Tulum, Mexico

Muaré Tulum

Price per night from$312.39

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD312.39), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.


Weave a spell


La Veleta locale

A literal haven in La Veleta, Muaré Tulum has stayed true to the Riviera Maya town’s bohemian roots, with a neutrals-only palette, tropical foliage, oversize thatching, and weaving, lots of weaving. There’s a curving pool with a jungle backdrop, plus a plunge pool in every suite that’s temperature-controlled to your preference. Nearby, there are of course beaches to sunbathe on, cenotes to swim in and Mayan ruins to explore, but hurry back for self-improvement at the healing center, a dip in your choice of pool and Mexico-via-the-Med meals at the open-air restaurant.

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Photos Muaré Tulum facilities

Need to know




12pm. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £297.76 ($378), including tax at 21 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of $3.03 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Rates don’t usually include breakfast.


The middle-of-the-jungle setting unfortunately makes the hotel difficult to navigate for wheelchair users.

Please note

There are construction works happening near the hotel and noise may travel.

Hotel closed

Pets are welcome in certain rooms for US$40 a night.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, yoga. In rooms: Aloevida bath products, air-conditioning and espresso machine.

Our favourite rooms

The villas at Muaré Tulum are all similar in style, with the size of the room and garden increasing depending on which category you book – for the most indoor and outdoor space, go for a Deluxe Muaré Villa.


The hotel is set around a curving outdoor pool, which is open for swims from 7am until 10pm.


Sign up for treatments inspired by ancestral Mayan methods (or just a regular deep-tissue massage) at the spa.

Packing tips

You may not need shoes, but you will need breezy, billowing linens, woven items and zero primary colours.


In-room spa treatments can be organised on request. Daily yoga classes commence at a rather reasonable 9.30am.


Muaré Tulum is for guests aged 18 and over only.

Sustainability efforts

Muaré Tulum uses exclusively local providers for tours and transport, as well as food and drinks, and makes active efforts to reduce its energy consumption.

Food and Drink

Photos Muaré Tulum food and drink

Top Table

The low stone walls have sunlounger-shaped cushions making them more comfortable (and perfect for sundowners).

Dress Code

Bohemian rhapsody.

Hotel restaurant

Gaudea, which is illuminated by candle at night for extra romance, serves a Mexico meets the Mediterranean menu; dishes include whipped cheese with honey and pomegranate; crispy octopus with chipotle, corn and truffle butter; and baked fish with red sauce, refried beans and guacamole, along with ceviches and tiraditos. At breakfast, you can order a healthy series of smoothies, power shots and bowls consisting of shredded coconut, cacao nibs, fresh fruit and nut butters.

Hotel bar

Drinks are served at Gaudea’s bar all the way up to 10.30pm, with a signature citrus-y spritz made with orange, grapefruit and lemon that will have you gurning in a good way.

Last orders

Gaudea is open all day between 7am and 11pm.

Room service

Available from 8am until 10.30pm.


Photos Muaré Tulum location
Muaré Tulum
Colonia la Veleta entre Palenque y Avenida Kukulkan

Muaré Tulum is the La Veleta part of town, within easy reach of ruins, cenotes and beaches (i.e. everything you’re coming to Tulum for).


The international airport in Tulum is a 40-minute drive from the property. Hotel-arranged transfers are available on request for an additional charge.


If you’re on a Riviera road trip, there’s free parking at the hotel. Depending on the weather, the road leading to the hotel may become muddy; we recommend hiring a car or calling a cab if you plan to explore beyond the hotel.

Worth getting out of bed for

There are daily happenings at Muaré Tulum, including a wholesome way to start your day (yoga class in the open-air shala at 9.30am) and sound-healing. The La Veleta locale means a perfect position for heading to the bright white beaches, mighty Mayan ruins and cenotes for subterranean swims. Also nearby is the Sian Ka'an reserve, one of the most diverse places on the planet. And you can continue on your wellbeing journey at the Mystika Museum, where you’ll be fully immersed in all kinds of wondrous woo-woo.

Local restaurants

Anyone with an undying love for the humble burrito will enjoy a trip to Burrito Amor, where they can order as many rice-stuffed rolls of corn as they like. Fillings get a little more creative than plain old carnitas – vegan options include cactus and Mayan spinach. Norita is where to head for tapas such as yellowfin tartare with wasabi emulsion, burrata with figs and toffee (technically honey-butter ponzu) tuna. At Sanará Kitchen, either on the beach or in Tulum town, the food is pure, delicious and quite often plant-based.

Local bars

You’re never far from free-flowing mezcal margaritas in Tulum and Nana Rooftop in the centre of town is an excellent place to start.


Photos Muaré Tulum reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this jungle-shrouded hotel in Mexico and unpacked their swimwear and sticks of incense, a full account of their beachy break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Muaré Tulum…

Tulum hotels may have a strict bohemian moodboard to follow (hey, if it ain’t broke…) and Muaré has followed instructions to the letter: breezy, billowy fabrics, hanging, woven things, thatched roofs, a lush jungly backdrop and not a primary colour in sight. It also has a hearty embrace of spirituality and shamanism, with rooms named after moons and stars. Each suite has a heated plunge pool in its own garden, as well as an exclusively neutral palette. The hotel is arranged around a snaking pool that could basically be a lagoon. 

The boutique retreat is in the La Veleta part of town, close to everything a tourist could possibly want from a trip to Tulum (beaches, Mayan ruins, cenotes and laidback but brilliant restaurants and bars). Also theme parks, but let’s not talk about those. There’s yoga every morning in the open-air (and thatched, obviously) shala, a spa that would prefer to be known as a healing center and a restaurant overlooking the pool. We feel better just thinking about it.

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Price per night from $312.39