Nomade Tulum hotelNomade Tulum Hotel located on the main beach of Tulum just steps away from the sea, and next to Be Tulum hotel.

Now you can live the dream. An escape from civilization living the pristine existence in the tropics but with the conforts of air conditioning and WiFi.

Yes sir! The best of both worlds.

On sugar white sands kissed by transparent turquoise waters find natural lodgings made of local materials.

The Nomade Tulum is surrounded by the most beautiful sanded beaches along the Caribean side.

Remember Gilligand's Island? Robinson Carusoe?

Maritime lore is filled with tales of sailors who found themselves stranded on deserted islands.

Nomade Tulum hotelSome with seemingly no hope of rescue.

Here no one wants to be rescued as no one wants to go back home ever again!

Survivors of shipwrecks or other disasters, wanted to get off their islands.

In each case, these castaways faced a constant fight for survival against hunger, wild animals, severe weather and sheer loneliness.

But you lucky people here in Nomade Tulum have fine holistic fare in two great restaurants so no issues of hunger.

No wild animals. No spring breakers.

Weather here is almost always mild. And in the event of a mid-day shower indoor activities are planned as well as the spa.


Nomade Tulum hotel
Nomade Tulum offers retreats, workshops and talks, run every week by a different expert, by a gifted and dedicated individual with extensive experience and knowledge.

The culinary shamans here in Nomade prepare gourmet, raw and cooked organic food.

Example on the left.

A variety of delicious fresh offerings daily that are made focused on seasonal local flavours.

Bounty from the sea. Seasonings from the area.

It is indeed the meeting point of those who´s journeys never ends...

Nomade Tulum hopes to see you soon in your Tulum lodgings.

Use links below for availability and booking requests.


Nomade Tulum hotelNatural materials dominate the comfort and minimalist design of the hotel, creating a combination of a boutique natural healthy environment.

With nice touches like that shown on the left.

The rooms are hand- built a blend of modern chic with local materials. Each room is just footsteps away from the beach, yet designed to have enough privacy to become one with the environment.

Below we'll see some of the rooms and lodgings here in this beachfront Tulum hotel.


Nomade Tulum hotelShown here is the arena suite.

all rooms share these features:
King Size bed
Private bath
Premium linens
Air conditioner
Safety deposit box
Bath robes
i pod dock
wi fi


Allow me to go back to the food them (remember the photo above?)

The restaurant Macondo gives life to a dream of delighting Tulum with wholesome and holistic food.

Natural and seasonal flavors inspire a variety of vegaterian, gluten free, and fresh fare prepared with the intention to heal from the heart and nurture your soul.


Nomade Tulum hotelSea View suite shown on left.

The other restaurant here in Nomade.

La Popular is a fish - market inspired beach restaurant and is tribute to the joys of a life by the sea

Fresh fish prepared as you like it. Grilled whole. Baked.

Breaded.

No fish sticks or fish burgers here baby.

Let me tell you about the spa.

Nomade Tulum hotelFirst let's have a look at the Jungle Suite shown here.

What could ever be in the trunks at the foot of the bed? click here to find out

Remember this is magic. Here your wishes do come true.

For those who wished for a world-class spa

the spa:
A collection of the best and holisitic praticitioners from around the world and Mexico have found a home at Yaan.

Healing hands offering different therapeutic modalities will soothe mind, body and soul and will leave you with a powerful lasting sense of well being.

A variety of treatments will enliven body, mind and spirit.

decorations in  Tulum lodgings All treatments begin with Yaan's Healing Water Circuit which includes sauna, steam room, marble hammam roo, and indoor and outdoor massage pools. Your healing water experience will prepare you to receive fully the benefits of each therapy.

Yäan Wellness was born from the magic of Tulum, Mexico.

It is a center of wellness and healing where you will find your inner and outer beauty in the integration of mind, body and soul.

After a spell in the spa anyone can appreciate the minimalist art found on the wall shown.

We do not know the name of the artist but it's a given it's not Camile Claudel after she went insane.

From the moment you pass the burning flame, you will be immersed in the elements of fire, air, water, and wood and feel at peace with its elegant and organic design, which respects the flow of nature in both space and time.

You will feel the essence of Yäan, an ENERGY –HEALING- SPA, as your every need is looked after.


Space.
Time.
Freedom.
Peace.
Energy.

For body, mind, spirit.


roomdescription
deluxe tentMoroccan style tent with air conditioning; king bed; premium linnens; full private bathroom; safety deposit box, harem (kidding)
standard roomcomfortable room with air conditioning; king bed; premium linnens; full private bathroom; safety deposit box,bath robes, i-pod dock, WiFi and more amenities.
jungle suitesurrounded by lush gardens, with air conditioning; king bed; premium linnens; full private bathroom; safety deposit box,bath robes, i-pod dock, WiFi and other great things
arena suitespacious suite nestled in gardens, in touch with nature, all amenities above plus close to the Caribbean ocean.
Sea view cabañaas the arena suite only this one is next to the ocean
ocean front cabañaoversized suite at 55 square meters (that's BIG), awesome views of the ocean, terrace with hammocks, plus amenties above
two bedroom suiteon second floor these two bedroom Tulum lodgings at 70 square meters have a front balcony with views of the sea, both rooms with king beds, one bathroom, plus the amenities above.
two bedroom villalike above but bigger: 80 square meters and two queen beds; plus one king bed
two bedroom with pool (cool)102 square meters, that's over one thousand square feet!
private patio with sun bathing area and a private pool!
plus all the amenities above
two bedroom ocean frontterrace with hammock, ocean front, two queen beds; plus one king bed, one bathroom, amenities of jungle suite
ocean front master suitesecond floor faces sea directly, large balcony, awesome ocean views, one king bed, amenities of jungle suite

Nomade Tulum hotelOcean front master suite two bedroom shown below on left. Here is the ocean front cabana.

Great for families.

As is the spa...

Soothe and enliven your senses and journey through our healing waters, purified crystalline water pools, sauna and steam room while in your Tulum lodgings.

Traditional indigenous treatments, energy healing, deep muscle relaxation techniques, herbal and flower baths prepared in our custom made copper tubs are just some of the therapies you will experience by the finest professionals from around the world and Mexico.

The holistic concept in medical practice, which is distinct from the concept in the alternative medicine, upholds that all aspects of people's needs including psychological, physical and social should be taken into account and seen as a whole.

A 2007 study by someone somewhere said the concept was alive and well in general medicine in Sweden. Or was it Thiland?


Nomade Tulum hotelThis is the one for the family the ocean front master suite. A two bedroom master suite sleeps all.
Spacious two bedroom suite, situated on the second floor with great views fo the ocean. Specially designed for families. With one king bed and two queen beds.

Some practitioners of holistic medicine use alternative medicine exclusively, though sometimes holistic treatment can mean simply that a physician takes account of all a person's circumstances in giving treatment.

Sometimes when alternative medicine is mixed with mainstream medicine the result is called holistic medicine, though sometimes it is not. According to the American Holistic Medical Association it is believed that the spiritual element should also be taken into account when assessing a person's overall well-being and well being is best in Tulum lodgings

The Mayan Prince below has an important message for you. See his photo.

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rates in USD 2017 and 2018 per room per night plus 19% tax. Includes full American breakfast for two.
Prices for single or double occupation.
Except master suites
room max occupancy Aug 17 - Oct 31
2018
Nov 1 - Dec 23 2018 Dec 24 18 - Jan 11 2019 Jan 10 - Apr 11 2018 Apr 12 - Jun 30 2018 Jul 1 - Aug 16 2018
deluxe tent
3
210
240
340
260
220
240
standard room
2
250
280
410
310
265
280
jungle suite
3
300
340
490
375
310
340
arena suite
2
360
410
580
440
380
410
sea view cabana
2
430
490
700
500
460
490
ocean front cabana
2
505
580
840
650
510
590
ocean front master
two bedroom suite
4
600
670
970
740
640
680
ocean front master
two bedroom villa
4
660
740
1070
745
690
750
ocean front master
two bedroom villa
pool
4
750
840
1230
900
800
850
two bedroom ocean front
4
1000
1100
1570
1200
1100
1150
ocean front master suite
3
830
940
1350
1100
880
920
Extra person $95usd each per night | children up to 9 years of age free | 10 and over count as an adult
prices based upon single or double for tents, rooms, suites; quad basis for two bedroom suites
15% discount for early booking: when reservation made 45 or more days in advance of arrival


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rates in USD 2017 per room per night plus 19% tax. Includes full American breakfast for two.
Prices for single or double occupation.
Except master suites
room max occupancy Aug 17 - Oct 31 2017 Nov 1 - Dec 23 2017 Dec 24 17 - Jan 10 18
deluxe tent
3
165
175
230
standard room
2
175
190
260
jungle suite
3
220
250
330
arena suite
2
260
300
420
sea view cabana
2
340
390
500
ocean front cabana
2
430
490
620
ocean front master
two bedroom suite
4
490
540
750
ocean front master
two bedroom villa
4
520
570
800
ocean front master
two bedroom villa
pool
4
610
690
960
two bedroom ocean front
4
650
725
935
ocean front master suite
3
650
725
935
Extra person $95usd each per night | children up to 9 years of age free | 10 and over count as an adult
15% discount for early booking: when reservation made 45 or more days in advance of arrival


Did you know near your Tulum lodgings there's nightlife?
For sure you'll do the archeological zone in Tulum.
This mystical site perched on a hilltop has so much history to offer.
Tulum was one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayan people; it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico and destroying things.
night life:

And here see the charge of the night brigade going to get down and boggie.
MEZZANINE TULUM it's the Friday night beach fiesta at Mezzanine swingers.
Every Friday night the beach and terraces at Mezzanine are filled with cool and trendy people dancing under the moon and stars.
In recent years, Mezzanine has become a famous bar and nightclub1 among some of the best DJs in the world, bringing their Ibiza tunes to the stunning beaches of Tulum.
1 like Studio 54
There's House Music and Electronic.
House music does not mean Home Sweet Home, nor Home on the Range, nor that great This Old House.
Opens at 9pm with last call at 2.30am. Dig the Thursday Havana Nights Beach Party from 8-11pm so near these Tulum b&b lodgings
Tulum about one kilometer from the Town with the same name is an isolated archeological zone from the post classic period.
This was a good period. As opposed to 6.9 where that period ruins a good thing.
The Mayas were properous then in the Fourteenth Century and lived there until the Spanish arrived to mess things up.
Tulum has sixty buildings that are well preserved.
One can see the Toltec influence.
If by chance you see an empty beer can lying around, you may see the spring breaker influence.
The largest structure is the Castillo or Castle which is in fact a temple pyramid displaying architectural influences from the Toltec civilization, such as over-door niches and serpent-columns. In addition, the stucco sculpture which decorates the building recalls those at Mayapán. The halls of the Castillo, and also another Structure, are also notable for their well-preserved examples of beam-and-mortar roofs.
And all this so close to the Nomade Tulum, your lodgings in Tulum.
Tulum was an important centre trading in such typical barter goods of the period as cotton, foodstuffs, copper bells, axes, and cacao beans, and knock-off designer clothing like Chac Mool and Givenchy.
And Maya Jacobs handbags stuffed with corn tortillas.
Retard jeans.
The Temple of the Frescoes is a squat square building which has undergone several modifications over the centuries.
In the Classic period there seems only to have been a vaulted shrine, but this was later surrounded by a larger structure which had a four-column facade. Later still, the second storey was added. Stucco faces on the exterior suggest the building was dedicated to the god Itzamnaaj.
The good thing about Itzamnaaj is that she never asked anyone to murder their kids to prove their love.
But the pagan Mayans did human sacrafices anyway.
Don't sacrafice your comfort in Tulum. Book the Nomade Tulum with CancunSteve and enjoy air conditioning, WiFi, luxury amenities in an ecological haven.
An expedition of Christopher Columbus reached this area back in 1502. Some say Columbus discovered America. The indians were already here.

In the early 1500's the coast of Quintana Roo sufered many pirate attacks.
The good captain and his men were in danger of being boarded by a no good pirate ship the Worst Night. As the crew became uneasy, the captain bellowed to his skipper, "Bring me my red shirt!". The skipper (so called as he liked to hop skip and jump) quickly retrieved the captain's red shirt, which the captain put on and lead the crew to battle the pirate boarding party. Although some casualties occurred among the crew, the pirates were beaten.

Later that day, the battle was on, and once again the Captain and his crew repelled both boarding parties.
Weary from the battles, the men hung around on deck that night talking about the day's occurrences when an ensign looked to the Captain and asked, "Sir, why did you call for your red shirt before the battle?". The Captain, giving the ensign a look that only a captain can give, exhorted, "If I am wounded in battle, the red shirt does not show the wound and thus, you men will continue to fight unafraid". The men sat in silence marveling at the courage of such a stupid man.
At dawn, the annoying lookout screamed that there were twenty pirate ships, all with boarding parties on their way.
The men became silent and looked to their Captain for his usual command. The Captain, calm as ever, bellowed, "Bring me my brown pants!!"

The smart crew abandoned ship and checked-in to the Nomade Tulum and had a great time.

The earliest wall paintings in the archeological zone, which give the building its name, date to the 11th or 12th centuries CE, but some are certainly later, perhaps post conquest.
They depict figures performing various actions such as a woman grinding corn on a stone (metate), the goddess Chak Chel carrying two images of the god Chahk , and the Aztec god Tezcatlipoca with his black eye band and turquoise mask.
Some dumb US President with some animal skin on his head being chased by the ASPCA.
The Aztec god strongly suggests contact with central Mexican centres. Most figures are strikingly painted in blue on a black background, and panels are divided by twisted snake-like borders, perhaps representing umbilical cords and therefore a genealogical connection between the figures.
Frescoes appear on both the outer and inner walls of several other buildings at Tulum but always using only three colours – red, blue, and yellow (as paint was in limited supply) – with outlines painted in black and accompanied by funny lookin Maya glyphs which read stay in the Nomad Tulum.