Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa All Inclusive

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Carretera Chetumal-Puerto Juarez km 234, Tulum, QROO 77780
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Located between Playa del Carmen and Tulum, this Unlimited-Luxury®, family friendly resort is situated along a unique white-sand beach in the Riviera Maya. Home to the world's second largest barrier reef, Tulum is also near the historic Mayan ruins of Cob read more
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After reading many of the reviews before going to this hotel, my husband and i were a little nervous but decided to go for it anyway. I cant say enough wonderful things about this resort. It was spectacular. I have alot of trouble understanding what the negative reviews are but i guess everyones opinion varies. Food- Better than i have ever had any where. All of the restaurants are incredible. Service- Outstanding. From the second you arrive, you are treated like royalty. Rooms- We had booked a Deluxe room but were asked if we would like to upgrade for a fee. SOOOOOOO worth it. Stunning room with beautiful balcony. Room Service- Usually room service isnt spectacular at resorts but this was almost as good as the restaurant food. Exceptional. Drinks - Top Shelf everything. Great Margaritas, Try a Ticket to Fly drink! Beach- We went last September and the beach was really pretty and nice and long. Good to take long walks. However, some people experiences rocks on the beach but we experienced seaweed. Give it a try, im sure youll be happy you did. We are going back this year!!
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Feb 9th, 2005
Adonis Tulum Riviera Maya Gay Resort & Spa All Inclusive

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Carretera Federal Playa-Tulum, Tulum, QROO 77780
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This Riviera Maya oceanfront resort is about 5 km (3 mi) from Tulum and about 68 km (42 mi) from Playa del Carmen. read more
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Amansala

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Casa de Agua Km 5.5 boca de paila, Tulum, QROO 77766
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Set on the beach in Tulum, this resort is within the vicinity of Tulum National Park, Tulum Mayan Ruins, and Gran Cenote. Regional attractions also include Xel-Ha Water Park and Tulum Monkey Sanctuary. read more
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From the second you step on the property you feel at home.The staff including Amansalas Dogs are very welcoming giving you personal attention without being overwhelmed .Very relaxed atmosphere.Plenty to do and keep you occupied if you like , or just relax by the Sea side.Room and resort bring outside beauty in using all Raw material giving it a very Natural Balanced feeling.Very clean and comfortable.Food is excellent ,very healthy,nutricious and Delicious( if you are a foodie , you found your place)Very creative dishes.Looking forward to staying there again did not want to leave , it felt like home being at Amansala .From the location to the people very warm and inviting.Making you feel like part of the Amansala Family.A must to experience you will come back a different person.Magical Tulum will cast a Spell on you .
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Aug 14th, 2007
Hotel Posada Punta Piedra

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Carretera Tulum Boca Paila KM 4, Tulum, QROO 77780
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By the sea, nestled on a private white sand beach, this resort is in Tulum, within easy reach of area attractions such as Tulum National Park and Tulum Mayan Ruins. Area attractions also include Gran Cenote. read more
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First of all, this is a cabana setting. If you're looking for turndown service and pillow mints, stay at one of the resorts! We stayed here for 6 days-March 7-13, 2012. We were looking for a comfortable, quiet, peaceful, low-key retreat and HPPP fit the bill perfectly! The beach is mostly private and in a small cove, but you can walk or drive a short distance to the wide-open beaches. The service is friendly and accomodating, they have electricity 24 hours (as you go further south this becomes trickier to find), and wireless internet. The basket of goodies delivered each morning supplied a cup of instant coffee, juice boxes, and a small snack. I'd suggest bringing a travel teapot or coffee press if you need a good cup of joe in the morning, but there are places (Mateo's) close by that serve good coffee and juices/smoothies. We also brought a cooler along as there is no refridgerator- there are two grocery stores near the main intersection in town which we made a daily trip to for ice, beer, lunches, etc. Lastly, Ignacio is a great host if perhaps a bit overzealous in his desire to promote his restaurant, provide tours, etc., but we did appreciate his advice, and he makes a great drink when you're relaxing on the beach!
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Mar 19th, 2008