Shakespeare’s rhetoric question “To Be or Not to Be?” has a really simple answer – To be, but only at the Be Tulum Hotel! This couples’ secret getaway is one of the most romantic places both in Tulum and entire Riviera Maya.
Seamlessly blending luxury and nature, Be Tulum hotel is located of the border of Tulum beach and the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, where the shimmering turquoise waters of Caribbean meet a lush, tropical rainforest.
This is a contemporary, young and truly exclusive hotel for people who don’t want to make compromises when it comes to their dream vacation.
Designed by a renowned Argentinian architect and owner Sebastian Sas, each of the Be Tulum’s 20 suites is a unique masterpiece. Brazilian wood floors, soft cowhide rugs, bold Bisazza mosaic tiles, marble bathrooms and outdoor showers are just a few elements that contribute to the magical atmosphere of Be Tulum Hotel suites. Of course, such amenities and Wi-Fi Internet, air-conditioning and iPod dock stations have been taken care of as well.
What’s more, the main floor rooms come with a private pool and terrace. While the upper floor suites pamper their guests with Jacuzzi tubs and extensive private balconies.
The most luxurious and sought-after suites are two penthouses (#16 and #20). Both boast floor to ceiling glass walls, opening to a stunning 360-degree view of the Tulum Beach, the Caribbean and of Sian Ka’an Reserve and a beautiful private rooftop pool. This is an ideal place to greet the sunrise or stargaze and enjoy a soft breeze at night.
What about a romantic candlelight dinner? Relaxing in-room massages? Yoga on the beach? At Be Tulum Hotel they have it all! Just follow a plank pathway winding through the property and it will take you to an infinity pool, Be Tulum Spa and a two-story gourmet restaurant, featuring the live music on the popular rooftop bar.
It can’t get more intimate and relaxing than that! So, if you are planning a wedding, a honeymoon, an anniversary or are dreaming about your secluded, barefoot paradise away from beach crowds and crying children, don’t look any further! Be Tulum is your lost Garden of Eden!
All you need to do is give yourself permission to enjoy it and add it to your inquiry list ASAP!
Note: Check out the amenities section below for other pleasant surprises that await the newlyweds and honeymooners at the Be Tulum beach hotel!
12 Suites with garden views and palm-trees. Ground floor rooms have a private pool, second floor rooms have a private Jacuzzi.
6 Suites with ocean views off the beach.ch. Ground floor rooms have a private pool, second floor rooms have a private Jacuzzi.
2 Suites on the second floor with direct ocean views private balcony, jacuzzi and private terrace with pool.
We represent so many small, quaint facilities, privately-owned homes and we coordinate availability with local people. Add Be Tulum to your inquiry, we will get back with you, confirm availability and of course, answer any question you might have!
|2015 Dates||Jungle Suite||Arena Suite||Ocean Suite|
|Jan 5 – Apr 11||$ 554.00||$ 665.00||$ 765.00|
|Apr 12 – Jun 30||$ 472.00||$ 565.00||$ 650.00|
|Jul 1 – Aug 16||$ 499.00||$ 599.00||$ 689.00|
|Aug 17 – Oct 31||$ 444.00||$ 533.00||$ 613.00|
|Nov 1 – Dec 23||$ 499.00||$ 599.00||$ 689.00|
|Dec 24 – Jan 4/16||$ 749.00||$ 898.00||$ 1,033.00|
Fun Activities Close By
|• Tulum||• LocoGringo Travel Itineraries||• Kayak safety tips|
|• Tulum Beaches||• Aktun Chen||• Snorkel safety tips|
|• Eco Parks||• Xel ha||• FAQ’s|
|• Mayan Ruins||• Cesiak Biosphere Tours||• Airport Transportation|
|• Local Business Directory||• Tulum Ruins||• Money Exchange|
|• Sian Ka’an Biosphere||• Coba Ruins||• Passports|
|• Riviera Maya and Area||• Gran Cenote||• Driving Tips|
|• X’calcel||• Local weather|
|• Tankah Bay & Casa Cenote|
Restaurants and Beach Bars in Tulum
|There are lots of places to sip a margarita, enjoy some tacos, or have a romantic dinner on the beach.|
|• Celti Restaurant – Pueblo|
|• Hechizo – Beach|
|• Que Fresco – Beach|
|• Don Cafeto – Pueblo|
|We have made some suggestions but there are more places to enjoy and discover in Tulum. Read our Local Scoop stories or jump on the forum to find other recommendations.|
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