Tansy Kaschak

Casa Pueblo Tulum

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  • Where:Tulum, Mexico

  • Why:To escape the New York winter.

  • When:December 2018

  • Who:Me and some magical animales.

Highs & Lows

  • The lush greenery.

  • The gorgeous architecture and interior design.

  • The inspiring people you’ll meet.

  • Dream bed: oversized and perfect-density mattress wrapped in luxurious Parachute white linen sheets.

  • The warmth and politeness of the staff.

  • The rooftop: great meditation spot and fun weekly music sessions.

  • The attention to detail that goes beyond aesthetics: I saw the owner get up from a dining table to assist travelers looking for information – and changed their outside plastic cup for a proper glass.

  • The main avenue location means a fair bit of noise, but nothing a good pair of ear plugs can't remedy. And the property is about to improve their window's insulation.

The Barometer

  • Design

  • Website

  • Life Changing

  • Plastic Free

  • Overall Value

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Takable Treats

  • Refer a Friend

Total: 47/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Design-led hotel and creative hub.

  • Vibe

    Tropical minimalism. And more than a good lodging option, Casa Pueblo is a destination for international visitors and locals alike to meet, connect and create.

  • Location

    At the beginning of Tulum Pueblo a.k.a. downtown, perfect to explore the Yucatán peninsula and its ruins, cenotes, and colonial towns. Also a quick ride from the local beaches.

  • Rooms

    16

  • Music

    Refined, fun, eclectic selection of tunes you’ll want to Shazam.

  • Year Opened

    January 2018

  • Designed By

    Derek Klein and Mike Moser.

  • Pool/Gym

    Salt water pool.

  • Restaurant

    Yes – delicious and hearty food all day long.

  • Bar

    Yes

  • Minibar

    No minibar.

  • Wifi

    Free high speed Wi-Fi.

  • Children

    The hotel accepts children but parents with strollers should be aware there is no elevator and rooms are located on second and third floors. But the stairs are wide and very easy to walk up.

  • Price

    From $150 in the low season...affordable and worth every peso.

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