The Best Hotels in Tulum for Every Traveler
Diamante K Hotel in Tulum, Mexico is an ecofriendly oasis in the Caribbean jungle | Courtesy of Diamante K / Expedia
Yogis wanting to stretch out on sugar-white Yucatán sands, families seeking a relaxing all-inclusive and couples craving a spa weekend – there are curated casas in Tulum to complement any kind of getaway. At these resorts in the Riviera Maya the toughest call you’ll have to make is whether your room has a rooftop jacuzzi, a private plunge pool, or both. White sands, palm trees and Mayan ruins to boot – these are the best hotels in Tulum, Mexico for every traveler.
4.4/5 (366 Reviews)
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Now from $437 per night
For wellness warriors looking to recharge, Nômade’s holistic experience will enhance any spiritual journey. Curated playlists of meditative music infuse this jungle sanctuary giving it a Burning Man-meets-yoga retreat vibe. Start your morning by meditating in the gratitude tent, grab an organic smoothie, then participate in a sacred fire ritual or cacao ceremony – or ground yourself with an ancient Mayan healing treatment. Luxury treehouses and Moroccan-inspired tents are on hand for those wanting to get closer to nature.
Hotel Nicte Ha Tulum
2/5 (2 Reviews)
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In downtown Tulum, a 15-minute bike ride from the beach, this hotel is perfect for the budget traveler looking for simple no-frills accommodation. Bikes are on hand to borrow, there’s a cool shaded courtyard in which to hang, and a compact corner bar and restaurant catering to food and drink basics. After all, with so many restaurants, bars, and beaches to explore, how much time are you really planning to spend in your hotel room?
4.3/5 (458 Reviews)
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Now from $99 per night
This secluded beachfront hotel rests in a quiet cove, a coconut’s throw from Tulum’s national park, granting guests access to quieter beaches, nearby cenotes (natural water pools), and the cliff-poised Mayan ruins. Perfect for eco-minded travelers, this hotel upholds a commitment to solar energy across its two-acre (1ha) palm-plotted estate and smart cabañas. At night, electricity is turned off and simple garland lights bathe the hotel’s Caribbean-facing Casa Maria restaurant in a romantic glow. As you commune with nature, you’ll feel like you’re staying on a private island at this stylish yet sustainable hotel.
3.9/5 (114 Reviews)
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Now from $64 per night
Sometimes a stress-free vacation means a child-free vacation (sorry kids). This adults-only hotel is a block away from the national park, set back from the town’s main thoroughfare of beaches and bohemian restaurants. Savor the view from the rooftop infinity pool overlooking the tranquil jungle canopy, free from the chatter of children. True to the hotel’s name, rooms are all a serene, soothing white.
KASA Hotel Parota
4.6/5 (326 Reviews)
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Now from $131 per night
Designed for families, KASA Hotel Parota caters to everyone in your group. Adults can enjoy a cocktail at the swim-up bar while children are entertained by the hotel’s toys and board games. Babysitting services are available for when you need some alone time. When it’s time to eat, schedule a romantic beachside dinner or family feast with the whole gang. Rooms range from multi-bedroom suites with kitchens, to super-sized villas with private pools and rooftop terraces.
Resort, Spa Hotel
4/5 (921 Reviews)
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Now from $265 per night
If sipping unlimited piña coladas under a palm tree sounds to you like a little slice of heaven, Tulum’s only adult-only all-inclusive is just the ticket. Aside from enjoying the free-flowing drinks, epicures will love Kore Tulum’s three restaurants and all-day snack menu. In between the exhausting food and drink schedule, you might also find time to squeeze in a facial or massage at the hotel’s spa, borrow free bikes, or slip into the hotel’s infinity pool.
Boutique Hotel, Spa Hotel
4.4/5 (56 Reviews)
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Now from $550 per night
For lovers of luxury who also prize the environment, this upscale, ecofriendly retreat is firmly rooted in minimizing its earthly impact. The hotel was constructed using local materials, and you won’t find any plastic bottles here. Its commitment to sustainability doesn’t sacrifice any style, mind: rooms are decorated with handmade wooden furniture, crisp linens grace canopy beds, and outdoor decks give way onto decadent dining areas. On the beach cabañas and lounge chairs await you, and the restaurant serves up Mayan-Mediterranean flavor feasts.
The Beach Tulum Hotel
4.8/5 (92 Reviews)
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Now from $878 per night
You’re guaranteed to wake up with an ocean view at the Beach hotel, where all rooms face the clear blue sea. They’re chic and spacious, too, with all-white decor and pared-back wooden accents that allow Tulum’s natural beauty to do the talking. Choose between a room with a private plunge pool and a hammock, or a rooftop Jacuzzi and lounge chairs. Decisions, decisions…
Looking for more recommendations? Opt for more privacy with a stay at one of these stylish villas in Tulum. Best of all, you can book your next stay right here on Culture Trip. During the day, take your relaxation to the next level with a trip to one of these yoga studios or immerse yourself in local history and explore some of the best ruins near Tulum. When evening rolls around, enjoy some delicious food at these top restaurants and unwind with a drink at one of the best bars in Tulum.
These recommendations were updated on September 10, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.