If you like the idea of walking barefoot in the morning and enjoying the pleasant sensation of having soft, warm sand between your toes or falling asleep to the soothing sound of the ocean, then consider Posada Punta Piedra Hotel.
Situated literally on the white sugary sands of Tulum beach, this boutique hotel is a more tranquil and less commercial alternative to the large hotels of Playa del Carmen or crowded all-inclusive resorts of Cancun. Yet its location is very convenient to services, several great beach restaurants and at least two excellent gift shops. A must-see attraction – the ancient Tulum ruins are only 5 minutes drive away.
Not many hotels in Tulum have the privilege of offering their guests the same benefits as Posada Punta Piedra Hotel does. This part of Riviera Maya coastline is mostly rocky. So the isolated stretch of sand is a serious advantage when choosing the right hotel for your perfect beach vacation. But there is more to Posada Punta Piedra than white sands and picture-perfect views of the Caribbean sea.
This intimate and rustic hotel, built with local materials and painted with neutral, creamy tones is a perfect place for those, who seek uncluttered simplicity and closeness to nature.
The Majority of Posada Punta Piedra hotel rooms feature typical Caribbean palapa roofs and either a private balcony or a porch. So you can have an authentic Riviera Maya vacation, including after-dinner hammock siesta naps and nights under the sun-drenched thatched roof that fills the air with a fragrance of summer and dried palm leaves.
There is no air conditioning, but fans keep the rooms cool through the night. Each room is also designed with a private bathroom and either a king, queen or 2 double beds. Such modern-day commodities such as Wi-Fi internet connection, hot water and 24 hour electricity and daily maid service are also provided.
At Posada Punta Piedra Hotel, you won’t have to worry about anything, except for unwinding, swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, and spending some quality time with people that you love. If you are lucky, you might even witness sea turtles come to Tulum beach to lay their eggs, or help one of the baby turtles find its way to the ocean. It is truly a lifetime experience.
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|2014 Dates||King Room||Standard Plus||Standard Room|
|Jan 9 – Apr 30||$ 190.00||$ 150.00||$ 120.00|
|May 1 – Jun 30||$ 150.00||$ 120.00||$ 100.00|
|Jul 1 – Aug 31||$ 190.00||$ 150.00||$ 120.00|
|Sep 1 – Oct 31||$ 150.00||$ 120.00||$ 100.00|
|Nov 1 – Dec 14||$ 190.00||$ 150.00||$ 120.00|
|Dec 15 – Jan 8/15||$ 250.00||$ 220.00||$ 190.00|
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 maps||• 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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