When it comes to vacation rentals in Tulum, there are incredible options. These best Airbnbs in Tulum are everything you could dream of for a vacation. From a private pool to being set in the Mayan jungle, it’s the ideal place to soak in the view. And why not do it from one chic Airbnb?
Tulum is located in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The area is known for its white-sand beaches, restaurant scene, and beautiful architecture. A lot of these Airbnbs are set in the Aldea Zama neighborhood where you are within walking distance to restaurants ( a lot are in hotels) and the sights. And the kicker about Airbnbs in Tulum
I’m always driven by design, so as we dream of future travel plans, I’m saving away my favorite finds. After browsing Pinterest, I fell into a loophole of looking at incredible Airbnbs in Tulum (does anyone else do this?!). So I started saving away for a future dream vacation here. These are the best Airbnbs in Tulum that I found.
The Best Airbnbs in Tulum
Hideout in Tulum’s Most Epic Airbnb Luxe Property, Casa Cantarena, a Solar-Powered Beachfront Home
A Secret Oasis with a Tranquil Pool in Central Tulum
Find Peace at This Poolside Zen Villa in the Tulum Jungle
Book an Urban Escape at the Airbnb Plus Property, Casa Chula
A Minimalist Home Set With a Private Pool and Waterfall
Take a Modern Escape at Villa Vidrio by Los Amigos
Stay at the Newly-Built 5 Bedroom Villa LaGu in Tulum
Chill Out at This Beautiful Studio in Downtown Tulum
Hideout in an Eco Treehouse Near a Cenote
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When it comes to choosing an Airbnb you’ll want to consider a few factors as you browse over reviews and ratings:
- A pool: Do you want a private pool or shared? Some have even infinity pools with incredible views.
- Air Conditioning: Always confirm if this is important to you
- Kind of Place: Some may want a more private villa with a view, or perhaps a room in a hotel (Airbnb has these now!), or an entire apartment.
- Location: It’s good to have a look at the location for what will work best for you. I personally like to be within a short walk of food/sights.
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