A Few Days In

Tulum Essentials

by Juliana Jaoudi
Tulum,

Overview of Tulum. Photo by Spencer Watson / is the quiet, chic and intimate 14-room boutique hotel no one knows about. It stands alone on Soliman Bay and delivers on contemporary luxury while hinting at Tulum's roots (there's a Shiva in the entryway and indigenous limestone throughout). If you're with a group (up to ten), you can rent their standalone Villa Jasmine.
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is the best bet for full service with rustic, charming, and cool touches. It's beachfront and there's a pool as well as a good restaurant. Great for families, couples, and friends alike; they make everyone feel at home.

on Sian Ka'an nature reserve park has a hip-cool-urban vibe and doesn't allow children under 12, but it's no less charming than its neighbors. The vibe is very designy, Philippe Starck, I'm-here-to-be-seen-in-my-white-bikini.

is a tiny, beautiful, inexpensive complex of cabanas perched on cliffs either above or on the water. You'll feel at one with nature. There's no A/C, so be careful during the hottest summer months (July-August). There's no on-site restaurant, but it's on Tulum Beach, so dining options abound.

offers yoga retreats and a great and rigorous fitness program unfortunately called Bikini Bootcamp. Come with friends or totally come alone — if the goal is to eat well, exercise, and detox. A warning: The focus is more on the low-key vibe than on comfort. The cabanas are nice but not luxurious.

is another excellent yoga retreat with week-long packages. (Look for workshops with , the excellent LA-based teacher famous for his killer classes and celeb following.) Drop-ins are welcome for single classes.

is desert island rustic personified. Simple, chic beach cabanas start at $45/night. Shared bathrooms add to the hippie vibe, as does an eco commitment to only using wind and solar energy.

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