Ah, Tulum. Pearl of Yucatan, eye catcher of the Riviera Maya. The spectacular coastline surrounding the town of Tulum, including the famous Maya temple ruins, make this destination one of Mexico’s top beaches. But there is much more than sun, sand, sea and history. While the town of Tulum itself might not be that appealing, the coastline, with its numerous hotels, beach bars, restaurants and lounge clubs, is a magical place. Is it the great seafood, the tranquil atmosphere, or the Maya-magic? We’ll let you decide, but one thing is sure: Tulum is a hard place to leave. And so is one of its top hotels, Coral Tulum.
Coral Tulum is a marvellously located boutique hotel, only a few steps away from the ocean. The nearest airport is the Cancun international airport, which is located about one and a half hour drive away from the hotel. Coral Tulum is a Ana y Jose property and fits into the brand’s philosophy of unique and exclusive places to stay, in total harmony with nature. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful coral reefs, forests, and tranquil beaches. The reception offers bikes for rent to explore the beautiful region.
Cosy and romantic Coral Tulum hotel soaks up its surrounding atmosphere. Light, dreamy colours such as turquoise and beige are complemented with lots of wood and natural elements. The ensemble creates a relaxing atmosphere and invites to enjoy the best of what the Mexican coast has to offer. The design is minimalistic yet very warm, combining nature, design, and comfort. All of the rooms are decorated with the finest local materials.
Coral Tulum boast 20 romantic, spacious suites. Each and every one of them has a private plunge pool, relaxing bamboo hammock chairs, air-conditioning, and large bed- and bathrooms. Guests have the choice between the Deluxe Ocean Front Suites, Superior Ocean View Suites, or Garden View Suites. State of the art amenities such as Nespresso machines and free Wi-Fi are available in all rooms. Quality is the philosophy here and prevails over trendiness or modernism.
Tulum is slowly but certainly becoming one of the Riviera Maya’s top gourmet destinations. The Noma pop-up from renowned chef René Redzepi surely has its share in that evolution, but several other places do so as well. Coral Tulum’s restaurant, Cilantro’s, is one of them. This breezy beach-side restaurant serves a Mexican-Peruvian fusion cuisine for lunch and dinner and an a la carte breakfast, too. Make sure to try their delicious ceviche!
For those lazy beach days, Coral Tulum features private seaside cabanas and those are best enjoyed with a superb Mezcal cocktail from the hotel bar. For even more relaxation, head to the hotel’s spa for a massage or another great treatment.
Coral Tulum, an Ana y Jose Hotel, is one of Tulum’s best beach hotels for discerning travellers looking for comfort and relaxation. This place defines its own definition of paradise: whether that is enjoying a signature cocktail in one of the seaside cabanas, relaxing in your own private pool, or indulging in the hotel’s private spa. One thing is sure: relaxation is guaranteed for body, mind, and soul. .
Coral Tulum Hotel
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Written by Sven