Be Tulum Resort by Sebastian Sas Argentinian architect Sebastian Sas designed the Be Tulum resort in Mexico. . TrendingThis Oversized And Sculptural Wood Throne Was Made From Recycled Pallets Be Tulum Resort by Sebastian Sas Perched on a secluded expanse of the luminous Mayan Caribbean, and surrounded by legendary relics of one of the world’s most ancient cultures, Be Tulum’s comfort and tranquility offer the fast track to its guest’s peace of mind. It is the only fullserviced resort in the area featuring contemporary design resting in perfect harmony within the untouched natural setting. While being a haven of relaxation, the resort is also the place to be for the region’s creative scene. Establishing a community of locals and guests is very important to Argentinean-born Sas brothers – the coowners of the Be Hotel group. Their reputation as Cordoba’s preeminent event organizers becomes evident in the hotel’s celebrated restaurant and in the rooftop bar where like-minded people come together to enjoy the laid-back ambiance. Be Tulum’s twenty spacious suites are housed in five buildings sharing a contemporary, minimalist design mix of local limestone, warm Brazilian wood and bold Bisazza mosaic tiles. Ground floor suites are equipped with a private pool and terrace, while upper floors offer free-standing Jacuzzi tubs and balconies. Two private penthouses feature own terrace pools and treat guests to a breath-taking view of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sian Ka’an, the “birthplace of the sky.” With full-service hospitality, vibrant spaces to see and be seen, and chic, laidback ambiance, Be Tulum is a secret gem hidden on the lush Mayan Riviera. Just Be. Visit the Sas Arquitectos website – here. . . A Dining Area Was Included In The Design Of These Stairsby adminApril 7, 2021Huski Apartmentsby adminApril 7, 2021 Tags: ResortSasSebastianTravelTulum admin Contemporary Modern Architecture Furniture Lighting Interior Design Home & Apartment Indoor & Outdoor Design Decor Ideas You may also like... The Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at Tokyo’s Narita Airport A Pony Wall Becomes A Useful Place To Mount The TV Inside This Apartment This Circular Shaped Home Was Designed To Wrap Around A Central Garden Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.