- Wi-Fi can be disrupted by bad weather
- Cell phone reception limited at times
- Rooms lack TVs (a pro for some)
Mid-range minimalist beach hotel with a low-key vibe
The Rosa Del Viento is a small beachside property with a bohemian rustic vibe and traditional white-stucco buildings with thatched roofs set up throughout the property, all with rustic wood railings leading up the stairways and lining the balconies. Palm trees and tropical vegetation mix with the sand throughout, providing plenty of shade. Just beyond the hotel is a clean beach with a little seaweed from time to time and a few rocks here and there. There’s plenty of shade, with wood-paneled walkways stretching throughout the property, though the beachfront can get a bit toasty in the early morning hours.
On the far southern end of Tulum’s Hotel Zone
The Rosa del Viento is located on the far southern section of the Tulum Hotel Zone, almost as far south as you can get before arriving at the ecological park, around half an hour from the main drag in Tulum and the famous beachfront Mayan ruins. The nearest airport is in Cancun, about an hour and a half to two hours away depending on traffic.
Small, semi-rustic rooms with balconies, and some with ocean views
The Rosa offers 45 rooms across three categories: Garden View, Ocean View, and Ocean Front. Decor is a mix of contemporary and rustic, with plenty of natural wood trim and furniture, along with flowing curtains over the windows, and a few wicker pieces paired with marble floors and stucco walls. Decor is mostly white save for the odd colorful throw cushion or bed runner. Amenities are limited to air conditioners and safes. Bathrooms have stucco walls, concrete floors, walk-in rainfall showers, and simple counters below large mirrors. All rooms have terraces with wooden lounge furniture and hammocks.
On-site restaurant and bar, lounge chairs on the grounds, and free hotel-wide Wi-Fi
The bulk of the activities on-site at Rosa del Viento focus on the on-site restaurant and bar, where breakfast is served daily. Decor here is similar to the rooms, with wood-beams on the ceilings and lots of wooden furniture contrasting against white walls and floors. There’s indoor and outdoor seating, plus a grill they fire up on the weekends focusing on catch-of-the-day seafood. There is plenty of seating outside, as well as lounge chairs and sunbeds under the shade of palm trees. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel.
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