Hotel Tunich Beh
Travel Blogs from Valladolid
We finally took our leave from Pasaj-Cap and Lake Atitlán just before the end of November (or should I say Movember for all you guys back home pretending to support charity but secretly just curious to see how you might look as an erstwhile porn star, theoretically making up for your lack of experience and technique with unbridled enthusiasm and a …
A year off from travelling, and we've dropped straight back into the routine. Excited about travel day today. On the road to the Mayan ruins, with first stop the quaint Spanish colonial town of Valladolid.
We got there early, so the room at the Meson del Marques wasn't ready. Time to walk to the Cenote Zaci, 1 of many sink holes - eroded limestone by underground rivers. This was a smaller one, but no less impressive, with tree ...
... Ts'onot" to refer to any location with accessible groundwater.
Cenote Zaci is partially open to the air so the water whilst clean is a bit dusty and full of leaves (and fish and terrapins). It cost 15 Pesos per person (less than $1.50) and when we arrived at 4pm we had it to ourselves for a few minutes. The water is reportedly very cold in a cenote but as this was in partial sun it seemed perfect, even for me who has ...
Busing here from Chichen Itza I soon found my way across town to my hostel. What a little hostel it turned out to be too. All the little features I have come to expect in Mexican hostels with a great atmosphere and some really nice travellers. Although the dorm was basic the whole hostel was like one huge chill out social area with a kool outside kitchen and hammock area and a movie room. I spent ...
It was out of sheer novelty that we opted to stay in the dodgy hotel (let your mind wander... ok, that's far enough! Now reel it back in!). No rationale entered the equation. We should have read the signs. Perhaps the one in neon lights that read "Hotel Dodge" should've made this a non-starter!
After all, it was in a dodgy street in a dodgy part of town. We suspected that they offer hourly rates to certain clientele (glad we didn't look dodgy ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Nice pool, excellent breakfast, friendly staff.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.