Exceptional Values! Honeymooners: Bottle of sparkling wine, fruit basket, honeymoon dinner with a bottle of house wine, and room upgade (based on availability, min. 5 night stay). Family: Two kids ages 12 and under stay, play, and eat free.
Relax in the natural beauty of Mexico's Riviera Maya. Oasis Tulum is located on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mexican Caribbean, only ten miles from the city of Tulum. Enjoy the scenery and soothing serenity that go along with an unforgettable, all-inclusive vacation for the entire family.
Nestled in a tropical jungle, Oasis Tulum offers adults and kids countless ways to have fun. Sunbathe on the white-sand beach or go snorkeling and scuba diving at one of the most incredible coral reefs in the world. Take a dip in a pool or head to the world-class spa to sweat it out in the Temazcal (Mayan sauna). Oasis Tulum has two tennis courts, a multi-purpose court, and a gym to keep you fit. Guests also have access to a driving range and putting green (an 18-hole golf course is located next door), fishing, and a scuba center.
Oasis Tulum has nine restaurants and nine bars. Dining options include an international buffet, along with Mexican, Italian, and Asian eateries. The indoor and outdoor bars serve refreshing drinks. At night, relax in comfortable accommodations featuring air-conditioning, cable TV, a hair dryer, and extra amenities.
This property features an excellent location in Akumal, close to Tulum and Xel-Ha. Cancun Airport is60 miles north, downtown Cancun is 75 miles away.
Disco / Nightclub
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Physician on Call
Number of Pools: 3
Outdoor Pools: 3
There are three swimming pools and two beachfront jacuzzis. Poolside bar.
Puerto Aventuras Golf Club
The Puerto Aventuras Golf Club features a 3,255 yard course designed by Tomas Dehmann. Guests of the hotel receive discounted greens fees.
Green Fees: $30 (approx)
Cart Fee: $17 (approx)
Club Rental Fees: $15 (APPROX)
Number of Courts: 2
Outdoor Courts: 2
Lighted Courts: 1
Court Fee: Complimentary
Raquet Rental Fees: Contact Hotel
Water Sports on Site
Fishing: Additional Charge
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Paddle Boats: Complimentary
JetSki / Waverunner: Additional Charge
Other Sports Available
Other Sports: Beach Volleyball, Pedal Boats. New Pitch and Putt course.
Health Club / Spa
Sauna: Additional Charge
Facials: Additional Charge
Oasis Tulum is a magnificent tropical beach resort tucked away in the beautiful and secluded oceanfront community of Akumal. This resort features a Mexican-regional style of architecture and a relaxing atmosphere.
The coral reef directly in front of the hotel provides a wonderful site for snorkeling, and the hotel offers unlimited domestic drinks, nightly entertainment, four swimming pools two beachfront whirlpools and two tennis courts.
Beach: Oasis Tulum is on 700 meters of white sandy beach on Akumal Bay. This is considered one of the best beach areas of the Mexican Caribbean.
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 noon
Total Rooms: 356
Year Opened: 1986
Room safes have a per day fee. **No Spring breakers**.Must be at least 18 years old. A swimsuit cover up or t-shirt and proper foot wear in all restaurants. Nice casual dress required for dinner bermuda shorts are permitted.
1 King or 2 double beds, Oceanfront, balcony or terrace, Satellite TV, Safe ($), Direct dial telephone, Bathroom withshower/tub, Hairdryer
Other Amenities -
1 King or 2 double beds, garden view, balcony or terrace, Satellite TV, Safe ($), Direct dial telephone, Bathroom withshower/tub, Hairdryer
Other Amenities -
There is a per day fee for use of the room safe.
Oasis Tulum features 1 meal plan options:
All Meals, Drinks & Tips
There are 6 Restaurants at Oasis Tulum:
Dos Lunas -
Italian a la carte with flavors of the Caribbean. Open for lunch (1pm to 4pm) and dinner (7pm to 10pm).
A casual restaurant open for buffet breakfast (7am to 10:30pm), a la carte or buffet lunch (12:30pm to 3:30pm), buffet dinner (6:30pm to 10:30pm) & snacks (11am to 10pm).
Snack La Terraza -
Snacks and sandwiches for in-between meals or light snacks. Service (12:00-10:00).
Sushi Beach Bar -
Asian flavors in a Caribbean atmosphere. Open from 12pm to 8pm.
Asian specialties offering fresh fish and seafood, dinner (7:00-10:30).
Sarape Restaurant -
Mexican & International Specialties, ala carte. Some menu items (i.e. Lobster) require an additional charge. Open for lunch (1pm to 4:30pm) and dinner (7pm to 10pm).
ACTIVITIES & ENTERTAINMENT
Daily Activities & Entertainment:
Numerous activities, guests can explore fabulous Mayan ruins and take walking tours of the jungle.
Nightly Activities & Entertainment:
Live nightly entertainment
Supervised child care/activities.
Babysitting Fee: $8.00 per hr
Advance Notice for Babysitting: 24 Hours
Vacations Customer Satisfaction Score
24 past Apple Vacationers would recommend Oasis Tulum to their friends and family
Our visit was 8 days and from the time we arrived to the day we left we were greeted with open arms and treated with respect and took care of all our needs. All staff were friendly beyond...
Our visit was 8 days and from the time we arrived to the day we left we were greeted with open arms and treated with respect and took care of all our needs. All staff were friendly beyond expectations, facilities and room were clean and everything worked. Beach, pools and grounds were clean and it was obvious that the staff showed pride in what they do. The front reception staff was outstanding in assisting us and others. When it was raining they had indoor activities planned. We enjoyed every minute and had so much fun. We will recommend Grand Oasis Tulum to friends and family and we will stay here again. Thank you Grand Oasis Tulum and staff.
I would return
Thu Sep 04 23:46:22 EDT 2014
At the last minute, we wanted an inexpensive all inclusive vacation and we picked Oasis Tulum with the help of the reviews from trip advisor. Let me get straight to the point, would I return to...
At the last minute, we wanted an inexpensive all inclusive vacation and we picked Oasis Tulum with the help of the reviews from trip advisor. Let me get straight to the point, would I return to Oasis Tulum? The answer is a positive ?Yes?.
The reasons for returning and tips for staying at the Oasis Tulum are as follows:
? There is world class snorkeling right from the resort?s beach. We saw all kinds of fishes and corals. The resort offered free snorkeling tours. Richardo and Nadia were excellent guides.
? Clean sandy beach and there are no vendors hawking local souvenirs
? The resort provided value for your dollar.
? Clean rooms and safe environment.
? The resort is small and well maintained. Getting a beach chair was not an issue. Food was plentiful. There is never a line up.
? For a great cappuccino, ask Victor at the Sarape restaurant to make one for you. In addition, Sarape makes the best fish taco I have ever eaten.
? Easy access to Playa del Carmen using Colectivo which is the local transportation bus (van). We were told there is a bus every 15 minutes stopping at the front of the resort. Have the front desk call for a cart to drive you out to the front gate. Tell the Colectivo driver where you want to go. It cost 35 pesos to go to Playa del Carman and you pay after you get to Playa del Carman. On your return, the front gate can call for a cart to come pick you up.
? There is a Walmart in Playa del Carmen and we picked up some short swim fins that were on sale. Walmart does provide the best price for liquor in Playa del Carmen. Just be aware that the duty free at the Cancun airport offers the same prices and you don?t have to pack the bottles in your luggage.
? I had to replace a snorkeling mask and the snorkeling shack on the resort provided a good selection and was only slightly more expensive than an off the shelf mask in Walmart.
? It was very easy to rent a smart car at the resort. For $60 USD including insurance, we visited the ruins at Coba and Tulum. The highway is in excellent condition and signs are well placed, just be careful with the topas (speed bumps). It is 25 km from the resort to Tulum and 45 km from Tulum to Coba. We had to pay for the gas and rental agent?s estimate of 140 pesos of gas was right on the money. It?s probably easier to pay to park near the ruins (40 and 59 pesos) than it is to park away and walking to the ruins. Expect to pay triple the normal price for anything at the ruins (drinks).
? Once inside Coba, you can rent a bicycle for 40 pesos. It?s not necessary as the pyramid that can be climbed is only 2 km from the entrance. Same with Tulum, you can pay for a ride from the parking lot to the front gate or you can walk about 1.5 km.
? The best place we found for exchanging USD was the Scotia bank in Tulum. On Aug 28, they offered an exchange rate of 12.65. Pay in pesos if you can. Everyone will accept USD, but you are guaranteed to lose out on the exchange.
? We flew with Sunwing and their staffs are well educated. The staff gave very good instructions on avoiding time share vendors, retaining exit document, finding the bus and providing the schedule to return home.
? Over 3 hour bus ride to the resort from the airport.
? Buffet food was mostly Mexican. The food is good as long as you don?t mind the limited choices.
? Resort is an older resort. The ?non-grand? front desk has a very small lobby with old furniture.
? Air conditioning in the room could work better.
? You have to pay for WIFI.
? The Al Sur restaurant requires long pants and I was refuse entry as I did not have long pant. On another day I saw a man eating in the restaurant and wearing shorts.
Very nice first All Inclusive experience. Excellent Food!!
LuisFernandoRubio, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Thu Sep 04 17:59:08 EDT 2014
My wife and I spent four nights in Playa del Carmen while we visited the ruins, Xcaret and Xplore.
After we were done with the park visits we moved to Oasis Tulum to relax and...
My wife and I spent four nights in Playa del Carmen while we visited the ruins, Xcaret and Xplore.
After we were done with the park visits we moved to Oasis Tulum to relax and enjoy 3 days of rest, I have to point out that this was our first all inclusive experience.
First of all, this hotel like many other hotels is divided in two sections, Grand Oasis Tulum and Oasis Tulum, the difference between the two is the location of the rooms, price of course and the access you receive with your reservation. We reserved a room with the Oasis Tulum just because it was our first time at an all inclusive hotel, we were going to be there only for 3 nights and I didn?t think we were going to have time to enjoy everything available at the hotel.
Location, the hotel is about 45 minutes away from Playa del Carmen, and about 1 hr and 30 min from the airport, they don?t have transportation at the hotel so you have to pay for your transportation to arrive there and when you leave to the airport, consider that please. The area is extremely calmed and has a beautiful beach.
Rooms, we got a very large room in front of the ocean, with a kitchen, small table and king bed, and A/C. not the most modern decoration or in the best shape but it was ok, I mean it is a very humid weather so paint and wood tend to deteriorate very rapidly, can they do a better job at the rooms? I think so, did we really care about the room? Nor really, we were at the beach all day anyway and we are not very picky.
Service, you can see the list of restaurants and bars at the hotels website so I will not go into a lot of detail on this, the difference between Oasis Tulum and Grand Oasis is that Grand Oasis gives you access to everything, did we miss anything by staying at Oasis Tulum?? Nop, I can?t complain, we had more than enough options to drink and eat during our 4 day/ 3 night stay. If you are staying here longer I do recommend reserving at Grand Oasis, I?ve heard very nice comments from friends who have reserved at Grand Oasis and they were very pleased.
Open bar on all restaurants, food available in different restaurants thought the day and the hotel has two restaurants that require reservation and have a dress code for dinner, I really recommend taking the time and reserving your table for dinner, you will be served a 4 or 5 course meal of high end cuisine, served by very well train an educated staff. We had dinner at Al Sur and were served by Cosmos, I could not be more happy with our food and especially service, Cosmos was an excellent server.
Bottom line, would I recommend this hotel? YES. Would I go back to this hotel, YES and I will reserve with Grand Oasis just to try the other restaurants. Perfect for couples and family, very nice place to eat, drink and relax at the beach.
Great Family experience
WTimm, North Vancouver, Canada
Tue Sep 02 04:08:41 EDT 2014
We stayed at this resort for a week at the beginning of August 2014 and then transferred to the Grand Sunset. This resort has a wonderful small, family type atmosphere. The rooms need upgrading...
We stayed at this resort for a week at the beginning of August 2014 and then transferred to the Grand Sunset. This resort has a wonderful small, family type atmosphere. The rooms need upgrading, although they are clean. We were upgraded to beach front rooms which definitely was a bonus for us. Nidia and Dulce lead us daily in wonderful yoga on the beach. They are such caring, dedicated staff. A highlight was scuba diving. Joelle is one of the most patient instructors I have ever met and he made this experience amazing for us. The food is average, but tasty and if you want a treat, then book at Al Sur. Cleo was our manager and he and his staff went above and beyond to make our dinners on both nights incredible. If you like snorkeling, this is the resort for you. You walk into the sea and are surrounded immediately by stunning water and snorkeling availability. A walk or drive to Akumal is a must as the snorkeling there is world class with reef and abundance in marine life. The shows at night are professional and Ricardo is Myra are excellent presenters. This resort offers personal service and they make you feel right at home.
AlvaroUY2013, Montevideo, Uruguay
Mon Sep 01 20:17:18 EDT 2014
We stayed one week in June and enjoyed every single day. Nice restaurants, food and drinks. The beach is awesome and snorkeling is great and easy even for the oldest person. Staff was specially kind...
We stayed one week in June and enjoyed every single day. Nice restaurants, food and drinks. The beach is awesome and snorkeling is great and easy even for the oldest person. Staff was specially kind and always trying to make our stay the best. And price was very reasonable. We will come back!
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