Seamlessly merges the surrounding natural landscape with the hotels interiors.
So far, Argentine architect Sebastian Sas has unveiled two Be Hotels in Mexico. There is one in lively Playa del Carmen and one in the archaeological nirvana that is Tulum. The latter is particularly striking since an unseemly concrete structure bordering the UNESCO site, Sian Kaan, manages to seamlessly merge the surrounding natural landscape with the hotels interiors. Encompassing five modules of four suites, all 20 of these rooms embrace natural materials that complement the propertys backdrop of sand, gardens, and palm trees. Materials like Brazilian hardwood and Yucatecan limestone emphasize the hotels predilection for the organic. A creamy color palette is amplified by such dreamy features as whirring ceiling fans, alfresco showers, and Jorge Ferrari-Hardoy leather Butterfly chairs. Ample time should be spent among the Mayan herbal baths of Yäan Wellness Energy Spa, but there is no greater perch than the Beach Club and Lounge Bar, which has views of the most spectacular of sunsets.