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What We Love

  • Nine restaurants and six bars to choose from
  • A 13,000-square-foot Dreams Spa
  • Private beachfront location
  • READ MORE: 72 Hours in Tulum

What To Know

  • Swim-up rooms are not as close to the beach and restaurants as those without direct pool access
  • Ground floor rooms can get some noise from the foot traffic across the resort
  • Garden view rooms tend to be quieter than pool view rooms


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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All-inclusive resort near the ancient Mayan city of Tulum, with nine restaurants, mega spa and a private beach

The Lowdown

Set amid 44 acres of gardens, this 432-room resort is full of the latest in modern creature comforts. Nine restaurants let guests feast on Mexican, Japanese, or French cuisine, to name just a third of the options. Then they can grab a drink at one of six bars, including a swim-up bar, sports bar, poolside bar, lounge, and even a spa bar. There are even nightly performances by the pool. But while the contemporary, man-made attractions of the resort are impressive, its natural wonders border on awe-inspiring, with two miles of white-sand beaches and coral reefs offshore.

In the Area

You don’t have to look too far to find the area’s main attraction: Dreams Tulum is named for the oceanfront ruins of the ancient Mayan city, Tulum. But why stop at the ruin in your own backyard? The hotel can arrange excursions to the pyramids of Chichén Itzá, which have been called one of the seven wonders of the world, or to swim in the sacred underground pools of the cenote route. And for excursions that blend the ancient local culture with modern adventures, guests head to Xel-Ha park to swim with dolphins; or to Xcaret archaeological theme park to play ancient Mayan ball games. And for those who can’t go for a week without golfing, Dream Tulum guests have free entrance to the Riviera Maya Golf Club.

How to Get There

Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa All Inclusive
Carretera Chetumal-Puerto Juarez km 234
Tulum, 77780 Mexico


Amazing place!

We stayed here for two nights. The rooms were very big and comfort. The staff were kind and very helpful. The food was only OK and it needs some improvement. In total we had a very good time and we recommend the place!

Beautiful location

As it is normal with any Dreams resort, this location is beautiful. Not only from the its layout, its gorgeous landscape, nice rooms, clean areas, and most important, all of its staff its amazing. You'll not be disappointed in any way. Its definitely a location that we will go back again.

Wet Mess

My family came to Dreams Tulum in hopes of relaxing end of summer family getaway, but we were sadly mistaken. As UVC members we expected more from Dreams Tulum. The room A/C did not work, the ceiling in the Preferred Club was leaving everywhere to the point that some of the ceiling was falling onto the floor. During one of the blackouts I fell down the wet stairs in our room injuring my wrist and back. Out of frustration we ended up leaving the resort early so that we could return to the US to take care of my injuries.