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Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa

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Escape to a tropical paradise, perfectly situated in the beautiful city of Tulum on Mexico’s Riviera Maya. A secluded stretch of sand as white as sugar and 44 acres of lush gardens, this beautiful property will leave you speechless. The city of Tulum, its famous Mayan ruins, and the Xel-Ha natural water park are great nearby attractions that the whole family can enjoy.

Details:

Rooms:

432 spacious, elegant rooms and finely decorated suites in contemporary Mexican style with marble floors. Each has a private balcony or terrace offering stunning views of the lush gardens or the Caribbean Sea and its white sand beach. We also have a section for adults only, offering a full luxury experience in a relaxing atmosphere.

Making a Difference:

Certification Score
Environmental management:
91%
Sociocultural management:
85%
Business management:
92%
Overall Performance:
90%
Supporting Community
Number of Employees:
599
Percentage of local employees:
99

At Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa, we are committed to maintaining and promoting sustainability in all of our activities. Our goal is to make continual improvements to protect and preserve our environment, prevent, and minimize negative impacts and conserve natural resources following current environmental regulations, based on a spirit of ecological responsibility, cooperation, and the implementation of clean technologies.

We also have strong social and cultural commitments. We understand that if we contribute to local social and economic development and the promotion of our culture, we can improve our community. We are sensitive to the needs of our employees and community. Exceptional service is paramount, and we constantly seek to satisfy and exceed the expectations of our guests and employees. We have set up sustainable procurement chains in which we give priority to local and national suppliers, always ensuring that products provided meet optimum quality standards.

We believe that small actions bring great changes and that we can contribute to the long-term preservation of this important tourist destination by balancing responsible economic, socio-cultural, and environmental development.

Forest canopy - photo by Sergio Izquierdo

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