“Ever wanted to spend the night in a concrete tube? You will now!”
The world’s most unique hotel created just for you — Tubohotel. Whether meeting new friends or organizing a group, a cool, social vibe permeates the tubes. Tubohotel was designed to enjoy the good times in one of Mexico’s Pueblo Magico, Tepoztlan, Morelos, Mexico. With economical tubo-rates as low as $400 pesos up to $700 pesos plus tax, you can arrive by yourself with backpack in hand, as a couple, with your friends or family. Tubo-social, Tubo-cool, Tubohotel! TuboHotel is located in the Magic Village of Tepoztlan, Morelos about 45 minutes south of Mexico City on the other side of the mountain range. The most convenient airport is the Mexico City Airport. Physically and spiritually we are located on the return to the Tepoztlan – Mexico City toll road. When you exit the toll road at Tepoztlan from Mexico City, take your first U turn to the left. Ask Uncle Pepe, he will show you. Cross the bridge overpass and TuboHotel is located on the right. Use the lateral road towards the road to San Juan. If you are coming from Cuatla/Oaxtepec on the toll road, take the Tepoztlan exit and immediately on your right will be TuboHotel. If you are arriving on the federal highway from Cuernavaca, take a left towards the toll road before the gas station (only one in town), cross the bridge overpass, and Tubohotel will be on your right. Just like in life, Young Jedi, there are many ways to arrive at your chosen destination. Give us a call and a Tubo-Assistant will help you find your way in a chaotic world. What kind of bed is in the tube? Queen. Also in the room is a desk light, fan, and under-bed storage as well as a towels with towel racks along and comfortable blankets and high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. Okay, that last one was a lie, but the sheets are really Tubo-Soft. Will I have to shower with others? Ohh, no, no, no. We are not one of those hotels. But we do have two very clean and comfortable bathroom houses with skin-scalding hot water, private showers and comodes (that is French for toilet). We suggest you bring a robe, flip-flops, shampoo, soap and your Tubo-Rubber-Ducky. How much does a night in the tube cost? As low as $400 pesos up to $600 plus tax for up to two people for a ground level tube or $500 pesos up to $700 plus tax for a top-of-the-pyramid tube for those who live in the clouds. Each tube comfortably fits two Tubo-Inhabitants. You can camp and pitch a tent as well in a designated section of the orchard for $200 pesos per tent for up to two people and 50 pesos for each additional person in the same tent. You can now make a reservation online! Hip-hip-hooray!!! CLICK HERE FOR ONLINE RESERVATIONS IN ENGLISH Start living the Tubo-Life you so richly deserve! Do the tubes get cold? Absolutely not. The tubes are quite thermic maintaining their comfortable, almost Tubo-licioustemperature during the day and night. Our tubes are scientifically guaranteed to cure even the most stubborn cold feet. The tubes will not cure your heart condition. We offer additional services for groups such as event assistance, family reunions, banquets, weddings, bar mitzvas, aboriginal walk-abouts, ritual blood-lettings . . . Okay, just wanted to see if you were still actually reading. Yes, we do some real kick-ass events with the very lovely and talented celebrity chef, Ana Garcia. Contact us for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sounds and looks awesome in theory, but the execution is lacking. The hotel is located right in a highway exit and not within walking distance to the very awesome town of tepoztlan so the location is pretty bad. I'd look to stay somewhere else, especially since there are so many cute hotels in the town or beautiful houses on the outskirts.
Great idea. This one has gone straight into the bucket list!
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