Bahía Príncipe Tulum

Bahía Príncipe Tulum

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250 Crta Chetumal, Tulum, 77737, Mexico

Gran Bahia Principe Tulum is connected to four other resorts in the Riviera Maya area, and has tropical gardens and native fauna that are found in Mayan forests. The 858 guest rooms differ in size and proximity to the beach. The brightly colored accommodations are located in three-story villas connected by large sidewalks that crisscross the grounds. The resort has a golf course, three on-site restaurants, a spa, and four pools—one of which is the size of a small lake and another is a dolphinarium—a pool where guests can swim with dolphins.

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