Tulum Treehouse includes large common areas, several spacious wrap-around terraces, multiple spaces for indoor-outdoor dining, and five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, so it can accommodate up to 10 people comfortably.
Locally sourced Tzalam wood contrasts throughout the house with polished white cement. Kitchen windows open to outdoor dining areas, and a massive 20-person rooftop dining table looks out onto spectacular views of endless jungle. Light and air flow through tranquil rooms appointed with local textiles and ceramics, Oaxacan rugs, and bespoke furnishings by Meridian artisans or sourced from Mexico City’s weekend antique market.
Through a two-tier price scheme, the house can be rented with only the three bedrooms of the main house, or as a five-bedroom accommodation, additionally encompassing the two-bedroom ground-level garden floor. Request the Treehouse here.
June 1 - Oct 26 - $1,250
Oct 27 - Dec 19 - $1,950
Dec 20 - Jan 20 - not available
Full house - 5 Bedrooms
June 1 - Oct 26 - $1,450
Oct 27 - Dec 19 - $2,450
Dec 20 - Apr 2018 - by request only
Concierge, Daily housekeeping, Continental breakfast
Inquire about brand activations and trunk show
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.
We strive to live in harmony with the environment and see our role as stewards of the land. With that in mind, the Treehouse relies on a full solar setup with a back-up generator, as well as a two-pronged water treatment and irrigation system to help preserve the fragile ecosystem that is the Tulum jungle and mangrove area.
Due to our solar energy system, certain appliances, such as high-wattage hair dryers, irons, and other heat sources, are not allowed on site.