How Do I Make A Reservation For A Cabaña or Villa?
All of our reservations are done through our website here at www.cabanaslaluna.com. Click on the Reservations tab and enter your desired date. If you receive an error message, it may be that some or all of the nights you are trying to book are full. You can also check out General Availability Calendar for more information. Please note, our cabanas have a 3-night minimum and our Villa has a 5-night minimum.
What Is Included In The Cost of My Reservation?
Continental breakfast is included with your reservation. We also offer an A La Carte menu if you wish to expand your morning meal.
What Is Required To Secure My Reservation?
Our Reservation and Cancellation Policy states that a 50% deposit via credit card and/or paypal is required within 72 hours of the time of booking to secure the reservation (this 72 hour period begins when you receive your ‘BOOKING CONFIRMED’ email from us). TheÂ balance needs to be paid in full 2 weeks before your stay.
What Happens If I Need To Cancel My Reservation?
In case of cancellation up to 60 days before the actual reservation, we will refund 50% of the actual paid deposit (ie 25% of the total booking price). In case of cancellations within 60 days of the start of the reservation period, no refunds will be given, but half of the deposit can be used for another stay for up to a year after the start date of the initial reservation.
How Do I Pay The Deposit and Balance For My Reservation?
Payments can be made (both deposits and final) using the deposit link on our website under the RESERVATIONS tab. We use paypal as our billing system, however you do not need a paypal account to pay. You can simply pay by credit card by choosing the option to do so on the left of the paypal page.
What Time is Check-In and Check-Out?
Check-in time is 3pm and checkout time is 12pm.Â We can hold your luggage if you are arriving before check in or departing later than check out. Early check-ins and late check-outs are subject to availability. Please be sure to let us know what your anticipated time of arrival is (especially if it is outside of our reception’s hours of operation) so that we can ensure someone will be available to greet you. At check-in we require a security deposit. This can be paid in cash, MXN pesos or USD (which is returned to you upon check-out, or is used to cover expenses such as food and beverage charges). You can also use a VISA or Mastercard credit card and a hold will be placed on the card. The deposit amounts are as follows:
– 1 night = 1,000 MXN pesos
– 2 nights = 1,500 MXN pesos
– 3 nights = 2,000 MXN pesos
– 4 nights = 2,500 MXN pesos
– 5 nights = 3,000 MXN pesos
– 6 or more nights = 3,500 MXN pesos
Do I Need Travel Insurance?
We recommend that all of our guests purchase Travel Insurance, for peace of mind and security if an unforeseen event occurs. Be sure to purchase Travel Insurance that covers you for your airline flight, accommodations, and cancellation due to hurricanes or other natural disasters where flights are mandatorily cancelled. Additional coverage for accident, illness, medical evacuation and theft is also recommended. Please note that we do not refund the cost of your accommodations in the event of a natural disaster that is beyond our control. If you are staying with us during such event, we will be sure to take the necessary precaution to get you relocated as quickly as possible for your safety.
Should I Bring MXN Pesos Or US Dollars?
In Tulum, cash is the most common form of payment. Mexican Pesos and US Dollars are accepted everywhere, however you will get the most out of your money if you convert it to pesos prior to your arrival. It is also recommended that you carry smaller money denominations with you. Please be advised that larger USD bills (such as 100’s) are generally not accepted.
Where Can I Find An ATM?
There are several ATM’s located both in town and along the beach. We recommend that you do NOT TO USE the ATMs located on the beach road due to potential issues with fraud. We suggest using the ATMs that are affiliated with actual banks located in Tulum town or in the two large supermarkets. We advise you to notify your bank and credit card providers that will be traveling to Mexico to avoid any complications you may have when using your card abroad.
How Do I Get To La Luna?
We use a reliable company based in Cancun for all airport transfers. If you wish to hire their services, please select that option when you are completing the reservation process on our website. If you wish to add their services at a later time, you may, however we do need several days notice to confirm their availability. Please note that booking far in advance is recommended during the high season months (December through March).
Are Taxis Easy To Get?
Taxis run frequently during the day along the beach road and are easy to catch. If you will be taking a taxi later in the evening, or need a taxi to take you to the airport, please see our reception to have a taxi called.
What Items Should I Bring With Me?
The Yucatan Peninsula is a place like no other. We ask everyone to use biodegradable products such as sun block and mosquito repellents, to protect the animals (remember, we are guests in their habitat) and to ensure our environment stays healthy for generations to come. We also recommend that you bring a flashlight and a small, compact umbrella. We provide beach and bath towels so no need to bring those.
Do You Have Electricity All Day and Night?
There is no grid power along the coast in Tulum. We generate our own electricity onsite via solar panels a wind turbine and a generator. We provide 24-hour electricity to our guests, however, because of this we do not provide items such as hair dryers. We ask that you limit your use appliances that consume high volumes of power. Also, we ask that you turn off all lights and fans when you are not in the cabaña. The cabañas that have air-conditioning are automatically switched on for your use between 8PM and 8AM.
Are Children Allowed?
We are a family friendly boutique hotel. Please let us know when you make your reservation if you need a crib. Our restaurant also caters to children. Do not hesitate to ask the staff or server for any special kid-friendly requests.
Can I Bring My Beloved Pet?
Unfortunately pets are not permitted at La Luna or our restaurant, Las Estrellas.
What’s The Weather Like?
Tulum enjoys a tropical climate with a dry season (November – April) and a wet season (May – October). January, February and March sees day temperatures between 75 – 80F (23 – 26C) with evening temperatures between 60 – 66F (16 – 19C). Long pants and light sweaters are recommended at this time of year. The summer months, May through August, see frequent rainfall (however, less frequent in July and August). Although the temperatures are higher than other months, it is the humidity that makes day seem hotter 85F plus degrees (32C).
What If There Is A Hurricane?
Hurricane season is between September and November. Please note that we do not refund the cost of your accommodations in the event of a natural disaster that is beyond our control. If you are staying with us during such event, we will be sure to take the necessary precaution to get you relocated as quickly as possible for your safety.
Do You Have Airconditioning?
Our philosophy is simple. Our cabañas that face the ocean have the sea breeze coming in the cabaña. The cabañas that face the jungle do not have the sea breeze coming in. Therefore we have air-conditioning in Garden Suite, Jungle Penthouse and the two ground level rooms of Villa Zanzibar. The A/C is working from 8PM in the evening till 8AM in the morning. All other cabañas do not have air-conditioning but they have the sea breeze coming into your cabaña. We do have a ceiling fan in each of our rooms above the beds as well as mosquito netting over the bed and on the windows.
Can I get Online?
We offer free WIFI on the entire premises including all the cabañas, the restaurant area, the garden and even the beach. The only room that has limited WIFI access due to the signal needs to pass two concrete walls is Jungle View Penthouse. Also due to electricity issues in Tulum the WIFI is not as stable as you have it back home.
Are breakfasts included daily? Is coffee available in the rooms or available for early risers?
Continental breakfast is included and coffee is available at your private deck. Early risers coffee is daily available as of 5.30AM in the reception area.
What are the hours of your restaurant?
The restaurant hours are 7:30am until 10pm, kitchen closes at 10PM.
Is alcohol available? Can you bring drinks to the beach?
Alcohol is available and we serve alcohol beverages from the bar to your place on the beach.
Are coolers in the rooms?
There are no coolers in the room, however if you book villa Zanzibar it is equipped with a private fridge (5 night minimum stay required). All the other rooms do not have a cooler nor fridge but our restaurant is open to provide you with all the drinks you want. If you would prefer to bring your own drinks you are allowed to drink it in your room but please respect the fact that we do not allow you to drink them in our restaurant or on our beach.
How far in advance does on have to reserve time for a massage? What is the rate?
If you would like to book a massage, 24 hours notice is best so we can assure our masseuse is available. The rate is USD 80 for a full body massage for one hour, USD 100 for 1,5 hour and USD 80 for a facial of one hour. Also couple massages are available upon request as well as foot reflexology or hot stone massage.