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... we'd check out what was the number 1 spot in Tulum - turns out it was 200m from where we were. Belinda slowly dragged Ben away from the internet and we stepped outside to find our dinner spot, we walked to the road, trying to decide if it was left or right we needed to turn, turns out it was right next door. We took a seat and ordered. We often try to get local dishes/drinks to try get a local feel for the place so we ordered 2 Micheladas. To be fair ...
... settling into our cabana we hired a moped for a couple of days to go exploring the areas around us.
One day we drove the moped out to the Grand Cenote (underwater cave system) nearby and swam and snorkeled around these underground caves, the water was much cooler than the ocean but again crystal clear and refreshing. When we first jumped into the Cenote it looked pretty dark but once our eyes adjusted we could see light at ...
It's been exactly 1 week since we got to the paradise of cancun in Mexico. The first few days we stayed in an area called Tulum and it was quite far from everything so we stayed only 4 nights. We spent most of our time being lazy around the pool drinking corona! I don't like beer but gotta have a corona in Mexico!;) I also spent my time listening to the ice hockey games and I nearly fell in the pool a couple of times due to it being so exciting!!! The quarter final game ...
... 8220;What beach?” the taxi driver exclaimed after rattling off a list with only one sticking in our minds....Paradise beach. With a name like that it must have been good right? So off we went, cruising down the main road passing all the hippies that chose to ride bikes in the scorching sun. Tearing up the coast line we could grab glimpses of sea and sand in between a few “eco hostels” that the 10kms of coast line had become famous for. Paying the 60 pesos ...
... city. It seems that the Mayan people did have great knowledge for the time, being able to write, count, and track the stars. From this they were able to create the Mayan calendar. As we have all heard, the clock is ticking to its end. As explained by our guide, it is not the end, but just resets itself for a new beginning. Either way, here is the second invitation as a result of the trip. (The first one was a visit to the wine farms next ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Azul Blue Hotel And Spa All Inclusive Tulum
We stayed with the entire family in Azul Blue Hotel and Spa, Tulum, Mexico, in december 2006. The hotel was just finished, and looked absolutely stunning. Wonderful separate villa's (with it's own butler!!!) with 8 separate room (every two of them connecting if necessary); great swimmingpool with bar (overviewing the ocean); great and very relaxing spa. Above all the diners were remarkable, almost compared to the El Bouli (superb restaurant in Barcelona) standards; every night these dinners were a great pleasure, with show in front of the restaurant.
We recently stayed at this resort for a 5 nights,
We are actually here right now and leave tomorrow. Not that sad to leave. We reserved an ocean view room in October only to be taken to a garden view room. We were then told that we would be compensated. No way. Spoke to the manager who took awhile to get it done, but we have an Ocean View room now.
This was the best break we've had in a long time. Tulum is magical and Azul just captures part of that magic. I do not understand some of the other reviewers-did they stay at the same hotel?? ...the hotel is fabulous, the views, the atmosphere and feeling were just special. The rooms were beautiful and the food...oh my god, some creativity and everything tastes like it has been just picked., Granted, the service was a bit slow at some points, but this is not a city hotel things shouldn't move at a NY pace here. but perhaps i just indulged too much in my beach butler bringing stuff to my beach chair ...this place is it to just chill out and take time to smell the roses, or in this case the truffles. which we did extensively.
Very pretty, very relaxing, very comfortable. The food was great, the drinks plentiful, the pool lovely. The beach is disappointing, but the views and the pool made up for it. The staff was attentive and helpful, the beds very comfortable.
We really liked how small the hotel is -- time to spend together without lots of other people crowding and distracting us.
My husband and I, along with another couple stayed at the resort for 5 days over New Years. The hotel is a 2 hour ride from the airport, which we expected. We were transported in a private van which was nice as we didn't have any stops at other hotels along the way. Azul Blue is the last on the "touristy" hotel map given at the airport.
The concept of this spa is good in theory, but it needs more refinement and more time inorder to work out the "kinks" in their systems. The facility is clean, neat and organized. I found the workout area a bit on the small side with just 1 treadmill and 1 ellipticle machine- the circuit training is of good size.
Just like the other reviewer on the site, we were a a bit worried to be here on the first week of opening, but soon our worries were gone...we arrived at the hotel and our villa butler was there waiting for us, addresses us by our names and took us to our suite. And yes, the transfer is not short, but it's a nice ride and the private transfer is definitely the way to go. Our driver was local so he pointed out various points of interest (such as the cenote Azul, which is awesome). Anyway, the rooms are very comfy and smelled great, I don't know what they put, but every day there was a different scent...very nice. We arrived late and were tired so we decided to order room service, but there was no menu in the room, well a call to our butler and menu was here so I ordered the best club sandwich I ever had. which brings me to the food...I would say, it is among the top three foods we've ever had at any hotel. The creativity, presentation and taste..yummy. The head chef Henry was super nice, he came to check on us personally at various times and made several great recommendations. We felt like we were at his personal kitchen and he was trying to impress us. well he did. and the ceviche! And what some of the staff may have lacked in English proficiency was more than made up with friendliness and willingness to go above the call of duty to ensure our stay was indeed stress free. We felt sort of like at Le Cirque but in a friendlier more relaxed atmosphere. The place itsel is beautiful, the foliage and landscaping were not too polished, but natural, which we prefer...we still felt like we were in Mexico, and the architecture is not overbearing, but sort of fits with the environment. and at night there's such romantic accent lighting, it was magical with all the stars. the hotel revolves around the central area of the pool which is surrounded by the restaurants and the spa. and the spa is gorgeaus, with bay windows overlooking the ocean and hard wood treatment floors, we got treatments daily. we also explored the local area, the cenotes, the mayan ruins in Tulum and just some of the local villages which were all worth exploring. so overall, two thumbs up. I wish we had more time.