Tulum Hotels

Accommodations in Tulum are extremely varied, from budget hostels and small family-run hotels in Tulum Pueblo (town) to unique eco-boutique hotels and cabañas and upscale resorts along the beach.

Hotels in town are less expensive, a plus for the budget traveller, and you’ll be close to bars, restaurants and shops. The beach is a few kilometers from town. Taxi’s are plentiful and there’s a good cycle path.

Hotels on the beach are more expensive but you can still find great deals. The Tulum “hotel zone” stretches from just south of the Tulum Mayan ruins to just north of the entrance to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere with a few hotels and all-inclusive resorts scattered north of the Tulum ruins.

All hotels on the beach use alternate power sources, no electric power lines are permitted in the area.

Tulum Beachfront Hotels

  • Date
    November 26, 2015
    Surrounded by lush vegetation, Rosa Del Viento features a private beach with hammocks and lounge chairs on the beach area. There is a restaurant on the beach that serves local and international cuisine.
  • Jashita Tulum Hotel
    Date
    August 19, 2017
    Jashita Tulum is a small eco friendly hotel with garden or sea view suites set on a private beach. Jashita Hotel offers 3 outdoor pools, a bar-restaurant, deluxe suites with private plunge pools and a luxurious Penthouse with a sea-view terrace.
  • Date
    November 6, 2015
    Papaya Playa Project is a sustainable boutique hotel complex of beachfront cabins and cottages, set on a 900-metre stretch of private beach. PPP offers rustic accommodation with panoramic views of the Caribbean and weekly events.
  • Date
    November 7, 2015
    Azulik - Adults Only is located within a secluded beach in Tulum National Park. The bungalows, mostly on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean, also boast private decks from where guests will be able to enjoy the surrounding jungle.
  • Date
    November 23, 2015
    Designed to preserve the ecology, magic and enchantment of the Tulum, Tita Tulum offers charming cabañas built around a tropical palm garden and private terraces with hammocks overlooking the beach and the Caribbean