Ok…you’ve just booked your boudoir session in Tulum with us and are looking for the very best hotels in Tulum to book your accommodations.
But where?? There are countless options all over Tulum beach and town.
Where do I stay in Tulum is one of the most common questions I get from my clients.
And where you stay for your Tulum trip is soo important.
It can really affect the whole vibe of your trip- from your comfort, to how well you eat and move around town and most importantly, to how well you can experience all that Tulum has to offer.
Lately I’ve been sharing with my Tulum clients a short list of my favorite hotels so I thought you might like to see the list too;)
My favorite hotels in Tulum tend to be more on the chill side. You won’t find much of a party vibe at these places.
Just elegant, laid back style combined with comfort and excellent food and drinks…
My favorite hotels in Tulum include:
Habitas– With a very stylish loft restaurant and bar, often times showcasing global artist performances while you dine, Habitas is elegant and romantic- whether you’re visiting Tulum with your partner or taking yourself out on a hot date. Their sea-view rooms and intimate beach experience are to die for.
Nomade– Perhaps my favorite hotel in Tulum. Boho vibe to the fullest with beautiful decor in the restaurant and common areas and beach beds so comfortable you’ll never want to leave. And you don’t technically have to- they’ll bring your tacos and mezcal margaritas direct to your beach bed.
Hotelito Azul– My favorite roof top bar with not one but two pools, this is an amazing place for sunset cocktails. You’ll also find some of Tulum’s most comfortable beach beds with good music (not too loud). Their well crafted nest style beds are perfect if you’re looking for less sun and more rest.
Sanara– If you’re coming to Tulum to heal, Sanara just might be your place. With a focus on wellness, Sanara offers daily flow & Kundalini yoga classes overlooking the sea. It’s hard not to fall in love with this vibe. Sanara screams sophistication from it’s landscaping to it’s rooms and restaurant. A must see.
Want more of my recommendations on how to do Tulum? Check out this post.
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