The Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya is open and operational to offer a new way to enjoy the tropical forest and the sights of Tulum, Mexico. The immense resort has 349 rooms and it’s just eight miles north of Tulum. It is both a resort and a retreat. The resort is quiet and surrounded by nature.

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The resort is also full of amenities inside. There’s a spa, restaurants and seafront pools for guests to enjoy. Additionally, the design is inspired by local architecture. Tulum, Mexico is full of incredible nature where you can go hike in the jungle, watch the waves on the beach or see the stunning colors of the local flowers and plants. Everything around the resort is of the natural world and the ancient world, with something new to discover around every corner.

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The lobby of a hotel

To enter the lobby, guests walk through beautiful wooden doors that were engraved by local artists. Nature was used as an inspiration for the design throughout. Stone, metal and wood are integrated into the design to create a more organic look. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows to show off breathtaking ocean views.

A bed and spa equipment set in front of a floor-to-ceiling

Conrad Tulum is designed to keep guests connected to the natural world, not separated from it. Meaning: It is meant to be a wellness refuge. There are many treatments available that were inspired by legends of ancient Mayan gods and goddesses. Individual treatment rooms provide guests with a private experience to enjoy various rituals. The treatment options include a Mayan Manteada, an ancient massage technique designed to help realign the body. There is also an in-house Shaman who performs rituals.

A guestroom with a large white bed facing a TV mounted on a wall with photo behind it

Because the natural beauty and ancient history of this region is so important, conservation is key. The hotel is focused on sustainability and preservation through the turtle protection program and other innovative ideas. The hotel also has 55,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, which includes a huge outdoor terrace.

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Photography by Victor Elias Photography