Sun, surf and sand… This is truly a sun worshipper’s paradise of Riviera Maya and the large slice of it can be found at Cabañas Ana y Jose Beach resort.
Located right on the pleasantly cool, powdered limestone coastline of Tulum, Cabañas Ana y Jose is a small family-owned hotel that features 14 warmly-decorated rooms, a beach side swimming pool and a lovely restaurant.
It’s a perfect place to relax with a creamy, ice-cold piña colada in your hand, dip your feet in the sand and listen to the soothing sound of waves in the background.
And if it gets too hot, you can always follow the ancient Mayan tradition and take a little siesta nap in your room. Besides being air-conditioned, all rooms at Cabañas Ana y Jose beach resort feature comfortable beds, ceiling fans and an en-suite bathroom (see more details in the amenities section below). There is also a 24/7 electricity, screened windows and hot water ‘luxuries’ that are not always easy to find amongst eco-sustainable Tulum beach properties.
What you won’t find at Cabañas Ana y Jose hotel are telephones or Cable TVs. So if you’re dreaming about an authentically “unplugged” vacation, just steps away from the beach and surf, this is THE place to be.
Also make sure to include into your vacation ‘agenda’ the entire range of fun and relaxing activities that Riviera Maya and Tulum Beach have to offer.
Greet the sunrise on the pool patio with a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. Try some of the delicious Mexican dishes prepared for you at the Ana y Jose restaurant. Admire the power of the Caribbean with its tall turquoise waves rolling into the shore.
Visit the renowned Mayan Tulum ruins, located a few minutes south from Cabañas Ana y Jose hotel. Experience the raw beauty of the Yucatan Peninsula at Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve (just a few miles down the Boca Paila/Punta Allen coconut road) or head to Tulum Pueblo for shopping and restaurants.
But before doing all this, take a minute to add Cabañas Ana y Jose Hotel to your inquiry! Then go ahead and start packing your swimming suit, sunscreen and flop-flops.
We represent so many small, quaint facilities, privately-owned homes and we coordinate availability with local people. Add Ana y Jose Hotel and Spa to your inquiry, we will get back with you, confirm availability and of course, answer any question you might have!
|2014 Dates||Superior Room|
|Garden View||Ocean View|
|Jan 8 – Apr 12||$ 365.00||$ 475.00|
|Apr 13 – Apr 20||$ 365.00||$ 475.00|
|Apr 21 – Jun 30||$ 285.00||$ 370.00|
|Jul 1 – Aug 31||$ 365.00||$ 475.00|
|Sep 1 – Dec 20||$ 285.00||$ 370.00|
Fun Activities Close By
|• Tulum||• LocoGringo Travel Itineraries||• Kayak safety tips|
|• Tulum Beaches||• Aktun Chen||• Snorkel safety tips|
|• Eco Parks||• Xel ha||• FAQ’s|
|• Mayan Ruins||• Cesiak Biosphere Tours||• Airport Transportation|
|• Local Business Directory||• Tulum Ruins||• Money Exchange|
|• Sian Ka’an Biosphere||• Coba Ruins||• What to Pack for your trip|
|• Riviera Maya and Area||• Gran Cenote||• Passports|
|• X’calcel||• Driving Tips|
|• Tankah Bay & Casa Cenote||• Local weather|
Restaurants and Beach Bars in Tulum
|There are lots of places to sip a margarita, enjoy some tacos, or have a romantic dinner on the beach.|
|• Celti Restaurant – Pueblo|
|• Hechizo – Beach|
|• Que Fresco – Beach|
|• Don Cafeto – Pueblo|
|We have made some suggestions but there are more places to enjoy and discover in Tulum. Read our Local Scoop stories or jump on the forum to find other recommendations.|
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"This was our first time to visit Mexico. We chose Ana Y Jose's for the beach and the air conditioning. Both were great. We stayed in the Amanecer oceanfront cottage. We paid a little extra, but it was worth it. Here is a quick summary of the visit...."
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By: Surfs up
From: Dallas, TX
Looking for Quiet & Relaxation
This was our first time to visit Mexico. We chose Ana Y Jose's for the beach and the air conditioning. Both were great. We stayed in the Amanecer oceanfront cottage. We paid a little extra, but it was worth it. Here is a quick summary of the visit. The trip from the airport was about 1.5 hours in a nicely kept Toyota Camery. We stopped on the way and picked up water and beer. It was nice to walk out of the airport and see my name on the sign Pablo was holding. Once he took our bags and put them in the trunk, everything was good.We arrived at the hotel and found that our room was not going to be available because they were putting new tile in the pool. They offered us comparable rooms, Agua de Mar and Estrella de Mar instead. We decided to stay in our original choice and put up with the work being done on the pool. They worked from around 9:00am to 5:00pm. We were never around the room much anyway and when we were it wasn't noisy. We had the entire end of the hotel to ourselves.As soon as we got settled into our room. We headed for the beach. It was better than I had imagined. There were 3 or 4 other people on the entire beach. We picked the palapa we wanted to sit under and ordered a drink. The only issue I had with the beach was the size of the waves. There is no reef in this area to knock down the surf. Kind of makes it hard to snorkel. Oh well, no people in this area made it easy to not care.We ate dinner at the hotel restaurant that evening. It was good. Kind of pricey. We found out that all of the restaurants along the beach were a little more expensive than we were used to. Oh well, that's the price of doing business. If you want vegetarian go to the Playa Tulum hotel. It's up the beach, north of Ana's. It's a little more upscale and caters to a little different crowd. I saw one other man in the restaurant. Lots of yoga chicks and their friends. I order the grilled Grouper after asking for a steak. We ate breakfast every morning at the hotel restaurant and enjoyed watching World Cup with the staff while drinking coffee.Most afternoons were spent on the beach, with drinks in hand. One area they could improve was the drink service on the beach. Didn't seem to be very attentive sometimes. Had to get up off my rear and do something.We went to the ruins one morning. Get there early before the tour busses. We went snorkeling in the caves. Don't go if you're claustrophobic. Down town Tulum was small and easy to navigate. Restaurants and Bars were packed the day Mexico was playing football. Everyone was depressed when they lost. El Mariachi restaurant had great stuffed jalapenos. Not too hot, had a good smokey flavor. We found a taxi driver named Freddy the first day we were there and used him exclusively. He spoke good English and had a great personality. I got his cell phone number and called him whenever we needed a ride.All in all, we had a great time at Ana Y Jose. We will be going back.
By: Akumal GandG
From: Dunnellon, FL
Enjoys Beach & Water Sports
Seeking a Family Vacation/Destination
Looking for Quiet & Relaxation
The hotel manager went out of his way to make sure we had the room that we requested.
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