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Tulum is changing. The beaches just south of the Mayan
ruins used to be scattered with just a few rustic beach
cabanas, but Mezzanine is changing that with its
inspired modern design and a lively party beat. It has one of the coolest bars in town, and the
guestrooms are amongst the most coveted
addresses for the in-crowd.
Despite being hip and
design-oriented, it's also one of the friendliest,
up-beat hotels we've visited and there's a welcome
emphasis on good service.
Positioned just yards from the ocean, the guest rooms
are eminently comfortable as well as being sleek and
stylish. Each has a double height sleeping area and
novel mezzanine level for additional guests or for
Fittings are of the highest quality and the ethos is
definitely "less is more" (fashion junkies beware - you
only get a short rail and a few hangers to store your
Tulum is still free from
conventional electricity, so there are no TVs or CD
players in the rooms and no air-conditioning or phones
either, but bring your laptop and (incredibly) you can
be in touch with your office using the high speed wi-fi
in the restaurant.