Ki'imak (Mayan word for "Happiness") is a heaven of comfort in the heart of Tulum town. Expect a genuine taste of the Mayan Riviera with beautifully designed and confortable accommodations equipped with amenities such as Air Condition, Hot Water, Wi-Fi, and Kitchen.
We are located one block south of Tulum’s main street; our prime location allows you to stroll along local shops and restaurants while providing a secluded space where you can unwind after a fulfilling day of adventure.
Our rooms at Ki'imak feature clean lines and high ceilings, accented by colorful splashes of local art and handmade wooden furniture. The main entry leads you to a beautiful sitting and dining area attached to a fully equipped kitchen, ideal to meet any cook’s desires. The living area features a full size futon bed. The master bedroom includes a queen size bed along with a large closet.
This cozy one bedroom apartment has a private terrace.
Things to enjoy
BEACH (5 min driving, 15 biking)
Silky white sands front placid clear turquoise clear waters, a heavenly spot for sunning, snorkeling and kite surfing.
TULUM RUINS (10 min driving, 20 min biking)
Tulum holds the honor of being the most picturesque archaeological site in the Riviera Maya and the only one to have been built overlooking the ocean. The most iconic of its structures, the Castillo, is perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the clear turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean. The cliff-top Castillo, with its beachfront location and lush green landscape, is the image most often associated with the Mayan Riviera.
COBA RUINS (30 min driving)
Coba archaeological site is home of the highest pyramid in Mexico's Maya world. At more than 130 feet in height, Nohuch Mul, which means “large mound” in the Mayan language, is the tallest pyramid in the peninsula de Yucatan. Visitors who brave the steep climb are rewarded with a breathtaking vista.
CENOTES (15-25 minutes driving)
Cenotes are fresh water sinkholes created by a vast underground river system. They are some of the most unique geological features in Mexico and there are thousands of them located throughout the Riviera Maya. The ancient Maya believed that these sites were sacred. Fossilized coral and limestone form the surface of the cenotes. Natural sunlight filters into the sinkholes and reflects off the clear turquoise water and natural mineral formations giving the cenotes a magical, otherworldly feel, a perfect spot for snorkeling or scuba diving.
Some of my personal favorites are swimming with the Turtles in Akumal and kayaking through the mangroves in Sian Ka'an Biosphere. If biking is your thing, Tulum is a heaven for bikes (rentals are available). Massage and Yoga classes are a must here in Tulum and if you have an urge to detox and work on your self- realization there are numerous beautiful areas in which to get guidance, like a Temezcal (a curative ceremony used as a cleansing of mind, body and spirit).
We’ll be glad to help you experience the culture, history, and geography of this exhilarating part of the world!
- Air conditioning
- Free parking