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  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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With a stay at Hidden Beach Resort Au Naturel Club Gourmet All Inclusive in Kantenah, you’ll be close to Xpu-ha Beach and Taj Mahal Cenote. This 4.5-star resort is within close proximity of Bel Air Animal Park and Cenote Cristalino.


Make yourself at home in one of the 42 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Partially open bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include safes and separate sitting areas, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. After a day at the private beach, you can enjoy other recreational amenities including a nightclub and a health club. Additional features at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and a hair salon.

Food & Drink

This resort is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.

Satisfy your appetite at the resort’s restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café, and 24-hour room service is provided. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include limo/town car service, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free valet parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Hidden Beach Resort Au Naturel Club Gourmet All Inclusive
KM.95 Carretera Cancun-Tulum Kantenah
Kantenah, 77710 Mexico


4.5 Very Good 952 Reviews
The best Nude vacation spot for the money
Reviewed 2 days ago

We just returned - P & B from Tarpon Springs Florida....As a nudist for the last 14 years, this resort possess all the amenities that you can hope for in one place. Angel, Pedro, Aniceto, Gaudino, Ricardo, all have great service experience and show it consistency everyday. Hernan is the new chef and actually cares what the people think. He himself does bring out specialties during the day for some added mouth watering appetizers and deserts. Esperanza and Alberto mix up the best drinks with a smile and always get it just right. I had a deep tissue massage with Dayana on the nude beach and I could not even move when I was done. It was perfect. I thought some changes to the resort this year with more entertainment by the pool, and upgrades on the food, enhanced our stay. I know I will be again at Hidden Beach next June again and hope to see all of my friends there again. I do know there are other nude vacation spots, but none of them stack up to Hidden Beach.

Another great trip!
Reviewed 6 days ago

We just returned from another great trip to HBR! As always, the staff were awesome. Angel and Anecito were wonderful, (but we did miss seeing Arnie). Esperanza, Alberto and Pedro kept us well hydrated. The food was even better this time and we loved Mario on the grill. The new head kitchen guy (Herman) was very visible and wanted everyone's opinion. Always lots of fruit available for healthy snacks. Gaby, David and Sandy kept us fit and entertained. Fernanda (Exotic rep) and the office staff did a great job and were very attentive. The new wine/cheese onsite for members' is a great addition. The new Cabaret show was just great as were the Tenors and the Mexican show. Our complaint is the new house red wine is absolutely horrid. And they should not be using a Bailey's substitute at the bar (available in the room, but not the bar). If Bombay, Grey Goose and Chivas is at the bar, Baileys should be as well. Looks like the room prices are going to continue to rise and this resort is never part of the Karisma sales. I hope someone is looking at that because the place had the lowest occupancy we have ever seen in our 6 visits (and we normally go there this time of the year).

Wonderful as usual
Reviewed 1 week ago

We just got back, June 01 to June 08, had a great time as usual. The weather was perfect; I think the best of all five trips. Mid to high 80's, low humidity, and the constant breeze.

All the gang was there and just as happy and helpful as always. Espy, Pedro, Alberto, Galdino, Angel, Aniceto, and all the others. Got a new cook/chef, Mario, nice kid, pretty handy around the grill.

There are all new wooden beach chairs; I was told there are now enough chairs in total for every single guest. The lack of lounge chairs has been a contentious issue in the past. I counted 60-some wooden chairs, I guess along with the plastic ones in the pool there could have been 84. Some new chairs outside the check-in office, some new plants here and there. A huge new water heater behind the kitchen. I'm guessing it's a high-pressure/high-temp system from the looks of it.

And the seaweed. Wow. They hire these kids, day-laborers, who've come in from other states since the harvesting of something-something in their home area is over, to spend the day - ALL day - raking and wheelbarrowing that mess out of there. And it looks like the water is rising; I never saw sand at the base of the seawall. Someone said it was because of how they carved out the beach for the new building and it has disrupted the natural sand flow along the beaches. I’m not so sure since it looked like the swings in front of the new building (sorry, can’t ever keep the names all straight) were also underwater.

The palms against the new resort are about tall and thick enough now to block the view from their upper floors - no more gawking.

Good wireless Internet connectivity wherever I went.

The food was really good as usual (although the shrimp and a lot of the fish was way overcooked in each dish, probably not avoidable considering it's mostly buffet).

They are starting to have more "member events", such as the wine and cheese thing they did. Apparently the parent company purchased a vineyard and winery on the west coast. The wines were pretty good, not sure what I'd be willing to pay for them but they were certainly drinkable. If you go to the "Pub", see if you can finagle a sample of the Clase Azul tequila. I'm not a big fan of tequila, but O.M.G. Amazing. I'm sure other people had to be chuckling at me for having my nose shoved so far in that snifter and moaning. ;)

We opted for room service the last night. The menu isn’t extravagant, but it was more than adequate. It was served promptly and plenty hot. Absolutely no complaints there.

And - of course - the "Update". We haven't been in at least 3 years so we decided to go. More moderately high-pressure sales. It was funny to see the number start at $80k, then quickly to 40, then 20, and after Renee came in and went through his faux "bonding" with us it was down to $10k. Then Renee left, and we told the kid it's still no. Now it's $7500 cash, and they'll give us $2500 "credit", for, something.

And they are still building new places. Expecting a (non-CO) resort in Jamaica within 5 years. And something-something on the west coast. No plans for a new Hidden Beach anywhere - unless an awful lot of you go to those "updates". ;)

I truly believe all the staff is anxious to help you and take care of things. For example, last year my sandal was coming apart and I asked someone at the check-in desk if they could see if someone in maintenance might have some adhesive that would work. Oh, and we were 15 minutes from our shuttle to the airport. A maintenance guy showed up, took my shoe and went flying down the sidewalk to his workshop (I presume). Five minutes later he’s back with some caulking or something on it, tells me to keep pressure on it, and didn’t want to take a tip for his work. He could have easily just said they had nothing that would have worked and I wouldn’t have questioned it. But even though he wasn’t responsible for direct customer care and interaction, he put forth 100% and helped me out – a lot.

Anyway, we’ll be back for our sixth trip next year and we look forward to seeing a lot of familiar and friendly faces.

Naay Spa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Another great visit for a deep tissue massage at the Naay spa. Karen has done another great job. I highly recommend her if you want an awesome massage 😘😁Absolutely the best ever👍🏼 ❤️ The facility’s and service are really nice and well maintained. Always ask for Karen if she is available, she is top notch, the best. ❤️

Back again and will return!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is an absolutely wonderful relaxing place and truly clothing optional - one can keep clothes on whenever, or the opposite, totally relaxed, and never any stupidity. The staff is fantastic, always there year to year and they seem to remember almost all the guests. This makes a huge difference, it is like going back home. They work so hard, they are always super nice, and they seem to understand that we also work hard normally and need to relax. The waiters are wonderful! (Anachito, Angel, Alberto and Esperanza, plus the new ones: Ivan(?), and two others whose name escapes me).
Must mention Sandy and Gaby, the fitness/entertainment, as they were superb. WE also went a lot to the gyms next door - the one at El Dorado Seaside is gorgeous. The one at Sensimar had the best fitness instructor ever, Saran (?), who truly gave us a custom fun time! Keep up the good work!