Hotel Villa Matisse

Address: Avenida Satelite, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Avenida Satelite, Tulum, is near Aroma Spa, Alameda Central, Silver Museum (Museo de la Plateria), and Casa Humboldt.
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      Travel Blogs from Tulum

      What They Don't Tell You About People From NZ

      A travel blog entry by simonekrayner on Dec 25, 2014

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      At the beginning of my three week journey through Mexico I endeavoured to learn as much about the Mexican culture as possible. What I didn't realise was that I was about to embark on a journey of my own personal discovery of the Kiwi culture. This lead me to realise just how little we actually know about their race and how f**king brilliant they really are. It was on the East Coast in Playa Del Carmen where I met 4 Kiwi's who educated me on cultural aspects I wasn't aware ...

      The Hangover

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Oct 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... suddenly kicked in how long I'm away for. We then go the bus to Tulum, which is a small town next to the archeological ruins on the beach. After a cheap but tasty Mexican lunch and a quick explore of the town, I have slept pretty much non-stop through to writing this and it's only half 8. This lack of sleep is catching up. It so far seems a very laid back place and were in our first dorm room now but our hostel named Mama's house seems a really ...

      Beachside Ruins

      A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Apr 28, 2014

      10 photos

      ... lunchtime and after a quick bite we grabbed some bikes (that came free with the accom) and headed out for a bike ride down to the beach. The beach was really nice but it was quite windy so we didn't stick around too long. That night we headed out for some dinner and got an early night to reset the body clock back to normal.


      The following day we headed off to see the Tulum ruins (thankfully the final ruins of this trip). These were ...

      Tulum has it all - history, beaches and cenotes

      A travel blog entry by bulaska on Feb 03, 2014

      12 photos

      ... think you're inside a postcard ;)

      The second day was dedicated to "cenotes". They are natural sinkholes, that are the result of rocks falling apart and exposing the groundwater underneath. Some of them were used by the Mayas for their offerings and there are a lot of them around Tulum. The first one we visited was called "Casa Cenote". You have to take a Playa Del Carmen bound shuttle to get there (15 minutes, 20 MXN). The entrance fee to the cenote are 25 MXN and for 20 ...

      Tulum

      A travel blog entry by weebles on Oct 30, 2013

      26 photos

      Well we wanted it to be warm and it is certainly that! Rainy too! We are in a pretty touristy area in a hostel with lots of Brits so not so much of a culture shock yet! Trying our best to learn some basic phrases and numbers which is going ok. Have seen ruins by the sea which is pretty mad and a cenote ( underground lake) which was beautiful. Swam with giant turtles which was the best. If you wait for them to swim up for air you can do the same and see their little heads come up ...