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This is an excellent, reasonably priced hotel for Tulum.
Tom is wonderfully friendly and helpful with suggestions for eating as well as things to see and do. The room was clean, comfortable and well maintained.
The hotel is marginally "off the grid" so internet is...More
I have known of Las Palmas Maya for several years now, but this is the first time I've actually stayed there. It was perfect for what we needed! In high season, the Tulum beach hotels are completely out of range, but Las Palmas Maya is...More
A place can be rustic but yet comfortable, not the case here. The internet. When working is very very slow (I was on vacation but also had to do some working which was impossible to do in the hotel, internet on the bedrooms is inexistent)....More
Response from Tom H, Manager at Las Palmas MayaResponded 1 week ago
We are very, very surprised how strongly you feel about the internet. It is equally as frustrating that we were not alerted to your issue during your visit. Last we saw, you were in our communal kitchen, in a quiet nook where we have some...More
Tom was always friendly and helpful. Location convenient, and a bit removed from the busiest parts, which was a plus, though there were still a number of restaurants of all kinds within walking distance. We enjoyed the convenience of the communal kitchen as well. Easy...More
I am so glad a friend recommended this hotel to stay at my first time in Tulum. It is off the grid, which made for an even better experience - a real jungle, tropical paradise. There are plenty of fans so you don't get too...More
Response from buddhaboi_7 | Reviewed this property |
Those staying at Las Palmas have access to the beach across the street at Om. There is shade available, but a tent...don't think so. There is another place (Also Las Palmas) about a couple miles south towards the ruins that... More
Those staying at Las Palmas have access to the beach across the street at Om. There is shade available, but a tent...don't think so. There is another place (Also Las Palmas) about a couple miles south towards the ruins that is a tenting (Glamping) place.