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We choose the hotel for its location (a bit outside of the city), on the beach!
We had a room with beach view. You open the door and you have a small private terrasse and straight feet in the wonderful sand.
We loved this place....More
I write this review as a guest who have stayed already 3 times in this property and many times in Tulum and surrounding areas, so I feel like I have a good perspective to compare and advise. Please read this review carefully as it can...More
Azucar could be a very nice hotel but it is currently uninhabitable due to very loud construction going on right next door. We were booked there for the whole week of our vacation hoping for some peace and quiet. We had to leave as our...More
Stayed Feb 3-10 and had a mixed bag. First, the beach starts as soon as your “porch” stops! There are a couple of swings on the property that face the ocean we tried to use every night. The room was as advertised, very comfortable and...More
I stayed here for two days for my birthday in November 2016, was a very quant little place and the staff were friendly. The place is very tired which makes it feel more rustic compared to the more classier resorts in Tulum. It has a...More
USD 103 - USD 299 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Bravurka2011 | Reviewed this property |
Don’t expect anything there but very simple pans and very simple knives, an old stove and an old leaking fridge. Its more of a survival thing really-good if you are a student. If your child has food allergies, I highly... More
Don’t expect anything there but very simple pans and very simple knives, an old stove and an old leaking fridge. Its more of a survival thing really-good if you are a student. If your child has food allergies, I highly recommend staying in the nearby town of Tankah Bay, you can check the Home Away pages and or VRbo and just rent a house ( there are many and the area is extremely safe) with a cook- believe me it is cheaper than staying in Tulum itself and it will save you a LOT of stress pollution and noise. I have stayed at a home owned by Americans, called Casa Azul and Casa Soleada, they are first line on the beach (as all the villas there) and their cooking/ cleaning staff is amazing. This I can wholeheartedly recommend it for a family vacation as I went there twice. In fact, I decided to stay in Tulum itself just for a change after three years of going to Tankah and I regretted it very much due to the fact that the place has undergone so many negative changes: Tulum is now overcrowded, overpriced and very polluted by construction, constant traffic, overflowing sewage and noise. Not a dream vacation anyway- best to nip out to catch lunch or dinner there but not for a pleasant and relaxing stay