Travel | Tulum Treehouse, Mexico…

I’ve got a need to holiday in Tulum, Mexico.  Ever since Noma opened their restaurant there, and I know that it’s ‘go to destination’ for any good LA influencer.  I must visit.  Tacos every day!  But where would I stay?  I recently discovered the Tulum Treehouse whilst browsing Pinterest.  So, continuing in my series of ‘places where I’d like to stay’ let’s have a look around.

Nestled in the lush Mayan jungle close to the Caribbean Sea  is the Tulum Treehouse, a home that is sustainable in nature and minimalist in design.

The luxurious 5 bedroom jungle hideaway which has multiple outdoor spaces, seamlessly merging with its surroundings. A striking mix of hard geometric lines of polished concrete is softened with views of the jungle from all the windows. The terraces and open-air spaces create an immersive jungle experience for the guests.

Inside the spaces are minimal, raw and organic, which allow a slower pace of life and invite one to reset, to create space, to nurture silence and to reconnect.

Locally sourced Tzalam wood contrasts throughout the house with polished white cement. Kitchen windows open to outdoor dining areas, and a massive 20-person rooftop dining table looks out onto spectacular views of endless jungle.

Light and air flow through tranquil rooms appointed with local textiles and ceramics, Oaxacan rugs, and bespoke furnishings by Meridian artisans or sourced from Mexico City’s weekend antique market.

The hotel can be booked as individual rooms or the whole hotel with a capacity of 10 guests.  So in which case, who is coming with me?

Tulum Treehouse

Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Room rates

Full House (5 bedroom/6 bath) -Low Season – $1850, High Season – $2450

Independent Room – Rates starting at S Room – $245, M Room – $345, L Room – $445, XL 2 BR Apartment – $645

*Rates are daily and include: Concierge, Daily Housekeeping, Continental Breakfast

Bookings:  Via their website.

Collaboration Note:  This post is in no way sponsored or paid for. Images are courtesy of Tulum Treehouse.

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