Tulum Treehouse

Nestled within the lush Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, this jungle guest house is also a residency for artisans, chefs, designers working within Mexican craft traditions.

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Nestled within the lush Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, this jungle guest house is also a residency for artisans, chefs, designers working within Mexican craft traditions.

While Tulum has become a go-to for bachelorette parties and nightclubs, its original magic still exists if you know where to look. Tulum Treehouse is proof that Tulum hasn’t lost its vibe. Originally a private villa, TTH has transformed into a 4 room guesthouse celebrating slow living. An in-house chef, minimalist jungle vibes, and nightly rooftop gatherings bring together the best of what Tulum has to offer.

The Details

What makes it Kobu

Part exhibition, store, art studio, and kitchen which “uses the artisanal traditions and craftsmanship of the Yucatan region as a blank canvas for creative expression and collaboration”.
Designed by famous Annabell Kutucu & Tulum-based architecture studio Co-lab Design Office, who worked solely with locally sourced natural materials.

Directions

Cancun International Airport (CUN)

90 min by car

The Destination

Mexico

Tulum Treehouse, Mexico

From Tulum to Oaxaca and beyond, Mexico’s beaches, jungles and vibrant city experiences are second to none — think sunrise adventures and sunset spa visits, fresh guava and ceviche, mezcal and margaritas. Try out the country’s new fleet of trendy boutique hotels with progressive approaches to sustainability and craft.

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