With designers Derek Klein and Mike Moser charged with both the interior and architectural design of the Casa, they played with space and light, creating an airy atrium courtyard at the heart of the property with bedrooms centred around it - reminiscent of a Moroccan Riad.
Klein and Moser created a space that embraces the boho spirit of Tulum with a slightly more sophisticated and minimal edge to much of the competition. Reclaimed wooden furniture, hand-tiled flooring and light fittings hand-crafted by artist Justin James are just a few of the meticulous detail taken to create a unique design narrative to Casa Pueblo.
The modern traveller discerningly looks for those unique places to connect with like-minded people who are part of a global community. The minds behind Casa Pueblo believe when you have the choice, you will always stay in a place you feel at home. And it is just that, a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel for global nomads to call their temporary home.
At the nexus of tropical bohemianism and clean urban design, the hotel offers a host of features, from fresh dining options to a sparkling pool, an organic coffee shop, and then there are the 16 beautifully appointed rooms.
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