Tulum is the geographical equivalent of a hammock hanging between the cosmopolitan Playa del Carmen to the north and the shielded Sian-Ka’an Biosphere Reserve to the south. Boasting some of the best beaches in the Americas, Tulum has managed to maintain its unspoilt, fragile beauty and postcard-perfect views.
This 10-room Hotel and Villa (Villa coming soon), located just a short walk away from the ancient and mystical Tulum ruins, claims one of the widest and best parts of Tulum beach. You could easily imagine a towering 5-star hotel or a luxury resort here. Fortunately for everyone, this part of Riviera Maya beach has been kept functionally off-limits to mega-structure developers.
This, however, doesn’t mean that you will have to forgo 5-star service and pampering. The El Paraiso’s beautiful beach club offers everything from sun loungers, to scuba diving, to relaxing massage sessions on the beach.
Intentionally deprived of overwhelming glamour and distracting pieces of artwork, El Paraiso interior design oozes a modern, minimal and uncluttered atmosphere. It is a nice change from the hectic, over stimulating, media-driven city environment that most of us would want to escape from.
Highlighted by the oversized windows and the jaw-dropping view, each of the 10 air-conditioned hotel rooms features two double beds, an airy bathroom, and a private front porch with sling-back chairs and a small table. The porch is a great ‘strategic’ spot to rest with a good book, after long hours of swimming and scuba diving.
Each room is also equipped with a plasma Satellite TV and Wifi internet connection, so you won’t miss out on your favorite shows and long chats with your friends back home.
Delicious, complimentary American breakfast is served daily in the beachfront restaurant from 9 am-11 am. While El Paraiso Beach Bar offers a wide selection refreshing cocktails to complete your relaxing beach experience.
Bottom line is: If you are looking for a tropical beach ‘Paradise’ in Riviera Maya, it makes no sense to look anywhere else, but ‘El Paraiso’ hotel. Add it to your inquiry ASAP and jumpstart your amazing beach vacation!
We represent so many small, quaint facilities, privately-owned homes and we coordinate availability with local people. Add El Paraiso Hotel Tulum to your inquiry, we will get back with you, confirm availability and of course, answer any question you might have!
|Jan 6 – Apr 11||$ 171.00|
|Apr 12 – Apr 27||$ 215.00|
|Apr 28 – Jun 30||$ 110.00|
|Jul 1 – Aug 31||$ 147.00|
|Sep 1 – Nov 30||$ 105.00|
|Dec 1 – Dec 15||$ 137.00|
|Dec 16 – Jan 5/15||$ 225.00|
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||• What to Pack for your trip|
|• Riviera Maya and area maps||• Gran Cenote||• Passports|
|• X’calcel||• Driving Tips|
|• Tankah Bay & Casa Cenote||• Local weather|
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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"We had a great stay at El Paraiso, the staff were friendly and helpful, the room was spacious, clean and comfortable and the location was incredible. We didn't take in any of the many sights around Tulum and were happy to relax and enjoy the..."
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From: Melbourne, Australia
We had a great stay at El Paraiso, the staff were friendly and helpful, the room was spacious, clean and comfortable and the location was incredible. We didn't take in any of the many sights around Tulum and were happy to relax and enjoy the gorgeous beach. We headed into Tulum city for dinner most nights as we were looking for Mexican cuisine options. The taxi ride is about 50 pesos each way, so works out to be cheaper (with far more options) to head in and eat than to eat at one of the neighbouring restaurants. I would head back to El Paraiso in a heartbeat. The location and overall experience was wonderful.
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