Rooms
Sin Duda Villas offers individual rooms, full apartments, and studio apartments. Each room is unique, splashed with brightly coloured walls, inlaid tiles, and inviting private nooks. A pleasant combination of whimsy mixed with traditional Mayan shapes. Enjoy the jungle green gardens, local handcrafted furniture, elegant columns, jungle hardwood for dappled shade, gravity water-flow for showers and sinks, pure white beach naturally available. Uniquely original, every space! Each room has its own patio or balcony with comfy handcrafted Muskoka chairs for seating. On the rooftop, two star-decks await, one with Muskoka chairs, the other with wooden chaises for tanning "au natural", UFO-watching and celestial viewing on starry nights.

#2 Patio Room (Ground Floor) – Double Room

Right beside the beach, an airy shaded room featuring Mexican masks and hacienda pieces. Open the sliding doors and step through the fresh cotton curtains to your patio. At the edge of your little garden, 2 Muskoka chairs await under the columned palapa-covered patio. Accommodates 2 people with a comfy Queen-sized bed. A hidden trundle bed can be pulled out for 1 more.

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#4 Ocean Room (Second Floor) – Double Room

A favorite. This is a sun-dappled double room with a beautiful ocean view. Bright tropical colours with some beach-treasure furniture fill this room. Breezes gently blow through the white cotton curtains. Enjoy the beach from the private balcony just for two, shaded by bahareque, which is made from peeled wooden poles that are collected just after the full moon – the Mayan way. Accommodates 2 people with a comfy Queen-sized bed.

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#5 Laguna Room (Second Floor) – Double Room

Our most spacious double room with hacienda furniture and collected art pieces. Laguna offers a choice of sleeping arrangements - a roomy King bed or 2 twins. Enjoy the ocean view from the balcony from either the hammock or 2 Muskoka chairs. Perfect for bird watching too. The balcony is shaded by bahareque, which is made from peeled wooden poles collected just after the full moon - the Mayan way. Accommodates up to 2 people.

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#6 Studio Selva (Second Floor, Separate Building)

Studio Selva means Jungle Studio. Studio Selva is a separate studio, an adult tree-house, just a pathway from the beach. This is our treehouse for big kids. Amidst art and whimsy, you'll have your own private retreat among the tree tops. Especially popular for its privacy, you'll have 360 degree views of jungle, glimpses of the Caribbean through almond trees, and behind you, Laguna Santa Julia. This special suite offers an efficiently designed kitchen with fridge, and living/dining room. A balcony in the treetops with table and chairs for morning coffee and evening cocktails. The balcony offers wonderful bird watching opportunities on their level. The cute bathroom is surrounded by verdant jungle. Enjoy your privacy or mingle, if you wish, but always, indulge! Accommodates 2 people.

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#7 Bailando Apartment (Ground Floor)

Bailando means "Dancing". This is an airy open space, designed for optimal efficiency. Through sliding glass/screen doors, a large beach-front deck under the palms. This apartment has a master bedroom, separated by wood louvres, with a queen bed, and hidden trundle bed that can be pulled out for one more. The louvres can be closed for privacy. The dining table and chairs were hand carved by a Merida craftsman. In the living room is the surprise of a Swedish-crafted double wall-bed that can be pulled down. Devilish art, full bookshelves, plus plump pillows on a comfy built-in banco for gatherings. Featuring a full kitchen with shelves stocked with accoutrements for preparing snacks and meals. From your deck, step right onto the beach. The Caribbean Sea is right there! Accommodates 2 to 5 people.

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#8 Querencia Apartment (Second Floor)

Querencia means "Chosen Place". Enjoy soaring views of the Caribbean from the balcony of this spacious apartment. You'll find art in special niches and full bookshelves. Querencia has a master bedroom, separated by wooden louvres, with a queen-sized bed, and a hidden trundle bed that can be pulled out for one more. The dining table and chairs were handcrafted in Merida. In the living room is the surprise of a Swedish-crafted double wall-bed that can be pulled down, full bookshelves, and a comfy built-in banco with plump pillows. Featuring a full kitchen with shelves stocked with accoutrements for preparing snacks and meals. From the wide balcony, the Caribbean is at your feet. Accommodates 2 to 5 people.

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Maya Cocina and Library (Second Floor)

In keeping with our low-impact lifestyle, we offer "space-sharing" to protect our balanced energies. A fun kitchen with stove/oven and refrigerator. This room is for use of guests in our 3 double rooms without the added cost of a kitchen for each. It is accessible 24 hours. The Library surrounding this traditional and vibrant space, has hundreds of books. Settle into comfortable wicker furniture, under a high vaulted ceiling and carved beams. These beams are gifts from a Mayan elder. Also enjoy the "old-school" games, jigsaw puzzles, and New York Times crosswords. We invite you to relax and make yourself at home. This cozy gathering place is our guests' favourite space.

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Casita Baja (Ground floor, Separate Building)

Studio apartment available by appointment. The Little House Below. Reserved for those needing their own space to work or just to be, without interruption. Comfy double bed, compact kitchen/dining, mini bath/shower, with sun-filled living room/office for inspiration. Casita Baja designed for 1 or 2.

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Amenities
  • Beachfront palapas with mahogany chaises
  • Star decks with wooden chaises or Muskoka chairs
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Purified drinking water provided
  • French-press coffeemaker, blenders, juicers in every kitchen
  • Refrigerator stocked with cold beer, soda, yogurt, homemade granola upon arrival
  • Milk, sugar, freshly ground Chiapas Highland coffee provided
  • Glassware, cups, plates, silverware, knives, corkscrews, cooking pans, utensils
  • Hand-carved wood furniture
  • Complimentary snorkeling gear, kayaks, beach bicycles
  • Huge selection of books
  • Old-school board games, playing cards, NY Times crosswords, jigsaw puzzles
  • Ensuite bathrooms
  • Bath towels, hand towels, facecloths, beach towels
  • Sun-dried fresh linens
  • Mexican blankets
  • Stand up fans and ceiling fans
  • Candles
  • Daily maid service for all rooms
  • Linens changed every 3rd morning in keeping with our fresh water conservation
  • Complimentary infamous "Margo-rita" happy hour most evenings at sunset
  • 110 volt solar power system with backup generator
  • Tranquility due to the absence of televisions, telephones, alarm clocks