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We have a range of budget places to stay in Tulum from as low as £7 per night
Based on previous Tulum accommodation searches, the average starting price is £53
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tulum is £53 per night.
Calle Polar con Avenida Coba (atras de OXXO)Outstanding 95%
macvdb It's a nice place, very clean and well kept, with lovely staff who will help you with anything you may need... It is just across a huge supermarket which is pretty handy, and there are some restaurants and a coffee shop close by. From the ADO bus station it is a really simple walk which takes about 15/20 minutes. To the beach it's about an hours walk though, but you can rent bikes closeby for about 80 pesos/day or get a cab (to the beach) for 70. Cold and hot purified water is available and you can even make yourself some tea or coffee. The shower is pretty good and the beds pretty comfortable. All in all a nice and relaxing place to stay :)
Carretera Federal cancun Chetumal Frente entrada de las Ruinas TulumExcellent 90%
marf28 I really felt at home here, breakfast was a treat to wake up too and having a bike made it super easy getting to the beach, town, and some near by Cenotes. The only problem I found was it is pretty loud because you right on the highway but ear plugs came in very handy and after that I had no issues. The family is really wonderful and helpful in pointing out near by attractions and I would not hesitate staying there again.
Carretera Cancun-Tulum Bocapalia Km 7Excellent 90%
Calle Orion s-n Entre Venus y Sol OrienteExcellent 91%
tobydixon Moma's Home is the best kept secret in Tulum. The staff is genuinely friendly and very helpful. Fanny is a great Manager and the tour guide Estaban will take you to the coolest places in Tulum for the best price. Everyone at Mama's Home make my trip that much better. If you can stay in the top first toom (it's the best) the other rooms are ok but for the money it's still can't be beat-toby
Kulkulcan NorteExcellent 90%
Carretera Chetumal-Puerto Juarez km 234Excellent 90%
Calle Sagitario pte. Esq. con Alfa Norte, Tulum Quintana RooAwesome 89%
eliska.chl I've stayed with my boyfriend in this hotel in March 2011 for 10 nights. The hotel is located in the centre of really nice town Tulum and it's only five minutes from main bus station. Hotel has beatiful garden and its own restaurant with bar where you get tasteful food and drink from breakfast to dinner. And the hotel has his own bakery! Like a speciality you must also try drink with tequilla called "mayan sacrifice". Rooms are quite big with good equipment - air conditioning, TV, king size bed, bathroom...distance to the beach is about 5km (but you can go by taxi or by bike). The staff of hotel is really nice! Everybody is very friendly even if you don't speak spanish. They are really good friends! And there are very cute cats. I recommend this hotel to everybody!!!
Calle Andrómeda Oriente Manzana 10 Lote 17Excellent 90%
Carretera Tulum-Boca Paila Km.10Excellent 90%
Calle Chichen Itza, Mz 24, Lt 001Excellent 90%
Carretera Tulum - Boca Paila Km. 9Excellent 90%
Migueq Great place to stay. We Just stay for 1 night an everything was perfect. The Hostal had just opened one month before, so everything looked really new. We reserved a share room but when we get there the room was just for us, so even better! The location is ok, 2 blocks away from an important avenue where you can buy everything you need. The only thing to take into account if you are travelling in these days is that the hostal doesn't has the name in the front, so you have to guess to get there. And 'cause they opened just one month ago, people in the surroundings didn't know where was located. Just to take into account, the hostal has all the front wall painted in red.
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