This small, well-kept hotel has a decent-size pool surrounded by wrought-iron patio furniture, and a cozy lobby bar where you can hang with locals. Each room has wood furniture, one or two double beds, a sink area separate from the bath, and tile floors. The quietest rooms face the pool—avoid the noisier ones overlooking Avenida Tulum. This street tends to be frequented by panhandlers, but you can't beat the price. The lobby bar is a great place to practice Spanish.