Tulum Treehouse is a tropical resort in Mexico perched high in the canopy of the jungle. The five bedroom property designed by CO-LAB Design Office features multiple living spaces and options for alfresco dining. The huge rooftop terrace offers incredible views of the dense mangrove jungle that the hotel inhabits. A small beach road connects the resort to Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve which houses exotic species like panthers, crocodiles and dolphins.
The building’s exterior and interior walls are rendered in polished white cement for a sleek, tactile aesthetic. The tropical resort In Mexico is a collaboration between international designers and local artisans, with lots of handmade textiles and items on show. Interior designer Annabell Kutucu worked with these craftspeople to create an interior that was respectful to its environment and maintained local charm. The use of Tzalam wood is the stand-out feature, its dark grain contrasting against the rest of the neutral, textural palette.
This architecturally designed tropical resort in Mexico is able to be booked as a complete, private house with five bedrooms and six bathrooms which is perfect for families or groups of friends. Alternatively, you can book the retreat as a three bedroom option, occupying only the upper levels. Most bedrooms have access to outdoor terraces, complete with hammocks and outdoor showers.
The luxurious treehouse escape is nestled away in Tulum, a popular travel destination filled with beautiful beaches and a rich history. This eco-friendly resort is the ideal spot for enjoying the laid back vibe of Tulum.
Photography by Brechenmacher and Baumann.