Lovely place to stay

Couldn’t recommend Villa Pescadores enough. Rooms are immaculate with gorgeous products to use; the sand is perfect all through the villas, the beach is fantastic every morning, great food and the reception staff were so helpful!

It is quite a way out if, like us, you like to try different restaurants you have to get a taxi everywhere, which is about 200 pesos each way. You have to try the shrimp ceviche and corn!! Thank you for a brilliant honeymoon.

We loved the beach here! Beautiful water and fewer waves than on the hotel side. Staff was friendly and paid attention to every detail Рthey also told me about the el cielo and snorkel private excursion we must take in this island, we enjoyed some delicious drinks and seafood tacos the tacos were amazing, small tortilla but lots of seafood (which we loved that about them) You have options to sit or lay on beds while you are there to relax.

We honestly did not know what to expect. But we loved being away from the congestion of the main stretch of Tulum. It was peaceful, quiet, and friendly, with a great location near both the beach and to the Tulum ruins (an easy 10-minute walk).

It was such a relaxing, laid-back environment, yet professionally run. I think the staff describes this place as evoking “the old Tulum,” which seems like a perfect description, given the crowds, noise, and traffic is not that far away. It is genuinely a get-away kind of place!

The service was fantastic here and loved the coffee delivered every morning. AC was available during the day if requested. Bikes are available to rent for $10 a day and were excellent service with assisting opening and locking them at all hours.

Parking was key! We had a rental car, so it was nice to stay at a place that allowed parking for free to avoid getting towed (like many we saw) on the main road.