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Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Location

When you stay at Blue Sky Tulum in Tulum, you’ll be on the beach and convenient to LabnaHa Ecopark Adventures. This 4-star hotel is within the vicinity of Cenotes Sac Actun and Dos Ojos Cenote.

Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 9 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LED televisions. Rooms have private furnished balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with onsite massages or enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool. This Mediterranean hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and free self parking is available onsite.

How to Get There

Blue Sky Tulum
FRAC. TANKAH III No. MZA 3 LOTE 35
Tulum, 77760 Mexico

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 311 Reviews
Such an amazing and beautiful experience!
Reviewed 17 hours ago

It is impossible to pick just one thing that my boyfriend and I liked about our stay at Blue Sky Tulum. We enjoyed every second of it! From the second we arrived, Alexis and his colleagues were nothing but kind and helpful. They were so willing to help us to go anywhere and do everything we wanted! Getting cabs downtown, borrowing the kayaks or snorkel gear, or even just getting simple room service. The staff were some of the nicest people we had ever met! They worked extremely hard to make sure everyone felt welcomed. The food at Blue Sky Tulum is another thing we very much enjoyed. We ate almost every meal with either Viktor or Erik and let me tell you, the food is just as fantastic as the service! The amazing service didn't end there. My boyfriend and I had massages scheduled out on the dock at sunset and when the time came the weather was not ideal. It was windy and the dock was getting soaked. The massage therapists (Deanna and Mary) were so accommodating to move our massage beds into our room. It may have been because I was in such a beautiful place; but, that was the best massage I've ever had! We stayed in the Master Suite with a hammock, private pool, and a breathtaking view. The price was completely reasonable for all the amenities that are provided to the guests of Blue Sky. recommend that anyone who wants beautiful views and a nice relaxing stay in Mexico to stay at Blue Sky Tulum. We certainly will back again!

The real layers !!! overpriced hotel !!! The worst holiday in my life
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is only the real truth review
We are stay for 5 night in Blue Sky Tulum : here is some objective comments about this hotel:
1) Overpriced, this is max 2 stars hotel should coast not more than same ripe in Europe ( max 80 euro)
2) Poor breakfast ( cheap products) need to pay if you order second espresso or additional fruits
3) The bathroom is very small plus only one very small « wardrobe » inside the bathroom
4) They don’t have any ideas about service !!! The waiters are aggressive !!!
5) The beach is 2 times smaller than on photo plus they don’t clean the sea weeds it’s staying and smelling so bad !!!
6) Not possible to enter in sea ( corral)
7) The second peers is not from the hotel and if you unlikely go on it , they ask additional money
8) We didn’t have électrise and internet one full evening ( no excuse or explanation from hotel)
9 ) Taxi to Tulum 30 usd and retour for 40-50 dépend if you lucky !!! The most expensive taxi in the world taxi !!! World record 4 usd per km.

We payed 340 Usd for this and in last day they refused offer the possibility to take shower after 12am , they propose to take the cold shower on the beach

I’m a very active traveler,

Normally I don’t write any reviews!!!! We was so disappointed !!!!!

Regards, Irina ( living Geneva)

Great Hotel for a Relaxing Week
Reviewed 4 days ago

Booked this hotel because of the high reviews from others. We weren’t disappointed! A lovely small (25 room) hotel.

We had a sea view room which was perfect. Balcony with 2 chairs and hammock. Mini-bar stocked daily (free) with water, beer, coke cola and lemonade. Double waterfall shower and double basins. Bed was super king size and extremely comfortable.

Best thing was listening to the sea at night. There were sliding mesh screens so we could have the windows open at night with no fear of mosquitos!

Staff were very friendly and helpful. Food good. We had a breakfast included deal and the breakfast was excellent.

Hotel provided free to use masks/snorkel and kayaks. Plus a free guide to take you kayaking to the reef for a snorkel trip, run a couple of times a week.

We found a Cenote right across from the hotel...perfect for an afternoon’s distraction for a small cost. A couple of other small hotels within walking distance if you wanted to try a different bar/restaurant.

You would need a car if you wanted to visit local Tulum or Tulum Ruins (5-10 mins) or Coba Ruins (1 hr drive). We drove down from Cancun airport approx 1 hr 40mins (easy drive)

Room Tip
If you can, take an upgraded room to get sea view (rather than garden view). And if poss get a 2nd/3rd floor room rather than ground floor where you will have less privacy

Tulum=Paradise
Reviewed 5 days ago

Blue Sky is one of those place you accidentally stumble upon and wonder why it isn’t on everyone’s bucket list. Because it should be. Tulum, Blue Sky=Paradise The staff were all wonderful. From the waiters, housekeeping to the front desk. We couldn’t have asked for more personal, professional treatment.

Beautiful hotel, geniunely wonderful staff
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had an oceanfront/view room on the 2nd floor. A nice little balcony with a hammock and a view of Tankah Bay. You will want a car if you like to get out a lot. There's so much to do in the area. You can also cab it to downtown Tulum for <$20 each way.
The hotel is new and extremely well-maintained. The staff was the best part. Friendly without being obsequious, and genuinely caring about your having a great stay.
Our room had a large king bed, and a desk with chair. There were two comfy chairs and a hammock on the balcony. There were oceanfront rooms on the ground level, too. Reading reviews here, some people liked them because you could walk out of your room and practically be on the beach, but I would rather be where we were--up a level for more privacy. The oceanfront rooms on the lower level also had hammocks, and the patio was more spacious than the balcony, PLUS they had jacuzzis. For us, the second floor was best (there is also a third floor). The bathroom was wonderful. Nice walk-in shower with two shower heads and spacious vanity with two sinks.
Breakfast was included in the room rate. I thought it was very good, and served in a lovely dining space. I had yogurt and granola plus huevos rancheros each day and my wife had the eggs Mexicanos. Nothing fancy, but well prepared and good.
We ate most of our lunches and dinners in Tulum town. Many very good restaurants, and it was hard to spend more than $75 on a meal for two. In some restaurants, it was hard to spend more than $40. Our last meal was lunch at Honorio Taqueria, where we had about the best meal of the trip for about $15, including a generous tip. We didn't eat down in the beach hotel zone. I'm sure you could find a way to spend north of $100 for two down there, if that's your thing.
Back to the hotel, we're not really lie-around types on our vacations, but if that's what you like to do, the space is very well-appointed and beautiful. Two pools, plenty of lounge chairs, and a nice beach. As noted elsewhere on this site, the beach is rocky, so bring beach shoes, and seaweed is a small problem almost anywhere you go on the coast between Playa del Carmen and Tulum Beach.
We are an empty-nester couple. Most of the people at the hotel were also couples, but there were some families with kids under 10, and they seemed to be having a great time, too.
We would most certainly stay here again.