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In a place where the jungle meets the sea, we find Azulik Tulum. This sanctuary for reconnection and wellness aims to reconnect individuals and tribes with themselves, each other and the environment.
The private beach resort at Tulum called Azulik features different types of villas, there is something for everyone. For example, they are named after natural elements such as Aqua, Sky, Sea and Moon, creating an atmosphere of tranquillity and reconnection. This is achieved by reducing the impact of technology: the rooms have no air conditioning, television or electric light. In this way, care is taken of the environment and guests can fully immerse themselves in their beautiful surroundings. Deeply connected to the land, the villas are designed to enhance the feeling of reconnection with nature.
Reconnecting people with nature, art and themselves.
Furthermore, there are three special restaurants. At Kin Toh, guests can enjoy Maya-Mexican cuisine, while Tseen Ja focuses on Japanese and Mayan cuisine and Jungle Cuisine offers alchemical and medicinal gastronomy. In short, Azulik offers a magical experience, serving breakfast and lunch. As healing is central to the resort, you can also go here for holistic wellness and a beauty centre. Finally, the place forms a true art city where visitors can experience a true creative journey. The centrepiece is a contemporary art museum that welcomes some of the world's best visual artists. A full experience is offered at this hotel, so that every guest leaves the place feeling confident. Traditional Maya massages, healing therapies, medicinal herbal baths and traditional Maya temazcal sweat lodge treatments are also offered. Azulik is just three km south of the Tulum archaeological site and four km from Tulum city centre. Our Cancun International Airport is about a 90-minute drive from Azulik's location. This resort is bathed in understated luxury and design and removes anything garish. A perfect escape and haven for relaxation. Want to know more similar resorts? Then be sure to take a look at our coffee table book called PURE Hotels. Images courtesy of Azulik Tulum
Styling by Susana Ocaña
Photography by Eugeni Pons