7 Extraordinary Tulum All-Inclusive Resorts (2024)

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By Ashley Rossi | Updated on April 11, 2024


Tulum is home to various beaches, from crowded stretches of sand near Maya ruins to calm coves ideal for taking a dip. There’s also fantastic cave and cavern diving, magical cenotes, and various lodgings and restaurants to fit every budget. Tulum’s all-inclusive resorts allow you to enjoy resort facilities and amenities while you experience all that Tulum has to offer.

When you stay at one of Tulum’s all-inclusive resorts, you can relax and enjoy your vacation without worrying about the cost during your trip. Read on to learn more about the best all-inclusive resorts in Tulum.

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Bahia Principe Luxury Akumal

Bahia Principe Luxury Akumal, one of Tulum's all-inclusive resorts.

An authentic Caribbean experience can be had at this five-star resort near the water. This Bahia Principe location is the perfect destination for vacationers who like to wake up on the beach.

This all-inclusive resort in Tulum is perfect for those searching for peace and quiet. There’s a canopy bed, a hydromassage tub, and a pillow menu to choose from in each of the rooms. Visitors of this five-star resort can use a wide range of facilities and services and the tranquility of the surrounding residential mansions and golf course.

There are a total of 758 guestrooms at the resort, as well as three swimming pools, seven restaurants, and eight bars. Other amenities include free WiFi, a spa, a children’s water park, and direct beach access.

Guests who plan to travel with children can take advantage of several childcare and entertainment options. There’s a water park, a Mini-Club for kids aged 4 to 11 years old, and babysitting services.

To relax and rejuvenate, guests can spend the day in the spa at the resort. You won’t have to leave to eat or drink as the resort offers a variety of on-site options, including an authentic Brazilian restaurant, Gran Tortuga. The buffet at YUM is also a great option.

In addition, those eager for uninterrupted action can visit the resort’s casino and play exciting table games. Furthermore, the river and lake-themed pools are great for a refreshing swim. 


Kore Tulum Retreat and Spa Resort

Kore Tulum, catering exclusively to adults, is regarded as one of the top all-inclusive resorts in Tulum for couples wishing to experience relaxation. It’s located in Tulum’s Jaguar National Park, with a prime Caribbean setting.

Since the resort’s 91 rooms look out onto the garden and the ocean, no room has an unappealing vantage point. Each suite has a queen or king-sized bed, comfortable mattress, and premium linens. In addition, there are bikes to use if you want to get outside of the resort to see the nearby archaeological site.

There’s an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, on-site cenote, and a sauna in the full-service spa. The resort also provides temazcal, a traditional spiritual healing practice, for larger parties. Other amenities include yoga classes, Aquavolley, beachside hammocks, a business center, and a fitness facility.

Located overlooking the pool, Nirvana serves breakfast (a la carte or buffet, depending on the day of the week), lunch, and dinner. Diners at the Shangri-La will experience an array of international flavors. Guests lounging by the infinity pool have access to the pool bar, and inside, the Gallery Lounge serves coffee, snacks, and cocktails. Plus, there’s a creperie serving sweet and savory versions until 10:30 p.m.

When you stay at Kore, you may choose from a variety of romance packages, one of which includes a seaside private dinner. Kore Tulum’s relaxed and passionate ambiance makes it an ideal resort for honeymooning couples.


Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa

Dreams Tulum Resort Spa, one of the best all inclusive resorts in Tulum.

Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, with its expansive stretch of beach and surrounding jungle, is a top pick for families and couples looking for an all-inclusive vacation in Tulum. The suites and rooms at this award-winning resort have whirlpool spas and terrace hammocks. For couples honeymooning, there’s also an adults-only section of the resort.

Dreams Tulum Hotel & Spa guests can choose from various dining and drinking options. There’s a café, six a la carte restaurants, and a buffet. Bordeaux (adults-only) serves fine French cuisine, while the nearby Coco Café is perfect for a quick bite and a cup of gourmet coffee. Gourmet Italian dining is available at Portofino, while innovative Pan-Asian dishes may be found at Himitsu.

Activities at the resort range from tennis clinics to beach volleyball games to beachside movies to themed banquets. The resort also has a kid’s water park with two large buckets and several water slides. If you’re traveling with kids, Dreams also runs an Explorer’s Club with supervised activities for younger guests and a Core Zone Teens Club.

The resort’s multi-cabin spa, which has services like hydrotherapy and a couple’s treatment room, complements the resort’s high-end hospitality.

In addition, there are opportunities for deep-sea fishing, cooking classes, and other excursions off-property. The underwater caverns of Dos Ojos are located about 8 miles from Dreams Tulum Resort and there are also Maya ruins and the Xel-Ha Natural Aquapark nearby.


Maya Tulum By G Hotels

Maya Tulum By G Hotels, one of the best all inclusive resorts in Tulum.

Maya Tulum, one of Tulum’s all-inclusive resorts, offers guests a haven in the heart of Tulum. The resort offers 12 different suite options including villas and oceanfront rooms, some with their own private pool.

The resort’s indoor-outdoor design allows guests to make the most of the surrounding natural beauty and modern amenities to fully immerse themselves in the outdoor-centric lifestyle, perfect for extended stays and individualized service.

The resort’s spa features several rejuvenating services based on ancient Maya traditions, such as Maya honey massages and traditional Maya clay massages, as well as standard services like massages, facials, exfoliants, and hot stone therapy. Moreover, there’s a meditation labyrinth and a yoga studio with a temazcal sweat house for rituals. The resort offers Hatha yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Iyengar yoga, and even stand-up paddleboard yoga classes multiple times per week.

The beachside restaurant at Maya Tulum Resort has breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and its kitchen is set up to provide a one-of-a-kind dining experience with Mexican products. There’s also a rooftop sunset bar serving cocktails, a beach club, and a deli gastro bar.


Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Resort & Spa

Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya Hotel Spa, one of the best all inclusive resorts in Tulum.

Grand Sirenis’s atmosphere and modern Aztec style will make you and your travel companions feel at home. Unsurprisingly, this resort ranks among Tulum’s finest all-inclusive resorts.

There are two hotel areas, and the beach stretches for more than 2 miles. In addition to the 955 rooms, there are 16 bars (including two pool bars), a coffee shop, eight thematic restaurants, two buffet restaurants, a disco, a theater, a spa, a mini grocery, shops, a medical center, a lazy river, and three pools (one is separate for children).

All rooms are Deluxe Junior Suites and have luxury bathrooms with a whirlpool tub. Other in-room amenities include a minibar, coffee maker, ceiling fan, microwave, WiFi, desk, hair dryer, iron, TV, bathrobe, and slippers.

The staff is highly welcoming and knowledgeable to help with both on-site and off-site activities. There’s a kid’s club for children aged 4 to 12 as well as a gym, pickleball courts, a tennis court, a dive center, and other sports courts to keep everyone entertained.


Barcelo Maya Riviera

Barcelo Maya Riviera

Barcelo Maya Riviera is where you’ll find the luxurious experience you’re searching for. This property is 20 minutes north of Tulum, and one of Mexico‘s finest adults-only resorts. All Barcelo Maya Riviera hotel rooms feature a terrace and hot tub, while upgraded suites provide guests with ocean views and private pools.

Dine at one of the five on-site restaurants ranging from buffet-style to international cuisine, or hang out at the pool bar (it’s the largest infinity pool in Riviera Maya, by the way) which has live music and a DJ. If there’s something else you’re looking for, guests also have access to the other properties within the Barceló Maya Grand Resort: Barceló Maya Palace, Barceló Maya Caribe, Barceló Maya Colonial, Barceló Maya Tropical, and Barceló Maya Beach.


Catalonia Royal Tulum

Catalonia Royal Tulum

Xpu-Ha, one of the most stunning beaches in Riviera Maya, is the backdrop to the Catalonia Royal Tulum, an adults-only resort. This one-of-a-kind setting will take your breath away, what with its tropical rainforest and mangrove forest surroundings, cenotes, and oceanfront views.

This hotel is a quieter option compared to some of the other all-inclusive resorts along the Riviera Maya. It’s peaceful here because there isn’t much in the surrounding area, and that’s a big draw for many tourists. You can reach the resort from Cancun International Airport in 70 minutes, from the heart of Playa del Carmen in 20 minutes, and from the Tulum ruins in 30 minutes. As a result, visitors who wish to sightsee will require either a car or tour service (which the hotel can help arrange).

However, you don’t need to leave this all-inclusive resort to enjoy Tulum. There’s a large pool, a Jacuzzi, sports and water activities, a disco, an outdoor theatre, a spa, live performances, four bars, and six restaurants offering a variety of cuisine from a buffet and poolside snacks to tapas and charcoal meats.

Rooms are spacious with a private balcony or terrace that looks out over the garden or the ocean from each room.


Final Thoughts

Tulum is a wonderland where you may spend your days exploring Maya ruins, kayaking through mysterious mangroves, and swimming in underground caves known as cenotes. Tulum is a friendly place for everyone, whether you’re a beach bum searching for the perfect quiet spot or an adventure seeker looking to decompress after a day in the jungle.

If you want to relax and explore in a stunning location, consider booking a stay at an all-inclusive resort in Tulum.


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