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Everything about our stay was awesome. The accommodations, staff, food, cleanliness, location, activities, and proximity to Mayan ruins and Bio Reserve were 5 star. We would definitely return. Loved our stay in a tropical Paradise.
Just spent five nights at Dos Ceibas and absolutely loved it! Located at the southern end of the hotel zone in Tulum, this is lovely spot for a quieter beach-front hotel for a reasonable price. If you're looking for plush accommodations, you may want to...More
Dos Ceibas has reopened after a 2 year closure and is even more wonderful than before. We first stayed here in 2014, just before a hostile takeover by the govt. The owners fought hard and got it back and remodeled. All of the rooms have...More
The premises were quite outdated, sometimes electricity generator noise during night. The staff at the hotel, especially at the reception was good and helpful. But the restaurant service was the worst of it all. Their continental breakfast is crap, the way how food was prepared...More
We stayed 3 nights instead of 5 in this hotel. To resume our experience :
- the beach and the garden are beautiful.
- the rooms are clean.
- the breakfast is good. But if you want extra you need to pay more, lack...More
Response from michaela_fly | Reviewed this property |
Great that you're going to Tulum! As Lin said, there is the possibility to go by taxi (and there you have the option to rent a private taxi for approximately USD 100 for the vehicle or take a shared one for about... More
Great that you're going to Tulum! As Lin said, there is the possibility to go by taxi (and there you have the option to rent a private taxi for approximately USD 100 for the vehicle or take a shared one for about USD 40 per person - the shared taxis will stop at some other hotels on the way). The ride takes about 2 hours. To find a taxi, just look for it online, you can compare different companies.
A much cheaper option would be the bus (ADO) for about 120 pesos. It has several stops on the way and in Tulum it stops in the center. From there, you would probably have to take a taxi to get to your hotel, depending on where it is. If for example your hotel is ion the zona hotelera, the taxi will be about 20 USD.
Enjoy your stay in Tulum!