The music can get really loud and annoying if you try to sleep in the hotel rooms. So if you are staying at a hotel with nearby public rooftops. This is the majority of bad reviews from customers complaining that
Yes, it can get challenging to look for a parking space in Tulum, especially in the hotel zone during the high season. In these areas, many parking spaces are owned by hotels (which are hard to notice when you are
Only some Tulum rooftops accept USD, but they have their own currency exchange rates in their favor. So, it is better to bring pesos in cash to be safe.
Due to the low season, Tulum rooftops have the least visitors from April to August.
Tulum rooftops will have the most visitors on weekends, especially during the high season, from around September to March.
Sometimes you can only pay with cash, in pesos and USD, or a card at some places like the beach zone. But as a rule of thumb in Tulum, cash is king, and it’s the safest option to pay for
The music at Tulum rooftops is most commonly electronic, deep house, and techno melodies. Sometimes, resident DJs will perform the music live and make people dance!
The minimum spending at some Tulum rooftops, like Karma Tulum, is around 2,000 pesos or 100 USD, depending on the season. But most rooftops in town don’t have a minimum spending requirement.
People will go to rooftops in Tulum often around sunset. So it’s better to book a table beforehand.
Most rooftops will close until late at night, around 10pm to 11pm, or few until the morning.