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beautiful architecture, limestone buildings similar to coba mayan ruins, wonderful food, service, and massages, very peaceful, numerous small pools with the rooms, 5 minute drive from coba ruins, worth stopping for lunch or spending the night

At the end of the map is this beautiful piece of paradise. Pleasing to the senses, especially the palate. We were able to walk the suspension bridge too for an elevated view of the grounds. Quiet and serene. Exquisite design and texture.

We stopped in this beautiful place to have lunch after our visit of Cobá. It’s a charming hotel, small and so quiet. We arrived at 11am and it was still breakfast time so we had to wait until 12am to place our food order. We ordered 2 cocktails during the waiting time. There were not really good. Then we order food : lamb croquettes and plantains whit goat cheese were tasty but the tamales had no flavor as the sauce on the side. Service was just friendly and slow. Not an unforgettable experience so.

Warning! If you order the ‘infusion’ at 55 pesos, they bill you 100 pesos afterwards. When confronted with this incongruence the waiter simply left and didn’t come back. The place is beautiful with stunning architecture and the food is good. The meal serving was 2 small tostadas at 250 pesos which is about 10x the price for a similar serving in Tulum.

Couldn’t recommend this more - for travelers who enjoy unique luxury experiences and getting off the beaten path. This is not a typical Quintana Roo resort and that’s a blessing! We stayed here for the first two nights of our most recent Yucatán trip and it was the perfect first stop to unwind and switch off. Love the setting, the exterior architecture and the interior design of the rooms and common areas. So much visual eye candy and inspiration. The staff are incredibly nice and the restaurant has a terrific menu - great small plates for sharing. I’d also highly recommend the spa rituals - simply divine! We’ll be back again on our next trip.

Wauw.. This hotel is realy one of a kind. Never been in such a magical place before. We had the room with the private pool. This is not just a room. It is a mega suite. The staff is very kind and helpful. And the food is great! You can eat in a beautiful room. They also have perfumes, shampoos and more. I bought the shampoo Coco Coco, very good! Thank you guys for making our stay so magical!!

We arrived at Coqui Coqui after a long flight from the UK followed by a 2 hour drive from Cancun airport, and we were blown away. Having read some varied reviews, we were a little apprehensive, but Coba, and Coqui Coqui was the most perfect place to start our honeymoon as it was impossible not to switch off and just enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The building is stunning, the rooms are rustic and romantic (with the comfiest bed I have ever slept in) and the staff are wonderful - so friendly and happy to help you - we can't thank them enough. If you like big, modern, flashy hotels, this isn't for you... but if you are looking for something quaint, unique and romantic, I really don't think you will be disappointed. On a more practical note, very well located to walk to the ruins, rent bikes to cycle to the cenotes - and an absolutely wonderful place to go back to in the evening to rest and relax. Finally, the spa is a must! Our only tiny criticism is that the menu is small - we stayed 3 nights and tried everything on the menu - but it's all part of the charm!

The most beautiful boutique hotel, Architecture design, superb ambience, fascinating perfumery. The huge apocalyptic downfall for us was the food provided. We where confronted by an absolutely rigid local menu with absolutely no negotiation to order any alternatives or changes to the menu. The staff at times where completely cloned to the hotel principles and obviously could not bend to guests wishes. If you could not eat traditional Mexican food there was no other option. The room was beautiful and incredibly chic. I think the simplest thing to say that the style gurus who own this hotel can be assured that their highly paying sophisticated guest just might enjoy the option of a club sandwich just once in a while.

Coba is a small town and this is heads and tails above the other places in town. It's a little challenging to find - use Google Maps and don't give up. The two buildings are nice once you get inside and the room was very nice. Service is good here. Food was ok, not spectacular but I'm sure better than other options in town. The included breakfast was nice to get the day started (yogurt and granola). From here its a 10 to 15 minute walk to the ruins at Coba. Eat breakfast and get there early before the tour buses start to show up.

Sitting on a crocodile infested lake, coqui coqui is a stone and concrete structure which looks itself like it could be Mayan Ruins. I will be honest and say I wasn't sure what to expect form this hotel. It falls into the 'trendy' category of hotel that in my prior experience so often of has all the raw materials but manages to get it wrong. However, wrong is not a term you can use to describe Coqui Coqui Coba. You don't simply stay at this hotel, you experience it. Design is so deeply embedded in into its identity you find yourself noticing not the obvious attractive facades but the details. The gold crocodile window locks, the lamps, the ornate arrangement of various goods for sale. The service was fabulous and the food was delicious. The menu focuses on traditional Mayan cuisine and if you are not a local you would certainly describe it as unique. This really adds to the experience of Coqui Coqui Coba. You feel so far removed from the rest of the world when hauled up here you could be on the set of a movie, or have gone back in time. It was a welcome break break from the rest of "shishy" Tulum and really offered an authentic experience. Thank you Coqui Coqui Coba for a wonderful stay - and if you are reading this, book this hotel. You wont be disappointed.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Coqui Coqui Coba places you next to Templo Monte Carmelo and within a 10-minute walk of Coba Archaeological Site. This 4-star hotel has 5 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

Coqui Coqui Coba's 5 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, free bottled water, and ceiling fans. Guests can expect to find free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Safes are also standard.


Property features

At Coqui Coqui Coba, guests have access to an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and spa services. There's free parking and an airport shuttle for a fee. Staff members are on hand to provide concierge services, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Additional amenities include a terrace and a garden.

Room options

Villa, Private Pool

King 1 | Sleeps 5

Double Room, Balcony

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, Terrace

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

100.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 72 reviews

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