|Distance to city center||2.2 mi|
|Distance to airport||67.6 mi|
|beautiful beach||in 306 reviews|
|cabana||in 28 reviews|
|coconut trees||in 17 reviews|
|food was good||in 38 reviews|
|good vibes||in 6 reviews|
|great location||in 166 reviews|
|hot water||in 63 reviews|
|kin||in 10 reviews|
|mosquito nets||in 16 reviews|
|private bathroom||in 11 reviews|
|receptionist christina||in 10 reviews|
|restaurant is good||in 73 reviews|
|steps away||in 11 reviews|
|tab and pay||in 9 reviews|
|tulum ruins||in 70 reviews|
|website clear||in 2 reviews|
|white sand||in 41 reviews|
The location was amazing. Just a hop down to the beach. Lots of chairs and shade. You can see the ruins from the water and it was about a 10 minute walk to the entrance. Staff were friendly and food was good. Okay for a night or two As so close to the beach, but wouldn't recommend a long term stay.
We knew it was going to be basic with no electricity during certain hours and only fans for cooling/air circulation. Our room was stifling hot due to no ventilation/no air circulation. A second window or a second fan would have done wonders as we often felt better with the door open, but couldn't leave it open all night due to bugs and wild life. The showers and bathroom could use some cleaning and extra maintenance. Several shower heads were falling off, there was often no toilet paper in the washroom and no lights for the bathroom. I used my flashlight on my phone as a light and am happy I did as one time someone did not flush and there was blood in the bathroom(toilet and floor).
Loved our little beach hut. Bed was super comfortable and it was right by the water. It's also the closest hotel to the ruins we just walked over.
Decent Hotel, Understaffed
Hotel refused to give us back deposit on towels.
Relaxed atmosphere and polite staff. Right on the beautiful beach. Short stroll up to Tulum Mayan ruins. Taxis always available when needed. Bike rental available.
Electricity off from 7am to 7 pm. Made huts very dark and warm if you slept past 7am or got back before 7pm. A little shelf or two and some clothes hooks would have been nice as nowhere to hang or put your stuff. We kept our suitcase on the hut table. We also bought an adapter plug in s local supermarket so we could charge our phones while still having use of the fan! Bought twine so we could hang clothes inside and outside the hut. We love to camp and this is basic beach stay, so think of it along the lines of camping and bring torches, twine, mosquito coils etc.
Hotel Zazil Kin is a family-run hotel located only 500 meters from the famous archaeological site. Guests enjoying their stay at this paradise are offered free private parking, free wireless internet access, a private beach area, and a wide array of watersport activities like snorkeling, windsurfing, and diving. The beach club is open every day and offers an a la carte menu to every guest. The hotel is located in the Tulum National Park and along a beautiful stretch of the Caribbean coastline. Any guest will find their own slice of paradise during their stay at this welcoming hotel. In addition to the hotel's private beach and beach club, guests are also able to enjoy a restaurant and a cafeteria, as well as a hotel bar, a beach bar, and a lounge where they can relax with a drink and unwind after a long day filled with exciting activities. Guests are free to explore the hotel's garden for a private, intimate stroll with a significant other or for a welcoming day spent among flowers and fresh air. The hotel also offers a 24-hour shuttle service to the airport for an additional cost. The rooms in the hotel offer a wide range of accommodation options. From double rooms to premium bungalows with private bathrooms, guests are sure to find the right option to make their stay as enjoyable as ever. The restaurant at Zazil Kin serves guests with a variety of fresh seafood, fruit, and vegetables that are all sourced locally.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
|Playa Del Carmen||36.6 mi|