Isla Holbox, Mexico

Aldea Kuká

Price per night from$201.60

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD201.60), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Mangle Doble

  • 4guests
Styled to match the hotel’s bohemian nature with plenty of wood and bamboo, this room has two slumbersome queen-size beds and a bathroom with a rain shower. There are views of the mangroves in the lagoon, and guests will have free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water.

Mangle Suite

  • 2guests
Luxe, yet laidback, with leafy views of the mangroves in the lagoon, this suite embraces breezy Caribbean style, with its log beams, liberal use of bamboo and hand-carved furnishings. Mexican handicrafts add some local colour and there’s a snoozably soft king-size bed and a bathroom with a rain shower. Plus, there’ll be free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water.

Mangle Tapanco

  • 2guests
This room has an organic style in keeping with the hotel’s eco ethos, with log beams, bamboo wall panels and hand-carved furnishings alongside artisanal wares from across the Yucatán. From the windows you can see the mangroves in the lagoon, and within there’s a soft king-size bed, an upstairs loft, and a bathroom with a rain shower; plus you’ll have free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water.

Honeymoon Suite

  • 2guests
Design is simplistic yet seductive in these bohemian 70sq m bedrooms. Log beams support the ceiling, bamboo lines the walls and a huge stone soaking tub beckons you both from its dais close to the bed. The bed is king size and dreamily soft, there’s a separate shower and a twin sink, and local handicrafts are liberally displayed. From your private terrace you can gaze out to the sea or over the resort, and you can sway on the in-room hammock. Plus, there’s a workspace (not that you’ll use it much), free WiFi, Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water. Guests staying here will get a free yoga class too, and two extra children can sleep in the room on request.

Honeymoon Tapanco Suite

  • 2guests
This two-storey 75sq m hideaway is decked out in Earth-kind tropical style, with log beams, wooden furnishings crafted by native makers and bamboo panelling on the walls. There’s a private ocean-view terrace and within plenty of unique touches to make this feel like a true island home: shaggy lampshades, log side tables, wicker baskets, a hammock hanging from the rafters. On the lower level there’s a bouncy king-size bed with a large stone bath tub steps away and a double sink – there’s a separate shower too. And on the upper level are twin beds, so this makes an ideal nest for a family of four (you know, as long as you’re not actually on honeymoon). Those staying here will have free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water. And guests will be gifted a free yoga class and access to the hotel gym.

Junior Suite

  • 2guests
Spend a languorous afternoon with your beloved in a large stone bath tub, sway dreamily on a hammock, admire blue-green waters from your private terrace: this is a typical day spent in this restful 60sq m room. Decor nods to the exotic setting and uses sustainable materials: log beams support the ceiling, bamboo lines the walls and local handicrafts are made from wood, stone and wicker. There’s a comfy king-size bed, a small sitting area and a twin sink; guests will also have free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water. And if you stay here, you’ll get a free yoga class and access to the hotel gym. On request, two children can sleep here too.

Master Suite

  • 2guests
Enjoy sunset o’ clock on the private terrace of this stylish two-storey suite – it has sparkling views of the Caribbean sea, which you can also glimpse from the big-enough-for-two bath tub. Within , decor has a tropical feel, with log beams, hand-carved wooden furnishings, bamboo panelling and handicrafts made with organic materials. On the lower level there’s a king-size bed, the bath tub just steps away (with a shower attachment), a double sink and a cosy sitting area. Go up the ladder-style steps and you’ll find twin beds – families fit perfectly in here – and a hammock strung from the eaves. Guests will also find free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water. As a special extra, guests will also get a free yoga class and entry to the Kuka gym.

Palma Real Master Suite

  • 2guests
Matching the nature loving, breezy beachy feel of the resort, this 120sq m two-storey room is decked out with tropical woods, local crafts and eco-friendly materials, such as bamboo panelling, wicker chairs and raffia lampshades. From the furnished terrace, the turquoise waters of the Caribbean make a soothing sight – sunsets are pretty spectacular from here too. Indoors, on the lower level, there’s a king-size bed, a twin sink, a large stone bath tub big enough for couples to wallow in, and a sitting area. On the upper level there’s twin beds and a woven hammock. Included in the room is free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water. Up to two adults and two children can stay here, making it ideal for families, and guests will get a free yoga session and entry to the hotel gym.

Palma Real Tapanco

  • 4guests
‘Tapanco’ is Mexican for ‘loft’, and this 100sq m room’s extra storey and open-plan design means it certainly lives up to that description. It’s both a cosy nest for families of up to four (there are twin beds on the upper floor) and a romantic den for couples, with its sea-view terrace and large stone bath tub just steps from the bouncy king-size bed. Decor makes stylish use of Holbox’s natural materials: log beams support the ceiling, bamboo lines the walls and local handicrafts include fibre weavings, raffia baskets and earthenware vases. There’s a sitting area, kitchenette and even a washing machine too, so this feels more like an apartment, plus a double sink, shower attachment and hammock. Guests will also have free WiFi, a Nespresso machine, tea-making kit, minibar, air-conditioning and free bottled water, and as a special extra, they’ll get a free yoga class and access to the hotel gym.