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Recent Tulum reviews

  • Private Paradise

    "Our family of four, including 2 teens, stayed at this wonderful home for a week. Everything in the 5 star reviews and photos was accurate, and then some. Photos simply don't do it justice, and words can't describe how wonderful David's food is. The caretakers are a delightful couple. They quietly make sure that your stay is wonderful, and provide the freshest, most authentic Yucatan meals 3 times per day; fresh fish straight from the ocean, fresh tortillas delivered daily, fresh fruits, all for a total cost that you couldn't eat dinner for only a couple of times at a resort. Spacious bedrooms, including a very private master suite on the second level and a huge outdoor sofa on the roof is perfect for cocktails after a day at the beach and stargazing after dinner. The beach is truly your own. it is cleaned of seaweed every morning and lounge chairs and towels are provided. Over the course of 6 days we saw probably 3 people walk by. Because there is a coral reef about a 1/2 mile out, the surf is very gentle on the beach, making the kayaks easy to navigate. Although there is a very large brand new flat screen TV in the den with Satellite cable, our teenagers did not use it once. There is satellite wifi available for simple tasks, like staying barely connected to the office, making voice over wifi calls, and keeping teens happy. Bluetooth Bose speakers, cards and a few games are also provided and were great for passing some time before or after dinner. Although we had plans to venture out for some activities, we only did so once (taking in a movie and dinner at a very new, cool private outdoor theater concept in Tulum called Zine...highly recommended but book ahead on their Facebook page), because we didn't want to miss one day of relaxation or any of Davids meals! The road to the house is in pretty good shape but would recommend an SUV for a few rough patches and in case there have been recent rains. Finally, the very friendly and professional property owner is extremely responsive, as you are making your plans, as you are preparing for your trip, and in following up afterwards."
    Guest: jm Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 20, 2016
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  • Great house close to Tulum

    "I stayed in Casa Tres Palmeras with My wife and 5 children for 8 days and We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The property is very spacious on the beach with a nice pool. They have hammocks in the back of the house overlooking the beach, which we've enjoyed all day and night. Caretakers were very helpful and cleaned the house everyday. They also make a killer guacamole and salsa. There are 4 comfortable bedrooms with air conditioning and private bathrooms. Wifi works well. The house is on a very nice stretch of beach, we took long walks every morning. There's a Cenote down the road, which we really enjoyed throughout our stay. The restaurant across the road from the Cenote makes a great cappuccino. The house is a convenient 15 drive into the main beach road of Tulum. Pam, the owner of the house, was super accommodating and helpful. We highly recommend this property to anyone staying in Tulum."
    Guest: Regine A. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 1, 2016
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  • Fantastic Beach House!

    "We just returned from a week at Casa Caribe and we enjoyed it very much. The house was in great condition and looked even better than in the photos. The room upstairs was absolutely heaven and it was lovely to listen to the waves as you are falling asleep. Christina and Luis were super helpful with anything we needed. Some of our favorite activities were to go to the beach clubs up in Tulum and check out the local cenotes. We also really enjoyed Coba, we were early before the tour buses got there and we had the place to ourselves. Pretty amazing! I would really recommend having a car here, it opens up lots of fun opportunities though we did walk every night to dinner."
    Guest: Heather Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 1, 2016
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  • Robinson Crusoe getaway

    "I was looking for a place off the grid, away from Tulum in the biosphere and I certainly found it at Xamach Dos. Even though I emailed for availability at the last minute, I received a reply withing 20 minutes. Management and staff could not have been more welcoming or accommodating. The majority of our stay, we had the beach and restaurant to ourselves. It was off season, after all. There is a choice of loungers and hammocks sprinkled throughout. We stayed at Casa Secreta which was perfectly situated for someone craving privacy: in the jungle, yet steps from the water. We had use of kayaks and snorkel gear if we so desired. The reef is within visible distance. Ancient Mayan ruins can be found across the street and the staff will be more than happy to recommend tours within the biosphere or excursions to Tulum. Yes, the road is bumpy and the journey there will take a while at 20 km/hr. You are on vacation: relax and enjoy the scenery! Do bring plenty of DEET free mosquito repellent ( a must for the entire Riviera Maya) and strong biodegradable sunblock or sunscreen. The food was great; always freshly prepared. The vibe is relaxed. If you live by a different beat, please visit something more in tune with you."
    Guest: barefoot princess Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 24, 2015
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