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We were four women staying at the Treetop Suite and really enjoyed the location, the staff and our room. We felt very safe and had all of our questions answered anytime we needed some help from Tom! I really enjoy simple accommodations when I travel...More
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This little hotel is a great find and I would highly recommend staying here. Tom was a great host and full of great little tips for the area. We stayed at Las Palmas Maya a few times in November and December when we were travelling...More
My daughter and I had the great pleasure of staying at LPM for 6 nights. Tom (the proprietor) was a great host. He helped to ensure an amazing week. His excursion recommendations and firsthand assistance was extremely helpful. We visited 3 cenotes (make sure you...More
My family of 4 (kids 12 & 8) recently spent 5 nights in the Tree Top Suite at Las Palmas Maya. We were all extremely pleased with the accommodation, the cleanliness of the room, the service we received from Tom and his staff, and the...More
Our group of 3 stayed here for 1 week and absolutely loved it. Compared with other hotels in Tulum it is reasonably priced, and just across the road from the beach which is convenient, really great location. No air con but there are fans provided...More
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Those staying at Las Palmas have access to the beach across the street at Om. There is shade available, but a tent...don't think so. There is another place (Also Las Palmas) about a couple miles south towards the ruins that... More
Those staying at Las Palmas have access to the beach across the street at Om. There is shade available, but a tent...don't think so. There is another place (Also Las Palmas) about a couple miles south towards the ruins that is a tenting (Glamping) place.