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Recent Tulum reviews

  • A perfectly relaxing retreat...

    "I absolutely loved my stay in Puerto Zama, it was just the right environment for me to enjoy my stay in Tulum. The four poster king size bed in the master bedroom is sooo compfy and dreamy, I was able to rest so well and the rest of the apartment is also gorgeous. Not to mention the pool outside gives you a stunning view from the living room and perfect for an afternoon dip in the sunshine. The neighbours are so friendly and were often having drinks and barbeques in the communal area outside. I was in a great position close to the beach but also to the town. A truely lovely spot to stay. Relaxing and has everything you need! Highly recommended!!"
    Guest: Mais Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 24, 2016
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  • Incredible House and location

    "We were very pleased with our experience at this house and in Akumal. The house is exactly as it appears on the pictures and description. There are many spaces to either be together or have private time. There was a maid and groundskeeper that came in everyday, except Sunday. We wish it has a washer and dryer but that was probably the only amenity that it lacked. 3 bedrooms are in the main house and there is a little casita for the 4th bedroom. It is a great small space with its own kitchen. As long as you have older kids or couples it works very well, it is at the end of the driveway. You can walk down the beach to the restaurants, our favorite was La Buena Vida. It has a good beach, pool and outdoor seating. You could enjoy a white sand beach and food and drink. Yal Ku, a 5 min walk, is also well worth the snorkeling. We bought passes on two separate days and just went back and forth to the house. Kitchen is well quipped. It was very windy while we were there so having the pool located not on the ocean side was a huge benefit. Good snorkeling right off the house if the wind is not too high. Bring water shoes! They were great for the coral lined water. I would also highly recommend Xel-Ha. It is an all inclusive daytime eco park. We had ages 3, 5, 9, 12 and 4 adults with us and we all had a great time. It is very close 15 min. We rented a car in Cancun and it was very easy to drive around. We also did Tulum and Coba in the same day with the older kids. We started in Coba, I recommend renting the bikes they offer. Then had a great lunch at the first restaurant as you leave the parking area. We then went over to Tulum for the second half of the day. The Dolphin Experience was also wonderful. A little pricey but was wonderfully done. All in all it is a location and a house I would go back to!"
    Guest: Rebecca B. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 13, 2016
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  • Wonderful stay

    "I really enjoyed my 10 day stay at Stephanie's casita. As others have mentioned, this is a property in a local neighbourhood so you are not surrounded by tourists. The casita is simple but very comfortable and it is so nice to have your very own garden. Other than sleeping I spent all my time outside. Even in a heavy downpour I was able to stay dry sitting at the large palapa table. For me, an added bonus was the resident kitty Diego, along with his mama from next door who always came to hang out with us. Also there was a bike to use, so I was able to bike around town, and also down to the beach. If you are looking for something off the beaten path and do not need the luxuries of a five star hotel or resort then this is the place for you! Stephanie and Manuel were both excellent to work with, very friendly and responsive to questions or concerns. I had rented a car, and I actually found that Stephanie's map and directions were spot on. No problem finding the property even though I arrived at night Stephanie also gave me a list of her favourite restaurants in the area which was very helpful. I would add one to that list: Taqueria Don Honorio. It is about 1.5 blocks east of the Scotiabank. They had the best tacos I've had anywhere. It is family run and super busy with locals and some tourists too. Go in the morning as I think they close at 2pm Other than the obvious beaches, I would also highly recommend a visit to cenote Labnaha. It is just north on town, and not touristy at all. I had a private guided snorkel tour in these caves and it was the highlight of my trip! Also recommended are the ruins at Muyil about 1/2 hour south of town. Again, this is off the. Eaten path so you can enjoy a less touristy experience. There is a trail at the end of the Ruins that you can take into Sian Ka'an. It is about a 15-20 minute walk on a boardwalk through the jungle to Laguna Muyil. Along the way be sure to climb the lookout tower for a bird's eye view of the area In all a great stay,and I would most definitely return to Stephanie's casita!"
    Guest: lauren g. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • An incredible vacation

    "We have been travelling to Tulum for the past 5 years and staying at saasil this last trip was definitely the best vacation we have had in tulum. The condo was everything if not more than what we expected. The private pool was the icing on the cake. Town was a short walk or bike ride from la veleta with an abundance of fabulous restaurants and bars. The staff were all so friendly and accommodating. We loved it so much we have already reserved for next year!"
    Guest: John A. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 20, 2017
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