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    Papaya Playa

    Papaya Playa

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    2 reviews
    Fair - 73% of guests recommend

    You’ve heard of pop-up shops and restaurants. Now meet the pop-up hotel, developed by the Berlin-based Design Hotels brand. Papaya Playa’s 99 thatched-roof cabanas are outfitted with local textiles and hammocks and attract visiting artists, designers, and DJs. They collaborate at a beach amphitheater, spin at Mayan full moon parties, and share freshly baked bread from the clay oven. Cost: ...

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    CESIAK (Centro Ecológico Sian Ka'an)

    CESIAK (Centro Ecológico Sian Ka'an)

    3 reviews

    A natural wonder not to be missed. 40 minutes from the condo.

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    Villa Las Estrellas

    Villa Las Estrellas

    4 reviews

    Villa Las Estrellas is a little beachfront hotel on Tulum's gorgeous beach. The six rooms and three freestanding suites all have ocean views. Rooms have thatched roofs, daybeds, hammocks, and white curtains blowing in the breeze. Tequila, the owner's dog, keeps an eye on the guests. Everyone who works here is helpful and friendly. A great midwinter escape.

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    Posada Luna del Sur

    Posada Luna del Sur

    3 reviews

    Posada Luna del Sur offers nice, spacious, modern rooms in a recently renovated building on the southern end of town. There’s a thatch-roof common space on the roof with tables and chairs but beyond that, there’s not much to it. It’s pretty low key. And that’s perfectly fine. In my mind, though, if you’re willing to pay around $100 in ...

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    Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa

    Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa

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    10 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    An hour drive from the airport in Cancun, we arrived to a quiet and lush entrance of Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. Overall, we had a truly wonderful experience. The food was some of the best I have ever had at an all-inclusive resort (especially the Mexican cuisine) and the cultural entertainment was impressive. Our room was fairly new and ...

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    Zamas

    Zamas

    6 reviews

    I'm not quite sure -- even if you tried really, really hard -- it's physically possible to get stressed out at Zamas (or in Tulum in general). This place is the Mexican beach version of a hippie hotel; the chilled-out restaurant hosted gringos and locals munching on fresh fish and hummus, and sarong-clad women (and men) lazed in the sun, ...

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    Coqui Coqui Spa

    Coqui Coqui Spa

    4 reviews

    Old school tulum vibe. Rooms are a bit tired now but still a good spot on a great stretch of the beach.

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    La Zebra Beach Cabanas & Restaurant

    La Zebra Beach Cabanas & Restaurant

    4 reviews

    I went there for dinner. It is right on the beach, though it is hard to see at night. They have live band playing salsa music on Sunday night, which is why we went. The whole place was very lively with the band playing and people dancing on the crowded dance floor with the sound of crashing waves at the ...

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    Teetotum Hotel

    Teetotum Hotel

    4 reviews

    A small boutique-y hotel, the Teetotum is super comfortable and appealing. It’s got just 4 rooms, all with a simple (and very cool) mid-century style that made me feel happy just walking in the front door. There’s a nice plunge pool and solarium plus a small restaurant on-site, which is great for breakfast or if you want a midday beer. ...

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    El Dorado Casitas Royale

    El Dorado Casitas Royale

    3 reviews

    Fabulous!

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    Cabanas Copal Hotel

    Cabanas Copal Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Fair - 70% of guests recommend

    If you want your own private cabana right on a beautiful beach, great food, mayan spas... then there are several places in Tulum that will work. Cabanas Copal is one of my favorites, though. With no electricity in the rooms, it forces you to literally be off the grid. Exactly what I was looking for.

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    Be Tulum

    Be Tulum

    5 reviews

    Rustic, different, adorable. Loved it! Well, only there one night since it wouldn't stop raining. (I do not recommend this place if it is raining) the rooms aren't fancy but who cares! Must go!

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    Coco Tulum

    Coco Tulum

    3 reviews

    Coco’s is great: a throwback to Tulum’s old days as a budget beach destination, with some well-selected improvements and amenities. The majority of units are one-room structures on the beach with palapa roofs and comfortable screened-in beds. They don’t have bathrooms; instead, there are shared restrooms near the entrance, which are spacious, convenient and super clean--a far cry from the ...

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    Secret Garden Hotel

    Secret Garden Hotel

    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    This is the sort of place that has made staying in town such a good option: classy, comfortable, affordable, walking distance from restaurants and shops, and an easy drive or bike ride from the beach. Walking through the gate, it really does feel like a secret garden, with tall trees shading a long central courtyard, complete with wooden benches and ...

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    Amansala

    Amansala

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    4 reviews

    If this resort were anywhere but Tulum, I'd have left partway through the trip. The service was unbelievably bad. Not slow, I mean neglectful and dishonest. The owner of the resort treats the local mexican staff like trash and the girls at the front desk follow suit. They are constantly typing away on their computers and can hardly be bothered ...

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    Maya Tulum Retreat & Resort

    Maya Tulum Retreat & Resort

    4 reviews

    If you're looking for a Yoga Retreat & Spa on a budget..this is the place. Situated on the ocean, it's quiet & relaxing. No TV, no phone & limited electricity, forces you to rough it. Fish & vegetarian menu & Yoga 2-3x a day. I met the most amazing women at this resort & are still friends. Many hollywooders stay ...

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    Ana y Jose Charming Hotel & Spa

    Ana y Jose Charming Hotel & Spa

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Hidden-away gem on a beautiful beach in Tulum. Great design with a laid-back vibe. Highly recommended.

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  • 18
    Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas

    Zulum Beach Club + Cabanas

    2 reviews
    Fair - 70% of guests recommend

    Hammocks on the porch, beds hanging from the ceiling, and sand under my feet at the restaurant are reasons why I loved this place. It also doesn't hurt that the place is absolutely gorgeous!

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    Ahau Tulum

    Ahau Tulum

    2 reviews

    Great beach cabana style hotel for any budget. There are really expensive rooms ($500+) and Bali huts with only an outdoor shower ($80). Situated right on the beach, you don't need to wear shoes when you leave your room. You can walk around barefoot all day. The food at the restaurant is delicious. The service was excellent. I can't wait ...

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    S&S Hip Hotel

    S&S Hip Hotel

    2 reviews
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