Coqui Coqui is a charming little hideaway resort located on a long stretch of beautiful beach that’s away from the more crowded part of Tulum, south of Cancún in Yucatan Peninsula, and definitely aimed at those looking for peace and tranquility. The resort cleverly balances a mix of rustic beach charm with refined elegance.
The hotel is built of traditional Mayan stone and has a very different feel to the beach cabaña style resorts which are so typical of this area.
With just seven rooms the resort never feels busy or crowded. Each room features local Mexican fabrics and materials with design accents that have been influenced from as far away as Asia and Europe. Art and craftwork from around the world are also evident throughout.
The resort has a small restaurant that’s open for breakfast and by prior reservation for lunch. And if you fancy a change, you’ll find a good selection of restaurants just a short stroll down the beach.
Coqui Coqui is one of the few resorts in Tulum that offers full Spa services, from massages and facials to wonderful spa rituals. The spa is devoted to natural therapies—try a scrub made from sea salt and coconut, the coconut scrub and papaya body mask, or the unique Mayan clay treatment.
This is a fabulous destination for those looking for a romantic and relaxing escape. The design and focus of the hotel has couples in mind, but this would also be an excellent choice for a romantic wedding or small group of friends who could rent out the resort in its entirety.