|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Ki'imak is a heaven of comfort in the heart of Tulum town. Expect a genuine taste of the Mayan Riviera with beautifully designed and confortable accommodations equipped with amenities such as Air Condition, Hot Water, TV, Wi-Fi, Jacuzzi and Kitchen.
The master bedroom features a queen size bed, a large closet and a sliding door entry that leads to the terrace, which is home to a sparkling Jacuzzi. The second bedroom includes two twin beds and a closet.
Things to enjoy
BEACH (5 min driving, 15 biking)
Silky white sands front placid clear turquoise clear waters, a heavenly spot for sunning, snorkeling and kite surfing.
TULUM RUINS (10 min driving, 20 min biking)
Tulum holds the honor of being the most picturesque archaeological site in the Riviera Maya and the only one to have been built overlooking the ocean. The most iconic of its structures, the Castillo, is perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the clear turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean. The cliff-top Castillo, with its beachfront location and lush green landscape, is the image most often associated with the Mayan Riviera.
COBA RUINS (30 min driving)
CENOTES (15-25 minutes driving)
Cenotes are fresh water sinkholes created by a vast underground river system. They are some of the most unique geological features in Mexico and there are thousands of them located throughout the Riviera Maya. The ancient Maya believed that these sites were sacred. Fossilized coral and limestone form the surface of the cenotes. Natural sunlight filters into the sinkholes and reflects off the clear turquoise water and natural mineral formations giving the cenotes a magical, otherworldly feel, a perfect spot for snorkeling or scuba diving.
Some of my personal favorites are swimming with the Turtles in Akumal and kayaking through the mangroves in Sian Ka'an Biosphere. If biking is your thing, Tulum is a heaven for bikes (rentals are available). Massage and Yoga classes are a must here in Tulum and if you have an urge to detox and work on your self- realization there are numerous beautiful areas in which to get guidance, like a Temezcal (a curative ceremony used as a cleansing of mind, body and spirit).
I'm a bit late on submitting this review, but better late than never. We stayed for the Holiday season 2014 - a little more than one week. On the positive side the location is fantastic and facilities were nice. In addition, William provided great service when we were able to contact him.
There were a few issues that prevent me from providing five stars. While not a major deal, I felt we weren't provided with infrastructure material that should be part of the rental package (adequate amounts of toilet paper, towels (especially given the shower ran into the stool area and needed drying), dishwashing soap, etc.). We ended up buying our own at the store - not a big deal, but it shouldn't be necessary when renting a furnished place. At times we had difficulty reaching our host, I feel like there should be an easier method for establishing contact to get a prompt response. Finally, and this is a bit beyond our hosts control, we dealt with raucous parties on several nights and a chronically barking dog (immediately South of the property) that kept us up rather late, at times.
Having stated these grievances, I'd reiterate it is a nice place, optimally situated and was a nice, safe place for a family vacation. We had contact with several neighbors that were very friendly and offered advice for activities we planned.