February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Casa Malca in Tulum, Mexico
Gorgeous views, wide-open living spaces and a superb beachfront location--welcome to Casa Malca on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Just outside Playa del Carmen in the pueblo of Tulum, this delightful sanctuary, whose name translates as The Pure House, consists of two villas featuring 14 bedrooms. You might stay here for an intimate pas de deux, or take over the entire complex for a gathering of family and friends. Along with the casually elegant Mexican Riviera ambiance you may also take part in beachside yoga or a massage, and you will be sure to enjoy the services of a full staff, including a private chef and concierge.
Away from the hustle and bustle of city life and far from the crowded beaches of Playa del Carmen and Cancun, and your typical so called glamor resorts, you will experience Casa Magna's rustic luxury. What is rustic luxury? Ocean breezes instead of air conditioning. The soft glow of candles instead of neon lights. Fresh, simply prepared food. It's about getting back to basics in style and comfort on one of the most gorgeous beaches in the Caribbean. Rooms don't have air conditioning but for most of the year do have a lovely ocean breeze. Water is hot although the pilot lights can blow out in tropical winds from time to time. Electricity is available certain hours of the day, generally from dusk till midnight. All a small price to pay for a tranquil vacation in paradise.
Location of Casa Malca
Nearest Airport: CUN
Amenities for Casa Malca
- On-Site Amenities
- Beach Access
Reviews for Casa Malca
We were told about Casa Malca by our friends who live in Tulum. Unfortunately we were not able to stay there. The food was out of this world and if youâ€™re a art lover, *this* is the place to visit. I couldâ€™ve stayed in the Keith Haring room all day! Mr Malca has excellent taste. Our friend left her wallet after a day of drinking Casa Dragones by the pool but they kept it safe until we returned after two days. The staff were so attentive and kind. I canâ€™t wait to go back.
Just back from Casa Malca hotel, one week in spacious sea view suite, the hotel is beautiful and art design decorated, its not mexican charming place, its modern and really made for party, for those who wants more typical and quiet time i advise Be Tulum Hotel!
Cedric A - Paris, France
We spent a day at Casa Malca and we had the ultimate welcoming from the stuff that actually really cared about us. From the moment we arrived, we felt the warm atmosphere from the professionally trained waiters on the beach, to the hostesses at the restaurant who looked after us, although we even didn't stay at the hotel. The meal was outstanding and service impeccable ! "we would definitely come back to this paradise "
bojan2018 - London, United Kingdom
Tulum is known for its boho vibe and this hotel does not disappoint. Formally the old vacation home of Pablo Escobar itâ€™s has some interesting characteristics like an underground beachside pool. The beach-side restaurant is incredible and the service is just as good lead by the manager Simone who took care of us today. Victor was also very attentive. Location is perfect
Grouptel - Toronto, Canada
Iâ€™ve been marinating on our stay for a few weeks now. Iâ€™ve never written a bad review about anything. I almost feel guilty about doing so now, but feel that I would be remiss if I did not warn people about this hotel. Yes, Casa Malca is a beautiful hotel. And yes, itâ€™s on a beautiful beach. However, we were placed in a $900 a night construction zone. Construction that went on until midnight. We contacted the front desk staff multiple times to no avail. They were hammering on the other side of our wall. We did not complain about the echoing hammering until 10PM, which we thought was beyond a reasonable hour for construction to cease. It sounded like people were hammering in our room. The front desk staff said theyâ€™d take care of it immediately. They did not. We went back to the front desk again an hour later. This time the front desk clerk said heâ€™d, â€ścheck it out.â€ť At midnight, knowing that the staff did not care if we slept at all, we were forced to talk to the construction workers ourselves, at which point the banging ceased until morning. Upon checkout the front desk manager removed our food and beverage charges from our bill. It was around $400. I have no issue with the charges for food and beverage. It was all wonderful. Iâ€™d have no issue with the room charge, if there hadnâ€™t been someone banging on the other side of our wall until midnight. The food and drinks were great. The staff were fantastic. I appreciate that the hotel took this off our bill, but if they'd moved us to any other room, this would've been a nonissue.The hotel was not full. They did not care. There doesnâ€™t seem to be any cohesive management at the hotel. Our beach towels were stained, every time we went to the beach. Our sheets were â€ścleanâ€ť, but had blood stains on them. Blood stains! The curtains were also stained. Iâ€™ve never encountered this at any hotel ever. I travel all the time, at all price points, and have never had blood stains on anything. It was so beautiful that if we hadn't been in a construction zone I would've never said a word about the blood or various other stains. This shouldâ€™ve been our dream hotel. Weâ€™re easy people. Itâ€™s beautiful. But it was an actual nightmare. I also feel that the hotel shouldn't let anyone with an instagram account use the hotel's setting for a backdrop. Every time we wanting to go to the pool there was a "photoshoot" happening. It was never anyone who was staying at Casa Malca. This hotel could easily be one of the best hotels in Mexico, if not the best. It has everything going for it, except management. I'm sad that we won't be back. It's a uniquely beautiful place. Thank god we stayed here before we decided to have our wedding here.
EscapeFromNewOrleans - New Orleans, Louisiana