Diamante K

Boca Paila, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Resort
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This resort, located on Boca Paila, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Mexi-Divers, and Cenote Crystal.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Diamante K Tulum

    Almost Paradise (the manager girl is so unpleasant)


    The site is outstading. The room are sharming. The see is so beautifull.

    Unfortunatly, I can see two bad side :

    1. The cooking is not as good as we would hope or expect from a so called "green" hotel (to much cream, no reall fruit juce, etc). No breakfirst before the boss gets in (around 9 !)


    2. The Boss, a the young girl that plays the role. She is very unpleasant and the clients are the last thing she care about. Nothing can be done without her signature. Consequently, very bad. N.B. : the other guys and girls there are very pleasant and they to do their best under the dictaturship of that unprofessional girl.

    Upscale camping by the sea


    We went to Tulum expecting to hang our hammock from some trees. Due to the drop in temperature we sought selter in a slice of heaven on the edge of the Caribbean Sea in a cabana at the eco-friendly resort of Diamante K. The grounds of Diamante K are lovely with impressive sculptures and warm touches; great location close to the Tulum Ruins.

    Shared bathrooms include a shower with wooden beads for a door & no hot water. Go with an open mind and you'll enjoy yourself.

    If you book at a cabana with the expectations of a camping adventure you won't be disappointed.

    Bring your earplugs if you stay on a weeknight as Mezzanine the hopping spot just down the way will likely have dj music until 3 a.m.

    Good outweighs the not-so-good


    The most beautiful place I have ever stayed - see Giligan's Island fantasy. Don't bring high-maintainance girlfriends (or boyfriends for that matter). If you can't deal with bugs, stay in Cancun. Place has a great vibe but some of the staff have a bit of too much attitude (owner please note). Light sleepers beware - you can hear everything. Hope to go back again...

    A unique paradise...Away from average tourists


    If you ever want to do something different and go away from routine.. go to 'DIAMANTE k' in Tulum, Mexico. It is unforgettable. This place is unique.



    Stick shacks that do the trick nicely, and the place is nice. However, the price is quite high ($60+ on lower season) for a shared bathrrom. In addittin, it would be convenient for the staff to town down their attitude a bit.

    Don't make a reservation...


    Went there 2 years ago at X-Mas.

    They PROMISED us a beach front room, but none were to be had. Others checking in also had problems. I wouldn't trust the "reservations." We left and found another place. But did spend a few hours (waiting for a room, which we turned down) on the great beach. Location and vibe were good, but many of the rooms were not so great and overpriced, definitely. Would have liked to have stayed, but they messed up...

    Perfect spot for lovers/couples!!


    This place is it! Perfect location between the jungle and the beach!! no crowds, no kids, beautiful scenery, and not far from the Tulum Ruins, Cancun, or other attractions like Xel-Ha Eco-Park. I found this place by accident while touring the Riviera and ended up staying for a couple of days. The prices were cheap, and the food and drinks were excellent. You can feel the breezes from the lagoon soothe you to cleep no matter if you're lying around in one of the hammocks or in your hut. The meditation room is cool, and the staff is great. This place is incredible during the day with the beautiful water, and at night under the bright moon and stars. I'm definitely going back, and this time I won't be alone and without my girlfriend!!! Definitely a best kept secret from the crowds and the noise of Cancun's hotel zone.

    Chill at Diamante K


    Diamante K is totally kool though i think it'll work best for people who are self motivated/directed.thewhole feel of the place was totally laid back.I found the staff to be very friendly & helpful,but don't expect them to sweat the "little stuff".Plan to go back end of July & wouldn't consider anywhere else to roost.

    The Blue Lagoon exists!!!


    A virgin beach, private!!! No kids, very relaxing, not 4star, more like hut on the beach. Very nice - away from it all.

    Diamantek rocks


    I have been traveling to Tulum since my early 20's.While I have not stayed at Diamantek's other property. I can tell you that the management at Diamantek has always taken exception care of my tribe. I got married there in December and it was magical. All of our rooms were available.I heard from a reliable source that temptation island was filmed at both properties. As you know Neither properties accept paid confirmations.You were probably the only confirmed guest they had and as you now know there are many room/cabana availabilities in Tulum in a small radius. You can hardly blame management for taking the opportunity to fill both properties at one time thereby keeping everyone employed and giving employees the opportunity to earn more wages than they normally would.However, this place is not for the average traveleror high maintance people. if you ever have a opportunity to go back you should give them a second chance.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Diamante K Tulum

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Tulum

    What a week (pt 2)- cancun

    A travel blog entry by steve88 on Jul 07, 2014

    ... all looking down onto the main stage. It was kinda of hard to get a drink so the others hopped back over to Mandela while I opted to stay and listen to some pretty good music, real head bangers. It was fun. I met some Mexican people and later on they said a place called elevate was the after hours joint. I told them I would see them there and I needed to get my friends first. This is pretty much where the night went to ****. It started by jumping in a ...

    Mayan villa, Coba Ruins

    A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Dec 17, 2012

    1 photo

    ... a short distance to the Coba ruins. Our guide this time took us on a 2 km trek, to the tallest of the pyramids. This is the only one we went to that we could walk up to the top. But we didn't, because by that time I'd developed a nasty blister on my toe. I wimped out and had to take a bike ride back. Our friends Jens and Kim from England did go to the top... Kim said it was a bit scary with only a rope to hang on to!


    Life in La Ruins & the Bike

    A travel blog entry by adam.randall on May 04, 2012

    18 photos

    ... Ts'onot" to refer to any location with accessible groundwater. It was quite the experience.

    After we had snorkelled the cenote for about two hours we made our way to the beach and had an opportunity to swim with some turtles and sting rays in the outer reef and then make our way back to the hostel. The total cost for the 5 hours including lunch,entry and transportation was $45 u.s, very good value for money.

    Thanks for reading :)


    Tulum - Chillin, Diving & Ruin Exploring

    A travel blog entry by adamsteph on Jan 15, 2011

    3 comments, 28 photos

    Tulum 11th – 13th

    S: We jumped on another bus in Playa Del Carmen and made another 1.5hr journey to Tulum. We got off the bus and started walking in hope of finding a hotel to stay. We walked for about 45mins with the sun belting down on us and our backpacks slowing us up, making us very tired. We eventually found a place that was ok and stayed there for the next 2 nights. Unfortunately the hotel was doing repairs right outside ...

    Guatemala & Belize

    A travel blog entry by dennis1985 on Jun 03, 2010

    21 photos

    ... but if the traffic light turns red you will be fully searched. I was lucky with a green light, but with one of the girls that I am travelling with into Mexico the traffic light turned red. However the customs agent asked her: “Where are you from? Norway. Where are you going? Tulum. Okay, then walk on.” Apparently it is not a big deal for most European people.

    Well, so far my story. And of course you can find new pictures…..

    Regards, Dennis. ...