In the exotic and famous Tulum, the French architect Laura Vautherin designed an 8-room hotel, the 16 Tulum, which in addition to offering a spectacular view of the jungle, also has enough space for any future expansion.
The jungle shelter is already a popular choice for visitors close to Aldea Zama and Avenida Kukulkan. Four of the eight suites you will find in the house include their own pools and gardens while the glass roofs and private terraces connect the interior with the exterior. Rustic touches come in harmony with the carved stone sinks, the dried palm leaves, and the cacti one finds along with the house. At the same time, the common areas are covered by green and whitewashed walls on which the sun is reflected.
Very soon, Laura Vautherin will expand the hotel, adding three adjacent plots to create extra suites, a spa, and a restaurant.