Planning an epic Tulum vacation? Start by checking out these incredible all-inclusive resorts in Tulum.
Picture yourself lounging by the pool with a cocktail in each hand, totally stuffed from a tasty lunch and already planning your next snack.
With all your food, drink (yes, alcohol too), and snacks included, you should totally treat yourself to an all-inclusive package.
Sound good? We thought so.
That’s why an all-inclusive vacation in Tulum is never a bad idea. But knowing which hotels in Tulum offer this can be tricky and, we’ll be honest, the center of Tulum itself is pretty lacking when it comes to all-inclusive resorts.
But have no fear, we’ve done the digging and compiled a guide to the best spots in and around Tulum. You’re welcome.
Best All-Inclusive Hotels in Tulum: At a Glance
|Best Hotels in Tulum – Top Picks||Hotel|
|Best Overall Hotel in Tulum||Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya|
|Best Hotel in Tulum for Adults-Only||Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa|
|Best Budget-Friendly Hotel in Tulum||Sunscape Akumal|
|Best Hotel in Tulum for Amenities||Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya|
Best All-Inclusive Hotels in Tulum
Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa
Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa is one of the most popular Tulum all-inclusive resorts – and for good reason.
Set amongst lush jungle with a beach moments away, you’re also nearby Tulum’s impressive Mayan ruins.
The Deluxe Adult Garden Double is the standout room here. Situated in an adults-only section of the resort, you’re guaranteed total peace and tranquility during your stay. A private balcony, luxurious bathroom (petal bath, anyone?), and spacious bedroom are just a couple of the stellar amenities available to you.
And, if that hasn’t left you feeling totally relaxed, the Dreams Spa offers serene jungle and beach cabins, a spa pantry for guests to create their own spa products and traditional Mayan spa ceremonies.
Add to that a wide selection of dining options, and this resort is a wonderful place to vacation in Tulum.
Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya
Next up: The delightful Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya. This vast resort is situated in the sleepy town of Chacalal, on the outer fringes of Tulum, and boasts plenty of space for those looking to spend a week (or two) in pure luxury.
We love the rooms – they might just be Tulum’s most aesthetically pleasing bedrooms (quite the feat since Tulum’s signature style is so beautiful). Think beech wood furniture paired with white linens, marble tabletops, and a couple of industrial features to keep you on your toes.
We might have saved it to our Pinterest board for future inspo. Ok, so we definitely did.
There are a whopping nine restaurants on-site, so there’s no need to go too far for a delicious meal. Choose between an all-day international buffet, a swish steakhouse, a classic Mexican spot, and plenty more that’s sure to tickle your fancy (and your tastebuds).
With Chemuyil Beach on your doorstep and an all-inclusive package available, you won’t need to lift a finger during your trip – unless, that is, to order another cocktail. In which case, go ahead (we’ll have a spicy margz please, and thank you).
When it comes to the best all-inclusive resorts in Tulum, Kore Tulum is one of our favorites.
The Luxury Suite is just that. Sheer luxe. Complete with a bathtub with jets, huge fluffy bed and epic sea views, you’ll adore staying at this beautiful Tulum hotel.
This hotel takes opulence to the next level: Guests can enjoy aromatherapy, massages and manicures at the onsite spa. Or spend the day lounging around the (huge) pool, complete with a swim up bar – because margaritas taste ten times better when you’re sat at a pool bar, right?
In terms of food, everything is included in the all-inclusive price. And, with two restaurants to choose between, you’re guaranteed a full belly at all times. The breakfast, in particular, is excellent.
All-Inclusive Hotels near Tulum
Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya – Adults Only
If facilities are important to you, Secrets Akumal Riviera Maya has got you covered. With a huge pool, beauty shop, fitness center, and sauna all on-site, you’re guaranteed an indulgent stay.
There’s even a nightclub inside this stunning hotel, just in case you fancy partying the night away in the tropical oasis that is Tulum.
Rooms are equally impressive, each boasting huge bathtubs, Jack and Jill sinks, and epic tropical views.
That said, all this comes at a price. It’s one of the most expensive all-inclusive resorts in Tulum, but if you’re celebrating your honeymoon or looking to stay somewhere particularly swish, it’s certainly worth every cent.
Sunscape Akumal Beach Resort & Spa
Dreaming of a wallet-friendly all-inclusive vacation in Tulum? We’ve found a gem of a hotel that offers some serious bargains throughout the year – it’s worth booking well in advance to secure the best rates.
Sunscape Akumal Beach Resort & Spa sits near a private beach, with brilliant watersports offerings (book these at reception throughout your trip) and spacious shared areas. An excellent option for families, huge suites are available and the Rex Dinoland play area is particularly popular with little ones.
A high-quality continental breakfast is available every morning at the property and, should you book the all-inclusive option, your snacks, drinks, and meals are all taken care of. All you need to worry about is which cocktail you’re going to sip next.
Bahia Principe Gran Akumal
Bahia Principe properties are known for dripping in decadence, and one of their best is the all-inclusive Tulum resort in Akumal.
Located a short drive from the center of Tulum, you’ve got all the benefits of staying near a town, with the addition of total serenity. And we can’t quite think of anything more luxurious than that.
Rooms are spacious and modern, and the resort is nestled on a private beach. There’s an impressive Cenote around the corner as well as a golf course, in case you fancy a round or two during your vacation.
The resort has an all-inclusive package option, though there are plenty of excellent restaurants and bars nearby if you wanted to venture out for some more local cuisine.
UNICO 20°87° Hotel Riviera Maya
It’s safe to say that the UNICO hotel screams indulgence. Mere steps from Kantenah Beach, each room comes with a seating area, coffee machine, and many boast balconies with epic sea views.
Rooms themselves are generous in size, decked out in the quintessential Tulum decor we all know and love – think rattan accessories and white linens.
The area is popular for those looking to snorkel in Tulum, and Xel Ha park is around 20 minutes away via car, so it makes a great base for those looking to take part in water sports.
Well, we say base, but we doubt you will ever want to leave the resort with the abundance of delicious food options available as part of your all-inclusive package. Oh, and the option to stay in an adults-only section of the resort only adds to the reasons we love this hotel.
Bahia Principe Sian Ka’an
Of course, the main pull of this park is that it’s situated in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, so it’s an excellent option for those looking to get up close and personal with Tulum’s natural side.
As well as this, the hotel features four pools (yes, really), a spa and fitness center, so you can really ensure you’ll leave well-rested. Well-fed too, as you’ve got the option to book an all-inclusive package which covers all meals, drinks, and snacks throughout your trip.
Rooms are as stylish as you would expect from a Bahia property, complete with jungle-filled terraces and swanky bathrooms.
Best All-Inclusive Hotels in Tulum: Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Best Area to Stay in Tulum?
This depends on what you’re looking for in a vacation. If you’re after a serene escape, we think the hotels in Akumal are great, but if you want to be in the heart of the action, stay in the Hotel Zone.
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Practical Tips to Consider Before Booking Your All-Inclusive Tulum Hotel
- Check with your hotel exactly what is included before you book. Some packages might include just three meals, but we recommend opting for one with all snacks and drinks included, too.
- Weigh up the cost-benefit. Sure, booking an all-inclusive package might seem ridiculously expensive at first, but it saves you spending hundreds (possibly thousands) of dollars on food, drink, and snacks during your trip.