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A Town of Romance: Tulum, and to Hold

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About Tulum

Tulum in Mexico is a bohemian beach paradise as called by Forbes. It is located in the Riviera Maya, just 72 miles from Cancun International Airport. Recently, this small town has become popular and has set the standard for dream beach destinations because of its fine sand, sparkling turquoise sea, and laid-back beach vibes.

Tulum was one of the last cities built by the Maya, who inhabited the area between the 13th and 15th centuries. The town managed to survive for about 70 years after the Spanish colonization as a small fishing village with a subdued town center. But now, Tulum has established itself as one of the world’s premier vacation spots. The well-preserved Mayan ruins overlook the Caribbean Sea’s clear waters, while its beachfront is filled with luxury boutique hotels and cozy resorts. Big parties and grand festivities may not fit with the town’s relaxed setting, but if you are looking for a cozy place just simply to unplug and unwind, Tulum is the perfect destination for romance.

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to Tulum

The Tulum weather is delightful throughout the year that temperatures don’t drop below 60 degrees Fahrenheit, even in winter. But similar to the other islands in the Caribbean, Tulum falls within the hurricane belt, and storms are expected between June and October.

The warmest months are in the summer, which is also the town’s peak season. The best time to visit Tulum is after the hurricane season, stretching from October to December. To enjoy the quietest season and avoid the summer downpours. The weather during this time is also the best because it is not so hot, perfect for all those lazy days on the beach.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Tulum? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in Tulum? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in The Bahamas

Hotel Ma’xanab

five star hotel rating

Hotel Ma´xanab sits within a 50-meter distance from South Tulum Beach. The luxurious accommodation in this 5-star hotel is all furnished with detailed Mexican decor, and every suite has its own private pool. Amenities include an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a Mexican restaurant by the beach. Hotel Ma’xanab is a few miles away from Parque Nacional Tulum and Tulum Archaeological Site.

La Valise

five star hotel rating

La Valise is one of the most picturesque beach hotels in Tulum. The 9-bedroom luxury hotel is nestled between a lush jungle and the white sand beach. Its beautiful rooms are filled with Mexican art and woodcrafts, offering stunning beachfront views. At the same time, its heated infinity pool overlooks the jungle on one end and has breathtaking views of the Caribbean ocean on the other side. Their rustic bungalows feature open-air showers, and terraces with jungle views, while the seafront rooms include private bathrooms and hammocks.

Una Vida

five star hotel rating

Located in the jungle side of Tulum, Una Vida offers some of the most spacious guest rooms and suites in Tulum. Besting out other properties in Riviera Maya, this property got the Best Hotel Design Award in 2017, taking inspiration from the beauty of nature. All rooms have private outdoor space and ensuite bathrooms, and some villas have outdoor showers and bathtubs. This tropical oasis is just a stroll away from Tulum town and about three miles from the white sand beaches.

Hotel Bardo

five star hotel rating

Hotel Bardo is a 5-star hotel located in Tulum’s city center, within a few miles of the Tulum Archaeological Site. Get your private jungle with loft-type villas that create a secluded hideaway experience, with decors made of local handmade arts. Biking around the area is a common way to explore the town, and guests can quickly go to the beach in 40 minutes or less or take a bus as the nearest bust station is just 1.2 miles from the hotel.

Kimpton Aluna Tulum

five star hotel rating

An IHG hotel, Kimpton Aluna Tulum is a bohemian-chic hotel embracing a balance between ancestry, present, and nature. Its design mixes Mayan and Mexican influences, creating a more relaxing atmosphere to rest and unwind. The hotel is close to the beach, and each of their room has private balconies and direct access to the outdoor pool. Its rooftop restaurant, Bhanu Sky Kitchen, offers a one-of-a-kind culinary experience where fire, coal, and mixology can make a magical night.

Jashita Hotel

five star hotel rating

Jashita Boutique Hotel is an exclusive sanctuary situated along the white sands of Soliman Bay, with two hectares of beachfront surrounded by unspoiled nature. With only 30 luxurious suites, Jashita offers all its guests the utmost privacy and exclusivity. Its beachfront restaurant, Pandano, prepares dishes from locally grown ingredients like its Mayan spiced prawns and homemade pasta with freshly caught Caribbean lobsters. The hotel also offers beachfront yoga sessions, snorkeling, or scuba diving with a personal instructor.

The Most Romantic Restaurants in Tulum

Dining out in Tulum is like traveling back through time when almost everything was locally caught or produced. Most restaurants in town offer something fresh, and the dishes are always full of flavor. Though some are still traditionally operating like the taquerias, some establishments have evolved, catering fine-dining tasting menus and gastronomical experiences while still highlighting the best of Yucatan cuisine.

Verdant

Chef Benjamin Coe created this zero-waste, environmentally conscious dining destination in Tulum that pays homage to pre-Hispanic cooking methods. Tasting menus change regularly, but Verdant makes sure every bite will be a flavor explosion. Options might include their fresh Caribbean prawns poached in seawater or the local grouper with nixtamalized tomatoes. The vegetarian menu includes dishes like coal-roasted Bacalar cabbage in a spicy Trinidadian curry made from herbs and vegetables grown in the rooftop garden. However, make sure to make reservations as Verdant tend to get busy, especially in summer.

Restaurant Mi Amor

Mi Amor knows the formula to a memorable romantic dinner for two — even the name of this cozy restaurant spells romance. Sitting on big paved rocks, Chef Paul Bentley’s Mediterreanean a la Mexicana restaurant overlooks a beautiful ocean view. The dishes are as impressive as their setting, and dishes like their fresh shrimp tagliatelle, tacos, and juicy burgers are great options for lunch. Mi Amor brings braised, tender octopus over squid ink garganelli, tuna Crudo, and a thick New York steak paired with an excellent gin and tonic menu for date nights.

Arca

Arca is the flagship restaurant of Chef Jose Luis Hinostroza, whose career blossomed with award-winning restaurants like Alinea, El Celler de Can Roca, De Kromme Watergang, and Noma. His campsite kitchen and the picnic atmosphere of the interiors make Arca a top dining destination on Tulum’s beachfront road. Its seasonal tasting menu elevates the flavors of its ingredients, like chef Hinostroza’s grilled octopus in recado negro marinade, which has become part of the Tulum canon.

Bak by Harry’s

Grupo Anderson’s luxury steakhouse and raw bar proudly source fresh seafood from Alaska and steaks from the US, Australia, and Japan. Bak serves premium cut steaks like the Kobe rib-eye from Hyogo Prefecture and corn-fed tomahawk from the American Midwest braised in intense smoke from the restaurant’s Josper coal oven. And as a homage to the Mayan and Tuum community, they also serve the most exotic products under the sea waters, including crab legs from Alaska and Caribbean lobster tails.

Nu Tulum

Namron Hospitality Group opened the upscale restaurant Nu in 2018 with Mexican Chef Cesar Castañeda at the helm. Fusing Mayan heritage with modern Mexican cooking, Nu offers a sophisticated tasting menu in a romantic, candlelit setting shrouded in greenery with music lightly playing. Appetizers may include Nu’s smooth Guacamole with tiny bits of Octopus served alongside Vegan Ceviche, while the mains might have the chiles stuffed with Pork that is meant to be eaten as Tacos.

Antojitos de Chiapaneca

It may not be as fancy as the beachfront restaurants, but one of the most highly-regarded taquerias in Tulum is Antojitos de Chiapaneca. It specializes in Yucatán-style tacos de al pastor and antojitos like panuchos (bean and meat-filled tortillas) and salbutes, a slightly puffed fried tortilla topped with chicken in recaudo rojo and vegetables. Tourists and locals alike could not just get enough of this taqueria, serving vegetarian options.

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Romantic things to do in Tulum

Discover the Underworld by Snorkeling in a Cenote

Tulum may be very laid back, but you can still go for an adventure by exploring its cenotes or underwater sinkholes. You can’t visit Tulum without swimming in one. Cenotes are natural underwater caves that are only found in the Yucatan region. There are actually over 6,000 cenotes in the area. While some are yet to be discovered, some are easily accessible within Tulum. Once revered as sacred by the ancient Mayans, these cenotes attract divers, swimmers and adventurers year-round.

Visit and explore the Tulum Ruins

What makes Tulum unique is the presence of these 13th-century Mayan archaeological ruins. They may not be Mexico’s most prominent, but their beachfront location makes them a truly wondrous sight. These are the only seaside Mayan Ruins ever to exist, and the magical energy of this old place has been attracting tourists for decades. Castillo, or the clifftop watchtower, is a remnant from when the area was used as a port but is now one of the country’s most photographed sites.

Enjoy Tulum’s Nightlife and Barhop through Town

If you are looking for a place to find peace and unplug, Tulum’s beach zone will offer the most serene and calm atmosphere. But if in case you miss the party scene, there are plentiful and include excellent beach parties and live music joints in Tulum Pueblo or the town proper. This area sits right on the highway from Cancun and Playa del Carmen and heading south to the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve. This area is where you can also find cheap eats and affordable bars and clubs. In addition, you can find Calle Centauro, a unique enclave of restaurants and bars right off the main strip.

Stretch out and De-stress in the Country’s Yoga Capital

Meditating is a considerable part of any yoga routine, and what better place to practice this craft than in the most relaxing destination in Mexico. Tulum is the country’s top yoga destination and boasts many spiritual retreat centers, wellness spas, and yoga studios. Famous yoga studios are offering programs for serious practitioners, and if you are not as experienced, sign up for a class and follow the lead of a coach. Soon you’ll find yourself in tropical nirvana.

Indulge in a Full Spa Treatment

As Tulum is a haven of relaxation, you might want to cap your romantic retreat with a complete spa treatment, so when you go back to the hustle and bustle of the city, you will feel recharged more than ever. Holistic massages are one of many treatments popular in Tulum. The spa and wellness centers here offer other treatments such as massages, reiki, or hot stone therapy, but the Mayan practice of steam baths is getting ever more known among travelers. Many hotels and spas in Tulum are reviving the healing steam ceremonies performed in an igloo-shaped structure called a “temazcal” that is believed to cleanse the body and the soul.

Wander Around Tulum on a Bike

Tulum is just a small town and since has quite a unique layout. Most hotels and bars are clustered along the shoreline, and if you are planning to wander around the area, it’ll be a great idea just to rent a bike so you can get around quickly without relying on taxis. Tulum is a very bike-friendly town, and you will surely enjoy exploring its natural wonders on two wheels.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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