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All reviewshotel is locatedoff the beaten pathpalapa suiteinterior designoctopus tostadasbug sprayoverall impressionone of a kinddelicious fooddirt roadcoba ruinsminute walkshort distanceamazing experiencepastaguacamolemango
We stayed for 1 night after seeing continuously on social media. first impression was a wow as projected. But then all the small things add to a big disappointment. This is a luxury boutique hotel but operated as a b&b.. No hair dryer in the...More
We just left the hotel and i would definitely recommend you to visit, the style is amazing and the architecture is unique. But its very expensive, pretty bad service and mainly there are thousands of mosquitoes inside the rooms. They give us some insect repellent...More
We stumbled upon Coqui Coqui entirely by accident while we were birding around the lake. The setting is lovely and the hotel appears as though it could well have been a part of the nearby Cobá ruins, integrated as it is within the landscape.
Wow wow wow this is a complete indulgence . So very chilled a complete oasis. The staff were fantastic explaining all about he venue and drinks. We had just walked up the coba pyramid in the rain and looked not at our best but without...More
We love this hotel!!! We styied few nights in Coba and few nights in Tulum. If you are looking into a magical and relaxing place on much slower pace rather than our American fast and stressful everyday routine this place is for you. Unplugged and...More
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There are diffusers in the room you can keep under their glass covers. The only Coquicoqui where the smell is too loud is in their perfumeria shop and lobby at Valladolid. And of course in their shop at Coba. But it is on... More
There are diffusers in the room you can keep under their glass covers. The only Coquicoqui where the smell is too loud is in their perfumeria shop and lobby at Valladolid. And of course in their shop at Coba. But it is on the 1st floor of a building away from public spaces. but yes they are perfumers by trade.
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"all rooms are great, but if you go to coqui coqui you should definitely spend the extra money for the king..."