Lobo Inn is located a ten minutes walk from the beach and Tulum's archaeological ruins and only 3 km away from town. Tulum town itself . As such, Lobo Inn the ideal place to stay for an unforgettable vacation in the Mexican Caribbean.
A beautiful hostel with spacious garden and pool with relaxing atmosphere. We are part of HI Mexico
A friendly service is provided by lobo and cynthia who will help you to have a memorable stay, with a personalized service.
Lodging includes :
Full Breakfast (non continental, different every day) served on your table
Free unlimited internet PC's and WIFI
Purified drinking water (all you need)
Full equipment kitchen
Very Hot Water 24hrs.
Lockers for bags and personal effects
TV room Sky connection
Free luggage storage
24hrs. reception (ring the bell)
If you need to send an inquire to the hostel please contact us on: +52 98487 12379 or email@example.com
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The bikes can´t be beat. If you´re looking for the pool, hot water, salsa lessons or sunday night party, forget it. If you just want a place to stay and some friendly people to chat with and excellent proximity to the ruins and the beach, this is your place. IF you tak the collective from Cancun or Playa del Carmen make sure you tell them you´re going there before you hit Tulum. It´s about 2 km north of the main city center.
oh and the breakfast is phenomenal for a hostel. home cooked and different every day. plus wifi and internet.
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We booked by Travellerspoint so we wouldn't be wandering under packs looking for a home when we arrived. Our first shock was that the hostel, although near the ruins, was several kilometres (40 peso by taxi) from the town's restaurants. If offers free internet and bicycles but just try to get a go at either. Free breakfast comes at 9.00, after most tours you may be on have left.
Our private room was squalid, the sink a converted cooking-wok that barely trickled, the shower-head a disfunctional conch shell. I'm not sure of the brand of the air conditioner but suspect it was a Legionnaires. The toilet had no seat and when we mentioned it to the receptionist, he looked at us as if to say think yourself lucky you have the toilet.
We are on the elderly side of the back-packing set and this place just about cured us of the practice. There were plenty of young packers there though so maybe they found something we didn't. They must be easily pleased though.
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