Nerea Tulum, the Perfect Spot for an Unforgettable Vacation
Get away to Tulum and spend a few memorable days. Take care of yourself physically and mentally and enjoy being in paradise.
Nestled in Tankah bay, this boutique hotel welcomes you for an unparalleled holistic stay.
In Nerea, Water Is a Healing Tool
This cozy hotel seeks to welcome its guests into a state of harmony. In every corner and each of the activities here you can feel yourself changing as you let the peacefulness flow into and around you. Come have an experience of renewal and transform your senses.
Spa Kiin-Uh, Following the Rhythm of the Waves in Nerea Tulum
In addition to riding bicycles, you can also paddle a kayak across the bay and get a charge of energy.
Moreover, the open-air spa will leave not only your body relaxed, but also your heart. The rhythmic sound of the waves will lull you into peace.
Amenities in Nerea Tulum
The boutique hotel features 22 rooms decorated in calming neutral tones to enhance your comfort and relaxation. They all form the perfect backdrop for drinking in the stunning scenery.
Each room offers:
- 55” TV
- Nespresso Coffee
- Private plunge pool (some rooms)
- Room Service
- Hair Dryer
Plan an unforgettable getaway; book here!
Choose When You Want to Visit Tulum
January and February
At the beginning of the year, the temperature is cool at night, and usually dips down to 59 °F. However, it can reach up to 86 °F during the day.
December to April
Temperatures during these months are very pleasant. The weather ranges from warm to humid, and it is very sunny with warm, moderate wind.
In contrast with April, July has the highest temperatures as well as tropical rainstorms.
June to October
As is common, the average temperature during this time is 86 °F. However, it sometimes hits 104 °F. Plus, you can enjoy sunlight from 5 AM to 8 PM.
- Visit the beaches: We recommend starting with the beach that stretches to the edges of the ruins. To get there, you will have to pay the archeological site’s entrance fee. Other options include Akumal, Xcacel, and Bahía Príncipe, which also protects sea turtles.
- Tour the archeological zone: The main structure is El Castillo, which has a temple on top. Its front shows three entrances decorated with deities, columns of snakes and zoomorphic masks.
- Wander around town: It is worth taking an afternoon to stroll the quiet streets and chat with locals. Enjoy the rural, free-spirited ambiance, and take time to visit the supermarkets and handicraft shops.
Get away to Tulum! Do it for your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.