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Welcome to Texaspepper's Photo Review Of Club Maeva Tulum On The Mayan Riviera
View of main patio from dining room
View of pool from dining table  

Club Maeva Tulum is a small resort compared to the mega resorts on the Mayan Riviera. With just 300 rooms you don't feel crowded. There are three room wings (A B C) laid out in their own setting. We stayed in B building, Room 209. Each wing has three floors. The third floor has somewhat of a view of the ocean from some of the wings, but for a $30USD per night upgrade we did not feel it was needed. We had a beautiful view from our balcony of the lagoon. My best memory is laying in the hammock looking over the beautiful view. Each room has a hammock on the out side balcony. Also you will find several on the beach for the after noon siesta. I was in one each day at 4pm.



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Club Maeva Tulum has 300 air-conditioned rooms with private balcony or terrace and hammock. Rooms have two double beds, bathroom, hair dryer, ceiling fan, in-room safe and mini-fridge with soft drinks,beer and water. Rooms are being renovated with new mattress and A/C upgrades. Food and beverage served 24 hours a day in dinning areas Maximum occupancy per room is 3 adults or 2 adults/2 children.


Club Maeva Tulum rooms are not overly large, but we were very comfortable. The plus is the large dressing area and closet space. Shower had hot water except about 2am. Don't know the reason. Good water pressure. Shampoo and boxed soap fresh each day. We did tip the room person (sometimes male) about $1-2US per day. Their smile indicated it was appreciated.

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