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HERO Mexico Azulik Exterior Beach View


In coastal Tulum on the Yucatán Peninsula, you’ll find Azulik blending into the lush jungle canopy. This network of technically impressive treehouses. Fantastic and modern in their design with local cultural elements woven in, they are connected by a web of wooden walkways high above a jungle wetland.

Choose between a sea villa with breathtaking ocean views (and the beach bar just below), or the Mayan villas. The latter are surrounded by lush vegetation and come with outdoor hot tubs. Within the wooden web of each villa is a bath with a Mayan mosaic impressed into the bottom. Water for your soak is sourced from Azulik’s cenote.


This is a Mexico eco-resort experience literally and figuratively elevated above the rest. Its buildings hover over a natural wetland, protected by the resort’s eco-conscious philosophy. The treehouses are without electricity and therefore items like lights, flat screens, or A/C, a choice that helps you to attune to the natural setting while staying there.

Several superb culinary options roost in the Azulik boughs. Kin Toh is the most exclusive, where you dine on Mayan-Mexican cuisine in private ‘nests’. A swing bridge leads to Tseen Ja and its menu of Japanese cuisine with Mexican inflections, cocktails, and superb sunset viewing opportunities. Finally, Cenote delivers a delicious tropical-style menu with a farm-to-table philosophy and locally-sourced ingredients.