Lovers and friends looking for barefoot luxury. Travellers who get bored easily. Jetsetters.
Lux treehouse vibes. Tropical architecture at its best. Jungle treetops to the east and the sea to the west. Getting into the Tulum state of mind.
Best times to visit are December through June. July and August get extremely hot and humid, and September to November sometimes see rain. If you are feeling adventurous, visit in June and swim with dozens of Whale Sharks.
Be Tulum Hotel is an image of Tulum, Mexico many have in their minds, that actually exists in reality. Set in the dense jungle, with a white sand beach as its backyard and close to the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka’an, the boutique hotel is a near perfect tropical destination.
There are 44 private suites between the jungle, the beach and the sea, all created with local materials and original designs. Choose the Ocean Front Suite for ultimate luxury, complete with a rooftop terrace, a pool and a sun bathing area.
Visit the Yäan Wellness Energy Spa to relax with an organic treatment after a day full of adventure.
Visit the Tulum Ruins. Bike to town for Paletas (Mexican popsicles) or along the coast and through a dense jungle to the Sian Ka'an Biosphere. Go snorkeling or diving in the area's many cenotes (water caves). Paddleboard through a magical green lagoon (Casa Cenote). Try kiteboarding or take a salsa lesson.
Try Mandarin Ceviche or the vegetable Carpaccio at Maresias, the hotel's raw bar serving oysters, ceviche and fresh fresh. Or coriander and achiote shrimp tacos, Cajun tempura Po Boy sandwich and the classic Choripan at 4 Fuegos grill.
Drive or reserve a pickup from Cancun International Airport. Get around Tulum barefoot or on a bike.
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