Villa Pescadores Tulum

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Villa Pescadores Tulum - An Honest Review

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Villa Pescadores

Imagine staying in a beachside boutique resort that features thatched palapas, small picket fences, and paths made of white sand that is as fine as flour. Relax, unwind and enjoy the serene atmosphere of the place while watching breathtaking sunrises and having an unforgettable experience watching films under the stars.


Villa Pescadores Tulum is located in an excellent spot on the majestic Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is situated where local fishermen frequently embark and disembark from their wooden boats, and where local bands can often be seen passing by playing djembes.


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The sunrises at this location are stunning and usually tint the Caribbean Sea with a peach color.

The Mayan ruins that are well-known in Tulum can be easily reached by foot within 15 minutes. Alternatively, if you prefer, you can go for an early morning jog on the beach, which can be a unique and enjoyable experience before the arrival of other visitors. The Cancun international airport, which receives multiple flights from the UK, is less than a two-hour drive away.

The Rooms

The palapas, which are made mostly of local wood, have a thatched roof and are designed around existing palm trees – some even have trees growing through the deck. They look like small bungalows from the outside and are adorned with hammocks tied between branches and shrubs emerging from the sand.

The interior may not be big, but it has a unique charm with murals painted on the walls, depicting mermaids and other mythical creatures. In the center, there is a double bed that is comfortable and enclosed by a mosquito net. The air-conditioning is good, but please only use it at night.

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The bathrooms are small but have walk-in showers and are perfectly suitable.


This resort in Tulum stands out from the rest, as it doesn’t try to mimic the expensive and posh neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Instead, it has a refreshing and laid-back vibe. The 250ft stretch between the restaurant and the beach has soft sand and is dotted with palm trees, hammocks, and thatched bedrooms. The place has a natural and authentic feel to it, and isn’t overly artificial. During the day, sunlight filters through the palm trees, while at night, lanterns hanging from the trees look like glowing orbs.

Amenities and Service

The place has a relaxed vibe, but the service provided by the bilingual staff is still excellent. Although there’s no pool (like most hotels in Tulum), you can enjoy the ocean right on your doorstep. However, the beach may have seaweed piled up due to the current problem in the Gulf of Mexico. The hotel also screens films under the stars a few nights per week, but it can get chilly, so remember to bring a sweater. You can rent bikes for 213 Mexican pesos per day, which is perfect for exploring the Tulum ruins or downtown by bike.

Restaurant and Food

The restaurant offers impressive meals throughout the day, with a relaxed atmosphere. They serve dishes like huevos rancheros and avocado toast for breakfast. Their lunch salads contain nuts and fruits with zesty dressings, and they also serve tasty shrimp tacos available by the beachside with chilled techno music in the background.

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The evening meals are exceptional. You can try the catch of the day special which will consist of mayan inspired red snapper fillet that is succulent. The battered shrimp in spicy cream dressing is also very good. If you don’t prefer seafood, you can choose from burgers, pastas, and steaks. Coffee and tea will be served to your villa every morning. The cocktails are potent, so you should definitely try the mojito with jamaica (hibiscus).

Value for Money

In the low season, double rooms are priced from $229 while in high season the price starts from $290. Breakfast is available for 95 Mexican pesos and there is free Wi-Fi.

Access for guests with disabilities?

The rooms have not been modified and there is sand between the palapas.


The beach permits children, and the water is calm enough for swimming.

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Hotel highlights

  • This property is located within a few minutes to Playa Paraiso. Free WiFi is available in public areas and free secured self parking is provided. The property also features onsite dining options.

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