BARS IN TULUM
Set out below are a selection of the bars in Tulum we visited. These include bars in the town and the hotel beach zone.
Situated south along the hotel zone road is Hemingways Cabanas. It was rather quiet when we arrived in the evening but it had some beautiful cabanas and seats on the beach which would be lovely during the day.
It was a little pricier than some of the bars for a beer and cocktail but lovely surroundings and rather romantic!
This mojito bar in Tulum (downtown) is a favourite in all books and blogs so we had to check it out. With a VW beetle in the middle of the bar where they cut the ginger for the mojitos and store alcohol, we were sold! It has live music and a decent selection of mojitos which are all around 120 pesos (£6).
We had the classico and the ginger mojito which were really tasty and the staff were lovely. Definitely a must visit bar in Tulum!
Pretty much opposite Batey (above) is Pasito Tun Tun with two swings outside and a spacious interior.
I sat on the swing sipping a Mango Daiquiri and a Margarita. The drinks were a little more expensive than some places (130 pesos for a margarita and 90 pesos for the daiquiri) but were delicious. The bar had a chilled vibe.
Matteos has a three tiered sunset lounge which (as it sounds) offers lovely views of the sunset over the jungle. They also have a happy hour 2-4-1 between 5-7pm with a choice of beers or around 8 cocktails.
We had strawberry and basil mojitos and mango margaritas which were delicious. It got busier around 6 – 6:30 so get there early for a good seat for the unset. The bar has friendly staff and a laid back vibe.
On the main avenue, we were attracted to this venue with fairy lights and a few tables outside. We sat at the bar for an hour having some happy hour cocktails at a very reasonably priced 99 pesos for two (£5).
We had margaritas and mojitos and, as seems to be the general theme in Mexico, the staff were friendly and the atmosphere was relaxed. Estancia Jujena also offers a range of food including pizzas from their wood stone ovens.
East London Girl: Bars in Tulum