ad also mentions fresh fruits to be served every morning and the women on property said they would serve it 7-9.the first morning I was up and left by 7:30. No fruit. Second morning I left by 9. No fruit. 3 morning I left by 8:30. No fruit. Would have loved to have that to start my day?
All in all this is a wonderful little spot and I would stay there again. Better communication from andrea in regard to the name of property and how to get there need to be disclosed much more in advance.
My wife and I stayed in the jungle lodge a few weeks ago and loved our stay there. It was a very unique and fun experience. We went and explored the ruins of Coba earlier in the day and had dinner with Laura and Michael that night. They made us a delicious cuisine meal and we enjoyed getting to know them and hearing their story on how they started their jungle B+B. The stay was very clean and the type of small adventure we enjoyed getting away from the big hotels of Playa Del Carmen for one night.