While it remains to be seen all the amenities that the Tulum International Airport will eventually offer, it’s safe to say that the terminal will provide what domestic and international travelers have become accustomed to. This will include secure paid parking areas, a selection of dining options inside the terminal, shopping, immigration offices, ATMs, and currency exchange services.
Rental Car Companies: Onsite car rental services currently include Avis, Europcar, and Hertz. Other rental car companies may move in later.
WIFI: Connect to the free wifi at the Tulum Airport for 1 hour by using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. For added convenience, visitors can also use wifi kiosks to access the internet.
Restaurants: Of course, the Tulum Airport has various food and drink options ranging from local specialties to international cuisines. Some of the cafes and restaurants that have already opened at the Tulum Airport are Beso, Tulum Beach, and Raw Love Café.
Sleep: There is no need to despair if you have a long layover or an overnight transfer at the Tulum Airport. You can nap or rest by using new sleeping pods available at the airport. Sleeping pods can be rented by the hour or by the day. These specially designed capsules offer a cozy and private space to sleep or relax. They come with a luggage compartment, a reclining chair, a power socket, a lamp, and a window shade.
Luggage Storage: If you have a lengthy layover but don’t want to carry your luggage around with you, simply store your luggage at the airport luggage storage for a small fee, either by the hour or by the day.
Smoking Areas: Smoking is prohibited inside the airport, but you can use the designated smoking lounges outside the terminal building. There is a fee, and you will need to pay a $25 fine if you are caught smoking in non-smoking areas.