• Tulum's El Pez Hotel Opens Two New Luxury Rooms

     
    POSTED May 6, 2019
     
  • Tulum's El Pez Hotel Opens Two New Luxury Rooms

     
    POSTED May 6, 2019
     
  • Tulum's El Pez Hotel Opens Two New Luxury Rooms

     
    POSTED May 6, 2019
     
  • Tulum's El Pez Hotel Opens Two New Luxury Rooms

     
    POSTED May 6, 2019
     
  • Tulum's El Pez Hotel Opens Two New Luxury Rooms

     
    POSTED May 6, 2019
     

El Pez, Tulum, Mexico's beachfront hotel, announced the opening of two new luxury rooms. The new rooms are located steps away from the beach, with direct access and views of the Caribbean Sea. Guests staying in the rooms also have access to their own private, lush jungle garden courtyard with a heatable plunge pool and an outdoor shower.

Each new room has air conditioning, a king bed, sofa, lounge area and bathroom, complete with double vanities. In one of the rooms, the king bed can be split into two twin beds, perfect for guests of all ages.

The new suites are designed by Colibri Boutique Hotels' interior designer Delfina Porras. The rooms feature a calming mix of Mayan stone, polished cement, tropical woods, natural Mexican handwoven fabrics and textiles, and a splash of nature's colors. They also feature large sliding glass doors to maximize views of the sea and surrounding nature. 

To complete the luxurious lifestyle these rooms provide, daily maid service, turndown featuring artisanal chocolates and herbal teas, WiFi, a safe and minibar stocked with local beverages and snacks, and freshly brewed coffee delivered in thermoses to the room's outdoor terrace each morning are also provided. 

"Staying true to our unpretentious and thoughtful approach to barefoot luxury hospitality today, while maintaining the essence and charm of the simple and rustic Tulum that we and our guests fell in love with many years ago, these rooms were designed to offer comfort and complement the natural beach environment," says Brendon Leach, CEO of Colibri Boutique Hotels.

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