Motto by Hilton, a new lifestyle brand by Hilton, has opened its first hotel in Latin America in the beautiful city of Tulum, Mexico. The 115-room hotel is situated within the Hunab mixed-use lifestyle center and surrounded by a jungle with ancient ruins and pristine beaches.
Their eco-friendly featured design, authentic food and beverage offerings, retail shops, and jungle bar all come together to create an immersive and truly local experience for guests. Whether you’re looking to explore the surrounding ruins or simply relax on the beach, Motto by Hilton Tulum is the perfect place to call home during your next visit to Mexico’s Riviera Maya.
The hotel not only offers a variety of amenities to its guests, but they also have pet-friendly rooms. Meaning, your furry friends can come along for the funcation as well! In addition, because it’s conveniently located inside the resort-like community, Hunab Lifestyle Center, guests have access to an array of perks including close to a dozen restaurants, infinity pools, spas, rooftop gyms, etc. You’ll definitely be able to make use of your time here!
If you’re looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, Motto by Hilton Tulum is the perfect place to relax and recharge. So, mark your calendars and start planning your trip to this beautiful corner of the world.
Notable Landmarks Near Motto by Hilton
If you’re planning to go to Motto by Hilton in Tulum, you’ll want to check out some of the nearby landmarks. The place is full of scenic landmarks that are sure to make your experience memorable. Here are some of the notable ones.
The ancient Mayan ruins are a must-see even if you’re not a history buff. The hotel is conveniently located near some of the most famous ones. This is a great way to learn about the Mayan people and their culture. The trip to the ruins from the nearby town of Tulum only takes a few minutes by car, but other options include riding a bicycle or a touring bus.
Tulum Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Mexico, and it’s just a short drive from the hotel. The beach has clear turquoise waters and white sand that stretches on the Caribbean coast. It offers plenty of space for swimming, sunbathing, and playing games and includes many other establishments, such as restaurants, bars, and cafes. It’s the ultimate place to relax and soak up the sun.
If you’re feeling adventurous, take a trip to Gran Cenote, or as some call it, the “Big Cenote.” This large sinkhole was formed when an underground cavern collapsed. Google says it’s open from 8am-4:45pm but their website mentions a different time, so make sure to check before you go. It’s located in Tulum and is one of the main attractions there with an admission fee of $25 USD. There are no restaurants on site but plenty of food stalls right outside near the entrance.
Tulum Tower is a tall and luxurious tower that stands 118 feet high. It’s located in the nearby town of Tulum and is among the most popular landmarks in the area. It’s located on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea and is among the most popular tourist attractions in the town. The aero bar at the top is what makes the tower a lot more interesting. You can bring your friends and family to the top of the tower to enjoy your favorite food and drink while singing your hearts out.
Jungla Maya Native Park
Jungla Maya Native Park is an all-in-one destination if you’re seeking the ultimate outdoor activity. It’s located near the town but still takes pride in its natural, full-blown jungle. The place is home to various activities, including a high-speed zipline course, snorkel areas, and an educational tour throughout the jungle. If you’re off to stay at the Motto hotel, the Jungla Maya Native Park is a place that should definitely be added to your list.
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