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Recent Akumal reviews

  • Beautiful, spacious and comfy

    "Beautifully decorated and furnished, this condo was spacious and clean. I would recommend renting a car if you are more than 2 people, so that you can comfortably travel up and down the road, enjoying local beaches, restaurants and shops. We rented bikes one day and really enjoyed thoroughly touring the area. This was our first stop on a whirlwind tour of the Mayan Riviera and we were lucky to have great advice from the Manager. He was helpful and easy with booking arrangements and ironing out any kinks that came up. We felt very safe and cared for."
    Guest: Linda L. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 1, 2016
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  • Amazing views!!!!

    "We would definitely stay here again. Akumal bay is quiet and serene with two restaurants close by. Our favorite was the Buena Vida just a minute walk - great atmosphere. The one to the north was maybe a 4 minute walk along the beach and the food was delicious. We thought that we were staying in the bottom unit, but they put us in the top and said we could move down in a day or two. Once upstairs we fell in love with the view and a little more private feeling......we stayed upstairs and would stay upstairs again....we loved the view. The staff was super friendly. The bay was a little rocky at shoreline, but we did not have any water shoes just swim fins and did just fine.....swimming was great. If you have sensitive feet maybe bring swim shoes, but not needed. Bikes for rent out back - fun to bike around area - easy bike to Yal Ku lagoon and into town - Akumal Bay - lots of turtles in Akumal Bay....more people. Overall we loved the place and location. We will be back!!!"
    Guest: lh Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 27, 2016
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  • Lovely house in a peaceful location

    "First off, the house is quite lovely. It's at the end of a quiet street next to other luxury houses. We were there of Christmas and most of the other houses seemed unoccupied. The beach was right in front of the house and largely empty (we saw 1-2 other people per day). The 4 bedrooms in the main house are amazing and all of the public areas were grand and delightful. The two bedrooms in the 'basement' are dark and a little depressing. The kitchen was wonderful to cook in. It could fit pretty much all of us (11 family members from three generations). The pots and pans and utensils were lacking (the owners must not cook), but there were plenty of plates and cups and stuff. The power went out a couple of times and we had a friendly mouse, but other than that the place was perfect for our needs. We loved the ruins in Coba, the Akumal Monkey Sanctuary, Sac Actun, the Xel-Ha amusement park, Hartwood (in Tulum) and the beach in Tulum. Carlos (the manager) was AWESOME. Friendly, clear english, helpful, responsive, etc. We talked to him or texted every few days with an issue and he always resolved them immediately. Super lucky. There was also another Carlos who tended to the garden, a housekeeper and a security guard all of whom were friendly and competent, but since we didn't share a language there wasn't much communication there."
    Guest: Zeke K. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 6, 2017
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  • Amazing stay at La Bahia in Akumal

    "We had just an amazing time stay! Really, I can't say we had anything negative to say about the place or our trip. The place was spacious, and had all the amenities we could possibly ask for. We were even able to watch football on Sunday morning! The weather turned out perfect (although we were a bit concerned about hurricane Matthew's path days before leaving). We maybe had ten minutes of rain the whole trip! The staff at La Bahia were just awesome; they were helpful and available for whatever we needed. We were there with a couple who had been to Akumal and stayed at La Bahia before (they stayed in #3 both times), so it was nice having them to guide us around Akumal and show us all the spots. But really it's an easy place to navigate. We were able to rent bikes right there at La Bahia, and they were a perfect way to get around. The staff was always available to put air in the tires or fix any issues we had, which we did not. We did a lot of the touristy things: snorkeled and spent time at Akumal Bay, Coba, Playa Del Carmen, Tulum Ruins, and Ya Kul. Absolutely loved the restaurant La Buena Vida (just a short bike ride or walk from La Bahia), and spent a lot of time there. We had a number of meals there also, all very good! La Lunita, a short ride/walk the other direction was also very, very good. Ya Kul was a phenomenal snorkeling spot, and it's just a short ride away also. But really, snorkeling in front of La Bahia was as good as any place I've been to, lot of coral, fish, and clear water. Half moon bay is just gorgeous and unmatched at sunrise. We were also able to see plenty of turtles in Akumal bay (a mile or so away), and the beach there is the best I've seen, ever. We have been to both Jamaica and the Dominican (Punta Cana), but I would much rather return to Akumal. It's an amazing little pocket of paradise and much more affordable than a resort!"
    Guest: Jeff R. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 16, 2016
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