Located across from the cenote for which it's named, this peaceful property offers beach bungalows, a luxury villa, and rustic casitas. The "bungalows" are actually standard rooms housed in three separate buildings, each of which has air-conditioning and a private bath; they share a communal pool; the villa (available by the week) is more modern and spacious, with five bedrooms and three baths. For budget-conscious travelers, the "eco-casitas" have beds draped in mosquito
netting, a central palapa kitchen, and eco-bathrooms. Only bungalows include breakfast, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, bottled water, and maid service. Despite its idyllic setting, most people drop by for the open-air restaurant serving fish tacos, fresh guacamole, and ice cold margaritas. If you feel the ground shaking, it's probably the water flowing from the cenote into the ocean at 400,000 liters per hour.
Interior Fraccionamento Tankah, Lote 32 Manzana 3, across from Cenote Manatee, Tankah, Quintana Roo, Mexico