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Blue Tulum Resort and Spa Star Rating 5        
Tulum Boca Paila Km 3.8 Lote 48 Carretera Federal Playa

Just 5 Minutes south of Tulum, 30 minutes south of Playa del Carmen, 30 minutes away from Playacar Golf Club, 20 minutes away from the Puerto Aventuras. The luxurious 96 suites resort lies at walking distance from the ancient Mayan Pyramids of Tulum and boasts majestic views of the crystalline waters of the Mexican Caribbean and a private beach area.Blue Tulum provides a perfect harmony of top level service and absolute relaxation.
Hotel Posada Luna Llena Star Rating 3        
Calle 6 Sur Entre 9 Sur Y 11 Sur

Hotel Posada Luna Llena offers 3-star accommodation in Tulum. It also provides a swimming pool, a rooftop terrace and an outdoor pool.There are a range of facilities on offer to those staying at Hotel Posada Luna Llena Tulum, such as a laundry service, porters and free Wi-Fi.
L'Hotelito Star Rating 2        
Av. Tulum entre Beta y Orion

L'Hotelito is located in Tulum and features free Wi-Fi. It also offers a garden.L.
Amansala Eco Chic Resort Star Rating 4        
Km 5.5 Boca Paila

Amansala Eco Chic Resort provides peaceful 4-star accommodation in Tulum. It has a spa, as well as a tour desk, a garden and a hair salon.Amansala has 24 individually-decorated rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Mestizo Hotel Boutique Star Rating 4        
Carretera Costera tulum - Boca Paila km 9.5

Mestizo Hotel Boutique provides traditional 4-star accommodation in Tulum. It offers free wireless internet, a 24-hour reception and massages.This charming hotel provides a number of amenities, such as bicycle rental, a ticket service and an express check-in and check-out feature.
Hotel El Punto Tulum Star Rating 3        
Avenida Coba Sur y Mercurio Oriente

Hotel El Punto Tulum provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Tulum. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.El Punto provides a library, a garden and a bike hire service.
Tunich Hotel        
Tulum-Bocapaila Highway km 5.5

Tunich Hotel is located in Tulum and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a laundry service and a garden.The guest house has 5 well-appointed rooms, each with an en suite bathroom.
Hotel Addy        
Calle Polar Manzana 15 Lote 6 Centauro y Satelite Norte

Located in Tulum, Hotel Addy is an easy drive from Sistema Sac Actun and Xelha. It also provides wireless internet access in public areas and a 24-hour reception.The hotel has 32 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
My Way Luxury Resort        
Carretera Boca Paila Km 7

My Way Luxury Resort is situated in Tulum and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also provides limited hours room service.The hotel offers rooms equipped with a shower, a mini bar and a hair dryer, plus all the essentials to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Villas Colibri by Villas Geminis        
Calle 8 Sur

This comfortable vacation rental in Tulum offers free wireless internet, as well as a terrace and an outdoor pool. It also provides a garden.Villas Colibri by Villas Geminis has 4 lodgings that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
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Tulum is home to some of the most impressive Mayan ruins you'll ever see, is a haven for history lovers, amateur archaeologists and New World romantics. It also happens to have some stunning beaches and scenery to enjoy. Located on the Caribbean shores of the Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum is a popular choice with winter getaway tourists and cruise line passengers. The city is readily accessible from Cancun and its international airport, which can be found 80 miles or so away. The majority of tourists stay in Tulum's Hotel Zone, which houses an assortment of accommodation options. From boutique hotels to all-inclusive resorts, there's plenty of choice to be had here.

Tulum is most famous for its Mayan ruins, which proudly gaze out upon the Caribbean just meters from the Cliffside. Constructed circa 1200BC, many of the ruins still hold their shape and appearance to this day. El Castillo (The Castle) with its temples on top looms above the remaining ruins and makes for the showcase structure in the archaeological site. Stand at the bottom of its expansive stone steps and it's hard not to imagine what it would have been like to have witnessed the lavish ceremonies that were once carried out upon its altars. If the archaeological site at Tulum only whets your appetite for all things pre-Columbian, the Yucatan houses a wealth of Mayan treasures. The likes of Muyil, Uxmal, Coba and El Rey can all be found at the end of a hire car journey or a bus tour, while the awe-inspiring Chichen Itza is well worth the five-hour round trip. If you find there are only so many ruins you can take, Tulum offers another prized attraction; its beautiful beaches. Visitors from across the globe head to these white sands looking to soak up some sun and while away those stresses and strains. Unlike many of Mexico's other beach resorts, beaches don't get too overcrowded here, although early morning and sunset provide a tranquil paradise for those really looking to get away from it. Tulum Mexico visitors are recommended to take a trip over to Cozumel. Despite being the largest island in Mexico, there's plenty of peace and quiet to be had here.

Alternatively, try to arrange a tour of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. Animal and plant conservation is huge in this part of the world, and this reserve is home to numerous endangered species. A canal tour often proves to be the best way to see the reserve. If you're yearning for a slice of excitement amidst the tranquility, head to Xcaret, a theme park that also serves as a zoo, safari park and beach resort. You're sure to find something here to enjoy. Meanwhile, visitors unafraid of a little underwater adventure won't want to miss the opportunity to go snorkeling in the aquamarine waters of the Caribbean. The majority of visitors head to Tulum for a New Year break, with peak periods falling between January and March. Visitors looking to avoid the crowds but catch the best of the weather should visit between October and December.