Design Destination: Be Tulum

Be happy. Be free. Be who you are. But do it all at Be Tulum, the coastal Caribbean hideaway where natural meet palatial.

Be Tulum sits along white sand beaches and is covered by elements of the tropical jungle—palm trees, exotic fruit trees, dahlias, and is only a little ways south of Cancun. While the humble town is filled with beautiful ruins that date back to the Mayans and is uniquely built by the Yucatan sea-cliffs, this charming boutique spot is more than just another jewel within the town, it's a center stone.
Home to only 20 suites, Be Tulum, is designed with nothing more than all natural materials and its interiors that send you into a design daydream. Suites are marked by lush floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing the natural light to flow freely and decadent natural elements that nod at ancient design and the surrounding jungle—stone walls, walnut wood flooring, cowhide rugs, stone furnishings, and more. The rooms, all of which host a private pool or ground floor Jacuzzi, don't skip in the luxe department with beautiful lighting and 100% natural cotton sheets that make your dreams a little sweeter.
 
And when you're not cozied up in your quarters, and most of the time you won't be, you'll take advantage of the gorgeous beach where the opportunities to lounge seem endless. Thatch covered cabanas with cozy daybeds are scattered along the private (and insanely enchanting beach), while not to far off you'll find the Yaan Wellness Energy Spa that's complete with yoga, detox cleansing, massage therapy, herbal baths, clay treatments, saunas, sweat lodges, and all of the ultimate in seaside relaxation. Renewal anyone? Find it here
Be Tulum also encourages you to be merry and be full thanks to the beach club and lounge bar, which encourages sunrise and sunset meals (think exotic, local flavors), afternoon or candlelight cocktails, and good vibes all around.
From roof deck pools with waterfalls, the turquoise water before you and a rich history and jungle behind, you can't help but be anything other than at peace here. To be or not to be at Tulum? Is it even a question?
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