by Karon Warren
Located just south of Tulum, Hotel Amoreira is where families go for a truly natural vacation. This boutique hotel offers eight guestrooms, including a beachfront family room. You won’t find TVs, swimming pools or fancy restaurants; instead, you’ll find a property heavily focused on getting back to — and taking care of — nature. Who needs a swimming pool when you can walk right into the Caribbean Sea? You can spend your take playing the surf, building sand castles, taking a kitesurfing lesson or just lounging in the sun. For those who must stay connected, the property does offer free Wi-Fi. And while there is restaurant, the hotel kitchen is open to guests.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Direct beach access
- Spacious family room
- Water Sports
- Free Wi-Fi
It’s a great place to relax, there’s no many places with no workers behind you like mosquitos and I really appreciate it!!!. So if your the kind of person who like to have waiters, chefs, room service etc... This is not the place for you. Just the basic to feel free. What I don’t like it’s the salty water for shower, beds are too hard for me I would like a nice mattress beside the hard mattress. Also the bar Eufemia it’s on one side the hotel and it’s always crowd and with music too, if want a no noisy place this isn’t your place again. Constantly a green smell comes out (believe me it’s not forests I’m pretty sure) probably from the camping place aside or from de bar.
Hotel Amoriera is the perfect place to relax and unwind. We stayed there 5 nights and enjoyed our time. The room was rustic, but large and comfortable. We love that there is not air-conditioning - we kept the windows open to the breeze and the sounds of the waves. The breakfast was simple, yet delicious. We ate when we wanted, and were served within minutes of sitting down in the open air breakfast area. The shared kitchen is large and clean. Though we chose to eat in restaurants for our other 2 meals, we noticed other guests cooking their dinner. Hotel Amoriera is within walking distance from some of the most popular restaurants (Hartwood) restaurants. We rented bikes from the hotel and biked to the ruins. If you are not into exercise, every thing is a quick taxi ride away.
My highest praise, however, is reserved for the staff. I was so relaxed in Tulum that I left my passport in the hotel safe and didn't realize it until we arrived at our next destination on Cozumel. The hotel staff immediately discovered my mistake and tried to contact me by phone and email. After a few email exchanges, we decided to meet up with Juan (a hotel employee) in Playa Del Carmen. We met at the agreed meeting spot and made the exchange. I offered,insistently, to pay him for his effort, but he refused. Truly, he saved me so much time and money!
We will return to Hotel Amoriera on our next visit to Tulum. It was a wonderful place.