Costa Maya Hotel, Balamku Inn, Announces Special Deals

Littleton, Colorado (PressExposure) November 23, 2009 -- Balamku Inn, a Costa Maya hotel, today announced end of month specials for its beachside ecological resort. Travelers will receive a discount of 10% for 3 or more nights when arriving in November.

Experience beach front tranquility at Balamku, an ecological hotel on Costa Maya on the Yucatan Peninsula, just south of Mahahual (Majahual). The beautiful cabanas are designed for comfort and luxury while respecting the environment. Visitors to this Costa Maya hotel enjoy the privacy, tranquility and hospitality of asmall resort on a secluded Caribbean beach.

Balamku's 9 rooms are all on the beach and feature private terraces overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The Costa Maya hotel has 2 individual palapas and 3 two-story buildings with separate rooms upstairs and ground level. The rooms are all similar in design and amenities: round, one queen and one single bed, fine quality linens and towels, bathrooms with showers, hot water, biodegradable soap and shampoo, bottled drinking water, 24 hour solar - wind electricity, ceiling fans, beautifully tiled floors and tastefully decorated with Mexican art.

Visitors can snorkel or dive on the local reef or at Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve; they can also kayak, fish, visit the Mayan ruins and relax in the unspoiled beauty of nature at Balamku. All rooms have terraces facing the sea and breakfast, taxes and use of kayaks are included.

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About Balamku Inn

The Balamku Inn is committed to providing comfort and quality services using the resources of nature without abusing the environment. The respect for the environment, focus on ecotourism and intimate surroundings, will suit travelers who want a change from the large resorts. For those looking for a responsible Costa Maya hotel Balamku Inn provides an easy solution. For more information visit:

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Press Release Submitted On: November 23, 2009 at 5:29 am
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