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16 Best Boutique Hotels in Tulum

Wondering what are the best boutique hotels in Tulum for your next visit? Here you’ll find a detailed description of the greatest options to make your choice easier!

Tulum has become pretty famous over the last few years. It seems like everyone and their mother has been visiting this destination that just a few years ago was a sleepy fishermen’s town. Crazy to believe!

So many new, beautiful, and design hotels have popped up lately, so it can be a little difficult to find the perfect hotel for your vacation – they all just seem so nice! I know that feeling.

Luckily, you’ve found this post that comprises the very best boutique hotels in Tulum where you can enjoy unlimited rest and first-class service.

I spent a good amount of time in Tulum, personally checked out a few of the hotels in this list, talked to friends who also visited Tulum, and did some extensive research before presenting you these hotels. Check them out!


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Nomade is an incredible boutique hotel in Tulum, featuring spa services that include yoga lessons and wellness packages as well as massages, beachfront rooms, a swimming pool and a private beach area. Some of the rooms even have a private outdoor plunge pool or terrace.  

Nomade could also be considered a treehouse hotel in Tulum, and you can take your stay to a new level by staying in one of their treehouses among the palm trees. 

The hotel has an on-site restaurant that serves holistic cuisine and a beach restaurant, as well as a spa and music experience. 

We like it because this boutique hotel in Tulum is on the beach, offering immediate access to the world-famous white sands and turquoise waters. It’s also close to several restaurants and offers free parking to its guests.  



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Delek is one of the best Tulum boutique hotels, located on South Tulum Beach and featuring rustically decorated suites, most of them boasting views of the ocean and outdoor bathrooms or tubs, and very spacious seating areas. The hotel has a lush garden, as well as a restaurant and bar, and it serves daily breakfast for its guests, both American and à la carte. 

We like it because Delek boutique hotel in Tulum Beach has family rooms and offers room service. They also have a car rental if you plan on doing day trips from Tulum. 


Be Tulum

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Be Tulum is a Spa & Beach Resort offering top-quality services that make it one of the most popular boutique hotels in Tulum. It’s not kid-friendly, which is ideal for couples or adults looking to really relax and enjoy the tranquility of a beachfront hotel, but it also offers several activities for adventurous guests, like snorkeling and fishing or visiting one of the many adventure parks in the area. 

This Tulum luxury boutique hotel features suites with private balconies, some of which include private pools or hot tubs, and it’s also home to 3 on-site restaurants, a bar and 2 outdoor swimming pools. 

We like it because Be Tulum hotel is near Tulum Downtown, so you can make the most of the town’s facilities, but it also offers every amenity you could desire to never leave the hotel, including a spa and Temazcal ceremonies.   



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Esencia Hotel features a fitness center, two outdoor swimming pools and a really extensive spa menu that includes hair salon services, body scrubs, facial treatments and a steam room, besides the regular full-body massages and jacuzzi sessions. There’s also a personal trainer to get you in shape, yoga classes and various activities like art expositions, themed dinners and live music events. 

The rooms in this boutique hotel in Tulum, Mexico, are fully equipped with air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, spacious private bathrooms with toiletries and beautiful décor.   

We like it because this 5-star hotel has three restaurants on-site that serve all meals and feature different kinds of menus, and it’s also pet-friendly, so you could visit with your furry friend upon request. 


Mi Amor

Mi Amor is a 5-star boutique hotel in Tulum, said to be one of the most romantic in Mexico. No wonder since Mi Amor translates into My Love, and to prove it this adults-only hotel offers private plunge pools in most rooms, couple’s massages and hosts weddings by the beach. 

Mi Amor Colibri in Tulum offers six different room categories, from seafront rooms to jungle view suites, garden or poolside rooms, all of them featuring a king-sized bed, private bathroom with toiletries, a coffee machine and minibar. There’s also nightly turndown service and some of the rooms boast a private terrace or balcony. 

We like it because every detail seems to be taken care of to ensure a completely luxurious stay, and the hotel’s restaurant serves three delicious daily meals, as well as Sunday brunch. It’s also located near the Tulum Ruins.


Hotel Bardo

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Hotel Bardo is an adults-only hotel that features simple-decorated rooms with private bathrooms, room service, a fridge, oven and coffee machine and lush gardens all around it.   

The hotel has an outdoor pool as well as private pools and gardens in certain rooms, a restaurant & bar with gorgeous decorations that match the jungle environment and concierge service, as well as yoga classes and spa services. 

We like it because besides offering world-class amenities it also organizes tours and activities for its guests, has car rental services and is pet-friendly. 


Casa Malca

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Casa Malca is an incredibly luxurious Tulum boutique hotel with a beachfront, a huge outdoor pool and very spacious and beautifully decorated rooms. Casa Malca is surrounded by tropical vegetation and its fully-equipped rooms offer views of the gardens or the sea, as well as room service and an ample seating area.

There’s a full-service spa, family rooms and various activities like walking or bike tours, art galleries and themed dinners. 

We like it because it has its own private beach area, offers first-class amenities and it’s right on the edge of the gorgeous Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka’an.  



Nest is a 4-star boutique hotel in Tulum that combines modern facilities and top-rated service with a minimalist design and a strong respect for the Mayan ancient traditions and culture. The hotel has rooms facing the ocean as well as garden suites, and a private villa with a kitchen, a palapa terrace, oceanfront patio and room service; a private chef and butler can be requested as well. 

Besides incredible accommodation Nest has direct access to the beach, spa services, a bar & restaurant and a sun deck. 

We like it because the simplicity of its design blends perfectly with its natural surroundings, and it offers luxurious services without leaving behind the traditional roots of the place.  


La Valise

La Valise is one of Tulum’s boutique hotels on the beach, with its own private beach area and beach beds accessible all day, so you can enjoy the sun or stargaze at night with the ocean right at your feet. There’s also a heated infinity pool that overlooks both the sea and the jungle, and beautiful bungalows that feature outdoor showers and coffee&tea makers. 

Daily breakfast is included with all stays, as well as yoga classes and the use of bicycles, and guests can book a massage at the hotel’s spa. 

We like it because guests can sleep under the stars in the bungalow’s terrace, and breakfast can be delivered to the rooms to enjoy it in privacy. 



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Sanara is one of the many Tulum boutique hotels that offer rooms with views of the beach. Besides the beachside suites, they also have garden villas and poolside rooms, accommodating from 3 to 10 people in the different lodges. The stay includes a welcome wellness kit that includes a yoga mat, a bathrobe and a beach towel, and at the hotel you can enjoy all sorts of spa treatments, join yoga classes and create a nutrition plan based on your needs. 

We like it because the hotel focuses on your complete relaxation and wellness, and the on-site restaurant, Real Coconut, serves gluten-free, dairy-free and Ayurvedic meals with organic and locally sourced products. 



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This luxury boutique hotel in Tulum features an outdoor swimming pool as well as a private beach area, and beachfront, ample rooms with private bathrooms where you’ll find bathrobes and free toiletries. 

Some of the rooms at Habitas also boast outdoor showers, and guests can take advantage of the full-service spa, cultural activities and wellness packages that the hotel offers. At this Tulum boutique hotel you can enjoy movie nights under the stars, temporary art expositions and the use of bikes to explore the area. You can even go clubbing at their own nightclub! 

We like it because they offer everything you could need or want during your stay so you don’t have to leave the hotel unless you want to, allowing you to truly rest and be pampered. 



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Jashita Hotel Tulum offers incredibly luxurious amenities, featuring 3 outdoor swimming pools as well as private plunge pools in certain suites, a Penthouse with a wide terrace overlooking the sea, a restaurant that serves both local and international dishes and a bar. 

All rooms have a private bathroom with toiletries, cable TV and garden or sea views. At the hotel guests can enjoy beachfront yoga classes, snorkeling and diving excursions, access to the private beach and the possibility to rent a car if needed.  

We like it because they also feature family rooms and a kid’s pool, and all of their rooms and common areas are beautifully designed and luxurious. 


Casa Agape

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Casa Agape in Tulum is a 4-star hotel featuring ample rooms with a desk, coffee maker, a private patio with garden views and an en-suite bathroom. There’s a swimming pool right next to the sun deck, a bar and a restaurant that serves daily breakfast for all guests. 

The hotel organizes tours around the area and offers a 24-hour front desk and concierge service, as well as massages and car rental. 

We like it because it’s located in downtown Tulum, close to many attractions and facilities, and a short distance from most cenotes in Tulum.



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Naay hotel Tulum boats a wide sun terrace with a swimming pool, great lounge areas, a bar and a restaurant. The rooms are spacious and fully equipped with bathrobes, toiletries and coffee & tea making facilities. A flat-screen TV, wardrobe, security box and desk are also included in the rooms, as well as an en-suite bathroom and seating area. 

We like it because it offers great city views while at the same time its architecture and lush surroundings make you feel in the middle of the jungle. 



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Azulik is an eco-boutique hotel in Tulum that features 48 villas surrounded by the Yucatan jungle. The sea villas face the Caribbean sea, and the jungle ones boast outdoor tubs; all of them have bathtubs filled with sacred water from the hotel’s cenote and ample, luminous rooms.

Azulik has three restaurants on-site and offers sunrise yoga lessons, sacred ceremonies and guided meditations, as well as spa services and a beach bar. 

We like it because there is no electricity, allowing for a full disconnection from social media, work and the real world so you can truly relax and reconnect with nature. 

Casa Pueblo

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Casa Pueblo is home to 16 suites with simple decoration, wooden elements and sconces hand-made by local artists, and floor-to-ceiling windows that guarantee natural light in all rooms. 

All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with free toiletries and hand-carved sinks, and breakfast is served daily to all guests, prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. 

The hotel also offers yoga classes, reiki, and meditation sessions, it features an outdoor pool, a restaurant and a bar, as well as a business center and concierge service. 

We like it because the architecture style is simple and nondistracting, allowing you to truly relax mind and body. 

  • Stefania Guglielmi

    Stefania Guglielmi is the founder of Every Steph. Originally from Bologna, Italy, she's been traveling full-time since 2016 and has visited over 50 countries across 6 continents. She believes sustainable travel and luxury travel can go hand in hand and has been advocating for responsible tourism since 2014. Stefania's advice and travel experiences have been featured in important publications such as Business Insider, Refinery29, and Yahoo Money.