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Recent Tulum reviews

  • Comfort and class in relative seclusion on your own beach

    "If you're the kind of vacationer who prefers a choose-your-own-adventure style of travel while still enjoying a comfortable setting, this property may be what you're looking for. There are not too many better properties we could find in the area. I highly recommend it, but for one thing which I'll speak to: A beautiful house on the best beach in the area. If we saw 5 people on the beach all day we were surprised. Evenings on the balcony or patio were quiet and peaceful. A ton of little details and care were taken for the property, which really make the place feel like home for your time there. The on-site staff are there when you need something, but will leave you to yourself when you don't. Things to note: Because of the far-removed nature of this property, and location in an eco-reserve, conservation of resources is necessary. That mostly means watch how much water you use. No AC, but it is not needed with the sea-breeze blowing through. You'll need your own car, and I recommend an SUV for comfort. Groceries in town are your best bet for supplies (buy lots of bottled water), we chose to grab what we needed on the way in and again while out on tours. Beyond that, definitely check out the amazing dining options in the Tulum hotel zone or beyond. Location is a relatively safe area for travel, but common sense and awareness should prevail when on vacation ... especially so far out of the way. There are critters all around ... not to be alarming, just aware. Giant iguanas or monitors are the most obvious (and of course, mosquitoes and little pests), but we saw a tarantula the size of a large hand and a 7-8 foot snake crossing the road one night. I'm sure larger unseen critters lurk in the jungle at night. I don't consider any of the above as a negative, but you should go in with eyes open. Beautiful hooded orioles sang outside our windows every morning! The only negative ... and it is hard to call it a negative when we had such an amazing vacation property ... would be the beds. Still a 5 star rating, and my wife and I would definitely like to return. Just note the beds pictured above are doubles, and for 2 adults it is a little cramped for my tastes. My wife and I traveled alone and ended up sleeping in separate rooms after the first night. We're not big people! If we were to return I'd be more interested if the beds were upsized to queen, there should be space in the rooms. ... Small nitpicky thing in an otherwise fabulous getaway!"
    Guest: Frank Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 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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  • Great Accommodation in a Unique Setting

    "I have stayed at Rancho Pedro Paila several times for the purpose of fly fishing in the lagoons. The accommodation is spacious and comfortable, the food outstanding and the caretakers and owners gracious and hospitable. Really a wonderful experience. The fly fishing in this area is really unique. Catching a permit on a fly is a very rare occurrence. Fishing here, catching a permit on a fly is a real possibility. This past week my partner and I caught 8 permit and landed 6 including both of us achieving grand slams (catching permit, bonefish and tarpon) on the same day. It is remarkable to site the fish from the boat or on your feet and thrilling to be able to present a fly and have the fish eat it. The Sian Ka'an Reserve is a special place. Seeing tropical birds such as parrots, orioles, herons, egrets, ospreys, and many more is an everyday occurrence. As you travel the lagoons seeing crocodiles, manatee and schools of different fish you realize how fortunate you are to be here. The lodge owners can connect you with fishing guides or eco tours. For anyone who enjoys an experience that is both comfortable and wild I wholeheartedly endorse Rancho Pedro Paila."
    Guest: Elliot G. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 11, 2016
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  • Dream House for a Dream Vacation

    "Beautiful place, huge house and relaxing vacation. Our stay here was so relaxing and also so wonderful with the delicious meals. Some of us hung around the house almost the entire week and others went exploring, snorkeling, kayaking and to the ruins. We walked the beach, swam in the warm water and had a lot of room for all of us. There were 12 in our group. We wanted to take Lily and the other staff home with us. They are just one of the reasons why we loved this house. It is decorated lovely and has everything that you will need including the beach towels. I’m sure we will return to this house again."
    Guest: travel_lover Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 25, 2016
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