Amorcito Corazón


¡Live this unique experience!! To make your stay unforgettable, we offer you:

-Continental Breakfast (included) from 8 – 10 am

-Rooftop Pool, sunbeds, palapa shade and fully equipped kitchen

-Board Games - rent bikes - tours & more

-La Tiendita: products manufactured by Mexican designers and artisanss

-Communal Area with television and comfortable sofas

-Reading Corner: Free book exchange or loan


Each room represents a different way to transmit love. All kinds of it.

(Apapacho / Suspiro)

1 double bed

  • 1 double bed
  • bathroom
  • fan
  • A/C
  • clóset
  • terrace


Private Room 3 persons

  • 1 double bed
  • 1 single bed
  • bathroom
  • fan
  • A/C
  • closet



  • 6 persons
  • fan
  • A/C.
  • lockers
  • garden/balcony

No solo el precio es increíble, el hostal es de lo más lindo y limpio. Tiene desayuno gratis, aire acondicionado y lo mejor y que no cualquier hostal tiene: ALBERCA.

Melissa A.

Hace un par de semanas me hospedé con mi novio y quedamos muy conformes. El desayuno completo, variado. Se servía en la terraza, un lugar muy lindo. Agua disponible todo el día. La habitación espaciosa, muy completa, y con balcón. La ubicación muy buena como esperábamos. A la vuelta de la estación ADO y de la avenida principal.

Mariam S.

What to do in Tulum?

Awesome places in riviera maya


This natural reserve is the protected area of ​​the Mexican Caribbean, occupies 650 thousand. hectares of beaches, cenotes, coral reefs, tropical jungle and mangroves; and houses a Great variety of flora and fauna. Its name means "place where the sky begins", and the Mayans were not wrong; His beauty is extraordinary!

Archaeological zone

The ruins of ancient Zama ("dawn" in Mayan) enjoy an unparalleled location, on a cliff facing the stunning Caribbean Sea. This city was a strategic place for maritime trade among the Maya. We recommend you visit them first thing in the morning, when there are few people, Then enjoy the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.


Its Mayan name "dzonot" means "abyss". For the ancient Mayans the cenotes were considered sources of life, place of communion with the gods. There are open, semi-open and underground cenotes. In Tulum and its surroundings you can Find a variety of them. Do not miss out on its beauty and mysticism!

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