Hilton has raised the bar in the All-Inclusive world with their new Hilton Tulum.
This brand new resort has one of the most unique layouts that we have seen.
After a 90-minute (+/-) shuttle from the Cancun airport, you enter a jungle that opens up to a very unique resort layout.
Check out this Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya Resort Map. You have to see this place to believe it.
The Hilton Tulum checks all the boxes – stunning blue water, soft walk-able beaches, cenotes, local culture and a laid back lifestyle.
- 735 Rooms in a big U shaped bunch of buildings
- 13 restaurants and bars with dining options for the uber-fussy
- A full gym so you can buff up for your hottie
- 8 pools with 3 poolside swim-up bars
- Non-motorized water-sports include kayaks, paddle boards, and snorkeling
- 50k square foot Conference Center for corporate events
- Shopping – just a 20-minute drive to downtown Tulum
- A killer Spa with lots of pampering services
- The Enclave Club. An exclusive section away from the masses. Perfect for introverts and honeymooners
- You’re surrounded by ancient ruins and incredible history
Want to shank some balls?
- Golf is just 7 minutes away
Want to check out the Hilton Enclave Club Experience? You get:
- The nicest rooms in the resort
- Your personal concierge (aka Butler)
- You own exclusive area for food and cocktails
- A pool just for those in the Enclave
- If you’re planning a wedding or any event, the Hilton Enclave Club will give you a higher level of luxury and service
Looking for some adventure while staying in Tulum?
You’ll find there’s a lot to do if you like to explore off-property. and closer to some of these:
- You are in the middle of the historic and ecological areas of Tulum and Coba
- The Tulum Mayan ruins
- Chichén Itzá is an impressive Mayan archeological site and is one of the ‘New 7 Wonders of the World’
- Coba is a Mayan archeological site that is located deep in the jungle and boasts the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan Peninsula
- And, Xel-Ha for aquatic adventures in natural lagoons and caves where you’ll also learn about ancient Mayan culture
A unique historical tidbit…
The area around Tulum is full of coral reefs and rocks.
When sea-faring traders would arrive at Tulum to buy and sell goods, an experienced local Mayan fisherman would have to go out and navigate the boats through the obstacles to reach the shore.
Due to the danger, few tried to conquer the Mayans who were holed up in El Castillo, a fortified lookout built high over the surrounding cliffs. So much of the original construction is still in the same shape it was in the 12th Century.
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