Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya is a tranquil oasis just moments from the sugary white sand that characterises the Riviera Maya coastline. This five-star beachfront resort occupies a secluded position, surrounded by lush vegetation around five miles south of Akumal Beach.
The resort's 349 rooms are spread across three blocks, with each block having its own pool with pool bar. Rooms offer views of either the tropical mangroves or the sparkling Caribbean Sea. Hot tubs on private balconies are the perfect places to soak up the paradise atmosphere.
There's an impressive 11 eateries and bars at Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya. Enjoy a buffet breakfast of American classics and international fare in the breakfast/brunch venue. The other restaurants offer al à carte menus with foods ranging from sushi, snacks and light bites, to Mexican, Japanese, and Greek cuisines. Soak up the resort's lively vibe by the pool with a tropical cocktail made at the open-air pool bar.
The luxury spa is one of the main jewels in Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya's crown. There's also a central main pool, fitness centre, kids' club, and a teen zone offering activities such as games, watersports, and pizza parties.
Things to do at Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya
A stay at Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya wouldn't be complete without a visit to the spa. It boasts 16 treatment rooms and offers relaxing services such as traditional Mayan massage and facilities that include a sauna, steam room, and cold plunge.
Also relax with a yoga class in the fitness centre, or take things up a notch with some high-intensity circuit training. And discover the full beauty of the ocean by trying watersports such as kayaking, snorkelling, and stand-up paddle boarding.
The area around the resort is full of wonderful natural sites. Explore vast cenotes, Mayan ruins, lush jungles, white-sand beaches, and lagoons. Also follow hiking trails through tropical landscapes. Other more tailored activities can also be arranged by personalised concierge and include learning to read the stars and meditation practices.
A 30-minute drive away is the town of Tulum with its boutique shops, eclectic eateries and wellness venues.
Please note: Guests staying at hotels in this region are required to pay a flat fee of $28.86 Mexican Pesos (approximately USD$1.39) per room per night as part of the states environmental tax.
Please note: All guests must pre-pay an additional tourist tax of approximately $10 US dollars. You can make this payment online or at kiosks located at the airport, where cash is accepted.