It is a beautiful property with amazing architecture and friendly staff. There are just a few things that could improve, but overall I still love my experience here. After doing my research on hotels in Tulum, power outage seems to be a common issue among many of the hotels in the whole area, so when the power went out for a few hours on a couple of the days, I wasn’t surprised and had no need to complain. It is probably due to the way their energy is naturally sourced. Mosquitos are another thing to deal with but since it is a tropical jungle, it is unavoidable so be prepared to battle mosquitos in your sleep if you’re a foreigner, I hear I don’t bother the locals as much. This isn’t something the hotel has control over, but just a tip if you were to stay here. The pillows I had smelled moldy, it wasn’t the cover but the pillow had soaked in the smell from within. I know hotels only wash the exterior covers of the bed, so maybe they washing whole pillow would be nice. Besides these minor issues, I would still give this place a visit. It truly feels like paradise on earth.