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Hotel DirectionsFrom the Cancun Airport head northwest for about 2.5 hours to Chiquila and take the ferry to Isla Holbox. Transfer service is available to book with your reservation at an additional cost.
The Maorcan name for the southeast wind... a fitting namesake for this carefree seaside resort. Between the sky and the sea, at the northern tip of Yucatan Peninsula, you will find us, the place you've dreamt of, where the has another measure. Holbox is a place to forget your daily routine and feel the rhythms of nature.
It's easy to imagine your vacation at Xaloc. You'll rest in a hammock, watch the gliding pelicans, swim among dolphins, leave your footsteps in miles of virgin beaches or get lost among the mangroves. You'll gain the knowledge that there are still pieces of paradise on earth.
Xaloc consists of only 18 rooms nestled beneath traditional thatch roofs. Here, you won't have the temptation to party 'til dawn in the hotel disco! We're about quieter, simpler pleasures.
Here, excitement consists of spotting a Roseate Spoonbill amongst the mangrove or a giant Manta Ray in the open sea. We invite you to share these gifts with us soon!
An Overview of the Resort
- Beachfront Micro Resort
- Thatch Bungalows with patio and hammocks
- Only 18 units
- 2 Unique pools
- 120V electricity
- Maja'che dining room
- Daily maid service
- Breakfast and 12% tax included
- Standard rooms family friendly
- No children under 12 in Beach Bungalows & Garden Bungalows
- Coffee maker and hairdryer in Beach Bungalows & Garden Bungalows
- Breakfast in bed service available in Beach Bungalows & Garden Bungalows
|The beautiful Pool Bungalows are built around the second lagoon-style swimming pool, and are perfect for couples or families. Four units are equipped with 1 king size bed and the other five units have 2 double beds. Each room also comes complete with a private bathroom and patio with 2 hammocks. They are located behind the main reception building where you will enjoy the serene atmosphere of these amazing bungalows!|
|Each of these 5 thatched roof bungalows is situated poolside in the middle of a tropical garden just behind the Beach Bungalows. Three units are equipped with 1 king size bed and the other two have 2 double beds. Each unit comes complete with a hammock and sofa on your covered patio, a private bathroom, coffee maker and hair dryer. Located just a short distance from the beach, the Garden Bungalows are ideal for an unforgetable and tranquil experience.|
|From each of the 4 beach bungalows you can admire the beauty of the ocean, which is just steps from your room. Each unit comes complete with a king size bed, a hammock and sofa on your covered patio, a private bathroom, coffee maker and hair dryer. Enjoy the view, ocean breeze and tranquility of these lovely bungalows.|
|These newly built and beautifully designed rooms are located behind the Pool Bungalows in the most private zone of the resort. Each unit comes complete with a private bathroom, air conditioning, and a patio with a table and sun lounger. The accommodations are located on two floors with 4 rooms on the ground floor, 7 rooms on the 2nd floor and at the top there is a beautiful solarium where it is possible to see both sides of the island (ocean and yalahao lagoon.)|
Me and my fiancée stayed at the hotel for 3 nights and we have to say that they really have nice people at the hotel, we arrived really early in the morning (around 7:30 am) and they took care of our luggage while we chilled-out a bit and then after we had breakfast they gave us our room! (approx. 9:00 am) even though check-in is at 3:00 p.m.
The beach at the hotel is just awesome and while we were snorkeling in front of the hotel we had the chance to see really pretty fish and even a couple of small stingrays, after sharing our experiences with the manager we realized that we were so lucky because normally you don't get the opportunity to see that close to the shore. Whenever we asked for information about the island the staff was ready to gave us their best tips about: what and where to eat, what to do and where to go.
Trip Advisor - April 16, 2009