Don Diego de la Selva is located 5 minutes walk from Tulum town, it is a boutique hotel in a gorgeous jungle garden setting with fruit filled trees and an array of wild birds. The garden dips in and out giving each room space and privacy and loops you through the trees to the gorgeous pool and the open air restaurant El Paladante.
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The rooms are bright, airy and spacious. Gorgeous Mexican detailing compliments beautifully the modern white spaces. Each room is unique, with thoughtful design features like sunlit showers.
There are three kinds of rooms; lush double rooms, family rooms and thatched roofed cabanas. Upstairs rooms include private internal balcony’s and lush views, downstairs rooms with private gardens. There are big soft hammocks everywhere you might need one!
El Paladante is the in house restaurant serving up a delicious fusion of contemporary gourmet meals.
Surprisingly the hotel has their own organic farm and the quality of the ingredients is evident in heir offering, including divine freshly made condiments with every meal. Breakfast is included with all room rates. Don’t forget to try the incredible Mayan honey from the garden!
Is as you would expect from a hotel of this caliber – strong and reliable.
As well as the total relaxation in hammocks and by the tranquil hotel pool. Tulum is full of exciting things to do including visiting beach side ruins, snorkeling or diving local cenotes, meandering down stunning white sand beaches, shopping for local trinkets or enjoying a few drinks in town.
The jungle gardens at Don Diego de la Selva give you a chance to completely escape.
The hotel is designed for pure relaxation and everything is well thought out. The owners have brought European elegance to a lush Caribbean setting and you really get the best of both worlds – Don Diego de la Selva is divine.
Accommodation type: Hotel
Price: Cabana $59, Double Room $90
Web Address: www.dondiegodelaselva.com
Phone Number: Telcel : +521 984 11 49 744 Telmex : +52 984 87 12 233
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