Green Tulum where to start... First on the internet they lead you to believe they are on the beach, but they are not even close. That was disappointing but the place was super cute very earthy and rustic exactly what I like but, the rooms were a little on the dark side and could have been clean much better ( I won't go into detail about the lack of cleanliness)
The room are also super close to each other, I woke up to the people beside our little room looking at us sleeping naked (fun times), but that is not the worst.
I had been going non stop for days and wanted to relax thinking I would sleep in to at least 8 or 9 am but that was impossible as there is a lumber yard right next door cutting wood from about 7.30am on not relaxing at all! It's like having a leaf blower going off beside your room and you never know when of if it will stop! Terrible!!!
Now for the kicker! When I went for the "free" breakfast in the morning the orange juice was Tang (powdered orange juice) and instead of some pastries or toast they had frosted flakes and a big tv going which I found to be a big disappointment, I mean we were in Mexico fresh fruit is bountiful, use it!
Now apart from all that when we arrived we were greeted by the owner who smelled of alcohol and although we spoke in Spanish he spoke to us in english, he told us he didn't speak spanish and when we asked him where he was from he said Texas but the guy was obviously Mexican and 5 minutes later was quite fluent in Spanish,and said he was from Mexico... what's up with that kind of behavior it all left us with a bad impression, and it really is too bad because the place it's self is quite beautiful!
Note to the owner if you are reading this, don't drink and then take care of clients makes a really bad impression.Your place was beautiful but loud because of the lumber yard and we got a super weird vibe from you when we came but next day upon check out you seemed very nice, too bad that wasn't our first impression.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Born from the green of its surroundings and the authenticity of its structures. Green- Tulum Cabanas& Gardens, in the heart of Tulum, the last virgin stretch in the Riviera Maya. The hotel has 13 artisan cabanas with two floors, a total of 26 rooms. The surroundings are unbeatable, a natural paradise of flora and fauna, with secret nooks were one can devour a book, chat by candle light or simply close your eyes....and feel the Mayan magnetism. The swimming pool makes the hot sunny days a desired element, in order to dive into the cool water, take a "siesta" in one of the sun beds and ask for a cocktail at dusk. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Green Tulum Cabanas & Gardens Hotel Tulum
- Green Tulum Cabanas And Gardens