There are few very places in the world like Tulum and that's probably why this is the perfect setting for the unique hotel Azulik. This luxury establishment which resembles a nomad encampment offers its guests the unique experience of an intimate retreat on the shores of the Caribbean Sea

Each spacious tree house is made from Mexican-royal-ebony Khatalosh and features floor-to-ceiling windows providing natural daylight, mosquito nets. The tree house also has a private deck with outdoor day beds, seating areas and views of the lush jungle and the Caribbean Sea. The rooms are free of TV's, phone or electricity so you can relax and reconnect with nature.

This one-of-a-kind “off-the-grid” Eco-resort (no electricity, no TV, no phones, etc.) features 15 hand-crafted luxury Tree House suites, an organic café serving breakfast and lunch and dinner, a beach bar serving fresh Sushi and cool tropical drinks, and Tulum’s premier holistic Maya Spa and Healing Center.

Need to know

Azulik is a private, adults-only beach resort and Mayan Wellness Centre. It features a secluded, guest-only, clothing-optional beach which is perfect for sunbathing or swimming.

Facilities

  • Air conditioning Air conditioning
  • Coffee machine Coffee machine
  • Restaurant Restaurant
  • Spa facilities Spa facilities
  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi (free) Wi-Fi (free)
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Sunset over the ocean
View from the beach looking up at the villas
One of the many spots to chill away the hours
Covered lounge area over looking the ocean
View of the villas during the day
Another external view of the villas
Sparkling blue water
One of the many common areas
Pathway through the resort
One of the skypod lounges
Night stars over the sky lounge
View of one of the villas
Internal view of one of the villas
Internal view of one of the villas
One of the relaxing day spas
Internal view of one of the villas
Deck overlooking the ocean

Location

Tulum is set near the ancient Mayan city (by the same name) in southwestern Mexico, and it is one of the country’s most beautiful archaeological sites. Ideally located on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, it attracts a great many visitors eager to discover the treasures of Mayan civilization and to take advantage of all the superb fine sand beaches and local culture that Tulum has to offer.

How to get there

Tulum is located on the east coast of Mexico (about 2 hours south of Cancun). The closest major airport to Tulum is the Cancun International Airport. There is not a huge amount of public transport in the area, so you'll either need to hire your own car or organise a shuttle bus with the hotel.

Address: Carretera Tulum Ruinas KM 5 Rumbo a Boca Paila, Rojo Gomez, 77780 Tulum, Mexico

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