Hip Hotel Tulum is a place of total relaxation and renewal, with an excellent view of the turquoise sea from your room with King size bed, ocean breezes caress you at all times, promoting the romance in each space, and provides the perfect setting for a sweet evening, to the sea, After a wonderful relaxing day enjoy an exquisite dining all under the moonlight and stars.
Besides this, Hip Hotel is a hotel committed to nature, surrounded by gardens and coconut palms, attention to this details without damaging the environment.
Rate From $162 USD per night
Hip Hotel Tulum has 22 rooms with a splendid sea view or garden view, with the exact decor to make your break a great relaxation experience and the amenities that will be pampered every moment, from balconies with hammocks up table and chairs for breakfast from there. The rooms are categorized into superior and superior ocean view garden view.
The former includes King size bed, private balcony or terrace and bathroom, its maximum capacity is two people; while the superior garden view has a maximum capacity for three people and sometimes sofa bed.
All rooms are equipped with:
Restaurant-Bar on the seafront. To enjoy the most exquisite dishes besides providing a 180 degree view of the Caribbean Sea, between styles to try here is Mexican, gourmet and international fusion food, including room service, but if you are not staying here no worry, because it is open to the public, with a terrace seating up to 40 people inside the restaurant, palapa roof. It also has a lounge bar with wifi.
Events. If you have an event in a different location, Hip Hotel is the choice, the chef will be happy to assist you by presenting the variety of menu choice and together with all the restaurant staff will give you the best events.
At this hotel you will be greeted with a complimentary cocktail, you will notice that there is a safe box in your room to protect their most valuable assets, the internet is available in public areas of the hotel.
Hip Hotel is located in Tulum, on the road heading to Boca Paila, facing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.