The place I wish I were on this rainy day in the north. One of our first Globalist stays did not disappoint. Hours before checkin we were assigned an upgraded suite complete with a fireplace and balcony overlooking the pool and the mountains.
We spent our days lounging by the adult-only pool, separated by a circular wall from the family pools, riding their free bikes around the property, and visiting with horses at the stables.
The pools were centrally located and a great place to lounge, however, as travelers without kids we were disappointed to not be able to use the hot tub under the stars. The only hot tub on the property is located by the family pool and was filled with kids day and night.
The Tamaya is a perfect resort for those who want to get away from it all and relax. The remoteness is perfect for such an occasion, but it’s a bit of a hike to town for those wanting to explore.
There are a couple on-site restaurants to dine in for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We had great meals throughout the trip, but the remoteness make it unfeasible to eat anywhere other than at the hotel, so foodies should keep this in mind when booking.
The incredible suite upgrade, the free bikes, and the adults only pool.
Limited dining options, No hot tub for adults
A resounding yes. We had a great time disconnected from the world at Tamaya.