Acuario Tulum Hotel

Crucero Zona Arqueologica km 131, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 77780, Mexico | Hotel
Prices starting from $72.00

Travel Blogs from Tulum

Beach house, whale shark, Cenotes and margaritas!

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour


After an amazing few weeks in the UK visiting friends and family, and culminating in a brilliant wedding, with a bridesmaid's dress that still fitted, we were off again on Thomas World Tour Part 2 - 6 months to get from Mexico in Central America to Rio in Brazil, with no plan and nothing booked past the first week!

We got a cheeky upgrade on the plane on the way out (thanks BA!) due to a wet seat in economy, and our luck was ...


A travel blog entry by rkliskey


Hot hot hot - I think this might be a running theme.... In fact, its only going to get worse the further south I go.

I checked out of the hotel as soon as I could. I wanted to get to Tulum and visit the ruins with time to spare and hopefully beat the hordes of tourists as an added bonus,
I was picked up from the hotel by an awesome Taxi driver called Usiel, who offered to drive me all the way to Tulum for $100... We ...

Tequila Time

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol


... into many, and many beers turned into tequila. We left the hostel bar with a couple of their Canadian friends and headed into town. Spanish speaking people, whether from Spain or Latin America are by far the best people to party with. They are all so vibrant and they literally dance from after dinner until the bar chucks them out. The locals at the bar were awesome, a local artist persuaded the girls to be have face and ...

Tulum ... A Town of Three Parts

A travel blog entry by elainehayes


... beaches, 9 cenotes, 15 ruins, a football match and enough refried beans to last a lifetime! Everyone has been friendly and fortunately very patient with our poor Spanish.

And now amigos, having seen the whole Mexican Enchilada, it's time to return home so thanks for sticking with the blog, it's been great having you along!

Hasta la vista!


An Excellent Goodbye to Latin America

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... is more affordable. Reading our indecision, the manager of the hotel dropped the price of his cheapest room by 30 percent, so we decided to go ahead and stay on the beach. As we were settling into our mosquito den of a room, the power went out.

Turns out many of the cabanas in Tulum use solar panels to generate electricity. Tulum is known as the energy-efficient, art-loving hippie sister of the Yucatan family. And while I am a huge fan of the ...


This hotel, located on Crucero Zona Arqueologica km 131, Tulum, is near Gran Cenote, Community Tours Sian Ka'an, Punta Laguna Nature Reserve, and Cenote Crystal.
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