Nestled in the tropical jungle of Mexico's Caribbean coastline is Tulum Treehouse, a modern and minimalist 5 bedroom jungle hideaway that merges seamlessly with its wild surroundings.
The Tulum Treehouse, faced in polished white concrete, is set back from Tulum's main beach road, where most of the area's accommodation, restaurants and shops are found, and sits adjacent to the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve.
It was designed as a collaborative effort by local architecture firm Co-Lab Design Office, Berlin-based designer Annabell Kutucu. The interiors feature a unique mix of products by local craftspeople including carpenters, basket weavers, ceramicists La Chicharra and textile label Caravana.
The house can be rented either as a three-bedroom, four-bathroom house or in its five-bedroom entirety—perfect for a range of gatherings and holidays with friends or family—and features a 20-person rooftop dining table overlooking the endless jungle that surrounds it.
The Treehouse also includes several large common areas, a spacious wrap-around terrace, multiple spaces for indoor-outdoor dining, a large fully-equipped kitchen on the second floor as well as numerous other private spaces to relax.
The Treehouse is located just outside the main strip of Tulum Beach. This means that it is a bit more private and relaxed than you might otherwise experience when staying in the area.
The dense mangrove jungle that neighbours the Tulum Treehouse feeds a great diversity of fauna and flora and purifies the local water source. A beach road leads from the Treehouse to the main entrance of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, a national park home to jaguars, panthers, crocodiles, dolphins, and other exotic species, as well as a spectacular terrain of Mayan ruins, pyramids, canals and lagoons.
Address: Tulum, Quintana Roo, MexicoView larger map