Resort Details

Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa

Riviera Maya, Mexico

Just five minutes from Tulum, this hacienda-style resort provides Unlimited-Luxury® featuring two swimming pools – one with a children’s pool and swim-up bar – an Explorer’s Club for kids, a fullservice Dreams Spa by Pevonia, fully-equipped fitness center, eight gourmet dining options, a cafe and seven bars and lounges.

“This beautiful Spanish/Mexicanstyle resort delivers a vacation experience that’s second to none. Although it has lots of family friendly amenities, it also has a very romantic feel to it – not surprising given its wonderful secluded location on a stunning whitesand beach. Great service and lots of dining choices round out the picture.”

– Toni Bissett, Manager, Maritime Travel, West Vancouver, BC


This resort features 432 rooms in a series of three-storey buildings

Deluxe Garden View Room:

Air-conditioning, ceiling fan, 1 king or 2 double beds, full bathroom, hair dryer, iron & ironing board, coffee-maker, iPod docking station alarm clock, telephone, cable TV, in-room safe, mini-bar refreshed daily, balcony or terrace

What’s included:

Unlimited meals, snacks and top-shelf spirits, mini-bar refreshed daily, 24-hour room service, daily activities program, selected non-motorized water sports, ocean trampoline, fitness center, nightly entertainment, introductory scuba lesson in pool, complimentary greens fees at the a nearby golf club (some dates not available)

Little extras ($):

Scuba diving, Dreams Spa by Pevonia, beauty salon, boutique, tour desk, internet access ($)

Just for kids:

Explorer’s Club for kids (ages 3-12) with supervised activities and weekly camp out adventures, babysitting ($)

Good to know:

Dress code in effect at à la carte restaurants; wedding & honeymoon packages are available, on-site wedding chapel. Sip, Savour & See Dining Experience with select nearby Dreams and Now Resorts & Spas.

An Inside Look:

Don’t miss the opportunity to do a little exploring 0on your own — the Mayan ruins of Coba are easily accessible from Tulum, and if you venture a little further the beautiful colonial city of Valladolid is also worth a visit.