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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Tulum reviews

  • Paradise

    "Loved my week long stay at Casa Palmeras! The staff was fantastic and the house was even better than the pictures. We saw turtles, manta rays, Barracudas, and a huge school of fish while snorkeling in the bay. Very private and relaxing location. I would definitely stay at Casa Palmeras again."
    Guest: Jennifer L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Fantastic!

    "Beautiful home, perfect location! Everything was as described and the pictures don't do it justice. Cheryl was a joy to work with."
    Guest: Rick P. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 19, 2016
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  • Sweet low key casita in between Akumal and Tulum

    "A very nice low key casita about a 20 minute drive to Tulum beaches and a 10 minute drive to Akumal beach. Like other reviewers' comments mention, we highly recommend renting a car if choosing this property. While technically "walking distance" to beautiful Xcacel beach, it is a pretty substantial walk. Xcacel beach is not developed and has no services (restaurants, dive rentals etc) to offer - and that is one of its charms to be sure- but if you want to spend the day there (and you should!), hauling a cooler and deck chairs (provided) with food, some shade, snorkel gear etc... You'll be happier taking your car over. Bike rentals were available, but the roads are rough and didn't seem too fun to ride on. The house itself is just as the photos describe and very comfortable, with nice decorative touches and a charming patio where we enjoyed coffee and breakfast each morning. It is a small 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom that was perfect for the two of us. The AC, and fans worked great and we enjoyed preparing meals in a modest but well appointed kitchen with pots, pans and the all important coffee maker! If you want to be in the action, this may be just a tad out of the way for you. Restaurants and nightlife are a drive away, as is a supermarket and bank etc... However if you shun the mega-resort vibe and prefer something more down home, this is a good fit. The casita is part of a small housing development near the local village of Chemuyil which is refreshingly non touristy and provides an authentic Mexican feel. Depending on the wind direction, you can hear the nearby highway, but generally this area is quiet with many Americans neighbors. The owner was terrific and property managers who helped us with getting settled in were great. We enjoyed our stay and recommend to anyone who is looking for a low key yet comfortable home as a base to explore this beautiful region."
    Guest: L M. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 18, 2017
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  • Nicest vacation ever!

    "What a paradise! My young adult son and I rented Caphe Ha over the Christmas/New Years holidays, and we had the absolute pleasure of staying there for two whole weeks. (We definitely could have stayed longer; in fact, I'd like to still be there, right now!) The compound was perfect: beautiful landscaping, neat as a pin everywhere you look, nice bathrooms, great beds, plenty of air in the bedrooms for cooling off at night, gentle waves, warm water, warm air, sandy beach, coconut palms, and everything you could possibly need to relax, walk the beach (by the way, you can walk for miles in either direction and never see another house, or even another person!), lie in the sun, body surf, or explore the surrounding woods. When I first booked the house, Guy (the owner) suggested that I "hire" Manuela (the caretaker) to do our cooking for us. I was reluctant, simply because I'm a fairly good cook, plus, I really enjoy going to the market in various countries and investigating the local produce, etc. So I politely said "yes" to our first couple days at Caphe Ha, saying that I would take over as soon as we could make it out to the mercado. WOW! After our first meal, we were begging Manuela to cook for us! She's fantastic! Not just "adequate," or even "good, " but superior in every way. We don't eat chicken, beef or pork (but we do eat fish and seafood), and we stick to relatively a healthful diet, and Manuela was completely accommodating. So fresh, and so incredibly delicious. At one point, we had some minor trouble with our rental jeep (a part of the fender was coming loose), and we asked Roberto (the other caretaker) if we could borrow a pair of pliers. Instead of merely handing us the tools we needed, he insisted on helping us, and before we could even protest, he was under the car, doing the entire job! He could not have been kinder! Both Manuela and Roberto, and the other couple who assist at Caphe Ha, Maria and Haviere, were some of the gentlest, sweetest, kindest, most lovely people we've ever had the pleasure of meeting. And the dogs! We're "dog people," to be sure, and having three adorable dogs on the property made our vacation even nicer! Whenever we'd strike out on a beach walk, two of the dogs (Diana and Negra) would come bounding out and accompany us! It was so fun. And the third dog, Yuma, is the sweetest, most sincere dog you could ever meet. We loved ALL the humans and dogs we encountered at Caphe Ha, and we can't wait to return for a "reunion!""
    Guest: Denise, Grant and Seth Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 14, 2017
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