Only some Tulum clubs accept USD, but they have their own currency exchange rates in their favor. So, it is best to bring pesos in cash instead.
Tulum clubs have the least visitors during the month from April to August. Furthermore, some clubs may close due to the low seasons.
Tulum clubs will have the most visitors on weekends, especially during the high season, from around September to March.
You can only pay with cash, pesos, USD, or card at some places. But as a rule of thumb, cash is king and the safest option to pay for your orders.
The music at Tulum clubs is most commonly electronic, deep house, and tribal melodies. During special events, Tulum clubs will invite resident or renowned Djs to perform on stage for the audience.
The minimum spending at Tulum clubs is around 2,000 pesos or 100 USD, depending on the season. Minimum spending primarily applies if you reserve a table at any club by the beach.
People often go to clubs at night if they are looking to dance and party, and some go to beach clubs during the day to dine under the sun.
Most nightclubs generally close until 3 am, and some close until the morning. On the other hand, day beach clubs usually close around 6 pm.
Tulum does have an exciting and magical nightlife filled with plenty of experiences to explore. Learn more about the best to-do list in nightlife and if nightlife in Tulum is expensive.
Tulum has plenty of good clubs for all budgets and offers a range of experiences to guests. Whether you are looking for something luxurious or rustic, Tulum has it all!