Wednesday, 30 December 2009
Wednesday, 2 December 2009
Around 700AD the Mayans built Tulum.
It was the last of the great sites built to and used as a key trading position to ship produce up and down the Mexican coast.
Its in a stunning position, and if I were to build a warehouse and office.... I couldnt think of a better vantage point.
The sea is perfect and the sand like sugar.
This hotel in Playa Del Carmen uses simple lighting and a gigantic video wall playing Casablanca on loop throughout the night.
The pool has AWAY FROM YOU spelled out on tiles below, and out of the picture there is a decked bar with cabanas and neon strip lighting.
The hotel group also have a place called Basico two blocks away and one in Mexico City called, The Condessa. All are very habitable.