Zamas hotel in Tulum


Legendary cabanas hotel in Tulum, Zamas is one of the original luxury resorts in Tulum and one of the most famous restaurants of the Mayan Riviera.

Reservations: (984) 877 8523


Inviting accommodations reflect a locally-inspired, organic architecture. Thatch roofs, stucco walls in beach-worn hues, and vibrant décor exude tropical warmth. Brightly colored hammocks and mosquito net-dressed beds add to the rustic chic allure. Since it opened in December 1993 ZAMAS, with its hip beachfront style, has enjoyed an eclectic and international clientele of honeymooners, fashion professionals, artists, families, techies, and everyone in between. It is a quintessential hangout, mixing colorful urban roots with laid back local vibes and jungle ambiance. The devoted clientele has spread the word and made ZAMAS one of the most popular spots in Tulum today.

Colorful and comfortable spaces, each of our rooms is unique in design and location. Some are individual cabañas situated on the beachside and others are separate suites within larger bungalows, nestled in the jungle. Our accommodations feature luscious beds, spacious private porches with hammocks, and large windows that open to fresh sea breezes. Embrace the unplugged lifestyle and indulge in massage and spa services in the peaceful seclusion of your room.

¡Que Fresco! Restaurant is the pulse of ZAMAS; widely renowned for its fantastic food, it creates a beckoning locale in the mode of Tulum as it should be. Executive Chef Gerardo Molina Cruz, who honed his passion for preparing elaborate meals in his grandmother’s kitchen, is committed to sourcing local ingredients to compose elegant, innovative, and seasonally driven dishes. Fresh in concept and preparation, the menu’s Mexican and Mayan flavors appeal to many palates. Fish is the signature item, from fresh lobster to grouper and snapper. ZAMAS’s wood-burning oven features prominently on the menu, providing us with warm oat bread, thin-crust pizzas, and charred pepper salsas.

Zamas restaurante

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