Tulum has an incredibly beautiful coastline with cobalt blue waters, white sandy beaches, and some of the most chill vibes in the Mexican Caribbean. Now that many restrictions are lifting and travel is ramping back up after the last year or so of Covid shutdowns, what better way to let go of some of the stress and uncertainty brought on by the pandemic then taking a couple nice deep breaths, ocean side with your favorite tropical drink in hand – without breaking the bank! Here are 5 budget friendly hotels in Tulum for you and your travel buds to check out.
Diamante K belongs to the Tulum National Park and is located less than 3 kilometers from the ruins, situated in the middle of the jungle. With a romantic yet rustic and bohemian style – Diamante K is well loved by travelers. On site you have a beach, a bar, yoga classes available, wifi, free parking, sun loungers and basically everything you need to relax. There are also 19 restaurants under 1 km walking distance, making it very accessible!
Address: Carretera Boca Paila Tulum Ruinas, Km 2.5, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Price Range: USD $100- $333 (Based on average rates for a standard room.)
Piedra Escondida is a small enchanting hotel located on a stunningly secluded beach in Tulum with breathtaking views of the Caribbean sea. There are only 9 rooms in this quaint hotel, each decorated with local handicrafts with your own private sitting area and hammock! Piedra is dedicated to living in harmony with the surrounding environment so they are powered by wind and solar – don’t worry though, recent upgrades have made air conditioning available during some evening hours. They have a cozy restaurant in house or you can dine at one of the 20 restaurants that are located under 1 km away.
Address: Carretera Tulum Ruinas, Av. Boca Paila Km 3.5, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Price Range: USD$130- $290 (Based on average rates for a standard room.)
El Pez a Colibri Boutique Hotel
Rated in the top 10 hotels in Tulum according to Trip Advisor, El Pez feels more like a private villa on the beach than a hotel. It has all the amenities of a small boutique hotel and it’s situated at the romantic and picturesque – Turtle cove! Where Mayan fisherman and pelicans create stunning views to witness from around the hotel grounds, including your private balcony. The hotel features six luxury cabanas, four seafront king rooms and two sea view king rooms, suitable for couples, families and solo travelers. 33 restaurants under 1 km away as well as shopping at Aldea Luum.
Address: QROO 15, Tulum Beach, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Price Range: USD$200- $540(Based on average rates for a standard room.)
Hip Hotel Tulum
Hip Hotel Tulum has a 4.4 star rating on google, 22 rooms and all the basics that you need in order to kick back and enjoy the crystalline waters and pristine Caribbean beaches! Their highly trained beach bar staff are known for going above and beyond with making your experience safe and memorable. If you’re looking to venture out while you’re here, It is only a 2 minute walk to Mulata Tulum, a popular bar where you can enjoy imported cigars, fine spirits and possibly even some sophisticated jazz music and under a 10 minute walk to over 30 places to eat!
Address: Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila KM 8, Tulum Beach, Zona Hotelera, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Price Range: USD$200-$460(Based on average rates for a standard room.)
Casa Don Diego Tulum
Casa Don Diego is located at the south end of Tulum, offering guests an jungle airbnb style feel. With only 6 large rooms on site, Casa Don Diego is far from your typical Tulum accommodations. It’s very family friendly and even has a kids pool,diving board and air conditioning! It has 36 restaurants within a 10 minute walk and even has a little community kitchen on site if you feel the call to cook for yourself!
Address: Calle Tulum Mza 24 Lote 3, 77780 Tulum, Q.R., Mexico
Price Range: USD$70- $132(Based on average rates for a standard room.)
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