My wife and I traveled to Tulum for a relaxing holiday. The team at Las Ranitas were helpful and attentive. Antonio the beach attendant catered to our every need, and Jerome and the front desk personnel were always helpful with recommendations. And, there was enough beachfront to make you feel secluded from the other guests. The relatviely remote location, kept a bulk of the crowds far away. The food was above average and we enjoyed the Chillaquies (sp?) every morning.
The rooms were OK, if not a bit rough around the edges, but clean. Comfortable bed. Perhaps due to the environment the toilet leaked and there was no water pressure for showers. Speaking of which we had no hot water for the first three days of a six day stay. They said they had to have one delivered and had to demand they get it taken care of when it finally did arrive. There was also a colony of ants in the closet but this is likely an issue of being in the tropics.
Overall, though we had a wonderful trip in Mexico, I had a hard time justifying the $425 (USD)/night cost. I didn't feel we got a lot for the money. We will likely try another hotel when we return.
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