Tulum, Mexico

Tulum, Mexico

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STAY.

Coqui Coqui

The neutral serenity and slightly bohemian romantic vibes of this place is what makes it the ultimate jungle hideaway.

This hotel respects the local aesthetic of the region: earthy colors, cotton fabrics, laid-back furniture and hand-made accessories.

Also, the Coqui Coqui Perfumeria displays and sells fragrances inspired by the ancient scents of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Each fragrance captures a different place or element from the Mexican landscape.

N.B: Due to the Tulum hotel raids, Coqui Coqui has temporarily moved to Coba, a short drive from Tulum.

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EAT. 

Posada Margherita 

Located right on the beach, this adorable Italian restaurant is worth a try!

The ambiance and decor are very boho-chic as the place is surrounded with ceramic vessels, potted plants and glass bottles reflecting the scenery’s light.

Its menu lists classic Italian dishes and great cocktails.
I personally recommend the pasta with zucchini and shrimp!

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Hartwood

This beloved restaurant is inspiring on the quality, color, and taste of its dishes which involves locally-caught seafood, mostly cooked in a wood-fired grill, ceviche, as well as beef and vegetables.

The New York native chef really masters every dish by using local organic ingredients and the menu changes daily based on what the sea and land has to offer.

Doors open at 6 and reservations are advised.

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DRINK

Gitano

It’s impossible to visit this beachy jungle bar and not be mesmerized by it!

The decor is fantastic and their Mezcal cocktails will make you want to happily dance underneath the disco ball and palm trees.

I recommend the “Jungle Fever” and “Stardust”

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