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T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico
Amansala is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

1. Amansala

8.0
Boca Paila km 5.5, Tulum, Quintana Roo
Bed and breakfast · 11 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A fitness-focused spot famous for its Bikini Boot Camp. There are no locks on the doors—only latches on the inside—but the resident Labradors know who’s staying here and who doesn’t belong.

Hartwood is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

2. Hartwood

7.9
Tulum Beach Road (Jungle Side), Tulum, Quintana Roo
Ristorante americano · 138 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: The sound track is 1970’s rock, the waiter wears a T-shirt that reads SLACKER, and the chef–co-owner Eric Werner is a bearded Brooklyn transplant. Try the smoky wood-fired pork.

Mateos is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

3. Mateos

7.6
Km algo (Carretera boca paila), Tulum, Quintana Roo
Ristorante messicano · 147 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Owned by the brother of Amansala’s owner, it’s a good spot for breakfast on the touristy northern end of the beach: order the huevos divorciados (eggs with salsa roja and salsa verde).

Mixik is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

4. Mixik

Negozio d'arte e artigianato · 1 consiglio

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A Mexican handicrafts store where we stumbled upon a stash of local lobby cards for 1970’s movies at 50 pesos (around $4) each.

Be Tulum is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

5. Be Tulum

9.2
Carretera Tulum Boca Paila km.10 (Beach), Tulum, QROO
Hotel · 43 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: At the swankest hotel in town, the Argentinean-style rooms have limestone walls, freestanding tubs, and air-conditioning—not to mention "holistic card readings."

Jaguar's Discotheque is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

6. Jaguar's Discotheque

6.0
Plaza Mexicana (Barceló Maya Colonial), X-Puhá, Quintana Roo
Discoteca · 15 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Euro-house lounge music provides a mellow backdrop for conversation and cocktails that combine mezcal with hibiscus, cinnamon, and orange.

Ahau Tulum is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

7. Ahau Tulum

8.8
Carr. Tulum a Boca Paila Km. 7.5, Tulum, Quintana Roo
Club vacanze · 28 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A new 20-room resort opened by a former New York club promoter. Splurge on the two-story villa suite, with a sleeping loft made from reclaimed timber and a massive hand-painted Asian lantern.

Los Aguachiles is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

8. Los Aguachiles

8.4
Av 25 & Calle 34 (25 Ave.), Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
Ristorante di pesce · 355 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A recent arrival from Cancún. Recommended: los figurines (lettuce wraps with fresh seafood) and aguachidos, an extra-spicy ceviche with cucumber, pickled red onion, purple cabbage, and habanero salsa.

Coqui Coqui is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

9. Coqui Coqui

Quintana Roo, Tulum, Quintana Roo
Hotel · 17 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: A rough-hewn limestone beach house converted into an intimate inn, this hotel established a fashion beachhead in the style-centric section of town—Jade Jagger and Sienna Miller are regulars.

Zona Arqueológica de Tulum is one of T+L's Guide to Stylish Tulum, Mexico.

10. Zona Arqueológica de Tulum

9.1
Carretera Cancún-Chetumal 387 (Camino a Tulum), Tulum, Quintana Roo
Sito storico · 682 consigli e recensioni

Travel + LeisureTravel + Leisure: Take in the carefully restored relics of a civilization that thrived in the 13th–15th centuries. The reconstructed temples are jaw-dropping—even from the distance imposed by the ropes that guard them.