Tulum

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When it comes to eco-resorts, Papaya Playa is rugged to say the least — Oyster
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3 reviews
Complimentary yoga classes every morning, live music every evening and sunrise views across the Caribbean Sea – this boutique hotel has a relaxed vibe, two restaurants and a pool — The Telegraph
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One of Tulum’s most long-standing hotels, Zamas opened 23 years ago with one restaurant and just one room on two acres of space. — Travel + Leisure
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4 reviews
More like a Bond-villain’s beach house than a luxury hotel, Casa Malca is set on the confectioners’ sugar-soft sands of the Riviera Maya, hidden from prying eyes within a concealed entrance. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Dreaming of a jungle-meets-beach Mexican hideout? You've found it. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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This adults-only boutique hotel in secluded Tulum has nine guest rooms, including four ocean view suites, two master suites, and three non-view, ground level rooms. — Travel + Leisure
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3 reviews
With its 10 villas with open-air baths and candlelit rooms that sleep only two, Azulik draws mostly couples. — Oyster
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3 reviews
A cool, home-away-from-home vibe permeates Casa Pueblo Tulum, with its courtyards, communal workspaces, and open-air restaurant next to the outdoor pool — The Telegraph
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This 94-room all-inclusive is a stylish, adult-only oceanfront property located where the road from Tulum town meets the road to the beach. — Oyster
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2 reviews
The Ahau Hotel could best be described as eco-chic. — Oyster
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2 reviews
Perched on the shores of Turtle Cove, this chic boutique hotel has elevated rooms with private balconies that catch the ocean breeze — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Employing recycled objects found on the property after a hurricane, Posada Del Sol stands out for its naturally beautiful architecture — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
All rooms have king-size beds draped in white satin; spacious cabanas come with private plunge pools. The pleasant restaurant serves traditional Mexican dishes made with fresh ingredients. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
A stylishly converted beach house set among the palm trees on Tulum beach — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
This long-time favorite manages  to combine Tulum’s old-fashioned rustic feel with modern conveniences like A/C (from 7pm to 7am) and 24-hour electricity. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
The name (The Paradise Hotel) suits this pocket of serenity on the sand far from the beachfront hotel zone and close to the back entrance to the Tulum ruins — Frommer's
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The upscale Maria Del Mar Boutique Hotel is a pretty boutique property set along Tulum’s beachfront hotel zone — Oyster
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Expect thatched palapas surrounded by tiny picket fences and paths of white sand with the consistency of flour — The Telegraph
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Maya Tulum has a back-to-nature vibe, thanks to its regular yoga class schedule, and a restaurant that specializes in vegetarian food — Oyster
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3 reviews
As the only LEED-Platinum-certified building in the country, Casa de las Olas is ideal for those who are looking for an eco-friendly, off-the-grid beachfront getaway — Oyster
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