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Reviewed 20 August 2008

First of all, Tulum is a great place to stay because you've got everthing: a beautifull beach, a blue ocean and just a few people with you. The village Tulum is small but not to small: great shops and restaurants. Ans it is easy to visit other places.

During my holiday I walked on the beach and saw different places to stay, but not as good as La Luna because of their perfect location, the great (and very clean!) accomodation, Free and Loes who are always smiling and give you the best advise and help during your stay. And you pay a normal price for the cabanas!

So, just go there and enjoy your stay in Paradise!

Annette from Holland

  • Stayed: July 2007, travelled solo
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Thank Jikkie
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Reviewed 18 August 2008

As mentioned in many of the reviews of Cabanas La Luna, the beach is simply amazing -- and right at your front door! It is certainly one of the nicest Caribbean beaches we've visited. And the views...

That being said, our cabana (Casa Blanca) was small, dark, and uncomfortable. For instance, there was not enough room for us to unpack and the bathroom was not a separate room from the bedroom. Also, there is a cabana above Casa Blanca, so we heard our neighbors overhead. Unfortunately, when we were there it was not as breezy as other reviewers have mentioned, so the cabana was hot at night -- especially when the electricity went out three of the five nights we stayed there and the overhead fan ceased to work.

When we booked Cabanas La Luna we anticipated it being eco-friendly and were looking forward to the rustic surroundings. One of the reasons we chose La Luna was the fact that it had 24 hour electricity. I think if there had been more wind, and thus more electricity, we would have been happier staying there. Plus, there would have been less mosquitos.

In sum, Casa Blanca -- at $175 a night -- was not a good value under the circumstances. If we were to stay at La Luna again, we would go for the roomier, albeit pricier, accommodations.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank SuzanneDawn
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Reviewed 15 August 2008

Place is nice, but if you compare it with the rest of places in Tulum is nothing special. Keep looking, you might find something better for a better price.

Stayed: August 2008
5  Thank Kaniamon
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Reviewed 13 August 2008

Capt Dale's is currently my fave room in Tulum. For our family of four, it is perfect with the king bed downstairs and two queens up in the loft. We have a 10 yr span between our kids with differing bed times and Capt Dale's set-up made going to bed early/late, etc easy.

The front porch is huge and an extension of living space with a large table and chairs Two hammocks tied to the posts and two palm trees remain intact with the decking built around them. An ice chest stays out here - they will provide ice for $3/day.

Just down the steps is the beach. We could let our 5 yr old go down to the beach and keep an easy eye on him from the porch. There is also another hammock directly on the beach in front of Capt Dale's where I had my cup of tea every afternoon (made in the communal kitchen). Beach was never crowded; enough beach beds for all guests.

There are 3 shelves for clothes near the backdoor. Also a small bent tree branch as open closet to hang clothing. Smaller shelves behind the king bed for flash lights, etc. A water cooler for filling bottles. And two smaller tables for stuff (you always have stuff!!). A bonus was the full length mirror by the front door.

The bathroom has double sinks with plenty of counter space. Wooden hooks at each sink, plus more hooks behind the door (the door is solid wood and closes completely - sometimes a challenge in Tulum!). Shower had good pressure for Tulum; hot water came and went, but in all fairness, I never asked to have it fixed since it really didn't bother anyone. Toilet had the usual lidded wastebasket. Bath towel and beach towel for each person was provided.

Ceiling fan (directly above bed) was sufficient downstairs to sleep along with the front door open all night. Upstairs, there are floor fans for each bed and they worked perfectly. None of us used the mosquito netting as the breeze kept them away.

Electricity worked fine at night. They do ask you to conserve, which is typical since it is solar and wind. Fans worked all night long. Light switches were in all the right places - including in the loft. We also were able to charge camera, phone w/o any issues.

The ladder to the loft is a bit steep; small kids may have problems with it. At the head of each bed is a large bench for placing personal items (like a flashlight for late night bathroom trips so you don't have to turn on bright lights). There is also a pouf/cushion for sitting.

La Luna will make breakfast and dinner for you. They have a set menu of items each day and you need to make your request the day before. Breakfast was $10 and alternated between eggs dishes and granola/yogurt; also included juice and coffee. Dinners are $20 for a 3 course. We didn't take advantage of this because there was not much the kids wanted, but it's a great option for a couple.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled with family
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4  Thank pepper
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Reviewed 11 August 2008

I just want to say we had a great time in casbanas la luna.
It is a realy nice and layback place with lots of hamocks and a realy nice beach. if you are lucky you might even see giant turtles at nighttime laying there eggs.
Free booked us a trip to cenotes, a sweetwatercave only to see in Mexico, a must see for everyone.
We want to to thank Free, Loes and the crew for the woderfull holiday and keep up the good work.

We will be back for sure,

With kind regards,

Demian

  • Stayed: July 2008
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1  Thank catarina87
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