Zamas Bungalows

Tulum Beach, Tulum, Mexico

Zamas Tulum hotel, beach bungalows, Riviera Maya

  • Uncommon Beachfront Hotel on Tulum beach

    ‘Zamma’ was the original Mayan name for the city of Tulum, which meant ‘new beginning’. So it’s hardly surprising that those looking to recharge their mind, rejuvenate their body, and replenish their soul, choose Tulum and Zamas Hotel as their dream vacation spot.

    Located right on the sugary white beach among the slender coconut palm trees, Zamas is a small beachfront cabana hotel, which features 8 very private beach bungalows.

    One of the First and Most Loved Beachfront Hotels in Tulum

    Each bungalow is a romantic Caribbean getaway with a thatch roof over your head and smooth, cool tiled floors under your feet. Comfortable beds and colorfully-tiled private bathrooms guarantee you’ll always start your morning on the right foot. And, of course, a large Caribbean porch with Mexican hamacas (hammocks) softly swaying in the sea breeze is a great way to kick off your vacationing days.

    You can’t go wrong with Zamas beach bungalows, whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a fun trip with a couple of friends, or a memorable family vacation.

    Especially because each cabana is different in terms of size, layout, and occupancy (see the amenities section below for more details). In fact, Zamas hotel even includes a couple of 2-story Casas, which are spacious enough to accommodate up to 6 people. The Zamas Casas are only separated by a small road from the beach. Although, the elevated, unobstructed beach and ocean views from the second floor of the Casas are definitely worthy of a snapshot.

    Join the Hammock Culture at Zama’s and Swing the Days Away

    Zamas’ rustic chic ambiance and laid-back hammock culture is also combined with a strategically ideal location.

    First, you have a famous Zama’s Que Fresco open-air beach restaurant just 100 meters away. So, whenever you have cravings for ‘muy fuerte’ margaritas, wood fired pizza, or deliciously fresh seafood, you won’t have to look far. This is one of our favorite spots on Tulum beach, whether for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

    This is also one of the great spots for snorkeling. On the days when the water is calm, make sure that you’ll check out the shipwreck (just 50 meters off Tulum’s shore) and plenty of colorful fish that live there.

    Also, be sure to visit the Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Coba ruins, the Pueblo of Tulum, and mystic freshwater cenotes. Just down the beach road is the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve, with its pristine mangrove estuaries and abundant wildlife.

    One thing is clear: you won’t run out of fun and exciting activities when staying in Tulum, and Zamas Bungalows Hotel. So, stop procrastinating and add this amazing beachfront property to your inquiry by pressing the red button below!

  • Property Features

    • Beachfront cabana hotel
    • Eco-friendly property
    • Hotel rooms, cabanas and suites
    • Tulum beachfront property

    Indoor Features

    • Mosquito nets
    • Ocean breezes

    Outdoor Features

    • Patios or terrraces
    • Direct access to the Tulum beach

    Service Features

    • Daily maid service
    • Laundry service upon request
    • Front desk staff
    • All rooms are non-smoking
    • In true escape mode, no TVs or wireless Internet in rooms
    • Babysitting services available
    • Free Parking
    • Onsite restaurant – Que Fresco

    Indoor Amenities

    • High quality linens and towels
    • Spacious private porches with hammocks
    • Bright and open bathrooms
    • Complimentary drinking water, replenished as needed
    • Eco-friendly bath products
    • Safes for valuables
    • Table and chairs
    • Beach towels provided

    Bedding and Room Details

    • Family Suite – Number of Beds 6  Maximum Guests 6
    • Jungle Garden – Number of Beds 2  Maximum Guests 4
    • Jungle Garden Special – Number of Beds 3  Maximum Guests 4
    • Small Jungle Garden – Number of Beds 2  Maximum Guests 3
    • Garden Ocean View -  Number of Beds 2  Maximum Guests 4
    • Garden Two Room – Number of Beds 4  Maximum Guests 6
    • Top Floor Ocean View – Number of Beds 3  Maximum Guests 5
    • Beachfront – Number of Beds 2  Maximum Guests 3
    • Small Beachfront -  Number of Beds 1  Maximum Guests 2

    Outdoor Amenities

    • Chaise lounges
    • Palapa umbrellas for shade

    Entertainment & Communications

    • This is a no phone, no Wifi zone for your relaxation
    • WiFi in restaurant and public areas
  • We represent so many small, quaint facilities, privately-owned homes and we coordinate availability with local people. Add Zamas Bungalows to your inquiry, we will get back with you, confirm availability and of course, answer any question you might have!


    2017 per Night

    Description Jan 2-Apr 30
    Dec 16-Dec 19
    May 1-May 31
    Aug 1-31
    Nov 22-Nov 29
    Jun 1-Jul 31
    Sep 1-Nov 21
    Nov 30-Dec 15
    Top Floor Ocean View
    (TFOV) Sleeps: 5
    $ 290.00 $ 245.00 $ 230.00 $ 425.00
    (B) Sleeps: 3
    $ 290.00 $ 245.00 $ 230.00 $ 450.00
    Small Beachfront
    (SB) Sleeps: 2
    $ 265.00 $ 195.00 $ 170.00 $ 350.00
    Garden Ocean View
    (G) Sleeps: 4
    $ 220.00 $ 175.00 $ 150.00 $ 325.00
    Small Garden Ocean View
    (SG) Sleeps: 3
    $ 220.00 $ 175.00 $ 150.00 $ 325.00
    Jungle Garden Special
    (JGS) Sleeps: 4
    $ 220.00 $ 175.00 $ 150.00 $ 300.00
    Jungle Garden
    (JG) Sleeps: 4
    $ 180.00 $ 150.00 $ 135.00 $ 275.00
    Small Jungle Garden
    (SJG) Sleeps: 3
    $ 180.00 $ 150.00 $ 135.00 $ 275.00
    Family Suite Ocean View
    (FS) Sleeps: 6
    $ 240.00 $ 195.00 $ 170.00 $ 365.00
    • Rates are in US dollars per night, single/double occupancy. Tax is included.
    • Child in room: 0-5 years free. 6-12 years $15/night.
    • Extra adult: $25/night.
    • 3 night minimum stay, subject to availability.
    • Rates subject to change without notice.

  • Area Resources

    Fun Activities Close By

    Vacation Resources

    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.