Dreams Tulum completes enhancements

Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts (UVC) completed the latest enhancement project at Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. A total of 222 guestrooms and suites were redesigned, the resort gardens were enhanced, and the Sky Sports Bar & Lounge Bar was given a new look.

All the 222 guestrooms and suites were enhanced with the following amenities: new furnishings, bathrooms complete with showers and Jacuzzi bathtubs, LED 42-inch flat screen televisions and LED lighting. In addition, Mexican influences reinforce the overall resort atmosphere.

Also, 44 of the 180 Deluxe and Junior Suite Garden View rooms were transformed into Preferred Club Swimout rooms, which grant guests direct access to a pool from their private terrace.


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A common area within the resort, the new Sky Sports Bar, now has a new design and LED HD televisions for a better entertainment experience. The Lounge Bar was also redone with new furnishings.

The resort grounds were improved as well, with the 44 acres of gardens on the property receiving fresh flowers, lush green plants, palm trees and fountains with LED lighting and sound.

Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts (UVC) also announced that this May, Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa will introduce 46 Deluxe Garden View, Junior Suite Garden View, Preferred Club Deluxe Swimout and Preferred Club Junior Suite Swimout rooms that will be exclusive to adults. These adults-only rooms and suites will be located in a secluded section of the resort, away from children.

Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa is located in the Riviera Maya. It is one of the only resorts in the Riviera Maya located a short distance to the ruins of Tulum and Xel-Ha. Dreams Tulum is an eco-friendly resort with a garden landscape of over 5,000 plants from around the region.