19 Best Tulum Beach Clubs for Sun & Fun in 2024

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Ready to book the best Tulum beach clubs?

You’re in the right place because the 19 best beach clubs in Tulum, Mexico are all listed here. How do I know they’re the best?

I have been living in Mexico since 2018, and I visit Tulum (and the beach clubs in Tulum) often.

Located in the Yucatán Peninsula, Tulum is known for its gorgeous jungles, Mayan ruins, incredible nightlife and stunning beaches.

It should be no surprise that Tulum also has some of the best beach clubs.

So whether you’re looking for a romantic spot for two, a place to party the night away, or a luxurious beach bed on one of the best beaches of Tulum, there is something for everyone. 

But the question remains: What are the best beach clubs Tulum, Mexico has, and where do I book mine?!

This article will show you the best Tulum Mexico clubs, with options for all budgets or all vibes, so let’s dive in!

Best Tulum Beach Clubs: Quick Guide

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💃🕺🏼 Best party beach clubs in Tulum: Taboo Tulum, Mia Beach Club Tulum, and Tulum Coco Beach Club at Coco Tulum Resort

📸 Most Instagram-worthy Tulum clubs: Casa Malca, Nomade Tulum, Coco Tulum, Vagalume

📆 Best Tulum beach clubs for events: Papaya Playa Project, Taboo Tulum

🏝️ Most laid-back beach clubs in Tulum: Xpu-ha Beach Club

🏊‍♀️ Best Tulum beach clubs with pool: Casa Malca, Taboo Tulum

💸 Most affordable beach club Tulum day pass: Hip Hotel by Ana y Jose, Playa Paraiso Beach Club, Ziggy’s Beach Club

19 Best Beach Clubs in Tulum, Mexico

You probably have some questions already in mind.

Questions like where is the best place to party in Tulum, where can I find cheap Tulum beach cabanas, what is the best beach Tulum has and what are some Tulum beach club prices? 

In this guide, we will answer all of those questions and more. So let’s begin with our list of the best day clubs in Tulum. Let’s go.

1. Casa Malca Tulum: Pablo Escobar Mansion

Casa Malca pool one of the best Tulum beach clubs or sun & fun
When you book at Casa Malca Tulum, you will get access to their pool and beach for FREE. (Photo: Expedia)
  • 💵 Entrance Fee & Minimum Consumption: $100-150 USD, though prices vary. Of that, $50 is your entry fee, and the rest will be applied as a food and drink credit you can use on the property.
  • 🏨 View Casa Malca on Booking.com

Welcome to the former mansion of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, who owned this property in the 1980s. 

It has since been bought by NYC art dealer, Lio Malca, and transformed into a stylish and upscale boutique hotel known for its spectacular views, unique architecture, exclusive amenities, and incredible customer service. 

The best part? It’s on a gorgeous beach on the edge of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. 

Modern hotel with an exceptionally beautiful garden area. The pool area and the beach is unique and very well maintained.

Rebecca (see more reviews)

This beachfront property is home to 71 eclectic studios with six different room categories. It can also accommodate up to 10 people, perfect for larger families. 

The hotel also features three restaurants that serve fusion European Mexican, seafood, and Asian cuisine.

Other hotel amenities include a swimming pool, bar, the Calm Spa, a gym, and, of course, a beach club. 

The beach club offers indoor and outdoor seating, resident DJs, and access to the pool. It is also home to two of the three hotel restaurants. 

In addition to its luxurious accommodations and amenities, Casa Malca is known for its art collection, including works by artists worldwide. 


Yes — It is possible to visit Casa Malca without staying there. The hotel offers day passes to its beach club, which includes access to the beach, pool, and lounge chairs. Bonus: This is one of the best Tulum beach clubs with a pool. 


Yes — Casa Malca does have parking available for guests and visitors who are renting a car in Tulum. The property has a parking lot that can accommodate cars and motorcycles.


Prices for day passes at Casa Malca Tulum vary depending on the time of year and day of the week. In general the day pass entry fee at Casa Malca is $100-150 USD.

Of that, $50 is your entry fee. The rest will be applied as a food and beverage credit you can use at the three Casa Malca restaurants.

The fee also allows visitors to swim in the regular or underground pool at Casa Malca, and enjoy the art displayed at the beach.

⚠️ Note: The lobby and main house, where most of the art collection is located, are only accessible by guests.

2. Taboo Beach Club Tulum

  • 💵 Taboo Tulum Entrance Fee: $100-150 USD, but rates can vary

Considered one of the best beach clubs and restaurants in Tulum, Taboo Beach Club is simple yet sophisticated. 

The concept is straightforward — Taboo is the place for anyone looking for a multi-sensorial party experience.

The restaurant offers fresh Mediterranean food that is also authentic and creative.

Guests can enjoy their food and artisan cocktails while enjoying the ultimate lounging experience on one of the day beds.

The views are beautiful, and the resident DJ plays some of the best music in town. They even host violin and saxophone shows. 

Good food, a great atmosphere (which includes champagne), live music, and an epic Tulum party scene vibe make Taboo Beach Club one of the best Tulum day clubs for anyone looking to have a great time. 


The cost of Taboo Tulum depends on the time of year you visit, and the day of the week. On average, entry to Taboo Tulum costs between $100-$150 USD, but some of that cost goes toward your food and beverage credit.

Fair Warning: That credit really doesn’t go too far! Drinks are about $15-25 USD each.

The restaurant is also pricey by Tulum Beach standards, with the average dinner entree ranging from $495 MXN pesos ($25 USD) for a lamb burger, to $1,950 pesos ($100 USD) for linguine with Mediterranean lobster. 

Besides your food/drink, the entry to Taboo Tulum cost also includes extra amenities like using the pool and beach chairs.

Once you arrive, you’ll see why Taboo is known as one of the best beach clubs Tulum has with a pool.

🏆 Taboo Tulum Fun Fact: The space was created by architect Jorge Borja, winner of the prestigious Versailles Prize. 


The cost for a bed at Taboo Tulum can vary, but is usually about $2,500 pesos, or approximately $100 USD. However, $1,500 ($75 USD) of that is a food/drink credit. 


During the day, Taboo Tulum does not have a dress code. However, that does change for dinner service, which requires guests to dress smart casual. 

3. Papaya Playa Project

Outdoor pools at Papaya playa project, one of Tulum beach clubs
Book Papaya Playa Project Tulum Mexico and get this beautiful view of palm trees around the pool area. (Photo: Expedia)

Focusing on nature and community, the Papaya Playa Project is a luxury sustainable boutique hotel complex that offers guests beachfront accommodations on a private stretch of golden sand.

The design and architecture are simple yet functional. The hotel is home to three room categories that can accommodate up to ten people (or more). 

It also hosts some of the best parties in Tulum, including a full moon party. This hotel is known for its barefoot luxury.

The casitas and cabanas offer a unique eco-friendly accommodation option, with the former offering guests a private dipping pool and an open-plan terrace shower.

The hotel also has award-winning beachfront houses or villas, which include incredible luxury amenities like a personal butler. 

Papaya Playa project was the quintessential location to remove yourself from the world and to “get away”.

Brian (see more reviews)

Accommodations are just one thing that Papaya Playa Project is known for. The hotel is home to a beach club, restaurants, and a spa. 

The beach club is known for its gorgeous views, delicious food, incredible cocktails, and relaxed, luxurious vibe.

But be warned that this is one of the best beach clubs Tulum has and one of the busiest, especially during weekends. 

Papaya Playa Project is also one of the best places to go if you want a party on Saturday night.  Expect music, mouth-watering gastronomy, like-minded individuals, and chill party vibes. 

Take advantage of the Tulum Full Moon Party at Papaya Playa Project Resort, which happens once a month.

It is known as one of the best things to do in Tulum at night


The entry fee at Papaya Playa Project can vary, depending on the time of year, day of the week, and if they have a special event going on. However, on average, the entrance fee is $50-100 USD.

4. La Zebra, A Colibri Boutique Hotel

sun lounge on a white sand beach in La Zebra a Colibri Boutique Hotel
Take a relaxing nap by the beach in your private beach bed when you book La Zebra Tulum Boutique Hotel. (Photo © Expedia)

La Zebra is located a private beach in Tulum that’s has about 20 beach cabanas, which hotel guests have complimentary access to. If you are a non-guest looking for a Tulum cabana rental, look no further.

Day passes are available at La Zebra for those not staying at the hotel, and all you have to spend is at least $30 USD.

However, be forewarned that the food and drink prices here are on the higher side, and that doesn’t cover much.

Overall, this is definitely a more upscale Tulum beach club, not a beach party club.

La Zebra is known for its exceptional customer service, and is one of the best Tulum beach clubs for non guests.

All the staff were incredible… The beach club was very nice, plenty of comfy seating and I’d like to reiterate: amazing food and service!

Jijun (see more reviews)

Book La Zebra, A Colibri Boutique Hotel and experience one of the most luxurious hotels in Tulum.

It’s known for its laid-back bohemian atmosphere, delicious gastronomy, stunning ocean views, and 5-Star service. 

It is home to 29 stylish yet modern rooms offering deluxe amenities. Some rooms also have a private plunge pool coupled with ocean views.

There’s also a restaurant, bar, spa, and beach club with a pool and ocean-front lounge chairs.

Foodies in Tulum will enjoy a culinary adventure at Chef’s Table, where Chef Eleazar Bonilla will serve you an 8-course tasting menu.

For drinks, head to the hotel’s shipwreck-themed bar called the Mulberry Project that serves some of the best cocktails in Tulum. 

👧 Traveling to Tulum with kids? This is one of the best hotels in Tulum for families. They even have a small wooden playground on the beach, perfect for children.

5. Habitas Tulum

restaurant in Habitas Tulum, with boho-chic interior decor and all glass windows
Enjoy the amazing food and boho-chic look of the restaurant when you book Habitas Tulum. (Photo © Expedia)

Wake up to the sound of the jungle and waves crashing against the surf when you book Habitas Tulum, a sustainable sanctuary on a secluded beach.

Note a guest? Don’t fret — You can buy a day pass to Habitas Tulum, lounge by their ocean-front infinity pool, and dine at the hotel’s open-air restaurant or.

There is no entry fee. However, the minimum spend is $50 USD (though rates can vary).

I loved the close proximity of the hotel to the beach and downtown. The staff was super nice and accommodating. The hotel was like a little paradise.

Merve (see more reviews)

The cost of the food and cocktails are on the pricier side, but they are worth it. The restaurant, Moro, has a menu full of hearty yet healthy food options.

It is also home to one of the best Tulum beach bars, where you can grab a cocktail or your morning smoothie.

Famous for its eco-chic decor, private white sand beach, and natural palapa roofs, Habitas is home to 32 ultra-luxurious tents.

Think boho-chic drenched in luxury. Choose from a pool, jungle, or ocean-front tent.

⚠️ Note: Habitas Tulum is adults only.

6. Nômade Tulum Beach Club

Macondo restaurant in Nomade Tulum
Book Nômade Tulum and have a sumptuous lunch in Macondo, one of the two restaurants in this luxury boutique hotel. (Photo © Expedia)

Boho yet sophisticated vibes, a private beach area, and delicious food are just some of the reasons why you should book Nomade Tulum, one of the best luxury boutique hotels in Tulum.  

The hotel is home to 38 rooms, 20 exclusive suites, 5 treehouses, and 36 luxury nômade style tents, all impeccably designed while offering gorgeous interior designs, stunning views, and luxury amenities. 

Nômade Tulum is also home to a beach club and private beach. After walking through a jungle path, you’ll be greeted by white sand and turquoise blue waters.

Here you’ll have the opportunity to swim, swing in a hammock, lounge in a sunbed, or enjoy a cocktail (or two). 

Amazing vibes. The Treehouse room was very cool. Food very nice at both restaurants.

Matthew (see more reviews)

As a non-guest, you’ll have to pay an entrance fee of about $20 USD. Be aware that Nomade Tulum is a cashless institution, so make sure to bring credit cards.

The hotel focuses on holistic well-being and offers unique wellness programs, a yoga shala, and a gratitude tent. 

For dining, Nômade Tulum has two different restaurants. La Popular is a beachfront location with a menu filled with fresh seafood options.

Macondo has a plant-based menu and is inspired by the Middle East, in terms of decor and food options. It also has excellent cocktails and live music. 

7. Ahau Tulum: Home to the Famous Tulum Sculpture

woman walking into ven a la luz Tulum sculpture of a wooden man
Book Ahau Tulum to stay in one of these gorgeous rooms right by the beach and visit the famous Ven a la Luz Tulum statue.

Unplug and unwind by booking Ahau Tulum, a beachfront resort home to the famous Ahau Tulum Sculpture park and the Ven a la Luz Instagrammable art piece

Ahuah Tulum provides various accommodation options, including beach cabanas, Bali huts, or garden palapas.

Each room offers a beautiful rustic interior design, lots of space, and luxurious amenities.

In addition to pristine accommodations, Ahau Tulum offers guests a range of amenities and experiences, including daily yoga lessons, sunrise meditation, and a spa with treatments and therapies using natural and organic products.

Great vibes, very strong positive energy flowing all around the place. One of the best places we stayed at in Tulum! Highly recommended!

Peteragi (see more reviews)

The hotel has two restaurants for dining, including a vegan eatery and the beachside Ahau Restaurant & Beach Grill, which is part of the beach club. 

The Ahau Tulum Beach Club has a private beach with loungers, beach massages, and dining options that can be enjoyed in your own private beach bed. 

It is also famous for its impressive art installations that can be found in Ahau Tulum Sculpture Park.

Even if you aren’t a hotel guest, you can still visit the sculpture park for $3 USD. You can also book a reservation at the beachfront grill.

If you’d like to use one of the hotel’s beach beds, there’s a minimum consumption of about $50 USD per person (though rates can vary). Use of their facilities and towels are also included.

8. Coco Tulum: Home of the Tulum White Swings

sun lounges on the beach in CoCo Tulum
Get this perfect view of the beach when you book Coco Tulum. (Photo © Expedia, Best beach club Tulum)

Bathed in white decor, the Coco Tulum is a luxury boutique hotel famous for its white swings, a unique and Instagram-worthy experience. 

Personally, I also think this is one of the best beach bars in Tulum for both tropical cocktails and great photos.

The hotel itself is divided into two areas: the Zen Zone and Coco Beach.

For those looking to spend some time connecting with nature, the zen zone provides peace and quiet with beautiful jungle and ocean-view suites.

And for those looking to party, the Coco Beach area is just steps from the Coco Beach Bar, and the famous white swings. 

Laid back light music, beautiful views and exceptional staff. Just a 5 minute walk down the beach to the turn up beach clubs, so very accessible.

Sequon (see more reviews)

The hotel offers luxurious amenities, including tours, happenings, and activities. Coco’s restaurant, Juanita Diavola, provides a relaxed vibe and Italian cuisine. 

But the best part is the Beach Club, located on a secluded private beach, which is a Pinterest lover’s dream. White is a recurring theme here, and this place oozes those quintessential Tulum vibes and boho decor.

The club is known for its friendly service, drinks, food, location, and an incredible vibe.

It is also located in one of the most beautiful areas of Tulum, and is considered the best day beach club Tulum has for anyone looking for a party. 

The vibe is relaxed during the daytime and party-central once the sun goes down. It also has a car park, if you have a rental. 

Non-guests are welcome to Coco Tulum, and the minimum consumption spend is about $25 USD.

Note: The amount can change depending on the season, and if you visit on a weekday or weekend.

9. Playa Paraiso Beach Club: Home to the Tulum Slanted Palm Tree

tulum slanted palm tree
Looking for things to do in Tulum Mexico? You have to snap a photo at the famous Tulum learning palm tree.

The Playa Paraiso Beach Club is just a few minutes from the Tulum Ruins on picturesque Playa Paraiso Beach.

This is known as one of the best beaches in Tulum, Mexico. 

This beach club is home to the famous slanted palm tree, which has become a popular photo-op hotspot in Tulum.

If you’re looking for the most Instagrammable Tulum spots, this is one of them.

This beach club has a great vibe that is friendly and inviting. The staff is attentive, and most are bilingual. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm — so look elsewhere if you are looking for a late-night party. 

One big draw of Playa Paraiso is its oversized beach beds that might be the comfiest loungers in town. The other draw is the food and drinks. 

The restaurant has a diverse menu of traditional Mexican foods and international dishes.

Here you can order small petiscos (a popular Portuguese tapas), or splurge on something a little more lavish, like freshly caught lobster. 

Regarding prices, it all depends on what type of lounger you request. The beach club doesn’t have an entrance fee, and costs for best furniture rentals (like day beds, beach chairs and sun loungers) range from $5-30 USD.

10. Alma Tulum Hotel Beach Club

pool surrounded with rocks in Alma Tulum Hotel Beach Club
Enjoy some time in the hammock and a relaxing swim in their beautiful pool by booking Alma Tulum Hotel Beach Club. (Photo © Expedia)

Part of the beach-front boutique hotel Alma Tulum, the Alma Tulum Beach Club offers guests a bohemian-luxury vibe with a private beach. 

The hotel’s beach club includes beds, beach chairs, and palapas with lounge chairs. Access to these amenities is included in the overall price of the room.

Sensational. The rooms are rustic palapas with a private terrace and direct access to the beach. You don’t need more!

tiana (see more reviews)

However, non-guests are also welcome, with a minimum consumption fee of just $15-25 USD, depending on the season. 

The best part of this particular beach club is the service and incredible food. Service is friendly and attentive, and the food will make your mouth water.

The restaurant serves Mexican-Italian fusion dishes, which are cost-friendly, delicious, and fresh. 

The hotel is located in the Zona Hotelera (hotel zone of Tulum), making it easily accessible if you are staying elsewhere or looking to dine at another restaurant after a long day of lounging. 

11. Beach Club at Hip Hotel by Ana y Jose

sun lounges in the beach of Hip Hotel by Ana y Jose
Enjoy a fun beach day when you book Hip Hotel by Ana y Jose (Photo © Expedia)

With stunning views of the ocean and lush gardens, booking Beach Club at Hip Hotel by Ana Y Jose is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sounds and smells of the ocean. 

The beach club is part of the Hip Hotel by Ana y Jose, an eco-friendly luxury boutique hotel with private beach access.

The hotel offers guests three room categories: a garden/ocean view, or an ocean-front suite. 

The location, their eco friendly approach by not using plastic bottles for toiletries. Good restaurant, good cocktails, friendly and helpful staff.

Sally (see more reviews)

Along with a spa, the hotel is home to a restaurant and the beach club, the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a family outing. 

Guests and non-guests have access to sun loungers, parasols, and day beds draped in white linens. And for the kids, there’s even the chance to jump headfirst into the pool. 

There’s also a fantastic Tulum beach bar and restaurant where you can enjoy a refreshing drink or bite to eat. The hotel is known for its events, parties, resident DJs, and Full Moon Parties. 

12. Mia Restaurant & Beach Club (Selina Beach Club Tulum)

row of beachfront accommodations in Selina Beach Club
You will get one of these beautiful accommodations by booking Selina Beach Club. (Photo © Expedia)

Partnering with the boutique hostel Selina Tulum, the Mia Restaurant and Beach Club offers Selina guests and non-guests alike the ability to enjoy a beautifully designed club that offers gorgeous views and delicious gastronomy. 

If you didn’t already know, Selina is a favorite among digital nomads. It is a beach-front boutique hotel that offers unique experiences, a coworking space, a spa, and a yoga studio. 

Mia Restaurant & Beach Club doesn’t offer accommodations, but Selina does. Be mindful that although Selina is a hostel, expect Tulum prices.

The property was beautifully styled, perfectly maintained and couldn’t be a better location! The staff were incredible and payed close attention to every detail.

TJ (see more reviews)

The space combines an international cuisine restaurant, private lounge, pool, beach club, pizza restaurant, and The Club. 

The beach club has a minimum consumption of around $30-40 USD, depending on the season. The food and drinks are exceptional, as is the beachside service. 

Wine lovers, take note. Mia also has one of the best wine cellars in Tulum, housing more than 300 labels from 12 countries. 

But great food and good wine are not the only draws of this beach club. Mia is also known as one of the best places to party.

Once the beach club closes, the DJ Party begins, offering patrons a multi-sensory sound experience.

13. RosaNegra Restaurant & Beach Club

  • 💵 Minimum Spend: $30-100 USD, but rates can vary

Feel the Latin rhythm while tasting exquisite flavors in front of a gorgeous turquoise-blue ocean at the RosaNegra Restaurant & Beach club. 

Inspired by several Latin American countries, this beach club offers a sophisticated atmosphere with an international influence and a party vibe. 

Along with loungers, beach beds, and a pool, RosaNegra offers live DJs and events like capoeira shows.

They also have a Xisha experience, with a diverse menu of flavors and a massage menu for anyone looking for a relaxing massage. 

For food and drinks, the restaurant serves various international and Mexican-inspired dishes, including tacos, seafood, meats, and vegetarian options.

Dishes include ceviche, sushi, and exclusive products like Alaskan king crab, Nigerian tiger shrimp, and super colossal octopus. 

Dishes are served alongside creative cocktails that can be enjoyed by the beach or in your private cabana.

Be forewarned that this is one of the most expensive beach clubs in Tulum. Yes, the food, drinks, and customer service are top-notch, but it comes with a hefty price tag. 

If you are looking for luxury, and one of the best party beach clubs in Tulum, look no further than RosaNegra.

14. Ziggy’s Beach Club

  • 💵 Minimum Spend: $50 USD, but rates can vary

For a laid-back vibe with gorgeous views and live music daily, look no further than Ziggy’s Tulum Beach Club.

This particular beach club is part of The Beach Tulum Hotel, an accommodation that offers the perfect mix of luxury, wellness, indulgence, relaxation, and personalized service — all of which can also be experienced at Ziggy’s.

One particular draw of Ziggy’s is that the restaurant opens early, making it a popular spot for a beach-front breakfast.

The beach club also opens early, giving you the opportunity to snag a lounger before everyone else.

For lunch and dinner, Ziggy’s offers a diverse menu of food options that will please every type of palette. And the food and drinks are quite delicious. 

The club has no entrance fee, but you have to pay a $50 USD fee to use their amenities, like sunbeds or the pool table. 

Finally, along with daily evening live music from 7:30pm to 9:30pm, the beach club hosts a different event each night.

Activities include mezcal tastings, wine tasting events, or flamenco dance nights. Participation is an extra cost. 

15. Akiin Tulum

Akiin Tulum Beach Club
  • 💵 Minimum Spend: Usually none, but they might charge during special events or busy weekends

Known for its signature cuisine and mixology, gorgeous location, and luxury amenities, Akiin Tulum is a beachfront club and destination wedding and reception venue.

Along with being the perfect Tulum wedding venue, Ak’iin Tulum offers a range of experiences and amenities.

These amenities include high-quality loungers, artisanal mixology, a Xisha menu, creative gastronomy, boutiques featuring local designers, resident DJs, and a beach-front location.

The beach club also has a pool and onsite beach massages. The staff is attentive and friendly, providing 5 Star customer service. 

16. Vagalume Tulum Beach Club

  • 💵 Minimum Spend: $50 USD, but rates can vary

Known for its authentic Mayan-inspired aesthetic, Vagalume Tulum Beach Club is the perfect spot to experience some of the best Tulum vibes. 

Vagalume Tulum Beach Club is mainly known for its statue of two hands cradling a bridge that crosses the club’s five separate pools.

It’s a popular photo-op spot — but you have to be a guest of the beach club to access it.

For food, enjoy an immersive dinner or lunch experience as knowledgeable and attentive staff members recommend some signature dishes.

Make sure to try their signature lobster pizza, which is only served on Sundays. 

Along with a high-end restaurant, this beach club also features a premium sushi bar. They have an in-house chef, which is a seasoned itamae (cook in a Japanese kitchen). 

For some Tulum vibes, artisanal cocktails, EDM music, and unique photo opportunities, make sure to stop by the Vagalume Tulum Beach Club.

17. Cinco Tulum Beach Club & Glamping

glamping tents near the beach outside Cinco Tulum Beach Club and Glamping
Book Cinco Tulum Beach Club and Glamping and take your friends and enjoy glamping by the beach. (Photo © Cinco Tulum, Cheap beach clubs Tulum)

Simple yet elegant, Cinco offers patrons a beach club, restaurant, bar, and glamping tents on arguably the best beach in Tulum, Mexico.  

Merging the natural beauty of the area with an authentic Tulum vibe, this beach club is all about connecting with nature. 

One of the unique features of this particular location is the large glamping tents pitched under the shade of beautiful coconut trees.

Modest yet beautifully designed, each tent has a private lounging area and basic amenities like a private safe, air conditioning, and electricity.

One of the highlights of our Mexican trip! We love glamping so this was a dream come true as the beautiful romantic tents are located right by the Tulum beach next to the archeological site!

Jan (see more reviews)

As a guest, you’ll be just steps from the ocean.

Enjoy small pleasures and other perks like the Tulum sunrise or a sunset with a cocktail in hand, outdoor showers and breakfast in bed — it’s the perfect romantic getaway for two!

If glamping is not your style, you can still visit as a non-guest.

Head to the beach club to enjoy gorgeous views, luxurious lounges, delicious cocktails, and incredible food.

Plus, the staff go above and beyond, adding personal touches wherever possible. 

18. Mina Tulum Beach Club

  • 💵 Minimum Spend: Usually none, but they might charge during special events or busy weekends

Located in a private bay, the Mina Tulum Beach Club is perfect for a small, intimate, and calm Tulum experience. 

Exclusivity and privacy are the main draws of Mina.

Sink into your private lounger while sipping fresh coconut water while listening to the sounds of the ocean. Is there anything quite as perfect?

For dining, the restaurant offers steak and seafood options. In addition to the regular dishes, Mina also offers dishes prepared unconventionally.

Enjoy roasted pork or thick-cut ribs slowly and expertly cooked for hours over an open-fire flame inspired by South American Gaucho techniques. 

And for drinks, whether you are looking for a morning smoothie or a late-night refreshing cocktail, the bar’s expert mixologist is always at hand. 

This, plus stunning turquoise blue ocean views, make Mina Tulum beach Club the perfect place to relax and soak up all of Tulum’s magic. 

19. IMIX at Azulik Tulum

man sitting outside at Azulik Tulum resort in Mexico
Get amazing views of the Caribbean Sea from your private patio when you book Azulik Tulum.

Located inside one of the most famous resorts in the area, IMIX is the Azulik Tulum beach club, located on a private beach. 

The tricky part is that IMIX may or may not be open to non-hotel guests depending on the season — so make sure to call ahead and double check here.

If open, the minimum consumption is around $80 USD. Hours are from 11am to 6pm.

The day pass grants you access to the beach only; you will not be able to explore Azulik Hotel Tulum in the guest-only areas.

Amazing property and the most beautiful hotel I had ever stayed at! I saw this hotel on Instagram, but in person, it is even better!

Tetyana (see more reviews)

Nevertheless, all of Azulik’s restaurants are open to the public. This includes Kon Toh (Maya-Mexican cuisine), Tseen Ja (Japanese-Mexican cuisine), and Cenote (their jungle restaurant). 

You can also visit their shopping boutiques, SFER IK art exhibition, sunglass shop, or make a reservation at their Maya Spa. 

If you can afford it, booking a stay in Azulik can be a unique and transformative experience. But be aware that the price tag can be hefty. 

Bonus: A Few More Beach Clubs in Tulum

Love options? Who doesn’t?!

While this was a long list, it is by no means exhaustive because there are just so many beach clubs Tulum Mexico has to choose from.

If you want to check out even more beach clubs and some fun beach club restaurants on your trip, head to these places:

  • NEST Tulum Beach Club at the NEST Hotel
  • Be Tulum Beach Club at the Be Tulum Hotel
  • Bagatelle Tulum Beach Club
  • Delek Tulum Beach Club at the Delek Hotel
  • Kanan Tulum Beach Club at the Kanan Hotel
  • Tantra Beach Club Tulum
  • Mistiq Tulum Beach Club
  • Conestesia Tulum (Note: They closed for a while but may reopen soon, so we left them on this list in case they do).

Tulum Beach Clubs: Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering, How do Tulum beach clubs work? Or even, What is the minimum spend at Tulum beach clubs?

We’ll clear everything up in this section, so you know exactly what you’re getting into when you visit the top beach clubs in Tulum, Mexico.

How much do Tulum beach clubs cost?

Tulum beach clubs can vary in price depending on various factors such as the location, amenities, and type of experience being offered. On average, expect to spend $50-150 USD to go to a Tulum Beach Club.

Some beach clubs in Tulum may charge a cover fee for entry, while others may require a minimum spend on food and drinks.

Prices can range from a few hundred MXN pesos, to several thousand MXN pesos per person. 

It also depends on whether you’ll be renting things like Tulum beach cabanas or beach beds, or the amenities in this particular place.

Remember that prices may also vary depending on the time of year and the day of the week, with weekends and peak tourist season being more expensive.

Can you buy a Tulum beach club day pass? 

Yes — Many hotels on Tulum beach offer a day pass, so it is possible to buy a day pass to a Tulum beach club.

Day passes are a popular option for travelers who want to visit a beach club for a few hours and enjoy the amenities without committing to an entire day or evening.

Day passes may include access to the beach, pool, lounge chairs and sometimes include other amenities such as the spa or gym.

Prices for day passes can vary, with some beach clubs offering discounted rates for locals or off-peak season. Also, weekdays are usually much cheaper than weekends.

Some beach clubs may require a reservation in advance, so check their policies and availability before you go.

Do you have to book beach clubs in Tulum?

Not always However, you will want to Book beach clubs in Tulum in advance, especially during peak season, holidays, or on weekends when they will be more crowded. 

Many beach clubs offer online booking or allow reservations by phone or email.

It is a good idea to check with the specific beach club you’re interested in visiting to see their reservation policies and confirm availability.

What do you wear to a beach club in Tulum?

In Tulum, anything goes! Of course, when visiting a beach club in Tulum you will want to dress appropriately in a bathing suit, cover-up, sundress or any beach and pool attire.

Keep in mind the weather in Tulum is hot all year-long. This typically means wearing lightweight, breathable clothing suitable for the warm and humid climate. 

🧴 Oh, and make sure to bring lots of sunscreen

Is Tulum Beach clothing optional?

While there are clothing optional Tulum resorts, Tulum Beach is not a clothing-optional beach. In public spaces, visitors are expected to wear appropriate clothing when on the beach.

While Tulum has a reputation for being a laid-back and bohemian destination, it is essential to respect local customs and cultural norms when visiting the beach.

Where are the best beach parties in Tulum?

This will depend on who you ask, but some of the most popular party beach clubs in Tulum include Taboo Tulum, Papaya Playa Project and RosaNegra Tulum.

If you are looking for a Tulum beach party, you’re in the right place because I compiled a liste below.

Some of the best beach parties in Tulum can be found at the following venues:

  • Papaya Playa Project: Known for its laid-back atmosphere and frequent beach parties, with various events and DJs throughout the season. Don’t miss their full moon party. 
  • Be Tulum: Known for its chic and stylish atmosphere and hosts frequent beach parties and events featuring live music and DJs.
  • La Zebra: Known for its laid-back, bohemian atmosphere and hosts frequent beach parties and events featuring live music and DJs. 
  • Gitano Tulum: Known for its lively atmosphere and frequent beach parties and events featuring live music and DJs.

How much are the drinks at Tulum beach clubs?

The cost of drinks at Tulum Mexico beach clubs can vary depending on the specific beach club and the type of drink you are ordering. While prices vary, plan for $10-25 USD per drink.

In general, expect to pay more for drinks at the nicest beach clubs in Tulum like Papaya Playa Project, Casa Malca, Nomade Tulum and Be Tulum.

When compared to other venues and Tulum bars, the beach clubs will charge more for drinks because they have a premium location and because of all the amenities offered by the beach clubs.

Prices for alcoholic beverages at Tulum beach clubs can range from around $10-$20 or more, depending on the drink type and the serving size.

Cocktails and mixed drinks are typically more expensive than beers or wines.

Do beach clubs in Tulum take credit cards?

Many beach clubs in Tulum do accept credit cards, although it is a good idea to confirm with the specific beach club you are visiting to confirm their payment policies. 

It is always a good idea to have a backup plan for payment when visiting Tulum, as not all businesses may accept credit cards, or have limited access to electronic payment systems.

Having cash on hand and checking with your credit card issuer is a good idea to confirm that your card will be accepted in Tulum and Mexico.

💸 In short: Cash is still king in Tulum and all Mexico, so always carry cash on you.

Do beach clubs in Tulum provide towels?

Many beach clubs in Tulum do provide towels for guests to use while at the beach club. These towels are typically free of charge, and are provided as a convenience for guests.

Do you have to pay for beach access in Tulum?

No — There are free beaches in Tulum, like Playa Santa Fe, Playa Paraiso and Playa Ruinas, located just below the Tulum Ruins.

tulum beach
Looking for FREE things to do in Tulum Mexico? Head to Playa Santa Fe, my favorite free Tulum beach.

However, private Tulum beach clubs are not free because you get to use their facilities.

On the free beaches in Tulum, there are limited amenities or no amenities — so make sure to bring everything you need for the day with you.

Final Thoughts: Best Beach Clubs in Tulum

Tulum is home to some of the best beach clubs in the world. From the laid-back and bohemian vibes of the Papaya Playa Project to the luxury and exclusivity of Be Tulum, there is a beach club for every taste and budget.

Yes, budget Tulum exists too! Whether you’re looking to party all night or just relax in a chic and upscale setting, Tulum has something for you.

So pack your swimsuit, grab the sunscreen, and head to one of these fantastic beach clubs for the ultimate Tulum beach vacation. 

Tulum Travel Planning Guide

1. Should I buy Mexico travel insurance?

100% YES! — With basic coverage averaging just $5-10 USD per day, enjoy peace of mind with a plan from Travel Insurance Master, one of the biggest names in travel insurance. (Read more)

2. Can you drink the water in Tulum?

No — You’ll want to buy this Water-To-Go Bottle, which filters your drinking water so you don’t get sick from drinking water in Mexico, and helps keep you hydrated while traveling Mexico. (Read more)

3. Is it safe to rent a car in Tulum?

Yes — Renting a car in Mexico is one of the best ways to see the country! I always rent with Discover Cars, which checks both international companies and local Mexican companies, so you get the best rates. (Read more)

4. Will my phone work in Tulum?

Maybe — It depends on your company, so check with your provider. If you don’t have free Mexico service, buy this Telcel SIM Card. As Mexico’s largest carrier, Telcel has the best coverage of any Mexico SIM Cards. (Read more)

5. What’s the best way to book my Tulum accommodations?

For Tulum hotels, Booking.com is the best site, but for hostels, use Hostel World. If you’re considering a Mexico Airbnb, don’t forget to also check VRBO, which is often cheaper than Airbnb.

6. What do I pack for Tulum?

Head to the Ultimate Tulum Packing List to get all the info you need on packing for Mexico.

7. What’s the best site to buy Mexico flights?

For finding cheap Mexico flights, I recommend Skyscanner.

8. Do I need a visa for Mexico?

Likely Not — U.S., Canadian and most European Passport holders don’t need a visa for Mexico; but check here to see if you do a Mexico travel visa. The majority of travelers will receive a 180-Day FMM Tourist Visa or passport stamp upon arrival.