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Recent Tankah reviews

  • Amazing and Wonderful

    "We spent a wonderful week in Mexico and LOVED this house. It was absolutely luxurious for 3 adults and two young teens. The house itself it very nice -- extremely well maintained with beautiful wood and tile throughout. SO nice to stay in a house where we did not need air conditioning, because the house is perfectly positioned on the property to allow cooling, relaxing ocean breezes to blow through day and night. With lounging, kayaking, and snorkeling right outside our door, we spent more time at the house than we did exploring the area (which is also lovely!). The caretakers who live on-site are warm, friendly people who made us feel very welcome (and cooked us some amazing meals). The house is close to cenotes, shopping, yoga studios, Mayan ruins, restaurants, and all manner of fun adventures -- yet private and away from it all! Ann is great to work with, and provided us with lots of information that made our vacation PERFECT."
    Guest: A guest from Chapel Hill, NC Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 7, 2016
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  • Beach , scuba and relaxation lovers

    "EVERYTHING from the moment we talked to Anna at Aquamarine until the moment we departed could not have been any better. I have been traveling to the Yucatan and Cozumel for over 35 years....we know this area. This area is one of our favorite locations. we NEVER get bored of all there is to do. We are snorkelers, scuba divers, Ruins lovers, relaxation lovers, old party dogs and even just appreciative of the peacefulness. We love the Mayan culture and are continually humbled by the wonderful people here. Aquamarine was as good as it gets...period! The hosts were amazing....the very unusual "effort" at having 8 cold beers, and a full breakfast stocked in our refrig. was amazing to us....upon arrival. We have stayed at a number of places from just north of Akumal to Tulum......Aquamarine is not to be missed! We will be back!"
    Guest: sully Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 8, 2016
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  • Paradise found!

    "This year was our 5th trip to Villa Marcaribe. it is WONDERFUL! Our group of friends love staying here each time. The caretakers are nice and accomodating. The house is beautiful. The location is fantastic! We love having our own pool. The chef service is out of this world! Lots of villas to choose from on Soliman Bay, but we can't imagine a better one! We are already planning our 6th visit. :)"
    Guest: Terri S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • A Must Stay in the Area

    "This casa is one of the best I've rented in Tulum, hands down. VERY well maintained, it's spacious & comfortable. Gianni and Sue are pleasant hosts & took care of every detail including providing bottled water, coffee, cookware, linens to a wonderful staff to clean the entire house, clean dishes and the pool area every day! Sue is a fantastic cook, we recommend ordering a few meals ($10USD) & massage for only $20USD! They have menu with all offerings. Things to note: - You will need a car, this house is off the beaten track. - You will need water shoes to walk along the beach outside of the house. While the beach resort area of Tulum has white sandy beaches you can walk on, this area is noted for the coral reefs & rocky shoreline. It is great to have reefs right at our house, so we could just jump in the water & start snorkeling. - The bedrooms all have A/C, but the main common space of the house does not. The morning hours were the hottest in the backyard & house, since it faces the east & the beautiful wall of glass allows the sunlight to come pouring in. As long as you keep the A/C on in the bedrooms and your doors open throughout the day, the common space will cool down fine. - There is a very small bodega a bike ride or short drive down the dirt road where you can get emergency items, but it is limited. It is best to go to the Chedraui supermarket in the town of Tulum, about 10 min drive from the house. It is open until 10pm every night & has everything you will need, including clothing & electronics. - There are three restaurants a few minutes drive back down the dirt road towards the highway. We ate at two & HIGHLY recommend them! !) Blue Sky Hotel has good thin crust pizza and fish. Ask for the milk and butter fish which is not on the menu, but a staff favorite. Erik "the Viking" was a local who had a wonderful personality and great tips for the area & sight seeing that we wished we knew when first arrived; 2) Casa Cenote where you can sit on the beach & eat fresh caught lobster and fish, amazing food and drinks. Daniel was our server & a really easy to talk to guy. It is owned by an ex pat from Texas who does a Texas style BBQ every Sunday at noon if you're in the mood. - Coba vs. Chitzan Itza... Coba is closer (1 hr vs. 1:45 from house, not as manicured and you can still climb to the top.) If you go to Coba, definitely get a tour. You won't know what you're seeing without it & you can learn all about the flora & fauna as well."
    Guest: Lauren S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 12, 2016
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