Set at the edge of a tropical jungle, in between the trees and under the moving shadows, Tulum Treehouse is a collaborative space that brings together exceptional international design with the artisanal traditions and craftsmanship of the Yucatan region.
Born from the passions of a diverse group of designers and artisans from Tulum and abroad, this humble house is a place to welcome friends, as well as a canvas on which the talents of its makers find form and function.
Welcome friends, spend holidays with family, or bring your brand to Tulum.
The house can be rented in two configurations:
5 bedroom 6 bathroom house
- up to 150 days in adcance -
Jan 10 - Apr 30 - $2,450
May 1 - Jul 12 - $1,850
Jul 13 - Aug 20 - $2,450
Aug 21 - Oct 31 - $1,850
Nov 1 - Dec 20 - $2,450
Only bookable last minute based on availability
- up to 75 days in advance -
Rates Starting at
S Room - $245
M Room - $345
L Room $445
XL 2 BR Apartment $645
Rates are daily* & Include:
Concierge, Daily housekeeping, Continental breakfast
Inquire about brand activations and trunk shows
The house is set on the jungle side of the Tulum beach road.
Walking distance from the best bars, restaurants and shops in Town.
Restaurants: Arca, Hartwood, Gitano & Casa Jaguar.
Shops: Caravana, CALO, WildSea, La Troupe, Josa & Wandelust
The dense mangrove jungle that neighbors 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. Tulum is also home to the world’s second biggest coral reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, which extends from Mexico to Honduras and nurtures a spectacular array of coral, fish, and other sea life.
Tulum Treehouse is a collective effort, built on the collaboration of local artisans, builders, craftspeople, and a group of international designers with a global aesthetic vision. Dialogue between the makers has been key to the project, and the space is an embodiment of their collective backgrounds, sensibilities, and philosophies, while always paying respect to the natural habitat and artisanal traditions of the Yucatan.