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Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient
      #1530692 - 08/25/13 01:03 PM (107.9.16.124)

Been and love Club O, we saw Mak Nuk Village online and it looks really nice.

Anybody been there and have some insights pro/con and comparisons to Club O would be appreciated.


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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1530696 - 08/25/13 01:24 PM (24.152.205.30)

Proximity to a beach would be a glaring difference.

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1530857 - 08/26/13 12:51 PM (184.176.213.208)

We stayed at Mak Nuk, pre-opening, back in March of this year. I can't compare it to Orient Beach, as we've not been there. Mak Nuk's facilities are four star, but it is a self-contained property. I'd classify Mak Nuk as a world class clothing optional hotel with an amazing pool, and beaches nearby.

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1534664 - 09/17/13 11:00 PM (72.93.239.159)

Is Mak Nuk Village open? It looks great but I can't seem to find much information.

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1539485 - 10/13/13 04:57 PM (174.62.169.234)

We’ve been to Club O a couple of times, and just got back from Mak Nuk. There is really no comparison. Club O is on the beach, rustic, and on the French side of St. Martin, while Mak Nuk is about a mile from the beach, is a luxury condo hotel with an incredible pool, and in the laid back town of Tulum, Mexico. Here is a link to the trip report that I wrote on a Tulum forum. Hopefully it will answer some of your questions about Mak Nuk.

http://tulum.info/forum/topic/it-was-a-warm-rain.9025/


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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: CapeCodCpl]
      #1539500 - 10/13/13 06:21 PM (208.163.134.134)

Is there a section where you can walk the beach nude in Tulum as on Orient Beach?

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: bugambilias]
      #1539560 - 10/14/13 03:03 AM (107.9.16.124)

I had no idea it was not close to the ocean. I suspect the really cool pool goes along way to make up as best as possible.

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1539591 - 10/14/13 10:49 AM (132.183.13.73)

The main stretch is similar to Orient Beach from about 10 – 15 years ago. In front of the resorts you might see a naked person sunbathing right next to people with suits, but very few people will walk naked along the beach. At the southern end of the beach however, you can walk into the Sian Ka’an biosphere where you can go for miles without seeing anyone…

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: CapeCodCpl]
      #1539765 - 10/15/13 12:24 AM (76.79.140.27)

What is the meal situation? Did you eat in the restaurant or cook or do a combination? What do you recommend? Is the pool heated? Did you book direct or thru an agency? How did you get there from the airport. Thinking of visiting and would appreciate any answers. Thank you.

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Re: Mak Nuk Village vs Club Orient [Re: Anonymous]
      #1539894 - 10/15/13 04:38 PM (132.183.13.73)

For food, we did it all. Having a full size refrigerator and full size kitchen makes it easy to cook as much or as little as you would like. We had breakfast in the condo most mornings, and then the rest of the meals out. The restaurant will be opening in the next couple of weeks and I would strongly recommend having a meal there. The chef made us a dinner that was excellent. There is a large selection of restaurants in town which is about 1/2 mile away from the condo. Very good food with very good prices (4 fish tacos, 2 beers and a soft drink for 140 pesos / $11 USD). About 2 miles away is the beach road. There you will find many more excellent restaurants with more of an American feel, but also with American prices…

The pool wasn’t heated when we were there but it wasn’t necessary. It will be heated in the winter. We arranged our stay directly with Mak Nuk. We rented a car at the airport when we flew in and then drove down. We’ve been to Mexico several times, and I feel safer driving in Mexico, than here in Boston…. If you have any other questions, just let me know…


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