This new hotel on the Tulum beachfront opened in December, 2015. The property has a Moroccan feel—in the common spaces, floors are lined with mismatched carpets, the low tables are surrounded by colorful poufs, and embroidered cushions serve as inviting seats. The main buildings have palapa-style roofs, and, in line with Tulum’s eco-friendly ethos, natural materials are used throughout the property.There are two restaurants here: Macondo, which serves vegan food, and La Popular, a beach grill. Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the hotel is the variety of the 51 rooms—they range from air-conditioned tents and jungle rooms to oceanfront suites, several with private pools. Daily yoga on a rooftop pavilion (every morning at 8 a.m.) and breakfast are both included in the price. And of course, there’s the additional benefit of direct access to Tulum’s gorgeous beach, a wide swath of sand with postcard-perfect turquoise waters.