Alito Hotel

Tulum, Mexico
Moderate Small Beach

Alito Hotel is a small hotel located on a wide expanse of beach and is pretty much the nearest hotel to the famous Mayan ruins.

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Simple hotel on a lovely beach

Although located on the beach, Alito Hotel is actually situated within the Jaguar National Park, a near 3000 hectare reserve that is home to both the Tulum Mayan ruins and unspoiled natural woodland.

The beachfront restaurant faces directly over the Caribbean and is open daily from 8am to 10pm. Breakfast is included in our rates while, for both lunch and dinner, a variety of local and international dishes are on offer.

The Beach Club at Alito Hotel is located right next to the restaurant and provides seating and lounging options. Please note however that the Beach Club is also open to non-residents who pay a daily fee to use the hotel’s facilities.

In total, Alito Hotel features just 29 rooms spread across a surprisingly wide variety of room categories: Queen Comfort room, Double Queen Comfort room, Romance Mayan Bungalow, Queen Mayan Bungalow, Honeymooner Mayan Bungalow, Family Bungalow, & Deluxe Mayan Suite.

All rooms feature private bathrooms &  a/c and are simply but tastefully furnished with a decor that reflects traditional Mayan styles. Please note that only the Suite features a tv in the room.

The beach really is the star of the show here and, apart from a massage service, this is not a hotel that offers countless amenities and services. Bring a good book or two.

(As the hotel is located within a national park, please note that there is a 58 daily peso entrance fee that must be paid to enter the reserve. Guests can leave and then return to the park the same day without having to pay the fee again while, if they never leave the park, they only need to pay the fee once, on arrival. Please note that the fee in question – approx US$3 – does not include entrance to the ruins).


Tulum beach

Alito Hotel Tulum (Formerly La Diosa), Carretera Cancún - Tulum, Zona Hotelera Tulum, Zona Hotelera, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico


The huge expanse of beach


The Beach Club is open to non-hotel guests

At A Glance

    Food & Drink Food & Drink

  • — Bar
  • — Restaurant

    Features Features

  • — Beach Club
  • — Free wifi
  • — Massage

    Rooms Rooms

  • — 29 rooms in total
  • — Choice of room categories

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